Wonderful idea. Needs work. I would mos def cut the “off to get a smosmortion” bit. Seems like the writer director actor editor could not resist. And, also, thanks Sarah.
I am grateful to Sarah Palin for almost single-handedly ruining John Mccain’s presidential campaign. I also wish to thank Palin for allowing us Tina Fey’s wonderful impressions of her (Fey being a woman much smarter and much more qualified to run for the vice presidency).
cinefan: Palin didn’t ruin McCain’s campaign. It was dead no matter who was running on the GOP ticket.
Anyway, those Twilight “actors” are getting paid too much for a sequel. http://www.darkhorizons.com/news08/081126i.php
Yeah abortion is really never that funny. Plus that girl is hideous, sorry to say.
The “God Hates Fags” poster one with an actual name comedian is much funnier.
This needed a few more rewrites. Or drop the attempt to be funny. Just the fact of having people sincerely thank Palin for running is enough.
Because as much as my wife is going to grimace when I do it, I am going to include Sarah Palin in my Thanksgiving dinner toast of Things I Am Grateful For tomorrow.
I voted for Obama. Apparently that means abortion is super cool? Get hip to killing a fetus, don’t bore us with your ancient ethics. Geez, go away.
That disproves the axiom that liberals bring the funny and conservatives don’t.
Hell, I’m all for rubbing the losers’ faces in it with a funny, snarky, high-stepping-as-you-run-into-the-end-zone video. This ain’t it.
It’s shocking what’s happening in Mumbai right now, and is especially disturbing to anybody who was moved by the way Mumbai was captured in Slumdog Millionaire. Terribly sad.
eoguy: So much for that “fighting over there” argument.
Happy Thanksgiving, Wells. Thanks for keeping me entertained for almost a decade now, and for steering me towards good flicks. (Most of the time. I’m still not seeing Twilight).
I would like to shamelessly co-opt and second Winchester’s classy statement. It’s been cool following you these last 6 years.
Winchester, strangely enough the attacks in Mumbai might give Slumdog Millionaire a leg up as Academy voters start to watch the submissions. Danny Boyle’s film really gets to the heart of the city and I think people will respond to that.
This is a smart blog. I mean it. You have so much knowledge about this issue, and so much passion. You also know how to make people rally behind it, obviously from the responses.
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