Monday, April 30, 2007
Sunday, April 29, 2007
Thursday, April 26, 2007
Ha! Totally loved this! Lisa Kudrow and Hellen Mirren are G-d!
And can someone please tell those Pawtrol, Gellar, Knightley and Blunt women to stop being gorgeous, or I'll end up becoming straight.
And Hugh Grant! Meet me in the red room...
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Monday, April 23, 2007
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Saturday, April 21, 2007
1. Open iTunes (or whatever ya got)
2. Put it on shuffle and press play
3. For every question, type the song that's playing
4. Make up a Title and choose your Cast
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Did you notice the Vogue-ish dance moves by the end?
Sou/adoro Sophie Ellis-Bextor!!!!!!!!
[Song: Take Me Home - Sophie Ellis-Bextor]
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
Yeah Mr. Right you suck ass badly!! Where the fuck are you? I wanna dance on the streets like Björk!
[Song: Vogue - Madonna]
Sunday, April 15, 2007
This one is by one of the the top 3 best Brazillian composers alive [considred by many the best]: Chico Buarque. The song is perfectly constructed both lyrically and musically, sounding endless it could play repeatedly like a plot-samba from a samba school. The lyrics go about a man desperatedly in love, losing his head to the woman ["pelas tabelas" could be translated literally "on the table"; in Portuguese that means "to lose the mind"]. Here again you'll have Roberta Sá singing it with a full and increasing arrangement. I've been totally addicted to it because of this sense of loop the song has, as if I cannot stop listening to it. And I can't! I totally love it!
Saturday, April 14, 2007
Thursday, April 12, 2007
This London [Ontario] born actress got me by surprise in her stellar turn in 2004's Mean Girls. My main goal in watching the movie was to see Lindsay Lohan's first critic praised role, but on my first screening of the movie, even loving Lohan's job it was McAdams and her wonderful Regina George who got me. McAdams gave us a character so diabolically funny that you could not not love her; Regina's meanness always felt real and tangible even when the film got goofy and over-the-top and Rachel ended up creating an icon. You felt like Cady, hating that horrible bitch but at the same time desiring to be around her. Later I totally fell in love with the woman: I rented The Notebook - meh movie wonderful performances, - ran crazily to the movies to see her captivating and heartpounding job in Red Eye and absolutely loved her sarcasm in The Family Stone. Things I didn't know: she was considered for the role of Andrea Sachs in Prada and turned down MI3 [good girl!] and Cassino Royale [she's forgiven, Eva Green was perfect].