Ah, the desensitization of the population at large continues.
So let me get this straight…I’m supposed to be okay with a politician putting his seal of approval on a story in which women are falsely imprisoned against their will, forced to have children that they did not feel ready for, and the argument is that this is a good thing?
This guy was a judge before he produced a horrible sounding anti-Obama movie, and now he’s basically condoning kidnapping as a good way to stop abortion.
What the fuck has happened to New Jersey?
What. The. Fuck.
That trailer is worse than a horror movie.
1. She’s rude.
Glinda: Are you a good witch, or a bad witch?
Dorothy: …I’m not a witch at all. Witches are old and ugly…
Glinda: ONLY BAD WITCHES ARE UGLY.
O rly? Yet you ask Dorothy which one she is. That’s some passive aggressive shit right there, lady.
2. She’s a liar.
Dorothy: Oh I’d give anything to get out of Oz altogether. But which is the way back to Kansas? I can’t go the way I came!
Glinda: No, that’s true. THE ONLY PERSON WHO MIGHT KNOW would be the great and wonderful Wizard of Oz himself.
Bitch, you know how to send her home.
3. She’s dismissive.Dorothy: But what happens if I -
Glinda: Just follow the yellow brick road [basically: lol bye bitch]
Thanks. For nothing. This is just after putting the shoes on Dorothy’s feet and making her a target for the Wicked Witch, mind you.
4. She’s shady and manipulative as fuq.
So Glinda comes waltzing back after all the hard work’s been done, like she wasn’t the catalyst for all this bullshit to begin with.
And she goes:Glinda: You don’t need to be helped any longer. YOU’VE ALWAYS HAD THE POWER TO GO BACK TO KANSAS.
Dorothy: I have?
Scarecrow: Then why didn’t you tell her before?
Glinda: Because she wouldn’t have believed me. She had to learn it for herself.
No she goddamn didn’t. She already wanted to go home the whole time, which was the entire ~lesson of the film, and you had the power to send her back. You just wanted this little twelve-year-old girl to commit your political assassination for you.
In conclusion: Your childhood has been a lie.
‘Wet Hot American Summer’ sequel: Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, and more say they would return to Camp FirewoodWet Hot American Summer actors Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, Christopher Meloni, Janeane Garofalo, and David Hyde Pierce have all told Entertainment Weekly they would appear in a sequel to the camp movie spoof. Wet Hot grossed a meager $300,000 when it was released in July 2001, but over the past decade has developed a hardcore fan base and is increasingly regarded as a comedy classic. In recent years, several members of its once largely unknown cast — which also includes Amy Poehler and Bradley Cooper — have become major stars. “It’s been discussed over the last decade in various forms and incarnations,” says Rudd of a Wet Hot sequel. “I think we would all be up for doing it.”
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Wet Hot director David Wain and his co-writer Michael Showalter confirmed to EW they have been seriously thinking about writing a second film set at Camp Firewood and may start work on the screenplay later this year.
OH MY HOLY SHIT.
Please let this happen.
Jordan and I just watched this the other day.
I approve of a round two.
Well thats what we do, we fight! You tell me when I’m being an arrogant son of a bitch and I tell you when you’re being a pain in the ass…which you are….99% of the time. I’m not afraid to hurt your feelings. You’ve got like a two second rebound rate and then you’re back doing the next pain in the ass thing.
So it’s not gonna be easy. It’s gonna be really hard and we’re gonna have to work at this every day. But I wanna do that because I want you. I want all of you……Forever. You and me. Every day.
This is my favourite dialogue of the entire movie. Love isnt easy. Real love takes work. Real love means not always agreeing on everything. Real love may mean a few bumps along the way but it’s worth it.
Oh god. I forgot about this part. This is me and Kev, CONSTANTLY. Because I mess up and I’m a bitch and I say and do things to him that he never deserves, and he takes it. And even now, I feel so much regret for some of the things I said to him and some of the ways I acted while he was here. So I have to work at it, every day, because that’s not who I am and Kev deserves someone amazing, and I’m so afraid the things I did might cause him to break up with me, and that’s the last thing I want. So I have to just keep working at it until this fear and this feeling goes away, because he’s all I want. Forever. Every day.
I say sometimes that I’m a lemon of a person. Broken, not worthy of the love and care so unselfishly showered onto me by Jordan. My crazy brings with it a lot of guilt and self-loathing that I have to fight every single day. Some days I win, some days I don’t. On those days, I say things I don’t mean.
“I wish you never met me.” “I know you’ll leave eventually.” “You are perfect and I’m just the person who cooks and cleans for you, I don’t contribute financially and therefor don’t think I contribute at all.” “You deserve someone tall and thin and lovely like yourself.” “I know people think, ‘OMG, WTF?!’ when they see you with me.” “I’m so sorry for being your albatross.” “All I do is mess things up for you. You would have a better life without me.” “I’m nothing more than a breathing moneypit.”
And he always replies with something along the lines of, “I want all of you……Forever. You and me. Every day.”
And it never ceases to make me smile.
“Anne’s outfit is more tactical, like the comic book, than the previous Batman movies. She will definitely be wearing the goggles and it’s going to be less sexy than Halle Berry and Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman costumes. She’s going to look more like a robber.”