The trilogy is complete.
Next week: An amazing series finale.
Haters rejoice. The end is nigh. Our little film series will conclude on May 8, wrapping up with what I think are four fairly solid shorts. Your mileage may vary.
He loves to sing a song by the All-American Rejects called “Move Along." [source]
End of an era.
Is it too soon to dub him "Tyler Hans-been"?
One for the road:
Bring on the Wear twins.
Moving along myself, I followed through on one of my ideas for once.
Behold: The Agony of Defeat
We'll see how long I can sustain it.
• Terrifying magic trick exposed
• New Video Game Consists Solely Of Shooting People Point-Blank In The Face
• I want to lash out against the chicken breast-ification of restaurant food
• Top 25 fictional ads in sci-fi movies
• Mix Tape for Dead Girl
I will resist a gorilla comparison.
Bud Light's "_____ bad, drinkability good" ads ape Southwest's "wanna get away?" ads, and CBS has been airing them back-to-back.
UConn's uniforms are hideous. They look like a conservative designed them.
Bill Hader on rejected Saturday Night Live sketches involving Al Pacino:
One that we tried to get on as a digital short, but Standards and Practices said we couldn't do […]
Let's just say there's a video on the Internet that has a very identifiable name. Al Pacino watching that.
The idea was that Gene Hackman sent him that video, and he goes, "Gene and I, we have the same sense of humour, this is gonna be funny," and then watching it and going, "WHAT THE HELL?!" [source]
Al Pacino watches "2 Girls 1 Cup."
Better yet: Variations on Al Pacino watching "2 Girls 1 Cup."
As Michael Corleone.
As Tony Montana.
As an irascible blind man.
As Big Boy Caprice.
As an undercover gay leather fetishist.
Roy Williams, Rick Pitino, Bob Knight, Mike Krzyzewski and…Metallica.