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Truer words, blah blah blah

Posted by Gin on August 26, 2011

That Movie You Should Watch on Netflix Instead of That Movie Released in Theaters Today

Instead of Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark:
Watch the miniseries The Kennedys. Seeing one movie starring Katie Holmes is like seeing every movie starring Katie Holmes, because Katie Holmes is only capable of portraying Katie Holmes attempting to be a character I like to call Someone Else. Someone Else can be anyone, really, from a woman dealing with the monsters that are terrorizing her family in a haunted house to a woman dealing with being Jackie Kennedy. To Ms. Holmes, every character is herself as Someone Else and Someone Else usually does that thing with her mouth.

Wait, aren’t you reading The Hairpin? No? What is wrong with you? Because you should be, just for their Scandals of Classic Hollywood series alone. And also Ask A Clean Person. Good stuff, all of it. Just add it to your Reader. Trust.


4 Responses to “Truer words, blah blah blah”

  1. Alyx said

    The girl who writes that Hairpin series was in grad school with me at UT. True facts.

  2. Gin said

    And I toooootally follow her own blog as well! I would love to have beers with this lady.

  3. Thanks a ton for using some time in order to compose “Truer words, blah blah blah Butter On My Sweet Potato”.
    Thanks a ton once more -Garfield

  4. E juice said

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