I love Justine! I remember her from Small Planet Bakery days, circa 1998-2000, and she, as far as I know, has always rocked!
Certainly I can't be the only one who despises this lifeless column. This was much, much better when Bob Grimm did it as 'Now Showing At Home'.
Why ruin a good thing?
That's some funny shit right there.
Side note on Les Mis: ya' think Jason Segal was Anne Hathaway's singing coach?
During her 'one-take performance', I couldn't help thinking about Segal's Dracula puppet musical from Forgetting Sarah Marshall!
Lupe didn't "leave the stage"--they cut the power, shut off the lights, and TOLD him to leave. So this headline by Mendez is totally misleading. We don't care what David Mendez thinks of Lupe's albums. We do, however, care about our right to free speech. Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh are racist, shortsighted, copycat hypocrites, but so is Obama! It was OK to call out Clinton, and Bush, but it's taboo to say truthful shit about Obama? Lupe Fiasco swung the hammer with his words via a live rap performance, and he is CENSORED, period.
Lupe didn't cut the power. He did not fucking "leave" the stage. He was kicked the fuck out because some Obama worshippers took offense.
It's extremely obvious in the video that this headline contradicts what is in front of your eyes.
An instant classic!! Hell, anything beats the shit out of "The Iron Lady"! (Like anyone needed to see more of Margaret Thatcher's miserable existence and ugly-ass face).
Bring on the tits and ass and blood and piranhas and campy acting already--it's okay to have fun kids...
Here's a correction: the last time Almodovar and Banderas collaborated was 1990's NC-17-rated, internationally acclaimed "Tie Me up! Tie Me Down!". It co-stars one of the most beautiful women on the planet, Victoria Abril, and contains one of the damndest sex scenes ever put to film. This one's definitely a quirky standout in Almodovar's canon.
Matthew E. Johnson
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