Our Commenters of the Week Win A Grammy Nomination for Best New Artist!
It doesn't matter if you commented here for the first time 14 years ago. Movieline, like the Grammy committee, is validating the efforts of youngsters and oldsters alike with the most flexible award of them all: the Grammy for Best New Artist. Have I not met you before? You're new to me! Just like the Silversun Pickups, the Dixie Chicks, or the Blues Brothers, really. So who leaves the Movieline dais with a trophy?
Martini Shark on 5 Things Steven Seagal Taught Us on Lawman: Did he offer any zen on how to channel your character while having a stunt stand-in do all your action moves in direct-to-rental action titles? That is his specialty these days.
The Winchester on Still-Jailed Roman Polanski Coming Up Short in $4.5 Million Bail Quest: I wonder if he's used his prison time wisely, to properly weigh the issues between his choice of Team Edward or Team Jacob.
Daft Clown on ABC Unveils a Strict Post-Lambert Performance Contract: According to Anne Sweeney, the Disney/ABC audience would prefer to live in a world in which homosexuality simply does not exist. I beg to differ though, because I recall Beauty and the Beast's Lumiere as being an unabashed flamer and the kids still loved him.
Dimo on 5 Unbeatable Harlem Globetrotter Appearances on TV, in Honor of Our Favorite Amazing Race Team: I'm pretty sure they took a cruise on The Love Boat as well. Rumor has it that Meadowlark Lemon wasn't happy with his lines, because Julie/Lauren Tewes was snorting them all.
Furious D on Tough Break, Charlie Brown: Apparently to make up for bumping Charlie Brown, President Obama is going to have to dance like Snoopy at the end of the speech.
Congrats to all our winners!