That was your first reaction? Really?
That was your first reaction? Really?
A trailer for a trailer?
I meant “anyone saying SOME OF these alleged misquotes.” Numbers 2,5 & 7 are well-known ones.
I have never heard anyone saying these alleged misquotes. Numbers 13 and 19 in particular sound like something the author made up.
She’s still a young woman, but you can see in her face already the damage done from her lifestyle. And her voice. Holy cow! She sounds like a monkey from the cigarette company test lab who has been forced to smoke ten cartons a day. I think she’s talented, unlike other famous, but vapid, talentless socialites like Paris Hilton or Kim Kardashian and I wish Lindsay the best.
Morrissey is an arrogant jerk, know-it-all loudmouth and a brilliant artist whose music helped me get through high school. These qualities both the good and the bad aren’t mutually exclusive in a great musician. Sometimes you have to separate the person from the art. Anyway, the larger question is why is the entire interview spent lambasting Morrissey or screaming ‘Murican music, F yeah!’ when it would be better spent talking about Deerhunter? The interviewer didn’t have anything better to ask them like the musical concepts of their latest album?
Oh yeah, and Hüsker Dü.
And Al Franken ahead of Amy Adams 500 days of the year.
Watching Roger Ebert and later reading his reviews is what got me interested in films from directors like Welles, Scorsese, Kurosawa, Allen and Altman. This was before I was old enough to know or care that there were certain films and directors you were supposed to like. I watched and loved those movies because they were worth watching, because they not only entertained, but also, opened my eyes to different experiences, ways of thinking and expressing oneself from the filmmaker’s or actor’s standpoint. It’s not any film critic who could convince a boy to watch Citizen Kane or The King of Comedy on his own, except a person whose joy for cinema was palpable and respect for the art deep and informed. So thank you, Mr. Ebert.
Well we know how established the Christian Right is when it comes to science with their Jesus Raptors, homosexuality conversion camps, Kirk Cameron with no college degree or any scientific background whatsoever as their spokesman for Creationism, rape cannot cause pregnancies, etc., so Reed is probably right.
Starts to applaud objectivity of Ohio State grad who places Ohio State as first for NCAA tourney school with most embarrassing alumnus/alumna… Sees that OSU’s representative is sweet and talented Bruce Villanch. *shakes head at insincerity* ;D
Buzzfeed is getting worse week by week. Such a transparent attempt to bring in page views. My point is not a partisan one. Sarah Palin is a politician whose star has dimmed if not blacked out. She lost her remaining soapbox on Fox. She’s considered a joke to most of the power players in the Republican party and the media. All of this is beyond dispute. So what is the point of this post then? How can one not be cynical reading nonsense like this? A Big Gulp in one hand you say? Gee Whiz, what a maverick. She’s back! What’s next?
Rod Blagojevich from Prison Block F shows he still has it?
Lived in Brooklyn for a year and in Manhattan several more and somehow I have been saved from experiences like these. Thank me Lucky Charms.
None other than the legendary John Huston directed it as well. The last movie you would expect him to direct.
Spielberg has won more plaudits from the Academy and the “Hollywood Oligarchy” than many more talented directors like, gee I don’t know, Orson Welles, Martin Scorsese, and Robert Altman, just to name a few. Lincoln, while a fine film, is not a great film nor one of Spielberg’s best. If you are going to select one neglected Oscar nominee to cry for, then Spielberg who has already won two Best Director Oscars along with numerous nominations (an honor in and of itself!) is not the one you want to prove your dubious point.
Ang Lee is a man.
Das Truman Show.
This post is a massive fail not because of its political stance, but because it’s a troll about politics lacking any creativity. If that’s the cheap, lazy and inflammatory road Buzzfeed wants to go down to attract page views, then it won’t be around for the long term.
Not to be a downer, but anyone else feel like a classic Buzzfeed retread is add a little Ryan Gosling, a little Rebel Wilson, a little Jennifer Lawrence in a post and my job is done? Kind of lazy and boring.