Ghanaian poster for 3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (Sean McNamara, 1998): Take special notice of the uncanny rendering of Hulk Hogan. –EH
who made this this is the most beautiful thing i have ever seen
I can’t not forever reblog this.
This from Brian Yuzna’s Society, a shocking exposé on the upper class, and one of the grossest, yet most informative documentaries I’ve ever seen.
suck my glock
This is one of the best scenes from any movie ever.
Pretty into this lineup.
1. Meowryl Streep
2. Kitty Cat Stevens
3. Meowie Van Doren
4. Sir Hissington
5. Tom Cat Hardy
6. Joaquin Felix
7. Paz de la Purrta
8. Javert Cat
9. Cat Golightly
10. Jean-Luc Purrcard
- David Mewoie
- Sir Isaac Mewton
- Duke Hissington
- Meowna Apple
- Nina Purrmone
- Marie Catoinette
- King Louis XIV (pronounced King Louis CAT-orze)
- F. Scott Hissgerald
- Franz Catka
- Fernando Hissoa
- Salvador Kití
1. Meowtin Purrsese
2. Nikittylas Cage
3. Pawd Solondz
4. Paul Purrhoven
5. Nomi Meowlone
6. Meownu Reeves
7. Jennipurr Jason Leigh
8. A Talking Cat!?!
9. Darmeow Argento
10. Furreddy Krueger
11. Meowy-Kate & Catshley Olsen
A lot of people hate the new Die Hard movies, but if you hate a movie where after Bruce Willis got shot, he “shot himself in the same bullet hole to kill someone behind him”, you are damaged.
i just spent one hour and 25 minutes of my time watching this movie. was it worth it? yes. i sat down for an hour and almost a half watching how a brilliant talking cat brought two families together. they literally use a moving mspaint black circle and a bad microphone recording to make the cat look like it was talking
okay BUT ALSO I THINK IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU WATCH THE TRAILER AT LEAST because LOOK IT WAS MADE IN THE YEAR 2013 AND ALSO LOOKS LIKE YOUVE WALKED ONTO THE SET OF A LOW BUDGET TALKING CAT PORNO
Why wasn’t this nominated for an oscar?
It sounds like they recorded Eric Roberts with a cell phone.
This looks really good.
Paul Verhoeven and (post-toxic waste) Paul McCrane on the ROBOCOP set.
I’m obsessed with this billboard that’s up everywhere in L.A. for a new show called Do No Harm, but that should be called Dr. Hand-some.
Every day, I obsessively keep track of everything I do in Word and Excel documents, most particularly with the movies I watch. Then at the end of every year, I gather up some statistics and make pie charts. These are the stats for how I spent my 2012. The arrows indicate how it compares to the previous year’s numbers.
Movies seen for the first time: 316 (↑70)
Movies rewatched: 101 (↑40)
Total: 417 (↑110)
Movies seen in the theater (including rewatches): 174 (↑5)
Short films watched: 27 (↓21)
Short films rewatched: 8 (↑5)
Seasons of TV watched: 12 (↓7)
Books Read: 10 (↑4)
Comedy Shows Gone To: 21 (not including shows I was on) (↑2)
Watched the most movies in October (49).
Watched the least movies in April (26).
Watched the most movies in the theater in October (44, a personal record).
Watched the least movies in the theater in December (5).
First movie watched in 2012: Back to the Future 1-3
Last movie watched in 2012: Pitch Perfect
Top Fifteen Best Films I Watched for the First Time
1. Child of Rage (1992)
2. Xtro (1983)
3. The Girl Most Likely To… (1973)
4. Hi, Mom (1970)
5. Modern Romance (1981)
6. Sheitan (2006)
7. Dirty Dancing (1987)
8. Highlander (1986)
9. Sybil (1976)
10. Martin (1976)
11. Patrick Still Lives (1980)
12. Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000)
13. Daisies (1966)
14. The Entity (1982)
15. Hard Ticket to Hawaii (1987)
Best book I read: Bossypants by Tina Fey
Best TV I watched: 30 Rock (Seasons 1-4), Parks and Recreation, Burning Love, The Mindy Project, Girls, The Heart She Holler
Movie Pie Charts
Full breakdown of formats:
Projected HD: 20
Projected SD: 7
11 in 3D (all DCPs)
As for Countries, the places I watched the most films from besides the US are (in descending order) the UK, France, Canada, Japan, Germany, and Italy.