Archive for the tag "hollywood"
Elizabeth Taylor. Ah. Sad. But a larger and more explosive and varied and glamorous legacy is rarely made. Sir Roger’s favourite Elizabeth Taylor movie is Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. Perhaps it reminds him of his own torrid, if mercifully brief and nevertheless highly productive, union. Vale, and thank you, Elizabeth Taylor.
Posted: 24 March, 2011 in Culture, Life, Literature, Media, movies, values, Video.
Tags: AIDS, butterfield 8, cat on a hot tin roof, cinema, cleopatra, cultural values, Culture, elizabeth taylor, hollywood, hollywood star, movies, richards burton, sex symbol, star, virginia woolf, Who's afraid of virginia woolf
You can see them squirming in their seats with exquisitely conflicting emotions. “Will he mention me? He should mention me! God I hope he doesn’t mention me!”
Ricky Gervais blows off Hollywood, probably loses friends and future talk show engagements. But who needs friends when you’re the most brilliant man you know?
Posted: 17 January, 2011 in comedy/humour, movies, Video.
Tags: Angelina Jolie, award, Charlie Sheen, comedy, Gervais, Golden Globe, hollywood, Hollywood Foreign Press, humor, humour, Johnny Depp, porn star, Ricky Gervais, the Tourist
Our own Angel, currently starring in Lie to Me as Clara, turns 34 on Friday!
One wants to say that one loves Gwyneth Paltrow and has fantasies about…you know…but this is too fun to censor on the basis of personal sexual attraction.
Posted: 25 April, 2010 in Art, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, Life, Media, Religion, Sex, values, Video.
Tags: angel, bad side, catholic church, comedy, cultural values, devil, entertainment values, good and evil, good side, goop.com, gwyneth paltrow, hollywood, hollywood goss, humor, humour, iron man, moral choice, moral dilemma, Onion, Onion News, Onion News Network, paedophilia, paltrow, paltrow hit in face, pedophilia, priest, religious values, satire, values