Tuesday, January 01, 2008

they did it

they managed to get every terrible person into one film.

diane keaton, queen latifah, ted danson, and katie holmes.

well done. kudos, hollywood! the cinematic equivalent of an anal fissure!

actually, i like ted danson. poor guy. mary steenburgen must've been squalking for a new house.

happy new year!


Blogger Jerell said...

Isn't it kind of weird seeing Katie Holmes in a movie again?

3:44 PM  
Blogger maryk said...

it is.
and diane keaton was good in love and death. that's it, though.

4:08 PM  
Blogger Overdroid said...

Yer picshur go bye bye.

10:30 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

You don't like Diane Keaton? She is mostly tits and ass, I guess. WE GET IT, DIANE. Geez.

There was a rumor two years ago that Katie Holmes was going to change her name to Kate (not Katie) Cruise. Didn't happen. Good -- we were spared one more headline about her.

11:34 PM  
Blogger maryk said...

hopefully the picture's back.

can't stand diane keaton.

12:30 PM  
Blogger Brody said...

But, you're cool with Alex P. Keaton, right?

2:51 PM  
Blogger maryk said...

alex p. keaton is infinitely better than diane keaton. on so many levels.

also, i've replaced one bullshit picture of her with another. hopefully this one will stay active.

also also, if we hate what we fear, maybe i just fear diane keaton and her stupid fashion statements.

4:02 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

So do you hate her for her clothes -- I only mind the tinted glasses, but I also mind them on people like Paul Westerberg (what you hiding behind those lenses, Paul?) -- or for her acting?

4:10 PM  
Blogger maryk said...

all of the above.

i don't mind tinted glasses as a general rule, i figure if you have the balls to wear them, and you can sell them, then go for it. but she can't sell it, and just comes off as wanting to be different, but just rich lady trying to be different. i haven't really seen her do anything interesting acting-wise since love and death.

4:27 PM  

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