You could tell they were banking on Palin being in the Republican contest. So it could be a sort of commentary on how she got to where she is.Unfortunately the real Sarah Palin realized the easiest way to milk her star power was to become a Fox bobble-head, much easier than that public-y service-y thing.
I don’t agree about Annie in Bridesmaids. There’s definitely some maturation there in her relationships with Lilian, Helen and that Irish dude.
Haven’t seen Tiny Furniture, so can’t speak to that.
Mavis’ lack of growth, though, was the best thing about Young Adult. The moment towards the end, when she’s talking with Patton Oswalt’s character’s sister, and the sister asks what happened to her shirt. You can see, for a second, Mavis’ facade beginning to crack. It’s a really great moment from Theron, showing a character whose been invulnerable up until now laying her weakness bare, if only for a short time. Then the sister says something about how pretty she is or whatever and she’s pulled back. It’s not just good acting by Theron, it also shows that delusional people got the way they are because of other people insulating them, because they want to feel special too (see the sister asking Mavis to take her to Minneapolis with her.)
Also I’m 23, and I’ve known my two best friends since pre-school.
Can I get some Gifs up in this mother******?