Lorelei Gilmore does Porn.

Jeff Bridges, Ted Danson, and uber-hotness Lauren Graham star in The Moguls, about a small town who bands together in the name of unity to make “an adult film”. Watch the trailer at uip.co.uk.

OK, maybe I just wanted an excuse to put Lauren in a sentence with the phrase “adult film”, but it looks really funny, too.

And really, can you blame me?

Lauren looks hot.

[via TheMovieBlog]

Next time, read the script first!

Okay, yet another old link, but…

Halle Berry received the Razzie (otherwise known as the anti-Oscar, given to the worst films/performances of the year) for her…stirring performance in CrapCatwoman.

Instead of getting all huffy, she showed up to accept her award and recreated her Oscar speech, tears and all, before proceeding to thank Warner Brothers for “casting her in this piece of shit movie”


“The person who knows how to laugh at themself will never cease to be amused.” -Shirley McLaine

Wheels Keep On Spinnin’ ‘Round

First of all, Garden State is easily my #1 movie of this year. It totally speaks to my generations current apathy about all things anything and search for meaning and passion in life. Even though I’m not typically a Natalie Portman fan, she did what the story required of her admirably. Zach Braff has quite a future ahead of him, if this movie is any indication. I’m not ashamed to say there was some welling up toward the end.

Speaking of welling up, my favorite unsigned band of the moment The Upwelling will be playing Mercury Lounge tonight at 11pm, so y’all should come by and check them out!

Oh, by the way, the soundtrack for Garden State is equally amazing. It sounds like the best mixtape you ever created, and includes a dramatic Nick Drake-esque reinterpretation of The Postal Service’s “Such Great Heights” by Iron and Wine. In my top 10 of this year at #2, can’t really see anything knocking it out.

Thats all for me for now.

Seacrest out!

P.S., if the governor of New Jersey is gay, how come its such a hole? Wouldn’t there have been some redecorating done by now?

P.P.S. R.i.P. Julia Child.