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Ah, true facts. You could see the eyelash glue all over Lindsay Lohan’s eyelids in their Dieter black turtleneck scenes.
Salon’s review of Liz and Dick had the best take down of The Lohan As A Lost National Treasure argument — she was a serviceable child actor, but acting out adult emotions is not Lindsay’s strong suit, duhs. http://www.salon.com/2012/11/20/whos_afraid_of_elizabeth_taylor/
I love 2 Days in Paris, so I don’t get why this has to be an almost scene by scene recreation, subbing out Adam Goldberg and bringing in Chris Rock.
Whatever, I’ll watch it as long as it features her fat cat again:
“I gave you a digital baby.”
What, wrong Jeff Bridges movie?
I see Mr. 3000, but my mind immediately goes to Tom Selleck’s Mr. Baseball, which:
I will second “Life as a House” until my last terminally ill, house-building, Guster-soundtracked breath. Even more so for the scene when Kevin Kline turns an armoire into a toilet.