Quality counts for a lot, and Lynch’s movies tend to do great things in terms of atmosphere and a sense of the unknowable. Someone compared them to dreams, and I think that’s a fair analogy. The imagery remains powerful and idiosyncratic in a way that haunts you after you leave the theater. It’s not hard to see why… Read more
You would think the first thing taught at G/O Media’s onboarding would be “How to not get us sued, you idiotic smear merchants” given the corporation’s past.
What is this bullshit? No-one here gives a shit about reality tv.
“GO TO KNOTT’S BERRY FARM YOU PRUDE FUCK!”
Nothing like 13 hours of characters with super strength using it almost exclusively to break padlocks. Endlessly ... on an infinite loop.
The answer is Jack Palance.
Of course I understand the small, pitiful lives of these “heroes” and inane, laughable morality that drives them. It requires no effort from my vastly superior mind and makes my plans to utterly destroy them that much eas— Oh shit, I’m monologuing again...
As long as you’re sitting on the toilet chanting “Where one go, we all go!”.
Let me know when she’s Gabby Hayes big.
It’s the same phenomenon that results in Twitter being over represented in the media because media people are over represented on Twitter.
His staccato, frenetically anti-Spider-Man voice is a menace!
Recognitions is easily one of the most pathetic people on earth. Every single thing he writes is a masterpiece of sanctimony and good old fashioned ignorance.
His early hairdos were a little too wavy for my taste. But when Sports came out in ‘83, I think they really came into their own, stylistically. The whole cut has a clear, crisp shape, and a new sheen of pomade that really gives the hairdo a big boost. He’s been compared to Elvis Costello, but I think Huey has a less… Read more
Joe Don Baker IS Mittens...he’s a cop!
Having fell in love with Fellowship when it was released (and, having started work at a cinema, getting to see it and The Two Towers many times each), I can’t remember being more excited for a film than this one – or having a more emotional reaction to one. From “I can’t carry it for you” onwards I seemed to remember… Read more
I came to second this. I’ve never known a person afflicted with stuttering until just this year when one of my new students in the fall stood up during introductions. This kid has a lot to say and works his ass off, so it infuriates me to no end when other kids snicker behind his back. Empathy is apparently, not… Read more
I think it's also a Cloverfield movie now too.