|Santa in his civvies.|
* This movie is called Miracle on 34th Street. I was on the right island, at least.
|Santa in his civvies.|
|So I guess Bond has a pretty big dick, huh? Either that or|
it's so small that even this gun is overcompensation.
Find out in... 007: The Motion of the Ocean!
|Television is bad for kids.|
|"I want the veal scalopini! I want a good fetuccini alfredo!"|
|Pretty sure this is from the opening scene of Scream 2, but it|
came up when I searched for Scream 3 images, so fuck off.
|Totally forgot they're transporting a 12-year-old Swedish vampire.|
|In the early '90s, only signs spoke this kind of pidgin English.|
|Couldn't find a decent movie still, so this'll have to do. (via)|
|What the Jesus? I think I sort of vaguely remember this. Does|
Lawnmower Man† say he is God, or is it like Mola Ram (whom
he kind of looks like!) saying he was going to conquer God?
|Still from Black Throat (1985).|
|This is what comes up if you Google Image Search|
"se7en" (which is stupid, by the way—the word, not
the result: a 7 does not look like a V, you jerks).
|Why don't all movies star adorable hilarious children??|
(Oh, right—because we're trying to keep the suicide rate down.)
|Pretty much the only image that comes up if you Google this movie.|
The good news is, this might end up being almost as popular as
Porky's with my accidental-Google-Image-pervert-click demographic.
|Paint on a mustache and squint your eyes, and might this not|
look a little bit like The Paul F. Tompkins Show? FINALLY: A
REFERENCE I CAN BE SURE EVERYONE WILL GET.
|"I am never gonna let you go! You hear me? Never!"|
|Oh, right...CGI smoke? That was dumb.|
|But, you know, in the end it's a pretty happy story.|
|Oh, and it's a musical! Remember, kids: it can't be schmaltz|
or sentimentality if there's graveyard imagery in it.
|This movie is about the Internet. Hahahaha, Nineties.|
|I remember this part pretty well.|
|Looks like a nice boy.|
|It's probably a function of the title, but it was very difficult to|
find photographic evidence of the existence of this film online.
|What kind of inhuman monster would want to punch this man?|
|Whatever happened to Rick Moranis, anyway?|
|I think this is the brain...but where are the file cabinets?|
|Also starring—Oliver Platt, as "Igor."|
|This screenshot might be from a different movie—not totally sure.|
|Reminds me of that movie Homer went to see|
when they pulled the crayon out of his brain
and he got too smart to like bad movies.
|Adorable photograph (taken moments before Hepburn's tragic death).|
|Also part of the process if you apply for a job at Google.|
|Why does this look more depressing than fun? Looks like|
an oasis of laughter in a desert of despair.
|Jesus. I feel like this movie is for guys with sunglasses I wouldn't like.|
|Not Anthony Hopkins.|
|OK, not so much with the Kodan thing.|
|In which a man suddenly gains the power to open books.|
|Fighting off gremlins like Corey Feldman.|
|Yes, alley sex! Once again, what I feared was incriminating|
invention is nothing but innocent, blameless memory.
|Don't be crazy, Russell Crowe! Those symbols don't mean anything!|
|This picture actually sort of makes me feel sick.|
|"If I were you, I'd run the rest of Gremlins 2 right now!"|
|She sleeps above her covers. Four feet above her covers.|
[q.v. April Fool's Day post]
|Glasses? No memory of this at all. Maybe I only saw Major League 2.|
To be honest, I don't really care for sports.
|Oh, Samantha Morton! She was great in Sweet & Lowdown.*|
|Oh, that actress. (Not even actually 100% sure this is from Gosford Park.|
Found out while Googling it that it's Robert Altman! Would not have said that.)