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And evidently so does British critic David Thomson, Editor of The Biographical Dictionary Of Film. The Daily Mail has excerpts and this one is my favorite:
MATT DAMON: What’s most interesting about Damon is the very lack of good looks– and the feeling of a squashed and rebuilt face.
Matt Damon’s strident, leftist politics are really annoying, too, but Thomson is correct– above all, Matt Damon has a weird face.
Pretty much anything Bono or Sean Penn write is a festival of crap that would never be tolerated from another contributor. Even James Franco sounds like a moron in today’s Wall Street Journal.
Festival of crap. Heh.
Word on the street: Polanski’s next film is so good, Europe’s going to let him bang an eight-year-old.
It’s THAT GOOD.
A spoof on Will Ferrell’s healthcare PSA from FunnyOrDie.com. Funny that these nobodies were able to produce something much more clever and nuanced than exorbitantly overpaid professional make-believers.
Will Ferrell still hard at work finding ways to alienate and bore people who used to think he was funny
There is plenty of leftist political satire that I can begrudgingly enjoy, but I was pretty surprised at how not-funny this mock “Protect Insurance Companies” PSA ad is:
Being a big fan of “The State” and “Freaks and Geeks,” Â it took me a little longer to hate this video than say, the latest release from those vapid celebrities in the Film Actors Guild:
UPDATE: More from Hot Air:
No one who pocketed $20 million for any movie, let aloneÂ Bewitched andÂ Talladega Nights, has any room to talk about overpaid execs.
Susan Sarandon has announced that it’s time to get out of Afghanistan in a column titled “Speak Your Truth, Even If Your Voice Shakes.” The article does not underestimate the boldness of such a statement, nor the considerable risk it poses to incite the wrath of the pro-war Hollywood elites.
With the kind of wisdom that can only be acquired by pretending to be other people in movies like “Step Mom” and “The Banger Sisters,” Sarandon has, at long last, laid out a clear and honorable path for our country.
Courage– thy name is Susan Sarandon!
I’m glad we’ve got our best man on the case.
I was going to suggest such a meeting would be beneath the office of the President, but didn’t Obama invite somebody from terminally pre-revenue Twitter to advise him on economic policy?
Interesting that Lt. Harley has been silent on the war in Iraq, given his own history in the region:
UPDATE: Greg Gutfeld has more on Topper.
But look, I love Sheen simply being Sheen. He is a man unencumbered by self-awareness. Think about it: The worldâ€™s most famous clueless druggie, gambling-addicted whore-banger thinks heâ€™s uncovered a conspiracy â€“ and we should all believe him.
How cute is that?