Another Irvin Kershner-Related Failing On My Part
I forgot Kershner also directed Loving, one of the more obscure great dark George Segal comedies from back when those were a thing. One of those films I only know about from reading Pauline Kael, I think I saw it on TCM and it’s definitely worth keeping an eye out for.
Electric Six, "Mr. Woman" →
‘Cuz when you talk nobody listens You shoot to kill but you keep missing They got you running ‘round in circles, but it’s hip to be square Tonight’s special: paranoia with a side of despair
[Prince] doesn’t want us to react to a performance - he wants us to react...– Pauline Kael, reviewing Purple Rain.
One More MTV Hits-Related Observation
Drake and Rihanna’s “What’s My Name?” sounds like a duet between two car alarms.
The Three Most Noteworthy Videos Currently On MTV...
Mindless Behavior, “My Girl” Four toddlers reveling in their lovers’ text messages and tweets (“140 characters is more than enough”). Check Leila’s tumblr to learn more about these charming children. Jason DeRulo, “What If” While anyone would want to turn back time if their girlfriend was hit by a car right before they were going to propose,...
A Dream I Don't Ever Want To Forget
I’m watching VH1 Classic and they’re showing a clip of Robert Smith of the Cure and Robbie Williams singing Robbie’s swing number “Don’t Spend Your Cash On Me” together on a UK dancing contest show, backed by Smith’s reconstituted The Top line-up (Lol, Phil Thornalley, Andy Anderson) and a massive salsa orchestra not unlike the one found in the...
Two Things That Are Driving Me Crazy About The...
Why did everyone freak out so hard on RPattz dying in that triathlon he was taking part in when it was chock-full of life-threatening shit? When that girl failed the swimming part, Harry had to rescue her pal for her; there didn’t appear to be many safety nets or contingency plans to protect the participants (or their poor friends who were kidnapped and left at the bottom of the ocean!). I...
Giving my son, Charlie, a bath, for example, beats chipping another bucket of...– Tiger Woods. Not really a double entendre, but I’ll take it.