December 29, 2011
Roger Ebert revisits Robert Zemeckis' CONTACT; you should, too.

This kind of thing is why Ebert is still Ebert. Rattles off over 1,000 words on a 14-year-old movie and his prose and points make you not only contemplate the nature of the universe, but YOU WANT TO WATCH THE MOVIE AGAIN despite its debilitating McConaughey factor. That, my friends, is blogging magic and the man (Ebert, not McConaughey, obvs) has it shooting out of his pores.

Naturally, the comment string that ensues is pretty epic as well.

April 1, 2011
COME PLAY WITH US, TRAVIS.
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COME PLAY WITH US, TRAVIS.

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March 16, 2011
"God, I love that man,” Foster says. “The performance he gave in this movie, I will always be grateful for. He brought a lifetime of pain to the character that we’ve been talking about for years, that I knew was part of his psyche and who he is. It’s part of him that is beautiful and that I want people to know, too. I can’t ever regret that."

Jodie Foster, doing a heartfelt if likely unsuccessful job of encouraging Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sixpack to feel sympathy - or, at the very least, morbid curiosity - for Mel Gibson.

Foster must be the most studied and intelligent PR-spinner Hollywood has ever seen, or a saint-like friend to push this hard for a guy whose personal demons will probably sink several years of her work (and the work of another 100 or so cast and crew members) into the realm of cinematic footnotes.

(via Movieline)

June 25, 2010
DISCLAIMER: Burbanked is not advocating violence against celebrities.
Unless it’s dished out by other, awesomer celebrities.
butyourelikereallypretty:

But You’re Like Really Annoying, Kristen Stewart.

DISCLAIMER: Burbanked is not advocating violence against celebrities.

Unless it’s dished out by other, awesomer celebrities.

butyourelikereallypretty:

But You’re Like Really Annoying, Kristen Stewart.

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