This is what I wanted to post but couldn’t find at first!
Die Hard is the most eighties-like eighties movie, even more so than gems like Mannequin. This movie has everything: Alan Rickman using multiple non-British accidents, Bruce Willis not wearing shoes the entire time, Carl Winslow confessing to killing a child…
Indeed, it does, at a company’s Christmas party. And it’s the eighties so there’s a pregnant woman swilling champagne and a businessman snorting coke. I say this sincerely: you guys are gonna love it.
I thought it was Liz Lemon as Princess Leia for a second there.
I find I like Andrew Garfield best in trailers when I’m pretending he’s still playing Eduardo Saverin.
ALSO HI EVERYONE! Haven’t been here in a few months, hope you’re all great, et cetera.
Man looks good.
HI GUYS LET’S GET THIS PARTY STARTED I ATE PIZZA YESTERDAY.
I can tell you guys how he lost that much weight, if you want: he quit eating a billion things and cut back to a much healthier million. Nailed it.
RE Star Wars: Isn’t there kind of nowhere to go but up when it comes to Star Wars prequels? Aren’t people just going to get more bummed with new stories because they won’t be some impossible definition of “good enough”?
I haven’t even read the review yet because I’m too busy getting psyched for reading more 1D fic. … I mean, giggling over Kelly’s. Yeah. That’s what I’m doing.
I think we all have to open ourselves up to the possibility that Mufasa and Sarabi had an open marriage. I’ll show myself out.
Ed Debevic’s in Chicago. And maybe other places.
This will literally never be appropriate but let’s pretend for a second it fits the situation.
In the immortal words of Lizzie McGuire’s Gordo, “You rock. Don’t ever change.”
Did anyone watch this when they were 18 and not hate it? Can we be honest, just for a second here? Asking for a friend.
I fall on the y side in the y/n here. I really like her in An Education, where she’s somehow both endearing and frigid at the same time. Gone Girl is a confusing book (from a moral standpoint–v. fast read, couldn’t stop), but I think Fincher works well with confusing stories and so does she!
Because that line about Aubrey Plaza is a couple rows up from the line about Aaron Paul, I reversed their names. Intriguing word pictures ensued.
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I’ve read a lot of Batman comics (she said, wondering what it all meant), and while some writers are weaker than others, I can’t think of one I like less than Frank Miller. I think both TKDR and Year One are decent stories, but there’s something about their execution I just straight up don’t like. Usually there’s nuance to Batman’s darkness, and I don’t see it in his writing at all.
WELP, The Dark Knight Returns (spoilers for a graphic novel by Frank Miller most people will never read, and that’s totally acceptable, it only appeals to a VERY NICHE audience of those who like and/or tolerate Batman and Frank Miller, and I don’t think that’s very many people!) has the two of them dukin’ it out at the end, both as older men. (Batman’s actually kind of fat in TKDR. It’s weird!) Basically, they have a lot of respect for each other, but they’re fighting and fighting pretty fiercely.
If that’s not frenemies, I don’t know what is.
Yeah, borderline, I’d say so (because I can’t not defend him). The bit about how great Toby Jones’ children are is a little much.
I love that Matt Damon is his hero, too. This is such a sweet little interview that makes him seem a bit more real. Because if there’s anything this guy seems, it’s unreal.
It was my actual husband’s birthday yesterday and it’s my future husband’s birthday today? WHAT A WEEK, GUYS!