joffrey is not impressed by your request.
The fact that Gabe continued to refer to him as David O’Russell, not David O. Russell, made him more loveable in my eyes and therefore less guilty.
Guys, I think you missed the obvious…
More like David NO Russell!!!!
If Mac and Cheese is a black thing, Paula Deen is my Malcolm X.
douche recognize douche.
i fall into the did not like camp. i felt the whole thing was masturbatory. from the play within a play stuff and the burning house to the over 2 hour running time it all seemed way too self indulgent. having said that, i am really looking forward to frank or francis, which is basically about what i’m doing now.
i really hope they meet back by 9:30. i mean they made it their beeswax to.
i’m totally claiming mayor of stars hollow right now!
gotta love a good jon hamm-eo.
upvoting because i sent it in as well and i assume it was from my tip.
The King’s Speech
Colin Firth–The King’s Speech
Natalie Portman–Black Swan
Best Supporting Actor
Christian Bale–The Fighter
Best Supporting Actress
Melissa Leo–The Fighter
David Fincher–The Social Network
Best Original Screenplay
The Kids Are All Right
Best Adapted Screenplay
The Social Network
Best Foreign Film
Best Animated Film
Toy Story 3
Robert Stromberg (Production Design); Karen O’Hara (Set Decoration)-Alice in Wonderland
Roger Deakins-True Grit
Sandy Powell-The Tempest
Jon Harris-127 Hours
Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter F. Kurland-True Grit
Paul Franklin, Chris Corbould, Andrew Lockley and Peter Bebb-Inception
it’s clear that he-man does not support the legalization of marriage between an arch enemy and his feline “companion”.
as fun (relatively speaking) as this ep was, it made me think of when january jones hosted. remember that guys!?! YEESH!
shy ronnie is not impressed.
so i’m considering pitching a reality show starring balloon boy and hiccup girl titled, “don’t burst my bubble (with that gun you were going to shoot me with)”. thoughts?
also it seems that the digital shorts are, dare i say it, too weird (aka not funny?)? all in all though it seems like samberg is barely a cast member anymore.
and the french kids sketch made me uncomfortable. like i should be getting what this is making fun of but i’m not. oh well.
needless to say, Titanic II is going to make Titanic look like the actual Titanic.
as videogum’s expert on being black, i will say this. the thought of a crime such as the one jeremy alleges was done to him sounds more believable when the criminals are black. similar to years ago when susan smith drove her two kids into a body of water and blamed it on a general description of a black guy. in their minds, the obvious response to this would be “of course it happened, a crazy black guy did it!” that inherent thought, does, in my opinion, make them racist.
I think we can all assume that the reason Gabe wasn’t able to watch TNTV was because he was OBVIOUSLY at the NFL Draft cheering on his favorite sportsball team.
This episode clearly built the way for the newest LOST spin off starring Desmond and Charlie called, “Get Him to the Looking Glass Station”
i’m not trying to sound like ass dan up in here or anything (ahhh yeah!) but did anyone else notice martin/dateline clearly messed up one of the icp lyrics in the beginning? on the screen it says “from doom and either way bass boom” and any well respecting member of team juggalo who hasn’t lost his hearing from constant faygo showers should know it says “from doom to 808 bass boom”.
in honor of my respect and overall man-love for roger ebert, i’m going with his picks:
best picture: hurt locker
leading actor: jeff bridges
leading actress: sandra bullock
supporting actor: christoph waltz
supporting actress: mo’nique
director: kathryn bigelow
original screenplay: quentin tarantino (inglorious basterds)
adapted screenplay: jason reitman and the other dude (up in the air)
animated film: up
original song: the weary heart (crazy heart theme) by jeff bridges et al.
original score: up
art direction: avatar
costume design: coco before chanel
documentary (feature): the cove
documentary (short): the last truck
editing: the hurt locker
foreign language film: the white ribbon
makeup: star trek
animated (short): a matter of loaf and death
live action short: kavi
sound editing: inglorious basterds
sound mixing: star trek
visual effects: avatar
“Hey Piv, I tried that Mercury poisoning line with Hilary and it worked like gangbusters! Next stop Miami with Diddy and Snooki!!!”
What I still don’t get is that how a person, a so called MAN, who screwed over two men (Letterman and Carson) to get where he wants can still come groveling back to the network that fired him, TWICE. And then come crawling back for his own selfish, egotistical, “every-man persona” needs. FOR SHAME JAY, FOR SHAME.