An essential history lesson with a smart smack of relevance for today (because feminism always has to be relitigated). It’s also warm, funny, and hugely entertaining.
The pretty blond ones are my favorite. I know: it’s so tediously obvious. But I can’t help it. And so: Bill Pullman.
“Two months later”? You gotta be kiddin’ me.
Thank you, Torchwood, for sucking so much I can’t even enjoy naked John Barrowman.
I’m struggling here to have some fun with “Miracle Day.” Because otherwise I’d be crying.
No spoilers here, if you’re in the U.K. and you’ve been good and won’t see this episode till tonight, when it finally airs on BBC One. There are no spoilers because there’s pretty much no way to spoil this episode: it’s all setup… all the setup we’ve already heard about.
The ten-part arc is now called “Miracle Day”… but the miracle is of a dark sort…
Jennifer Lynch is, like her famouser filmmaker dad David, totally demented. In a good way.
opening wide Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen: We do not negotiate with Decepticons, okay? Let’s roll. My Sister’s Keeper: Have you heard? It’s very sad when people die of cancer. I had no idea. So glad someone told me. opening limited The Hurt Locker: Maybe we could send Jeremy Renner to disarm that bit of … more…
Take a break from work: watch a trailer… In case you’re not already clued in, director and cowriter Jennifer Lynch is, indeed, David Lynch’s daughter, and yes, she inherited the freaky-weird-moviemaker gene. Also, just about everyone appearing in this movie — definitely French Stewart, Julia Ormond, and Bill Pullman — also have that gene. I … more…