raindogiswaiting
Rain Dog Awaits
raindogiswaiting
Nov 3 2015
10

I could swear to you that I read something about Derek Zoolander being loooooooosely based on Tom Cruise. The doofusness, the recruitment, etc. I can’t find it and the google is giving me no love (aside from a review that calls it “Ben Stiller’s Tom Cruise impression). But I could swear I read that somewhere. Read more

Nov 3 2015
4

I think we watched the same video of “Scenes that were mistakes but stayed in the movie”! I thought that was really funny!

Nov 3 2015
80

off topic but i just learned that the scene where ZL asks David Duchovny, “but why male models?” and DD has a long exposition, after which, Ben Stiller forgot his line, so he just said, “but why male models?” again, which is amazing, but DD’s improvised reaction was so deprecating and spot on it made it in the movie.

Nov 3 2015
25

Jennifer’s parents are scientologists, but she has managed to walk the line between not being one herself and still getting invited to all of the parties. She must have some next level self-control.

Nov 3 2015
183

You know how Mugatu and his shadowy kabal of fashion designers recruit Derek to be their agent of evil in Zoolander because Derek’s natural stupidity and immaturity (which is only made worse by the fact that his chosen industry caters to his ego) renders him the perfect puppet? That’s what I feel Tom Cruise is like Read more

Nov 3 2015
54

I like that Jennifer is kind of exactly how I thought/hoped she would be.

Nov 3 2015
192

The best part of this is that Jennifer Lopez and Leah Remini are still tight so she must have approved her quotes being used in this book—or they’re tight enough that Remini knew it wouldn’t ultimately matter.

Nov 1 2015
5

People just love to rain on parades don't let them bother you! I loved your story and believe you

Nov 1 2015
1

Let's just say all stories about animal ghosts are true because they're like the best things ever

Nov 1 2015
18

It’s projecting their own strategic utter belief in what they say. Expressing a complete and utter belief in a particular interpreation of the moment, or of a goal, if coupled with decent communicative ability, is contagious; so much of the human experience really just consists of shared interpretations of reality, Read more

Oct 31 2015
7

That's just how sociopaths/psychopaths are they can just get people to go along with them. It was bizarre honestly to see it because my fiancé is tough dude and he was ANGRY ANGRY ANGRY and was scared of Tim. it was bizarre he just kind of locked eyes with him and went on and on saying things about their history and Read more

Oct 31 2015
19

God, the Tim story was the creepiest and so reminded me of an old college friend who would pull the same shit. He was overly possessive of my boyfriend, whom I introduced him too. He would say and do really fucked up things to me when my boyfriend was out of the room. He would be the classic nice guy to everybody. All Read more

Oct 31 2015
36

It's so scary he was so good at it and then you just realized everything was a gigantic lie. I mean I'm glad we caught on because I'm sure if we didn't find out that time we would have either been implicated in a crime or ended up even more fucked over than we did. Which would be close to impossible

Oct 31 2015
66

Most sociopaths seem to be good at pretending to be people until they slip up.

Oct 31 2015
13

Agreed. Have noticed that a lot of the winners over the years are not just spooky, they are well-written. But the Gacy story seemed like fiction from the first sentence.