RIP your childhood…
RIP your childhood…
Bees! Rollerblades! Eddie Redmayne! Boy was this confusing. *SPOILERS*
“It is quite simply the worst movie I have ever seen.”
It was a lot of fun.
Such a manipulative film.
“You have one day a year to show yourself!”
“This is where it gets dicey.”
BuzzFeed’s Chris and Keith aim to find out in their #chickenwatch2k15 adventure.
McDonald’s: “A truly exquisite Manhattan dining experience.”
Have you seen David Beckham shirtless? Cut. From. Marble.
Rolling Stone’s editor and publisher said he has asked the Columbia Journalism School to conduct an independent review of its controversial story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
“John Stamos is a Greek God!”
What’s with these penis flaps?!
A budding student journalist visited the pizza chain with her mother and inspired us all to rekindle our love for Pizza Express.
No, Requiem for a Dream wasn’t a “heart-warming story about redemption.”
Why do only women go to spas? Would men enjoy it too?
This is pretty dehumanizing.
Johnny Depp plays a man who becomes the world’s first post-human in Transcendence. It’s not the smartest movie about the singularity, but it does bring up all kinds of fears people have about what technology has in store for humanity.
You can’t see their television and the narrator is nowhere to be seen. Can you guess what shows and moments they’re talking about?
Why on earth would anyone buy these sugar-free bears after reviewers warned not to eat more than 15 at a time “unless you are trying to power wash your intestines”?
Which Advent calendar gives you the best value on the countdown to Christmas? We spoil everything by opening them up.
Yep, that pretty much covers it.
The Patriot-News panned the Gettysburg Address in an editorial in 1863. On Thursday, it finally issued a retraction.
The rapper’s new album Matangi is a perfect example of why she still matters.
Mainly because they’re hilarious. Oh, and there’s a Jurassic Park reference.
This week marked what should have been the exciting first intergalactic adventure with Eleven and Clara, but managed to seem dull and repetitive in many ways.
He really, really hated these films. But you’re going to love his hilarious reviews.
No, not the TV show - the new movie starring Lizzy Caplan, Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher and Rebel Wilson. (The movie opens nationwide on Friday, September 07.)
This guy gives The Phantom Menace a new hope. He should release this review on DVD. And then review the next two films and release those on DVD. And then put those DVDs in a box and resell them with toys and stuff. What could have been!
But the product tester is kind of awesome. Watch Video ›