There is, for sure, a very twisted side to me. The other side is a nude Brad Pitt riding a unicorn with candy as his genitals.
Long before The Daily Show, long before The Colbert Report, Saturday Night Live was making fun of the news in a way that no one had ever seen before.
The Hangover set the comedy bar high this summer, but The Goods ably continues the tradition of taking fools and rogues and elevating them to near-mythic proportions.
How nice to have the plot of Guys and Dolls explained to me. I don't think I've seen it more than a dozen times.
How cool would it be if instead of typing away in such an impersonal manner on Facebook and Twitter, millions of people used CB radio's and even the phone!
With this film, Will Ferrell officially signals the end of his 15 minutes.
Were there any celebrity cameos? YES. TONS. Tom Hanks played himself in the Jeopardy sketch, pretending to be dumber than you could possibly believe anyone to be, and playing it straight.
It's been another long day, and all you want is to throw on your night pants, sit back with an adult beverage in hand, and act according to your target viewing demographic.
Will anyone complain if they see the reputed prick live on their TVs this Saturday night? And will HBO dare to go full-frontal during the live broadcast?
I used to think poop was hilarious. And vomit, too. And snot. And whatever else whatever else flows with force from the body and can be flung about by monkeys.
What can I say? I can't quite say "it'd be funny if it wasn't so true" - because it is true and it is funny. I can simply say this: in Will Ferrell's portrayal of "W", the Cort Theatre has finally met its historical Jester.
Now, you may have just heard, Bush's penis has made it to Broadway -- and it opened "huge" this week. Now the question is, will it be "extended"? And how did it get there?
USA Today's critic stands out among early reviews as one of the few who didn't enjoy this instant nostalgia ride into political absurdity, calling it a "witless, pointless spectacle." Ouch.
While Jay, Dave, Conan always roast whoever resides at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, can anyone remember any sitting president that has been so frequently portrayed as a buffoon on the big screen?
If I could have dreamed up one non-erotic movie starring Josh Brolin, it would have been W, the George W. Bush biopic and sequel to No Country for Old Men.