But of course.
From Brynholio, second cousin to Cornholio.
Monday, March 2, 2009
I guess $10 doesn't go quite as far as it used to.
That's one limber unicorn. Its father must be Pokey.
I miss my old dead iPod, too, but I doubt it's in Heaven.
So what's your point?
I'm guessing she got the tat after getting knocked up.
I can't tell if that's three cars or one car stretched across three fat rolls.
Q: How do you know when you're too old for My Little Pony?
A: You have to cover your breast to show the tattoo.
Kansas U. basketball. She couldn't just buy a t-shirt?
Not everyone loves Raymond after all.
In my dreams there are no panties.
I never could win that stupid Life game, either. But I got over it.
She asked for Dragon Ball. She got dragon balls. Big ones.
That's one way to have good posture.
The ever-popular "Elf and Naked Woman Collect Leaves Under A Cat Sun" tattoo.
I've heard of guys naming their hands, but never women.
How thoughtful of her to give her man something to read while he's back there.
I "beleive" you should ask for a refund.
I guess she intends to be pregnant a lot in the coming years.
Funny, my power-up button is somewhere else.
I believe you.
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From EW.com, and I don't agree with several of these. Sandler's and Martin's were intentionally bad, Gibson's and Ford's didn't bother me, and Simpson and Elizabeth brought other things to the table.
On the other hand, Costner, Van Dyke and Rooney -- die! I saw Costner's Robin Hood in the theater (back when I didn't care what movies I spent money on) and I remember people laughing every time he spoke.
Miss Conception (2008)
Heather Graham with a British accent? Can you say Miss Take? There's a reason the trailer features the actress speaking only five lines (four of which are less than six words long).
Alexander ''huh?'' moment No. 1: Colin Farrell with blond hair?
Alexander ''huh?'' moment No. 2: Angelina Jolie as Farrell's mother?
Alexander ''huh?'' moment No. 3: Wait, does Jolie's character actually want to sleep with her son?
Alexander ''huh?'' moment No. 4: What's up with Jolie's strange, purring drawl?
Alexander ''huh?'' moment No. 5: Why did we see this again?
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)
If Kevin Costner was too short on time to polish his English accent, as he claims in the DVD commentary, he shouldn't have put his sad effort on the big screen. But he did (kind of). His accent in the 1991 film faded in and out more times than a Waterworld moviegoer. There was, however, one upside to his bizarre inflection in the film — it spawned Cary Elwes' famous line in Mel Brooks' 1993 spoof, Robin Hood: Men in Tights: ''Unlike some other Robin Hoods, I can speak with an English accent.''
The Devil's Own (1997)
Sorry, what? Did you say something? Brad Pitt — in his prime, Sexiest Man Alive years — wasn't believable as a suave Irish terrorist? Hmm…somehow we were too distracted to notice. (This movie sucked. -C)
The Pink Panther (2006)
True, Steve Martin's over-the-top French accent increased the funny factor of the flawed 2006 remake, but we can't let him off too easy, as we'd be hard-pressed to find a Frenchman would twist the pronunciation of hamburger into damburgen.
Far and Away (1992)
It may be too soon to say this for certain, but the only good thing about the upcoming Valkyrie might be that the Germany-based film will allow audiences to forget about Tom Cruise's second worst attempt at a foreign dialect, playing Irishman Joseph Donnelly opposite Nicole Kidman in Ron Howard's off-key immigrant song.
Whoa, Keanu. After mangling a British accent in Francis Ford Coppola's Dracula redux, you chose to give it another try in 1993's Much Ado About Nothing? Stick to kung fu, bruh. (Keanu was the least of this movie's problems. I still want my three hours back.- C)
The Dukes of Hazzard (2005)
It's fairly obvious there were two key reasons why Jessica Simpson was cast as Daisy Duke in the 2005 comedy, but after seeing the film, we know one of those reasons was definitely not her less-than-convincing Southern twang. But Simpson was recognized for her work with two award nominations — at the 26th annual Razzies.
The Waterboy (1998)
Our mamas told us we shouldn't see this poorly received football comedy. Too bad we didn't listen: We'd rather eat an alligator than watch Adam Sandler attempt a Louisiana accent again.
Aussie Mel Gibson's Scottish intonation in this Oscar-winning picture was so ineffectual, native Scots voted it one of the worst of all time in a survey conducted by film memorabilia website www.AsWornIn.com.
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)
Harrison Ford + bad Russian accent + $100 million budget action flick = $35 million total domestic gross. 'Nuff said. (I remember asking my wife if she wanted to go see this, and she gave me a look like she'd just bitten into a maggot burrito. I took that as a no. -C)
The Man Who Cried (2000)
We're not sure what's more exaggerated in the 2000 drama — Cate Blanchett's overdone makeup, or her wholly unbelievable Russian inflection.
American Pie 1 and 2 (1999-2001)
We know what you're thinking: Shannon Elizabeth talked in the 1999 sex-romp comedy? For those of you who might have been too distracted admiring her — ahem — assets to notice, yes, she had a few lines as an exchange student with a thick accent. And a bad one at that. Only a real boob would believe she hailed from Czechoslovakia.
DICK VAN DYKE
Mary Poppins (1964)
It's impossible not to look back at Dick Van Dyke's chimney-sweeping performance in the kiddie musical with fondness. But it's also impossible not to notice his terrible attempt at a cockney accent, which often faded in the film before you could utter supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. What can we say? The sound of it was definitely something quite atrocious.
Too bad when John Cusack et al. journeyed inside the mind of the actor in 1999's Being John Malkovich, they didn't learn how he adopted that over-the-top Russian drawl while playing Teddy KGB in John Dahl's poker flick — the accent was so outrageous, it was altogether too easy to call his bluff.
Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
For a film that boasts so much class (That black dress! That dreamy ''Moon River'' rendition!), it's hard to believe Tiffany's producers would stoop so low by casting Mickey Rooney as Holly's stereotypical Japanese neighbor. Not only was he not the slightest bit believable as a native Japanese speaker in the 1961 classic, but he managed to offend droves of film critics and moviegoers as well. (Yeah, that was a weird choice and almost ruined the movie. -C)