Thursday, March 09, 2006

Jump Around

Gore Vidal interesting comments on Capote, Brokeback, and Match Point

"Lourdes Has Her Gaydar On" -Tabloid Whore on Madonna and Child [src -popbytes]
"Lourdes Mommy Questions" -Proceed at Your Own Risk (more of the same) [NSFW]

"Burn Hollywood Burn" -Slant Truth on Crash

If you put these three views (Pop On The Rocks + ModFab ÷ FourFour) of Project Runway's finale in a blender -you get my view. Which is why I ain't postin' about it.

The always entertaining Slant Magazine on the 100 Greatest Dance Songs

I realize I'm late on this Portman SNL fervor but I first saw it here: "Natalie is a Bad Ass Bitch" @ Exceptional Mediocrity. Funny. Never knew Portman could lay it down like that ;)


Anonymous said...

She was REALLY funny on SNL.

Usually I think she's a goofy, small, little girl. She looked older.

Emma said...

What do you think of my unconventional cuties list?

I'm loving me some Bennet! So damn fine!

Joe R. said...

About Project Runway: I think it's funny that for the second year in a row, the designer who won the majority of the challenges (Daniel; Kara Saun) lost to someone who I think won only one (Chloe; Jay). I was rooting for Daniel, but I was cool with Chloe, too.

Also: I'm am no fan of Gore Vidal, at all, at all, at all. But that wasn't too annoying an interview with him. I was bracing for worse.


well you're sweet to read it at my request even though you shuddered at the thought ;)

i still can't get over that Portman thing. I just was NOT expecting that. luv it when the stars surprise me.

Glenn Dunks said...
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Glenn Dunks said...

Match Point WAS really good though. Definitely in my Top 10.

Am loving the Slant list. Giving me ample music options there.

"in 2006, dance music is a force to be reckoned with everywhere around the world except the United States."

So sad. In Australia there's always dance songs in the charts - whether they're good is another debate though. Hell, out #1 at the moment is a dance tune ("Love Generation" by Bob Sinclair) and along with the UK and most other places, we actually had Madonna's "Hung Up" debut at #1. And "Sorry" is certain to do the same. Dance music is the best.

I sorta love that they included "Justified and Ancient" by KLF feat. Tammy Wynette. That song was totally the best when I was 6.