Since Memorial Day is technically “a time to reflect on all those who fought for our country,” (and burgers and hot dogs and beer … Mmmm… Hot dogs and beer …) here is a list of great war movie quotes. (Screen Junkies)
Sean Penn is calling off his hastily procured divorce, saying that it was an “arrogant mistake.” What sort of arrogant bastard says stuff like that anyway? (Webster’s)
Where in the world is Joaquin San Diego? (Celebitchy)
Here’s ten lovable missing links on film. Aww, Harry from Harry and the Hendersons. I could totally see Hollywood remaking that. (Spout)
Eli Roth, Robert Pattinson and Emile Hirsch: It’s like a veritable cavalcade of hair product and douche. (Agent Bedhead)
Wow, here’s a list of the questionable parenting behind five child stars and Dina Lohan is no where to be found on it. (mental floss)
Morning Star’s meatless riblets taste infinitely better and probably more like meat than McDonald’s horrid McRib sandwich. (Impulsive Buy)
This totally made me laugh, here’s a bunch of creepy clown cakes. Anyone remember that Deep Thoughts quote? “To me, clowns aren’t funny. In fact, they’re kind of scary. I’ve wondered where this started and I think it goes back to the time I went to the circus, and a clown killed my dad.” (Cake Wrecks)
Tom Cruise and Will Smith’s super secret Scientology conversations: A comic book transcript. (Holy Taco)
Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom are engaged. Does anyone care about this? Anyone at all? Well here’s the link anyway. (Yeeeah!)
This would make for a good comment diversion: which bad scenes would you eliminate from otherwise good movies? (KSK)
Here’s ten things you didn’t know about orgasms, including that you apparently can have them when you’re dead. Proof that heaven exists? (Jezebel)
Thanks to branded for alerting me to these, but apparently there’s a whole YouTube channel dedicated to Inappropriate Movie Soundtracks. Here’s some of my faves:
On a personal note, this Memorial Day weekend marks my two year anniversary serving up links on Pajiba, which actually started out as what was supposed to be a temporary gig. It’s been a blast, and thanks to everyone for reading, commenting, sending tips, and, well, making the column so great. Hope you all have fantastic holiday weekends!
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