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Pumpkin Up the Volume.
I’m Team Rococo.
Heavy-handed dialogue, couched in “dude talk” so maybe this feels more daring than it is? If Louie CK wasn’t in this clip, no one would give it a second thought.
That is the most convenient explanation since Tom Cruise novelty-danced his way to a “spontaneous” movie deal.
“Written by” is a term they are using LOOSELY. (“He walks to the bed. He slightly frowns. A Phoenix song plays.” REPEAT FOR TWO HOURS)
Does anyone else suspect that this deal was in place already, and some fresh young thing at the PR agency said: “Wait until the MTV movie awards to say: ‘Hey, who WOULDN’T love a movie about this?” .
Otherwise, this seems to be the FASTEST OF FAST-TRACKS.
Goodbye, Hater! We’ll miss your sub-par version of Videogum!
In pop culture, “Self-aware” is starting to become “Self-hating”.
I have had to call 911, and yes, that is basically what it sounds like. I don’t know if it’s “bored” as much as “can never sound panicked”.
“This is heavy.”
Finally, a reaction to Crispin Glover’s “Clowny Clown” video.
P.S. Look at the drivers hands. These are late middle-aged women hands. I don’t know why that freaks me out.
Who’s gonna put on the Bea Arthur dress?
I know we all love and cherish the classic dialogue from the first TRON, (I have a TRON quote-a-day calendar) but I saw this preview before Alice and Wonderland last night, and this is a masterful piece of writing compared to that cruddy fan fiction.
I think I know who’s getting comment of the weeeeeek!
They shot this on the Terminator 2 set in off-hours.
Kissing Jessica Holstein.
On A Clear Day, You Can Guernsey Forever.
Nope, still looks awful.
I have a lot of ugh in my heart over “I Heart Huckabees”.
The baby was heard crying, but I think that it’s the nanny’s work at this point.
Let me first say that I love this show, it’s wonderful, et. al.
But does this show go a little too deep into the idea that “All married couples are balls of deep-buried repression and hate” and that the single women that Don meets (and bangs) are free-wheeling sirens? I mean, THE SIXTIES, I get it, but is it a little thick?
That aside, my favorite stray parts:
-The date bread that Don wraps in a napkin, and takes to work.
-Paul playing at being “Mr. Progressive”, and then yelling at Peggy’s vagina.
-Paul’s spooge towel.
-The fact that Lois will apparently never be fired, even after being a total incompetent. Especially at not chopping off workers limbs.
I feel relief knowing that the first of the “gimmick” commenters has been ousted. This isn’t “Family Matters”, where you will out-shine the star as some break-out asshole. Just NORMAL asshole, amIright, people???
Something tells me this ain’t right.