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At $250, Zach will record “15 seconds of me saying whatever you want”. Once this gets kicked (to prevent accidentally helping ensure this gets made), can we collectively pitch in $250 to force Zach Braff to apologize to us?
You guys are just upset this news dropped before Videogum made the change to their new brand, “vidz plz biatch”
These fake interviews are getting really elaborate.
It’s true. I wear this female costume to handicap myself.
They get all their religious knowledge from a shared copy of Passion of the Christ on DVD, which nobody realizes is actually a mislabeled copy of 300.
Well he certainly didn’t win any speech delivery competitions.
Boom. Come on, Kelly, serve up some more eleven-year-olds for me to roast.
My mom is pretty wonderful. Just saying guys.
“What is happening?” -Kirk Douglas
“If you are not yet expired, please turn the tape to side B so I can continue to comfort you”
I’m also glad she didn’t end up with anyone in the end, but it raises the question: what exactly was the purpose of her childhood friend, then? I can’t think of one significant thing that he did. Does every plot with the hint of a romance need to throw in a third character now, just to make sure everyone is adequately tortured? Not that they spent any time developing a relationship between any two characters in this movie.
WE HAVE TO GO BACK TO PUNCH ISLAND
And all the grandpas say she’d rather fly, over sky dive
One of the ballerinas played by Carmen Electra will be dressed as an Avatar alien for some reason, and is killed by falling sandbags that turn out to be sacks of money. James Cameron runs on stage and scoops up the bags of money, yelling “I’m the king of the world!” before running off.
There will be a scene where all the characters are disoriented because the movie is in 3D. Also: a staggering amount of 3D boners.
How does one subscribe to your more detailed thoughts on Mad Men? I was into those.
Not even the mom can tell which pieces of shit were her doing.
I just feel bad for the janitor that has to deal with this mess.
Whoa. Whoa whoa, hold the phone, full commenting history? How did I miss that? I feel like 56 pages is low for the amount of time I’ve spent here.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to go try and sell Mans’ entire body of work as a memoir.
Replace Dino with a live-action cat, who will be very large because all the other characters will be animated and thus small.
Let the cat write the episodes.
Well the video’s been removed already, so clearly she didn’t want to get too famous.
Or old SNL alumni #TheRachelDratchelor
And while you’re at it, a daily “Here are some Afternoon Links to Worst Movie of All Time Posts” feature would be nice.
I’m not saying you should do it, I’m just saying it would be nice.
John Waters is gay?
It’s a joke, but this is kind of a good point. People watched the Muppets to ‘feel good’ amidst all the heavy-handed seriousness or plain old bad quality garbage going on around it. We’ve just found a much more efficient way to get our dose of that. The Internet has become the new escape where we can get that instant shot of pleasure from watching a cat video or a two-year old falling down the stairs or whatever, that we might have once got from a show like the Muppets (that was as much slapstick as it was sentimental). It’s just in a format now where every 90 seconds we get to choose what form that entertainment takes. It removes the cultural significance that something like the Muppets had because none of us is watching the same thing, but then we create communities like Videogum to showcase what we’re watching in a way that we can share and enjoy them together, and develop them into our own form of pop culture.
So I guess what I’m trying to say is, we are our Muppets.
Or, if you’re looking for a more long-form equivalent actually related to the medium being discussed, how about Pixar?
Using science, we can extrapolate from this graph to find out what he’ll look like in twenty years:
“Siri, will you teach me how to Dougie?”
“Gabe Goes to
Summer Camp Comic Con” was one of the better episodes.