…Energy. He meant to say Department of Energy. Oh well. Cue ‘Price Is Right’ tuba flail. Get a photographic picture of his silhouette walking through a dark corridor into the light. His goose is cooked like it’s Christmas Day in a Chinese restaurant.Continue Reading →
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The Bible is riddled with tales of heroism and cunning on the part of men. But what of the chicks? Were there some badass broads making waves in all those Sunday School lessons? The short answer? Yup. The long one?Continue Reading →
There are jack-o’-lanterns and there are works of art. This is neither.
This is the jack-o’-lantern’s jack-o’-lantern. This is the basement project that ends marriages. That alienates kids. That ruins families.Continue Reading →
Anyone and everyone can do a Christopher Walken impression if they try. The sad part is most of them are just doing an impression of comedian Jay Mohr’s impression of Christopher Walken.Continue Reading →
Brian Grazer is 60 years old and still gels his hair like a 14 year old boy. Ordinarily this would be a characteristic of an El Douche-o Grande, but not today.Continue Reading →
But living on this planet gets away from you easy. A couple of phone calls, a few emails, reddit-check and before you know it you have a big, fat, juicy parking ticket.Continue Reading →
Brad Pitt looks like a douchebag. But he for damn sure knows how to choose movie projects.
‘Fight Club,’ written by Chuck Palahniuk, was adapted into a film after Brad Pitt read the book. He, David Fincher and Edward Norton came together and made what should have been a box office success.
Edward Norton was coming off of highly praised performances in ‘People Vs. Larry Flynt’ and ‘American History X.’ Fincher had just come off of critically acclaimed efforts through ‘The Game’ and ‘Seven.’
Besides looking like a hotass bastard, Pitt had ‘Legends Of The Fall,’ ‘Interview With A Vampire’ and ’12 Monkeys’ simmering on his resume. Not to mention the fact that he’d had box office success with Fincher through ‘Seven.’
Worldwide, ‘Fight Club’ made its money back. But in America it was a failure. So much for popular convention…
That does not take away from the fact that it is now a cult favorite with references to it found in various realms of popular society…especially so with the internet.
Good. Helps to maintain some faith in society. Oh yeah, and tilt your screen to see the full poster.Continue Reading →