• Movieline did a “Bad Movies We Love” feature about New York Minute! More like “classic movies we love that we all saw in theaters.” Remember when Mary Kate’s band played “Suffragette City” at the end? Hahah. Very bad! It sounded very bad. -Movieline
  • Maria Bamford made a very funny video about books that she bought at Powells. She’s great, you should watch it right now. -RatsOff
  • This dog video didn’t make it into the countdown because it didn’t end the way I wanted it to, but it still certainly deserves SOME kind of recognition. In it, a dog tries to get through two close together trees with a long stick in its mouth. Good try, dog! -TheDailyWhat
  • FilmDrunk had an excellent idea for revamping the cast of the movie New Year’s Eve. -FilmDrunk
  • Scarlett Johansson continues to date men like a SLUT! JK. It makes sense that Scarlett Johansson is dating men because she is young and single and beautiful and talented and she probably has a ton of money. Her life is probably very cool. -TheSuperficial
  • Speaking of dating, Ryan still seems to be dating Eva Mendes, whoever that even IS. JK again, I know who it is. -JustJared
  • You know Ivy from Gossip Girl? I somehow am blanking on her fake name on Gossip Girl but her real name is Ivy. Do you think we’re supposed to hate her? I don’t know. I definitely hated her last season but this season she seems too sad? Or something? Guys hello? Anyway in real life she has two engagement rings, so whatever. -Celebuzz
  • Salon is talking about Kevin Smith’s Red State and his attempt at remodling his movie career. Has anyone seen Red State? I kind of want to see it for some reason? I’m not going to because if you don’t believe in something you’ll fall for anything (correct) and I believe that I hate Kevin Smith, but I kind of what to? -Salon
  • Vulture interviewed Jeremy Sisto about his show Suburgatory that I didn’t know he was on! Jeremy Sisto is great. “TAI?!” -Jeremy Sisto in Clueless voice. -Vulture
Comments (9)
  1. My friends just watched Red State and said that it was the worst movie that they’d ever seen. “There were some cool moments, but the long, too-clever-Kevin-Smith-monologues were apparently so jarring for a horror movie that it ruined everything,”–my friends.

    • Your friends either love hyperbole or haven’t seen very many movies. I saw Red State and it wasn’t the worst movie I’ve ever seen. It wasn’t the best either. It was just an average movie that I wouldn’t dissuade anyone from watching. I enjoyed it more than most of the blockbuster movies that come out. I thought John Goodman and Stephen Root did really good jobs and liked their characters a lot.

      As for the whole Kevin Smith monologue thing, I’m not sure what they are referring to. It’s actually very lacking in dialogue for a Kevin Smith film and the few long speeches fit well in the plot (i.e. the preacher performing his sermon or John Goodman testifying for the court).

    • Red State is streaming on Netflix, if you haven’t thrown your Netflix into a fire by now.

      I really liked it. As someone with a lot of experience in churches I was really struck by how close to what I’ve seen much of the preaching and dialogue was. It’s just a difference of degree sometimes, and that was really convicting to see how easily religion can be used to spread hate.

      Also, I know it’s being considered a horror movie, but don’t expect it to be scary. It’s more of a social commentary movie in the form of a horrorish-action movie.

      I really liked it.

  2. Suburgatory is great! Watch Suburgatory, Kelly Belly!

  3. I see what you mean about the dog with the stick. I was kinda hoping he would get through the trees and stab the camera guy with it. What a jerk!

  4. I loved the Maria Bamford video. She’s hilarious and awesome.

  5. I know that Kelly is in love with Ryan Gosling, but that won’t stop me from saying that I LOVE YOU KELLY PLEASE MARRY ME. I will start off by saying I am not nearly as good looking as Ryan Gosling (who is?), but I am probably what is considered average. Or at least that’s what I tell myself. But I’m clean, I make good money, I am near your age (a little younger, hopefully not a dealbreaker), and I swear I’m fun to talk to. Or at least that’s what I tell myself. Please be mine Kelly.

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