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Monday, April 7, 2008
And even then I wouldn't really be watching.
Is this a movie or the cover of the NAMBLA recruitment guide? I suspect a lot of weepy father-son bonding. Pass.
I don't like movies about "special" people.
Suspense is one thing, but gore is just lame.
M. Night Shyamalamadingdong hasn't made a good movie since The Sixth Sense, and here he presents a story of an apartment super who finds a fairy living in the pool. As intriguing as that sounds, I'm gonna say no.
I don't like movies about "special" people. Even ones with Ashley Judd.
I don't like movies with crazy people.
Meet my scrotum.
Robin Williams. Clown nose. That's all I need to know.
Notting on your life.
I have a notebook, too. Mine says this movie blows.
Isn't this the movie that gave us "Wind Beneath My Wings"? Did you ever know that I hate Midler? / She's someone that I would like to beat.
After Femme Fatale, I vowed that Brian DePalma would never get another dollar from me as long as I live. I intend to honor that vow.
The only thing more boring than watching golf? Watching movies about golf. Hey, maybe someone will make a movie about watching golf. That would be great.
How about you? What's a movie(s) you'll never watch?
In movies like Elf and on television shows like "Weeds," actress Zooey Deschanel has perfected the art of playing quirky and endearing women. On albums like Post-War and Transfiguration of Vincent, singer-songwriter M. Ward has cornered the market on quirky and endearing rock. So put the two together in a duo called She & Him, and what do you get? One of the flat-out best pop records of the year.
It’s no revelation that Ward knows how to craft a catchy tune; the real surprise here is Deschanel, who turns out to possess one husky, hypnotic singing voice. Aside from dreamy covers of the Beatles (“I Should Have Known Better”) and Smokey Robinson (“You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me”), the record is a tour de force tribute to female pop: From Wall of Sound–era Ronnie Spector rock and roll to Tammy Wynette–style country, there doesn’t seem to be a style that Deschanel can’t channel perfectly.
A supporting player for too long, she’s finally given the spotlight, and she owns every inch of it.
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The first one is creepy. At the end when the dude looks at his watch, he's thinking, "Hmm.. do I have time to run back to the hotel room and rub one out real fast?" Mindspanker is more like it.
Speaking of... this one came from TheMovieGuru.
This one's a classic. Isn't that cheerleader Lori Loughlin from "Full House"?
JumpTheShark.com lets readers vote on when they think TV shows "jumped the shark." What does that mean? They explain:
It's a moment. A defining moment when you know that your favorite television program has reached its peak. That instant that you know from now on...it's all downhill. Some call it the climax. We call it "Jumping the Shark." From that moment on, the program will simply never be the same.
The expression refers to the telltale sign of the demise of Happy Days, when Fonzie actually "jumped the shark" on his motorcycle.
The rest is history.
Here are shark-jumping moments for some shows as voted by the site's readers. In cases where people don't think a show ever jumped -- and there are many -- I also list the top reason chosen by those who do think the show jumped. You can find out about other shows on JumpTheShark.com.
Bewitched: Dick Sargent replaces Dick York as Darren
Cheers: never jumped/Rebecca (Kirstie Alley) replaces Diane (Shelley Long)
The Mary Tyler Moore Show: never jumped/Mary moves apartments
The Cosby Show: (tie) Olivia (Raven-Symone) or Cousin Pam (Erika Alexander) joins the cast
Seinfeld: never jumped/the final episode
M*A*S*H: "Alan Alda's moralizing" (i.e. the entire run of the show)
The Facts Of Life: Beverly Ann (Cloris Leachman) replaces Mrs. Garrett (Charlotte Rae)
Diff'rent Strokes: Sam joins the cast
The Wonder Years: never jumped/Kevin (Fred Savage) hits puberty
Felicity: Felicity (Keri Russell) cuts all her hair off
Charlie's Angels: Sabrina (Kate Jackson) leaves the show after season three
Laverne & Shirley: L & S move to L.A.
Family Ties: Birth of Andy (Brian Bonsall) in season three
I Love Lucy: never jumped/moved to Connecticut
Lost: never jumped/Season 3
Alias: Sydney wakes up in Hong Kong two years later (season three)
Moonlighting: Dave (Bruce Willis) and Maddie (Cybill Shepherd) sleep together
The Simpsons: never jumped/Homer gets really, really stupid
ThirtySomething: never jumped/the death of Gary (Peter Horton)
Growing Pains: Chrissy (Ashley Johnson) born in season four
Full House: never jumped/birth of twins Nicky & Alex in season five
ER: The death of Dr. Greene (Anthony Edwards) (who they are now talking about bringing back. Can't wait to see how they pull that off. Actually, I can wait.)
Family Matters: Urkel turns into alter-ego Stefan Urquelle
The West Wing: never jumped/creators Aaron Sorkin & Thomas Schlamme leave the show at the end of season four
That Girl: never jumped/Ann (Marlo Thomas) & Donald get married
Scooby-Doo: Scrappy-Doo joins the cast
Magnum, P.I.: never jumped/death of Magnum (yep, that will do it)
South Park: never jumped/From day one
The Love Boat: (tie) Ace (Ted McGinley) or Vicki (Jill Whelan) joins the cast
King Of The Hill: never jumped/Lucky (Tom Petty) becomes a regular character
All In The Family: Gloria, Meathead and their son move out
Miami Vice: never jumped/Crockett marries Sheena Easton
The X-Files: Mulder (David Duchovny) leaves the show