Gwen Ihnat
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Gwen Ihnat is the Editorial Coordinator for The A.V. Club.
Jul 9
5

“You must have heard of Hamlet.” “Well, I meet so many people.”

Jul 8
6

I LOVE Stage Door, but if you like that, you’ll probably also like this a lot. It’s like the rich people version of that movie.

Jul 1
6

The most prolific of the Shea brothers: the other two voiced Linus in several Peanuts cartoons.

Jul 1
15

Borgnine: “Look, kid, do you know how thick one inch of steel is?” Hackman: “That’s one inch less than two inches.” Yet another great hilarious head-scratcher line of dialogue in this movie.

Jul 1
2

Exactly right. I think I remember a scene where this nice lady (the one who’s been hanging around with Fred Astaire) helps a child, so OJ Simpson or someone says that she should get to ride down in the glass elevator. Which of course then crashes and burns. Her cat somehow survives though. Makes no sense!

Jun 11
11

Yeah, but Ruffalo’s getting older! He just needs to scruff up a little. Also, slouch a lot. The right trenchcoat could work wonders.

But yes, I would also love to see Lyonne in the role. She’d have a constant cigarette instead of a cigar, but she’d also have the “just one more thing” bit down pat.

Jun 11
25

I am 95% against a Columbo reboot, with that 5% possibly reserved for a Ruffalo version

Jun 2
3

I like where your head is at, but:

RISE OF The Valley Of The Dolls

May 27
12

Exactly. It’s the double-whammy of those two scenes that’s so devastating for parents. I think it’s the closest I’ve come in the movie theater to actual keening.

May 27
40

My kids were five when we saw TS3 in the theater, and I sobbed so much at the ending even my kindergartners were like, “Geez, Mom, get it together.”

May 13
11

She shows up in the bachelorette karaoke bar scene. From what people are saying, you get different scenes playing through again even if you choose the same options, so good luck! (I get it, as much as I love this show, Mimi Kanassis may be my favorite part)

May 7
5

What a lovely story, shreeder: Thanks for sharing, and please give our best to your grandma.