@DavidHarley I have “Mickey Mouse Disco” on CD, replacing the well-worn vinyl copy we listened to constantly as children.
Archive for November 20th, 2009
If you’ve seen it and honestly don’t like it, fine. If you haven’t even seen it, shut up. This applies to most things.
If I were an ignorant, simple-minded a-hole, I probably wouldn’t advertise that fact on a billboard. http://bit.ly/7vDKQ8
Hilarious hatemonger Chris Buttars says something fantastic at around 1:15 in this video. http://bit.ly/5o2pLW
Ever hear the rumor (started by her) that Sharon Stone was in Mensa? Did you know it isn’t true? http://bit.ly/10TJN2 #themoreyouknow
@donrlewis22 But 2000-2010 covers eleven years, not ten. DO I HAVE TO EXPLAIN EVERYTHING??
In “OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!” news, the “Twilight” sequel “Dracula Vs. the Wolfman” arrived in theaters at midnight and has already earned $2.1 trillion. It feels like a middle chapter, with too much gearing up for later sequels and not enough real action in the here and now. On the other hand: hunky shirtless jailbait werewolves (which sounds like a spam subject line).
Meanwhile, Sandra Bullock almost redeems herself from “All About Steve” with “The Blind Side” (review at Film.com), a surprisingly good, surprisingly non-manipulative inspiring drama about a rich white family helping a giant poor black teenager.
The third new release is “Planet 51,” a cartoon where an American astronaut lands on an alien planet and hilarity does not ensue. Boo on this movie. BOO ON IT!
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@donrlewis22 Best of the decade because the ’00s (2000-2009) are ending; best of ’90s covered 1990-1999, etc.
You know you’ve gone off the deep end when you’re accusing the Deseret News of being too liberal. http://bit.ly/44EDem #utah
RT @bmerritt For a movie about calculating silent killers, Ninja Assassins sure looks dumb and loud. <– I’m using that.