Because His Movies Changed Your Life...
Here’s a really sweet and tear-jerky tribute to John Hughes by a woman he befriended when she was a teenager in the 1980’s. Get your tissues ready. (We’ll Know When We Get There)
And because everything is different today, here are eight thing in John Hughes movies that you won’t see in today’s movies. (Spout)
If you think about it, a lot of the stuff they did on G.I. Joe probably did count as war crimes going by today’s standards. (Screen Junkies)
If you were Miley Cyrus’ 9-year-old sister, what do you think would you be up to? If you said “skanking it up on a stripper pole at a party,” you win the cigar! (Webster’s)
And in other news of interest to the site’s closet pedos, there apparently exists some underage pop group called the Miss Lolitas who have a song out called “Party Starters.” This would be horrifying if it weren’t so unintentionally hilarious. (DListed)
Here’s a review of Ad Nauseam: A Survivor’s Guide to American Consumer Culture, by Rob Walker. (Second Pass)
Remember back when cartoon network aired good cartoons like Tom and Jerry all the time? Now they’re not even airing shows that are technically cartoons anymore. Fuck you, Cartoon Network. (Warming Glow)
Vanity Fair did a spoof of Gwyneth Paltrow’s GOOP and it’s kind of the funniest thing ever. (Vanity Fair)
Lindsay Lohan’s maybe(?) comeback role has been confirmed for Robert Rodriquez’s full-length version of his Grindhouse trailer, Machete. (Agent Bedhead)
I didn’t get to report this in time, but tickets for “Always Sunny’s” The Nightman Cometh went on sale today, and if you live in a city other than Philadelphia you might still be able to score tickets. If you live in Philadelphia however, you got shitty seats even if you were second in goddamn line when the box office opened because of MOTHERFUCKERING internet sales. (Pop Candy)
And now here’s the second horrifyingly hilarious thing I’ve seen today. Prepare to have your childhood ruined. Again.
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