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It’s the holiday season and we’ve got a lot of wide releases to cover this month, so let’s get to it. Our box office gurus this time around are Tyler Peterson, Thomas Ricard, Julie Kushner, Jordon Davis, and Rick Lewis.…
Here we go again! It’s that time where we make snap judgments about which movies released this month will be HITs and which will BOMB based solely on watching the trailer. Our box office gurus this time around are: …
Welcome to a particularly barren January in terms of sci-fi/fantasy/comic book blockbusters (i.e., the only movies of interest to anyone reading this). Regardless, we here at the Agony Booth are determined to soldier on and once again make knee-jerk assessments…
It’s the end of the year, and you know what that means: It’s time once again to look forward to the movies that no one is looking forward to. Some of you might recall I compiled a list like this…
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
“There are times when it feels like the characters in The Giver are really just living in a slightly more authoritarian Disneyworld.”
Come Watch Jimmy Kimmel's Star-Studded Post-Oscars Show Of Terribly Not Funny!
Thanks To The Oxford English Dictionary Word-Of-The-Year, There Is No Way You Will Ever Escape Selfies Again
Lady At 'Thought Catalog' Likes Lady Things, Is Walking Talking 'Sex And The City' Episode
Meryl Streep And Jack Nicholson Did The Nasty When Filming 'Ironweed' But There Are So Many Other People Meryl Should Sex
Friday Link Love: Meryl Streep Is Hurting Us Real Bad
In this episode: fashion, entry-level jobs, entitlement, ambition, the impeccable Miranda Priestly, and the price of success. Also: Anne Hathaway, impractical shoes, and how to get fired from NerdQuest.
“Here we go again with another Thoroughly Manly Musical! In this episode, Super trooper Stan takes a chance on the ABBA musical nobody asked for, and finds something that was clearly only made for money, money, money. Will Stan request an SOS, or will the experience bring out his inner dancing queen? Who cares? After spending this much time coming up with stupid ABBA references, we’re pretty sure he’s going to kill himself anyway.”
"Who knew the Oscars had a karaoke night?"