Monday, June 19, 2006

"Did somebody once go aloft in a lawn chair tied to a bunch of helium balloons? "


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Bill Maher shows his audition tape for Presidential Press Secretary


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"'Cars' became the 50th film distributed by Walt Disney Studios to pass the $100 million mark in domestic grosses - a first for any major studio."


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Cars, as reviewed by The Filthy Critic. He liked it.
  • "Rather than cram a heartwarming story down our throats like a ham sandwich into Mama Cass, Pixar fills Cars with authentic detail that doesn't need to be there just to sell tickets. It's as though--get this--they give a shit about the story. Fuck, I wish that didn't feel like such a novelty. It does, though."


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The Rolling Bridge at Paddington Basin


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Some top-notch journalism from The Sun: "DOZENS of German farmhands perform pelvic thrusts with giant cow bells over their dingalings"


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The trailer from The Plague
  • "Some things will never change; crime will always pay someone, your friends will always be your family, and hate will always breed hate. As the world shrinks and the class divide grows, it's survival of the quickest on the streets of inner city London. "The Plague" follows four young friends as they do what they can to get by and get high in the world they are trapped in. This debut feature film from acclaimed director Greg Hall, was winner of Mike Leigh's inaugural Katrin Cartlidge Award. Featuring music from London's underground hip hop scene; freestyle legends such as Skinnyman and DJ Flip lent their full collaboration to the film's superb soundtrack. Greg Hall's gritty and genuine expression of his own experiences growing up draws parallels with La Haine, and takes the audience on an uncompromising ride through urban life."


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Listen up, foo'! You've found the Mr. T Jibba Jabba Archive!


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Bush Book Celebrates Handicap Humor - "Cripple Quips: The Really Funny Humor Of George W. Bush."


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David Schwimmer wins $400K defamation judgment, but remains a geek.


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Photo Gallery - NBA Finals Cheerleaders


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P.J. O'Rourke on our China trade policy. "Trapped in the theater of Maoism, the Chinese finally noticed the emergency exit marked 'Adam Smith.'"


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Realistic big puppet walking through the streets


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In case you haven't seen it - Jennifer Aniston's brief nude scene in The Break-Up


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"Jessica Alba Sucks"


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I-Mockery's Great American Road Trip


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Des Moines' well-endowed flood control (You have to see the picture in order to "get it")


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The Kevin Federline Show: Father's Day


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Daily Show: President Bush rags on a blind reporter for wearing shades.


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The Da Vinci Code Up to $678.5M Worldwide
  • Although it is below $200m domestically, it has grossed $480m overseas! It has worn the foreign box office crown for the last five weekends


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CELEBRITY STRIP POKER SHOW EMOTIONALLY SCARS AUDIENCE
  • "The contestants included Danny DeVito, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Camryn Manheim, Rosie O'Donnell and Ed Asner."


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Putting to rest rumors that the Superman character may be gay, director Bryan Singer revealed that, in a surprise ending to the film, he marries Liza Minelli.


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Nicole Kidman in Sydney - supposedly for her wedding


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