When J. Robert Oppenheimer saw the detonation of the first atomic bomb which he helped to create in 1945, it brought forth to his mind a passage from the Indian epic the Mahabharata: “Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.” When I first learned that Burger King was going to start selling ugly red hamburgers, I thought the exact same thing.
My beautiful friend helped me direct the above, and that’s about the only good thing it has going for it, because let me tell you–this was not an enjoyable experience. But I’ll let you watch all seven grotesque minutes of me eating a hamburger and find that out for yourself.
Leonard Maltin put a piece up the other day not so much on Zoolander 2 (which is, disappointingly, apparently pretty damn bad) but on walking out of movies in general. I don’t think it’s something I’ve ever done, and I usually finish what I start regardless of medium, too. Maltin gives a pretty good defense of himself, though, and actually offers measured criticism as a result.
Source: Why I Walked Out of ‘Zoolander 2’ | Leonard Maltin
I was in the grocery store the other day, absent-mindedly riding on the back wheels of my cart like a child when I laid my eyes on something that seemed too sinister, too eldritch, too grotesque to be true.
Move over, Wild Berry and other flavors that people actually want: the Watermelon Pop-Tart is here to fill you with dread. As soon as my eyes locked on the juxtaposition of the out-of-season fruit slice with the dry pastry that’s supposed to be its heir, I knew I had to buy them and eat them to see if I hated them.
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