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Fact: Hollywood Will Ruin Your Childhood

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2009 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | August 5, 2009 |

Since we’re always bandying about the phrase “ruin my childhood” around these parts, here’s an official list of movies which ruined your childhood. Not in the sense that they went back in time and killed your parents or anything, though. (Spout)

Want a “No Whining Wednesday” post? Laura Ling and Euna Lee have finally been released from a North Korean prison after four and a half months. (Celebitchy)

I think I’m gonna start a rumor that Katherine Heigl is cheating on her husband — just because I fucking feel like it, OK? Plus real news is boring. (Webster’s)

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Modern technology is sort of ruining movies. And to that regard, here’s a six pack of movies inspired by the internet. Gah. (PW)

In “Least Surprising News Ever” news, Stephanie Meyer is being accused of plagiarism by a 15-year-old girl. (Film Drunk)

Stephen Colbert now has an official cocktail named after him (because, of course he does) and it actually sounds kind of delicious. (Serious Eats)

What if movie posters used blurbs from terrible reviews? It kind of makes me want to go see them more, strangely. (Screen Junkies)

No wonder no one ever really got hurt on “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” when their artillery vehicles consisted of pizza throwers. Oh no, please don’t feed me or anything. (Topless Robot)

Here’s an interview with everyone’s favorite character actor cum leading man, Paul Giamatti. (AV Club)

Someone finally investigated how Netflix envelopes get to your house so fast. I always just figured it was magic or something. (Chicago Tribune)

Apparently polymorous relationships are on the rise. That’s polymory, as in, the kind without all that Mormon drama. (Zelda Lily)

Here are some possible ideas for what Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel might turn out to be. (Holy Taco)

I’m pretty sure we did a guide on this back a few years ago, but anyway, here are some other great movie monologues. (mental floss)

Finally, yay!!! “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” is coming back soon and here’s the first promo for it. I heart Charlie:

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