• What would Nic Cage’s babies look like if he mated with a bunch of different people and things? Dave Stopera asks the important questions. My favorite: Nic Cage & A Furby! -BuzzFeed
  • Dustin Hoffman talks to Fresh Air‘s Terry Gross -NPR
  • Kathryn Bigelow addresses torture scenes in Zero Dark Thirty -TheWeek
  • A sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine? Noooooooooo! -/Film
  • Will you cry at Les Misérables? A Flowchart -BlameItOnTheVoices
  • The Best Frisbee Death Scene In American Cinema -HyperVocal
  • Val Kilmer’s Goal Is To Become His Generation’s Preeminent Mark Twain Impersonator: Sounds like an attainable goal. -FilmDrunk
  • Conrad Bain, aka Mr. Drummond from Diff’rent Strokes, has passed away! I was surprised to hear he was still living, but it turns out he’s one of those people who has been old for my entire life and just got VERY old recently. Like my great uncles or Betty White! #RIP Mr. Drummond, teaching important life lessons to the angels. -Dlisted


Comments (9)
  1. Nic Cage Furby could be the sequel to Gangy.

  2. Am I the only one in the whole entire world who thought Hot Tub Time Machine was great? I loved it!

    • I watched it in a theater with a ton of people and some booze in my system and thought it was hilarious. Then I watched it alone in my apartment, sober, and realized it was actually pretty misogynistic and upsetting.

    • It was great! I remember it was negatively compared to the first Hangover at the time, but HTTM deserved all the praise that that movie got instead. The similarities of them being irresponsible man-children on an R-rated vacation ended the moment Time Machine showed there were actual consequences to their actions (which, duh, it’s a time travel comedy, that would have been very hard to avoid.)

      Also, funny. Also, Lizzy Caplan.

    • That whole end part where Rob Corddry is the lead singer of ‘Motley Lou’ is one of my favorite things of all time.

    • Hot Tub Time Machine is one of my all time favorite movies. The only part that bothers me is the logic used in the end when they return to the future but Rob Corddry stayed in the past. Why did their lives change without them remembering anything? Etc. etc. I just pretend the return trip gave them amnesia of some sort to calm myself down.

      Doesn’t bother me as much as thinking about how the Cars world works though, thankfully.

  3. So sad about Mr. Drummond. A lot of memories of saturday nights as a kid were watching this and The Facts of Life with my granmda (may she RIP). It made me think of her. I pass by the building they shot for the exterior (it’s on the UES) and I even get misty eyed then. RIP Mr. Drummond! You were the best rich man ever! I bet you’d pay your fair share of taxes!

  4. One might even say that it’s the Ultimate Frisbee death.


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