Sunday, December 12, 2010

So Great

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Why Black Swan is Center Stage

I saw Black Swan last night, and yes it was very good. A terrifying and beautiful psychological thriller, that reminded me just a little too much of one of my all time favorite cheesy classics, "Center Stage".

The first thing that made me notice was a pretty much shot-for-shot recreation of this scene:

Then, the sassy and sexy ballerina there to teach the frigid girl how to have a good time...once Zoe Saldana, now Mila Kunis:

The perfect prima ballerina with an over bearing, ballet involved mother who's living vicariously through her star daughter no matter what the cost is on her wellbeing?!

The red-lit dance scene where the black (swan) girl teaches the white (swan) girl how to loosen up a little:

yeah sure it was missing the Aronofsky sex, drugs, and grit,  buuuut a strong inspiration none-the-less?

The finale can only be compared in the sense that the girl who has been struggling to enbody the bold character she is meant to play in the show finally scrapes up the balls to do it WELL. Plus i just wanted to post this video cause i lurve it.

New American Idol Promo

I haven't watched American Idol in YEARS, honest. But when i saw this promo with JLo as a judge, I won't lie...part of me is considering giving it a try. At first, when i heard the news of her being one of the new judges i thought, yikes. Shes once had the #1 movie and album in the same week, and now shes replacing Paula Abdul (I'm not counting Ellen) on a on-its-way-out reality talent competition? But then i remembered all of this:


Michael Bay's Opus

I would soooo rather watch a 2 hour version of this than the 3rd Transformers movie. I mean...its basically all the Megan Fox scenes without robots.


I have recently realized that if you watch enough reality TV, a lot of the shows you watch are bound to collide. I didn't see this one coming. They are truly the worst two representations of American women that we Alaska...doing outdoorsy shit that's out of their league. It's gonna be great, and will probably go a little something like this:

Monday, November 22, 2010

A Spoof of My Dream Scenario

Whats Worse? This or Cruel Intentions 2?

Oops, Who Knew??

High Class Hooker?


Wave Your Hands In The AIYA

I respect his devotion to a good performance.

the facebook song

What a Fantastic Idea


Friday, November 5, 2010

Dear God- I CANT TAKE IT!!

There but for the grace of God...or Rob Reiner

Affleck and Damon originally wrote Good Will Hunting as a thriller: Young man in the rough-and-tumble streets of South Boston, who possesses a superior intelligence, is targeted by the FBI to become a government man. Castle Rock president Rob Reiner later urged them to drop the thriller aspect of the story and to focus the relationship between Will Hunting (Damon) and his psychologist (Williams).

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


She looks good AND this dumbass "song" is stuck in my head.

Zach G. Swimsuit Calendar

Lost In Translation

Haunt Your Dreams Forever

Everyone has seen or read the children's book "Love You Forever" by Robert Munsch. At first glance it appears to be an "Everyone Poops" type classic, when in reality something sinister lies inside. It is filled with disturbing and terrifying imagery of creepy women sneaking around, and men cradling grannys in their laps. A Scientologist would say this book was planted by the board of psychiatry to keep us in therapy forever...I'm just saying.


Not to mention, these strange little ferret monsters.

If you're still not creeped out enough, here is the book as read by the author...who is apparently Mayor West from Family Guy: