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 -1Posted on Feb 1st, 2010 | re: It Is 2010, And Yet Somehow The Razzies Still Exist (34 comments)

I don’t care what anyone says, ‘I Know Who Killed Me’ is one of the most entertainingly bad movies I have ever seen. Something about Lindsay Lohan as a paraplegic just screams wish fulfilment.

Also, I would vote Padma Lakshmi as an even worse actress in ‘Glitter.’ I may have just seen this recently on HBO (yes, I hate myself), and anyone who has seen it knows what I’m talking about.

 +1Posted on Jan 6th, 2010 | re: How's Our Driving? (180 comments)

Your icon is the best.

 +1Posted on Jan 5th, 2010 | re: One Michael Cera To Rule Them All (34 comments)

I can’t believe you ref’d Carles

 +4Posted on Jan 4th, 2010 | re: The Videogum Why Don't YOU Caption It? Contest: Michael Cera And JWOWW (101 comments)


 +2Posted on Jan 4th, 2010 | re: Holiday Movie Watching Open Thread (115 comments)

Avatar: The Worst
Fantastic Mr. Fox: CuteFun
Up in the Air: Great
Chicken Hawk: Funny
Funny People: :(

 +6Posted on Dec 29th, 2009 | re: The Best People Of 2009 (73 comments)

LOVE Skins! Skins, The IT Crowd, The Inbetweeners,Nighty Night, Peep Show… they all need a seat at the Videogum table.

 -1Posted on Dec 29th, 2009 | re: The Worst People Of 2009 (118 comments)

From Wikipedia:

“In a 2003 interview, Samantha Geimer said, “Straight up, what he did to me was wrong. But I wish he would return to America so the whole ordeal can be put to rest for both of us.” Furthermore, “I’m sure if he could go back, he wouldn’t do it again. He made a terrible mistake but he’s paid for it.” In 2008, Geimer stated in an interview that she wishes Polanski would be forgiven, “I think he’s sorry, I think he knows it was wrong. I don’t think he’s a danger to society. I don’t think he needs to be locked up forever and no one has ever come out ever ? besides me ? and accused him of anything. It was 30 years ago now. It’s an unpleasant memory … (but) I can live with it.”

Gabe: Yes, what he did was bad, and wrong, and harmful. But if even the girl he raped can find a sliver of compassion for Polanski, maybe you can too? People do terrible things, but people are also able to move past them, pay for them, learn from them, and move on as better human beings. I understand that you want to make a strong moral stance against rape, which is admirable, but the lives of ex-offenders are no picnic, in large part as a result of people who believe they are taking a moral high-ground. If you are going to have compassion for humanity, allow that to encompass even people who do bad, wrong, harmful, and terrible things.

THAT BEING SAID, this does not apply to anyone else on the list. They’re pretty much awful human beings.

I swear I formatted that right…but maybe I missed a comment thread about this from a while back? Downvote, downvote…

I want to learn more about HACKING just so I can upvote this comment ))<>((.

 +2Posted on Dec 8th, 2009 | re: Men Of A Certain Age Is Surprisingly Decent For A Bunch Of Grandpas! (32 comments)

I grew up in Boca Raton. UPVOTE AWAY!

 +4Posted on Dec 8th, 2009 | re: Bloopers Never Die (41 comments)

This was so much funnier than I thought it would be.

 +4Posted on Oct 26th, 2009 | re: The Creepy "Pretty Woman" Guy Is The Roman Polanski Of YouTube? (38 comments)

That’s so sad! Singing creepy songs on YouTube is not a crime!

 0Posted on Oct 9th, 2009 | re: Harry Connick Jr. + Australian Blackface = Eracism (66 comments)

Did I miss something regarding HCJr’s voice??? Why is he talking like that????

 -20Posted on Sep 10th, 2009 | re: Ellen Degeneres's Big Announcement (28 comments)

Not to be all faggygum here, but I have actually watched the last couple seasons of American Idol and I think that Ellen will be pretty entertaining. All the contestants are talentless shells of human beings, so it doesn’t matter if the judges are experts in singing? performing? wearing hideous clothes? I’m not even the biggest Ellen fan or anything, but I think she’ll be fun enough to add some (old) spice (lesbians use Old Spice). Paula’s drug-addled slurs started out fun but ended up a little too much :(

 -1Posted on Sep 8th, 2009 | re: Duh Aficionado Magazine: AIDS ≠ Hitler (44 comments)

Who knew that Hitler had such a HOT ASS?

 -4Posted on Aug 13th, 2009 | re: The CGI Picture Of Dorian Gray 2.0 (73 comments)


 +11Posted on Aug 12th, 2009 | re: Fine, Guy Catches Laptop With His Butt (27 comments)

Another great YouTube comment I just saw:

“gay but LOL?”


 +11Posted on Aug 4th, 2009 | re: The Terrifying New Face Of Suspense (70 comments)

you know what I meant

 -4Posted on Aug 4th, 2009 | re: The Terrifying New Face Of Suspense (70 comments)

LOL ))<>(( LOL

 -12Posted on Jul 24th, 2009 | re: You're Right, This Is My Wedding (69 comments)

That seriously made me want to die

 +1Posted on Jul 17th, 2009 | re: NYC Prep: Oh, Babies, What Have You Done? (25 comments)

good one!

 +5Posted on Jul 15th, 2009 | re: True Blood: Werewolf Bar Mitzvah, Basically (55 comments)

I actually thought that this episode was really self-aware and hilarious! Keep up the funny stuff! The whole preacher’s wife sexy dancing with BBQ? Great. And I think the “hot beef injection” joke was PERFECT because that is EXACTLY what a random guy on a church retreat would say. Whoever wrote this episode knows what True Blood should be: silly.

 +4Posted on Jul 8th, 2009 | re: NYC Prep: Christmas In July (21 comments)

Don’t diss Mary Kay Letourneau

 +7Posted on Jun 24th, 2009 | re: NYC Prep: Get Off My TV Lawn (32 comments)

I have Mean Girls on Blu Ray. Does that make me a Pumba look-alike with lazy eyes too close together?

 +1Posted on Jun 24th, 2009 | re: The Real Housewives Of New Jersey: Season Finale (23 comments)

I love how Danielle’s kids are just standing around in the background completely not phased by the entire spectacle. Have they seen it all before? Do they think it’s funny? Do they realize how fake and scripted it is?