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Karl Pilkington; Professional Film Critic

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2009 |

By Stacey Nosek | Pajiba Love | September 25, 2009 |

Normally I have a strict policy not to link to other reviews of films or TV shows that we have reviewed or are planning to review on Pajiba, but I have to make an exception here for Karl Pilkington’s review of Ricky Gervais’ upcoming The Invention of Lying. (Cinematical)

And because I love me some Gervais, here are seven of Ricky’s classic moment clips. Oh, how I hope The Invention of Lying doesn’t suck. (Screen Junkies)

It looks like today’s Pajiba Love is shaping up to be all about my favorite things, so here are “The Kids in the Hall’s” top 14 recurring characters. (Topless Robot)

Randy Quaid and his wife Evi were arrested late yesterday for allegedly skipping out on a $10 grand hotel bill in Santa Barbara. Oh Cousin Eddie, what have you gotten yourself into this time? (Webster’s)

On that note, when I was looking up Randy Quaid on IMDb this morning I found this hilarious article on the most ludicrous straight-to-DVD sequels. I nominate Prisco to real-time-review all of them. (Movie Fone)

Most people make fun of me for loving VH1’s “celebreality” shows as much as I do, but look — see what you’re missing out on here? This stuff is gold. (Warming Glow)

Does anyone in the Las Vegas area want to go see Britney Spears this weekend for free? I know, I know. But hell, I would go if I was gonna be in Vegas. (Superior Gossip)

Paul Dano, who has been inexplicably MIA for the past year or so now, has signed on to join the cast of the new Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz “action comedy.” Ugh. Really? (Gordon and the Whale)

I haven’t actually seen last night’s “The Office” yet because it conflicts with my beloved “Supernatural,” so I’m not reading this review of last night’s episode that Dan wrote yet. (Hairballs)

Hmm … Matthew McConnaughey’s film posters all seem to have the same recurring theme in them. (Film Drunk)

Here’s a first look at Shia LaBeouf on the set of Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps, (really??) who is apparently the go-to kid to breathe life into sequels where the leading men are waaaay past their prime. (Agent Bedhead)

With David Cronenberg’s decision to remake The Fly, here are five other directors who famously decided to remake their own films. (Spout)

Tori Spelling supposedly offered her husband Dean’s ex-wife — whose marriage she famously wrecked — a chance to appear on their reality show. Nice! (Celebitchy)

Thanks to BabySledge for sending in this little ditty about indie films, which takes all of your favorite overexposed indies and boils them down to a bunch of cliches:

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