Our Commenters of the Week Win a Slurred Rendition of 'Always Be My Baby'!
If you were touched by Mariah Carey's Daydream single "Always Be My Baby" in the '90s, the tears will come right back when she serenades you with her eight-octave hiccups and monotone lyric changes. "You'll always bee a paaa-HAAARRR-tt of mmeeeee... she'll begin, just before muttering something incoherent to "Director Leeeeeeee Daniels, that little shit, I'm drunk up here, dammit. Rawr." You and your fellow commenting champions can also sing the "doo-doo-DOO-dum" parts in drunken unison, as long as you bring small animals for our chanteuse to pet. So who's leaving with the aural bliss?
Tommy U on How Much TV is Actually Green Screen: "So, in On the Town when we see Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, and Jules Munshin in Manhattan, it's green screen? Or back in 1949, did they have to use the primitive, inferior technique of actually being there?"
theescapist on The Na'vi Invade Hollywood: A Photo Gallery: "Hell is other Na'vi."
Dimo on The Na'vi Invade Hollywood: A Photo Gallery: There are a few Na'vi down on Santa Monica Blvd, that for a few dollars more , will let you "make the bond".
Mitch on Our Family Wedding: When Forest Whitaker, Carlos Mencia and a Goat on Viagra Collide: "Forest Whitaker hits bottom in... Hmm" Ah ah ah, a certain Battlefield Earth would like to have a word with you."
Strepsi on Michael Cera: The Movieline Interview: Name one single star or character actor who did NOT play the same type again and again. From Cary Grant to Bette Davis to the greatest actress of all time, Thelma Ritter, having a type and a style of delivery is an asset. Team Cera, he makes me laugh. And I have cleared up his gender with my husband.
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