I said goddamn!
I said goddamn!
“You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.”
It’s like a drinking game, but with pie and Pride and Prejudice. How else are you supposed to celebrate 3/14?!
Imagine, if you will, an entirely new X-Men film franchise set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Uhhh, this post might qualify as fan fiction.
GO TO THE DOG PARK WITH. Cool it pervs.
Sortez vos cols roulés !
We watched Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason so you don’t have to.
Bust out the the turtlenecks!
The Avengers and Game of Thrones impressed, but fans of Fantastic Four and American Horror Story: Coven were left in the dust.
Magic in the Moonlight is a paper-thin trifle — but somehow is still hard to watch. BuzzFeed Film Critic Alison Willmore and Chief Los Angeles Correspondent Kate Aurthur discuss the film’s pitfalls.
These “cinematic masterpieces” have not stood the test of time.
“You think Philip Roth is better than Jane Austen? You’re crazy,” said one attendee at a meeting of the Jane Austen Society of North America’s Southwest chapter this weekend.
Whyyy does everyone call Natalie fat? And isn’t that the guy from “The Walking Dead?”
Turtlenecks are all around us in this movie. I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes.
It should be called Love Actually…NOT. In honor of the 10th anniversary of the movie’s release on Nov. 14, 2003, let’s remember all the times the best rom-com of our generation got it all wrong.
Dressed as Mr. Darcy…
Here is a photoshoot featuring a young Colin Firth in what appears to be an Ann Taylor suit. I love you so much more than I ever have.
In 2003, Amanda Bynes would stop at nothing to find the man of her dreams — her dad, Colin Firth. And it wasn’t weird at all.
The peer-to-peer network is promoting the film Arthur Newman with a download, but it’s also rebranding in the process.
Sweary, blonde, likes a drink. Bridget is all of us.
Here are two more posters for the upcoming ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’ flick. Colin Firth and Tom Hardy star in this Cold War thriller, in theaters on November 18th. View List ›
Colin Firth, Andrew McCarthy, Ellen Burstyn, and Orlando Bloom break out the Dixie accents in “Main Street.” Watch Video ›
Yes, this is real. And, hearkening back to the glory days of awful porno title puns, it’s called “The King’s Piece.” Don’t worry, the trailer is safe for work. Watch Video ›
The Firth lady. Ha.
Oscar the Grouch offers his predictions on the awards which share his name. Put your money on Colin Filth. Watch Video ›
Footage and audio of King George VI, subject of “The King’s Speech” in which he was played by Colin Firth, addressing a large crowd in Scotland. It’s a fascinating exhibit of the numerous speech impediments that plagued George throughout his life. Poor guy. The halting stammer gets really bad at about the two minute mark. Watch Video ›