I love Amy Poehler. Whenever she and Tina Fey are together, it’s like a collision of amazing.
Well, I can die and go to Hell now.
Paul Rudd made the globe even MORE attractive than it already is.
Man, I even live in Atlanta and the fact that it’s premiering here brings the lulz.
This movie makes me glad I was watching The Matrix when I was 12. I skipped over the pathetic stage.
I’m pretty sure the end is near, seeing as my 50-year-old, nerdy history teacher referenced this in class today. God help us all.
Good God, between this and my friend comparing homosexuality to bestiality, I’ve had my fair share of homophobia today. I’m not even in the mood to crack a joke, so simply:
Fuck you. If you think there’s any possible way that the two gay guys down the hall getting married affects your own (probably failing, since you’re obviously an asshole) marriage, then shut the fuck up. What’s next? Stopping those darn ‘coloreds’ from infecting the all-supreme white race? Grow up, you Nazis. Change is coming and I can’t wait till you’re in the dust.
Yes, because it’s not like they released a movie sequel to the show last summer that turned out to be a bigger hit than originally thought. Obviously, the joke is untimely.
With the all-white outfits and the “pure humen vocals,” it’s like the world’s most bizarre Klan meeting ever.
Agreed about the Astronaut Jones theme. That is the best.
Also, Kristin Wiig is not funny. Facts of life.
I’m pretty sure this is a joke, considering he did something like this where he got “fired” from the set of Knocked Up.
Either way, I’m still pissed about the AD movie, but he’s kind of adorable (yes, I am a 12 year old girl), so it’s a struggle.
I am so proud of the denizens of my hometown.
Damn, it’s cold!
Eh, I disagree that the “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” use was inspired. As soon as the song started up, I knew they’d end up carrying the Statue of Liberty.
The whole movie was so obvious, it was painful. Sadly, all of my friends say that these versions of the songs are so. much. better. than when the Beatles did them, which make me so, so sad. I don’t even like the Beatles that much anymore, but that statement is probably a 500 on a scale of 10 in terms of ridiculousness. I’m getting new friends.
Definitely my favorite episode out of the past few. Liz/Jack is the driving factor in the show (though I *love* everyone else – this whole show is basically amazing) and the past few weeks, with more of a focus on Jack and the ridiculous Salma Hayek, have really missed out on the relationship.
Also, when I saw the picture’s caption, it made me think of Gob at the Christmas party in “Afternoon Delight” on Arrested Development (of course). “Everybody dance… NAOW.”
I remember when I watched this a while ago and actually not minding it that much (although that dinner scene was still insanely painful, minus SC’s corn line, because, what the hell, who is cliched enough to actually use that BS metaphor?), but oh my God, out of context, those clips were some of the worst things I’ve ever seen, ever. Le blurg.
As for the worst movie? The third Pirates of the Caribbean movie was so bad, I almost fell asleep in the theater. Taxi was also abysmal, but what can you expect from Jimmy Fallon?