Find Me On:
and as it is Statham, so also as Statham is it unto you.
“Orb is horse”
Some just hit the wall harder than others.
Real sports talk:
Watching Roy Halladay pitch now makes me sad. The 2013 version is a shell… watching him pitch up through 2011 used to be thrilling — fastballs with life, explosion. Going 9 innings, striking out 7 or 8. There is no there there anymore.
But when she said, “I’m lying,” she was telling the truth. The mind reels!
I remember the second one coming out and my sister and I (who were both weekly viewers of the show on Sundays and Fridays and where ever else FOX happened to shove the series during its long run) being very excited about it, but I was going to be out of town for opening weekend — so we planned on seeing it when I got back. By the time I got back it was playing in one theater in Jersey that neither of us really wanted to go to… but we said if it was no where else the next week we’d make the journey. The next week it was gone. Not playing within 50 miles of us. Basically – I’m not sure any amount of letters is going to get a third X-FIles movie made. Maybe a Kickstarter? Kickstarters seem to really work well when pushed by nostalgia. Just ask Double Fine.
Jennifer Lawrence’s red carpet emotions render your argument invalid:
I sadly have TV, not HBO (still a relevant joke, I’m sure)… but I will watch the fuck out of this when it makes it to DVD. (It’s not TV, its DVD — nailed it!)
I have the same issue with this controversy. The name of the meme comes from the name of the song, which I assume is an appropriation of the name of this dance… There are so many levels to the accidental appropriation, that I’m not sure that it can be called an appropriation of black culture — it seems to be instead an accidental muddying of the term “Harlem Shake” that might eclipse a piece of black culture. Which, while sad, is not the same to me as say re-recording gospel, rock, and blues music with white performers to sell to the mass market.
I feel a little better that the above Patrick Stewart picture does not contain a photo of his real hair. By the time he made I, Claudius he was totally bald. Totally bald by 20, according to him.
This might be a sort-of spiritual sequel to Punisher: War Zone. The dad is just inspired by that weird time in the 90s or 2000s when Frank Castle was an avenging angel, sent by heaven to punish sinners. Except that the rights lapsed, and somewhere along the line the screenplay was reworked until it was barely recognizable as the third part of the Punisher trilogy.
The fact that Ebert ONLY gave it two tweets… we’re talking a fraction of a percentage point of his daily tweet total. It says a lot about the low quality of this movie.
“Pah-lbumen” – Mark Wahlbegg
A Cadbury Creme Egg
Very good, but it needed more Linda. Also — what happened to Bob? Did I miss what actually happened to Bob?
Kirk was the perfectionist barista last season with the coffee shop that had the line that lasted forever. Now all we need is MORE Kirk.
Maybe they meant The Last Exorcism as in, that previous exorcism…. “the last exorcism we had definitely wasn’t the last one, because here we go again.”
Maybe that’s where everyone is today… floating away into pillow planking serenity.
Is that the one with the guy from Ed playing Santa, guest starring your favorite NFL Quarterbacks?
Likewise, I was reading The Lost Symbol, and my life is a piece of crap.
Well, she is an only child… so according to Judge John Hodgman, Animal Farm would fit as a thematic mirror.
That 30 Rock spoiler also showed up during the NBC Thursday night block, so if you had been actively avoiding it, NBC gave you a big “fuck you,” and passively spoiled it for you anyway since the imagery of the commercial would give it away even if you were fast forwarding on DVR.
And apparently the French urinate on seats in protest of all/most genre films? Is that the implication in that closing statement? “Showing genre films in France is not easy, so we ask that our future spectators please be respectful of the rules of courtesy.”
But they still pay to go see the movies? And theaters still show them? I’m so confused, you guys…. Maybe Huge Ackman can help explain….