The Best of Everything of All Time Ever Today
Just a quick note to quiet the confusion in the comments section (hopefully): Mr. Feist will not be returning to Pajiba Love. I sincerely thank him for running the joint this year. However, come Monday, we’ll have a brand, spankin’ new Love Master who I’m sure, like me, you’ll all love and adore. For this week, you’re stuck with me.
As Dave Chen remarked: “This is the dark side of American Freedom”: A woman who ate a 30,000 calorie Christmas dinner and hopes to become the fattest woman in the world. That’s some aspiration. (Daily Mail)
Paste Magazine ranks the 50 Best Living Directors. (Paste)
Hey geeks! Combine two of your favorite things: Bobba Fett and women’s underwear. (Fashionably Geek)
I get the voice, and the attitude, but not much else. But for the ladies that do, here’s some Philip Glenister eye candy. (FlickFilosopher)
This is cool: In 2011, the USPS will be releasing Pixar stamps, and they look spectacular. (/Film)
Sears and KMart are working together to launch a competitor to Netflix. How’s that for … synergy? (TechCrunch)
Reese Witherspoon got engaged to another guy whose name you won’t have to remember. (Evil Beet)
More webcomics to idle your day away: Multiplex mocks Emily Blunt’s participation in Gulliver’s Travel’s; the Digital Pimp Online gets to the bottom of the Steve situation; and RobP continues the Exciting Adventures of the Force Unstoppable.
Poor Aaron Rodgers: Who does that guy need to blow to get into the Pro Bowl already? (Ugly Fours)
You either love Sofia Coppola, or you hate her. But why can’t I just love Lost in Translation and hate everything else? (Slate)
All that Evangelical ire directed at Harry Potter was totally uncalled for. Turns out, Harry Potter is a good Christian after all. (Dave Chen)
Film Crit Hulk real-time reviews Transformers 2. MEGAN FOX’S BUTT JUST GOT RE-INTRODUCED BEFORE MEGAN FOX. (via Dan). (Film Crit Hulk)
Here’s something I, and many others in my position, can appreciate: Target is going to start targetting Dads with their new baby campaign. (AdAge)
I’m not entirely sure why this is coming up again re: The Dilemma trailer, but Big Hollywood has some salient points to make about the dangers of not making fun of gays, although he sort of unfairly and cheaply used Film School Rejects to make the point. (Big Hollywood)
I got nothing for videos today, but via Mr. Carlson, here’s a reminder of what New Year’s is all about: Blowing your fucking brains out at a Porn Party.
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