This might be the biggest dog on earth. He is currently fighting for the title. He is 7 feet long, sleeps alone on a queen-sized bed, and consumes 110 lbs of food in a month. I love him.
And now, I would like to present the last video from The Cure in which Robert Smith is a viable sex object.
The 13th from Wild Mood Swings
What on earth happened to Seann William Scott’s face?
This is an old interview, but I still kinda love it.
Megan Fox was 12 when the movie Office Space came out, but she told an MTV reporter that “My friends and I were really obsessed with that movie and — because we were annoying and ridiculous when we were in seventh grade — we would just write quotes from the movie on notes and pass them back and forth in class and laugh hysterically every time we opened the note and passed it back.”
The reporter, also an Office Space lover, decided to keep going with the theme, and here’s the transcription:
Reporter: “You have a lot of flair!”
Megan Fox: “I have a lot of flair?”
Reporter: “It’s a line from Office Space… YOU ARE A POSEUR! You’ve never seen Office Space!”
Megan Fox: “No, I’m not a poseur! I took you seriously.”
Check out the video here. Hilarious.
I’m become a little obsessed with the movie Remember Me. If you aren’t aware, it’s the first non-Twilight movie starring Robert Pattinson, he of the glowering silence.
First, let’s discuss the trailer.
Oh Pattinson. Since I’ve never really seen you speak, I can’t tell if it’s how you normally speak or if it’s your struggle to use an American accent that causes you to talk as if you’re trying to keep your massive teeth from falling out of your head. Because they are massive, and they do threaten your entire mouth.
The movie appears to be about a rough trade, stuck in a rut guy who is taught how to live by a Manic Pixie Dream Girl (What, dessert first? How charming and spontaneous!!!), in this case, Claire from Lost. I am so constantly annoyed by the Manic Pixie Dream Girl as a lazy plot device, and here are two great articles about the phenomenon. You know the type: she’s quirky and cute and exists only to help our hero wake up and live life fully. She has no personality of her own and is just a collection of quirks. She is often Natalie Portman.
But not only is the plot hack, the dialogue is too. Here are a few of the lines from the trailer:
- “I don’t date sociology majors.” “Lucky for you I am undecided.” “About what?” “…..everything.”
- “You’re a little bit lost, aren’t you?” “You think you know me, you don’t.”
- “I don’t want to be bailed out of anything!!!” (best when yelled at your father)
So fine, it’s a hack love story. But it’s sooooo much more than that. Jump if you want spoilers, and ONLY if you want spoilers.
…for not blogging much the past two days. I’m back late tonight, I swear.
His name is Basil.
Every girl has had at least one Jordan Catalano in their lives. He is the epitome of every stupid, sensitive, guitar playing, reckless with your feelings, guileless-eyed after telling you he made out with your best friend and “I don’t see what the big deal is” motherfucker on this planet. The kind of guy that even as he’s dumping you because you’re too good for him, and you’re wondering what kind of stupid sense that makes, you can’t help but notice how pretty his eyes are, and then you believe him. The only thing better than being infatuated with a Jordan Catalano is the feeling of elation once you are finally over a Jordan Catalano, WHICH YOU DID WHEN YOU DANCED TO BLISTER IN THE SUN IN YOUR ROOM SO DON’T EVEN THINK OF GOING BACK, ANGELA.