loony_moony: (JGL: The hipster is strong with this one)
So I saw "A Dangerous Method" tonight, aka That Movie With Viggo, Sharkbender and Jaw Knightley.

My spoilers are full of penis )
loony_moony: (Tom Hardy: Casual smirk of SEX)
I still like RPattz as a person-shaped-person. I thought I was tired of him. I miss the days of 'Robert is Buvvered', but I honestly thought I didn't really have any more fucks left to give about him.

And then [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda posted her Breaking Dawn recap of awesomeness, and I found this tumblr full of his Twilight trolling (and lest nobody misses it, here is the brilliant 'HULK VS TWILIGHT' criticism of the books, movies, franchise, fans and anti-fans), and I remembered: hey, I really like that Pattinson guy.

loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: GO ONNNN)
"Jizz In My Pants" is the song that keeps on giving. SERIOUSLY. First it was [livejournal.com profile] deirdre_c's BRILLIANT 'Supernatural' take on it, and now THIS:

I'm, like, 90% sure RPattz lol'd at this as well. YOU KNOW HE WOULD.


Nov. 20th, 2011 04:07 pm
loony_moony: (HP: Bitches best be recognizin)
I have seen this on tumblr and now I CAN'T UNSEE THE AWESOME:

"at one time, the HPDH2 script had Draco walking across the courtyard to his parents

until he saw that Harry was alive

at which point he shouted

and ran back

across the courtyard

away from his parents

to Harry"




loony_moony: (FaTM: Covered eyes)
1. I've been listening nonstop to Florence and The Machine's "Ceremonials" (the deluxe version with the 4 extra songs) all week, only to come to the conclusion that it has no real outstanding song like "Lungs" had in "Cosmic Love" (one of the best songs of the decade, unquestionably), but that is a lot because the vast majority of "Ceremonials" is fucking STUNNING. Despite the deep and obvious influences the album draws from the 80s and 90s (particularly Björk and new-age rock), it transcends them into a uniquely Florence Welch scent sound. :D Which is to say, SHE IS JUST SO FUCKING AWESOME, YOU GUYS. Ugh I love her theatricality.

2. One of Jared Padalecki's dogs died today. Sadness that anyone would lose a beloved pet. I've seen it happen way too many times in the last few months.

3. Dustin Rowles discusses why Ryan Reynolds is not a leading man, and what makes a leading man in general. This is a much preferable article to the one he wrote before that, about how he wishes well for a bunch of douchebag actors who didn't particularly deserve their big portfolio to begin with. Ryan Reynolds is a good dude by the sound of it, but he is about as charismatic a leading man as John Slattery is. Which is to say, he is the perfect actor for supporting, scene-stealing roles, but not for the heavy lifting. However, Hollywood has apparently been experiencing a shortage of American leading men who are manly (RARRRRR! MANLY!), and had to resort to those pesky Brits, Aussies and Canadians for testosterone in target demographic age. Which is total bullshit, of course, but the point about Ryan Reynolds is well-made.

4. This happened:

And then the internet collapsed upon itself AND WAS NO MORE. Or at least tumblr did.
loony_moony: (Inception: Arthur feels feelings)
It's Erev Yom Kippur right now in NY. For those not familiar with Jewish customs, it means Yom Kippur has started, as Jewish holidays always go from sunset to sunset. It also happens to be a Friday, which means this Yom Kippur falls on a Sabbath, making it doubly special (and holy to many).

I'm not observing Yom Kippur this year, but I would like to extend an apology to all those I've hurt this past year and ask for their forgiveness. The internet is a very cold place sometimes, where people (myself included) are prone to hurting others much more quickly than they would face-to-face.

It has been quite a sad week. Two beloved pets of my loved ones have died quite unexpectedly, which caused much grief. Then Steve Jobs died and the whole world, really, has fallen into grief. There is something to be said for someone who has inadvertently touched the lives of almost every single soul in the world with his inventions.

In any case, I'm feeling the gravity of this day weighing on my soul, so even though I was planning to do a picspam, I'll delay it till Sunday.

Much love to you all. <3

loony_moony: (JGL: Love!)
So here's the deal: I've kinda fallen in love with Pajiba.com. It looks like the website ONTDers go to during recess, with all the pop-culture whoring, Twilight bitching, JGL-obsessing commentary one could ever need (whilst ONTD is on recess).

So here are my 8 favorite Pajiba-shaped blog things (considering I'm going through Dustin Rowles' archive):

1. This unaccountably harsh review for 'Abduction' - I mean, honestly, what were you expecting of this movie? It makes "Payback" look like a work of art. But Dustin Rowles needs to drive the point home for all the Twihards who didn't get the clue, and in the process writes, wow, some bitter nasty shit. It's kind of marvelous, y'all.

2. Pajiba's 10 Most Bangable Celebrities On The Planet List - and for once, I agree with this kind of list. I agree A LOT.

3. Dance, MotherF**cker, Dance: Pop Culture's 20 Greatest Dancing GIFs - Pure, giffy enjoyment. :D

4. What Celebrities Would You Cast in a Muppet Lookalike Movie? - OF COURSE IT HAS KERMIT BALE.

5. Of These 15 Images, Which 3 Are NOT Michael Sheen? - A fabulous little homage for one of the (deservedly) busiest actors in the industry.

6. The Five Blandest Actors in Hollywood - I have two words for you: A diversion.

7. Looking back at '10 Things I Hate About You' from a female perspective - I agree with basically everything this woman wrote.

8. And since I've mentioned him, here's a JGL post roundup, because an obsession should always be encouraged: JGL turns 30, your crush is no longer pervy, JGL is cast in TDKR, Dustin Rowles lets loose the fangirl in him, TDKR full-cast (that we know of) pictorial (you bet your ass I enjoyed the fact they put Tom Hardy's pic right above his)

Yay! Now I can clean my browser and stop pretending I did this post for anyone else but myself!

Yeah, no.

Sep. 12th, 2011 10:55 pm
loony_moony: (Jon Stewart: What is this fuckery)
I hope you burn, True Blood. I hope you burn ON A CEILING.
loony_moony: (Tom Hardy: Sup)
1. Yesterday night I went to see "Warrior" with some good company! On one side, I had a grouchy redhead to bury my head in her shoulder and to poke in the arm at various times, and on the other side, I had a lovely fellow Tomothy lover and JGL picspam receiver who giggled in all the right places during the movie. :D :D :D


You know what the problem is now, though? I've had Tomothy on a big screen again and now I need MOOOOOOOAAAR. Can you blame me for enjoying watching this dude so much?

2. Today I went to Chelsea Market with [livejournal.com profile] benitle! I haven't been there in YEARS, and she graciously agreed to show me the place, have a coffee and a spontaneous shopping spree. I am the worst impulsive shopper ever. Thank goodness Anthropologie didn't have that overpriced dress in my size, is all I'm saying.

3. OMG I REALLY WANT TO SPAM YOU ALL WITH PICS FROM THE SET OF "THE AVENGERS". Humina humina humina Jeremy Renner YOU ARE SO HOT AS HAWKEYE. Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston remain THE TALLEST PEOPLE EVER. RDJ is RDJ, which is always great.

4. I will not review "True Blood", because if I do that I will get an ANEURYSM from seeing so much red. I value my brain, thank you very much.


loony_moony: (JGL: Love!)
This is a picspam for [livejournal.com profile] benitle, because she had a super crappy week, and she needs a little pick-me-up in non-booze form. :)

Seriously, there is SO MUCH Joseph Gordon-Levitt in here, with some Tomothy for added effect )

loony_moony: (Community: TROY!)

1. JGL on Arthur's wardrobe in "Inception":

You know, I gotta say when I first started working on Inception, some of the drawings they showed me of their ideas for that character was uh sort of schlubby, sort of like, well he’s the tech guy, he runs the machines, you know, so maybe he should be wearing some sneakers and a plaid shirt et cetera and I was like “No, no, no.” This guy is in charge of making sure everything goes right. The Cobb character that Leonardo DiCaprio played, he’s like the artist and this guy’s like the producer. So, uh, I thought of my friend Jared, who is a theatre producer by day and he’s a very spiffy dresser. And I was like, “No, I want tailored suits and I want to slick back my hair, I want this guy to seem like meticulous, like he pays very close attention to detail.”

From this interview.

(originally posted by [livejournal.com profile] bennet_7)



(Gingerhaze is made of AWESOME.)

:D :D :D
loony_moony: (TMB: Balloon spying)
I know this isn't news to anyone (and in fact, you can absolutely call me Captain Obvious for this), but I saw this random pic of Joseph Gordon-Levitt on tumblr the other day, and realized that his face is slowly (but surely) morphing into Heath Ledger's, just like everyone's been saying.

I mean, ffs they were both together on "10 Things I Hate About You" but back then they looked NOTHING alike. When Heath Ledger was younger, he looked nothing like JGL, and I remember watching him as a fucking teen on "S.W.E.A.T".

But you guys.


Why yes, this does make TDKR even eerier. D:
loony_moony: (Tom Hardy: Damn)
Hello everyone! Yes, I know I didn't review last episode. Truth be told, I'm pretty surprised I'm reviewing this episode, considering how much of a fucking shitfest this show has become. I was half-minded to write a letter to Alan Ball, detailing every single thing making this show SO VERY, VERY BAD right now, which he has to fucking fix, but I'm feeling too lazy to do so, so here's a regular review full of RAGE.

Let this angry fucking Frenchman lead you into my kingdom of spoilery rage sleep and disapproving gifs (some of which were provided by Regala Electra) )

Hey, remember when Godric was around? Those were some good times.
loony_moony: (Inception: Arthur's awesome waistcoat)
I flew back home yesterday. I am FLATTENED by the epic jet lag. But I still have a post for you. :)

1. I saw "Captain America" today! It was quite adorable, and Chris Evans spends a lot of that movie in a tight, tight, TIGHT white t-shirt, which is a quite gratifying sight. Otherwise, he's the world's most Labrador-y superhero ever (Tobey Maguire was the world's most Labradoodle superhero).

2. The second "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" trailer is up and MY FROTHING AT THE MOUTH WILL NOT CEASE UNTIL I SEE THIS MOVIE OMG OMG.

3. You should really really watch all of Craig Ferguson's Late Late Show in Paris. He went there for a week with a tiny crew and a shoestring budget, accompanied by some of his favorite guests (such as: Kristen Bell, Eddie Izzard, Jean Reno, Catherine Deneuve) and it is FABULOUS.

4. Matt Damon speaks the truth, y'all.

*keels over*


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