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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

100 Favorite Movies: 64

What a quality movie this is. Not to mention the fact that the entire Men in Black trilogy is solid, but the original is just immense quality. The Agent K and Agent J dynamic is unrivaled, the inventions are unparalleled, and the engaging alien story line is one to remember. As a whole, this movie is wonderful because it is definitely more comedy. But it's a little bit of everything. And maybe that's why it holds up so well.

Science-fiction action comedy directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and written by Ed Solomon in 1997.

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Linda Fiorentino, Vincent D'Onofrio, Rip Torn, and Tony Shalhoub.

Tune in tomorrow for number sixty-three!

Every Simpsons Couch Gag

Madness! Every Simpsons Ever was crazy, but Every Simpsons Couch Gag might get even crazier. Why? Because it shows all of them at the same time. What?! Some end quicker than others, but all of them make for an amazing video of which it is impossible to keep track.

Sarah Silverman's Gap

Sarah Silverman gets it. She created a new video that is so bitingly satirical that it hurts with laughter. Did any of that sentence make sense? Probably not. Anyway, upon learning that because she has a vagina she has to lose almost five hundred thousand dollars per year compared to a man doing the same job, Sarah decides to get a penis transplant. Good statement video.

Monday, November 24, 2014

100 Favorite Movies: 65

How could I not include the brainchild movie of Tina Fey? Besides it being the most quotable movie of the last decade, Mean Girls actually has a pretty unique take on the high school "lesson" learned by the end. Plus, while it has its fair share of predictable moments, there is some huge unpredictability in the movie. Back to the quotable part, though, even some of the names have become household. That's powerful.

Teen comedy directed by Mark Waters and written by Tina Fey in 2004.

Starring: Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lizzy Caplan, Lacey Chabert, Amanda Seyfried, Jonathan Bennett, Daniel Franzese, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Tim Meadows, Rajiv Surendra, Neil Flynn, and Ana Gasteyer.

Tune in tomorrow for number sixty-four!

2014 Has Reached 1000 Posts!

2014 has kept the streak going! In every year (four years) since 2011, this blog has seen over one thousand posts. It's impressive. That's over four thousand posts over the course of four years. 2012 still holds the record with 1,308 which would be tough to get to this year, but hey, anything's possible. I didn't even realize we hit 1,000 posts for 2014 until today, which means this post, in particular, is number 1,011, but that's okay. Here's the actual one thousandth post, if you're interested. How ceremonious! Hope you've enjoyed them all!

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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Friends Is Coming to Netflix

Mid-term elections, ebola, immigration reform, ObamaCare, Pope Francis, this, that, this that, wait wait wait, stop. Friends is coming to Netflix on New Year's Day and yes, it will be all ten seasons! What a time to be alive this is! Sure you can see six a day on TBS, but this is Netflix we're talking about! In the modern age, people like Buzzfeed care about Netflix, not politics. Now, where's Seinfeld?