OMG guys, I have learned so much in the first five minutes. Did you know a single phone call can remove a celebrity video from the internet FOREVER
Opening tonight with Christmas Cupid
Sloane is a beautiful, stylish woman on the fast track to success in her public relations firm when a starlet client, Caitlin, dies. Caitlin immediately becomes Sloane’s own personal “Jacob Marley” (the Christmas Carol ghost) ushering in the spirits of Christmas past, present, and future - all in the guises of Sloane’s former boyfriends. Sloane finds out first hand that her unethical ways and workaholic habits need to change and that reuniting with one of the past lovers whom she jilted may be the answer for a happy-ever-after life.
tonight is the night.
tonight i start…
bad christmas romance made-for-tv movie watching
Let us all have a moment of silence for the cancelled superheroine shows and never-made movies while Batman gets its 393493782 remake.
Angela Lansbury receiving her Honorary Oscar at the 2013 Governor’s Ball (x)
this is where I declare my unabashed love for angela lansbury:
- my very very sweet dearly-departed grandmother loved murder mysteries like nobody’s business and she watched Murder She Wrote every single week, and I watched it with her. Happy memories.
- I grew up on her disney movie Bedknobs and Broomsticks, which everyone has forgotten now but it was pretty weird and cool? Basically Angela Lansbury is secretly a witch and at the end she fights Nazis by animating piles of empty armor into a magical army and kicks their asses.
- She originated the role of Mame in the musical on broadway and was fantastic and she and Bea Arthur in their BFFs/frenemies parts were kind of my role models for adulthood which probably explains a lot
- on the total other end of the spectrum she was spectacularly evil in The Manchurian Candidate and if you haven’t seen that you are in for a surprise friends.
Anyway, yay Angela Lansbury
omg, all of this. also Bedknobs and Broomsticks needs more mentions.
that bothers me too. I’m kind of a private person in regard to things going on in real life don’t like strangers all up in my business :C
Yeup. I mean, I feel a touch hypocritical because heaven knows I share some pretty personal things sometimes (like that whole drama yesterday). I guess the difference, to me, is that I’m choosing to share them, not hooking up an automated system that will share every little thing indiscriminately .
What I can’t fathom is who would want this in the first place. A lot of systems I have begun to understand through work, where sharing things across multiple platforms at once is really damn handy and helps productivity. But that is my job, not my personal life, and certainly not something like my shopping habits. It’s one thing to share a blog post you meant for public consumption along the lines of a blog-based facebook page or twitter feed, and indiscriminately blasting a (more than likely poorly written) product review at people who were probably never looking for that product in the first place.
Watch the entire “Let It Go” scene from Frozen featuring Idina Menzel performing as Elsa.
If you don’t wanna go see Frozen, this is the best 3:39 of the movie (except the short that plays beforehand). What a jam.
goosebumps every time!
Everyone stop what you’re doing and watch this, even if you don’t watch the whole movie. Just see this.