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Amazon has it. That’s a good alternative to supporting a big corporation, right?
“I don’t sing.” – Anna Kendrick
Re: “Wreck-It Ralph”, I’m calling it out – looks like they managed to make a 50/50 hybrid of “Toy Story” and “Monsters Inc”, where product placement can pass for “cameos” or “callbacks”. It still looks funny, I just wish it didn’t seem so cynical. #Grinch
Um, hello: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPVdSqLY8Mk
“Karmin: her hair is a hat and her shirt is a bra.” – Ad campaign, probably
Buble earned major points with me when I found out (via Julie Klausner’s podcast) that his holiday album features a version of “Santa Baby”, only he renamed it “Santa Buddy”. It is still pretty flirty.
I heard they bought a zoo together.
My parents told me he went to live on a farm.
Come on, this has way more subtlety than “Black Swan”.
My favorite recent example of this was “The Roommate”, which featured Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet, and Aly Michalka. The poster doubles as an eye exam chart.
(Wait, anything with letters can double as an eye exam chart. Origins of Lacrosse, DIY vision screening… we’re learning so much here today!)
Working title: “Poe No He Didn’t!”
BRB, I have to go steal a latex mask to disguise myself from literally no one while still wearing my identifiable, signature jacket.
Also, I would like to express some sincere affection for the energetic dance number at the start of every episode of “Blossom”. Filmed cast dance parties should be mandatory regardless of subject matter. A real missed opportunity, cast of “Oz”.
“Blansky’s Beauties”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3QANyOPrEs America loves and misses you, Blackjack! Let’s get a comeback vehicle for Blackjack.
I can’t wait to snarky snark at that funky lunch.
My other idea is to cast Lucille Bluth and Emily “Grandma” Gilmore in anything together. Literally anything.
I think they should have had a spin-off where Paris decides that she needs more life experiences before she can run for office, so she impulsively buys a cruise ship. Michel and Sookie are her two head staff members and they just sail around “Love Boat” style and have wacky adventures with guest star passengers. Also, they get shipwrecked like twice a season.
It’s on Hulu, and it’s an absolutely riveting train wreck. Worth watching just for the worst example of “sitcom character has a friggin’ enormous apartment” I can think of. I don’t care if you’re playing a powerful editor, Parker Posey, you basically live in a converted gymnasium.
Make it happen, Hollywood.
Best movie of all time.
Whoops, that was supposed to be a reply to Patrick M above. See, even with a full size keyboard I can’t manage the internet.
Wait, not to reopen an old fight, but was that really the problem? Another reason I love still having my regular ol’ DumbPhone.
“What the Bleep do we Know” is way bad, but it’s more suited for “The Hunt for the Worst Feature Length Infomercial of All Time”.
It was super uncomfortable taking a friend to see this movie because I remembered actually liking to the book. First rule of adaptation: some things seem less alarming in writing than they do when actually acted out by people. For example, poop stuff. Now I know!