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29 July 2006 @ 12:29 am
Title: Project Runway
Episode: 3x03
Author/Director/Artist: Bravo/Heidi Klum
Media Type: TV
Reviewer: charlotteschaos
Summary: The third episode of Project Runway.

Fashion has no mercy.Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: devious
Current Music: Daft Punk - Harder Better Faster Stronger
 
 
26 July 2006 @ 08:08 pm
As before, spoilers will likely be contained in the comments.

Discussion is built around 3x03 airing at 9pm CST, but feel free to dive in later!

Anyone else goofing around on the Bravo site's Fashion Face Off?

Also, who is your favorite designer so far?

Haikus welcome.
 
 
Current Mood: chipperchipper
 
 
20 July 2006 @ 10:38 pm
Title: Runaways
Volume: 2, Issue #18 (released 7-19-06)
Author/Artist: Vaughan/Alphona
Media Type: Comics
Reviewer: aphrodite_mine
Summary: As the cover states, "One of these Runaways is about to die". And there's pimp cane action!

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19 July 2006 @ 06:52 pm
Or... possibly my masturbation if no one shows up. But feel free to come by and comment before, during or after the show with speculation, observations, or just to express your fear of Malan.

Spoilers will likely come up in the comments, so be aware!
 
 
Current Location: BRAVO
Current Mood: excitedexcited
 
 
17 July 2006 @ 02:16 am
Title: Project Runway
Episode: 3x1
Author/Director/Artist: Bravo/Heidi Klum
Media Type: TV
Reviewer: charlotteschaos
Summary: The first episode of Project Runway: all kooks are invited to imitate anyone who amuses them.

I have no top three picks yet, because... keerist these people are nutty.Collapse )
 
 
 
14 July 2006 @ 08:52 pm
dazifudo pointed me to this review of Justin Timberlake's new single, SexyBack, in the New York Times. It's really fascinating, sort of positing that Justin is actually trying to make a statement with this song about male sexuality and being loved for being pretty and stuff. Only they say it better:
In this context, Mr. Timberlake’s new song is a surprising act of defiance. “SexyBack” was produced by Timbaland, along with Mr. Timberlake and Timbaland’s protégé Nate Hills, and there’s a techno-derived dance beat so sharp and so emaciated that it can’t help sounding paranoid. The lyrics begin with Mr. Timberlake purring his manifesto: “I’m bringing sexy back/Them other boys don’t know how to act.” So he teaches them.

There is a woman in this story: a “dirty babe,” according to Mr. Timberlake. (Naturally, the epithet sounds more appealing when he sings it.) But she’s a minor character, upstaged by the “dirty babe” behind the microphone. And not just upstaged: the more he sings, the more Mr. Timberlake sounds as if he’s campaigning to replace her. “Girl, let me make up for the things you lack,” he moans. After all, she’s not the one “bringing sexy back”; she’s just watching him do it.

It's a really good review. I think maybe (just maybe) they're giving Justin a little too much credit with this whole "statement making" thing, but then again, if there's one person who knows what it's like to be loved based solely on being pretty it's Justin. Or Britney. But also Justin.
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07 July 2006 @ 10:09 pm
Title: X-Men
Volume: #187
Author/Artist: Milligan/Larroca
Media Type: Comics
Reviewer: sionnain (Yeah, I read a lot of comics, k?)
Summary: In which Sunfire and Remy have a bumbling sort of rescue attempt for no real reason, Remy tries to off his girlfriend in a complete and utter misunderstanding of Buddhism, Lorna fights back, Pulse displays possibly the worst timing ever, Mystique is fabulous, and a surprise guest shows up on the very last page...

(That bit there at the end is to get you to read the recap, see.)

X-Men, the title commonly referred to as Adjectiveless, because it doesn't have an Adjective. What? I didn't make it up, okay? Some people call it Titleless, and I hope you don't really need me to explain that.Collapse )
 
 
27 June 2006 @ 08:51 pm
Title: Ultimate X-Men
Volume: #71
Author/Artist: Kirkman/Oliver
Media Type: Comics
Reviewer: sionnain
Summary: In which Charles Xavier continues to be the MacDaddy of young women, and Jean Grey goes just slightly crazy, and people in cults are proven to be horrible liars!

Scott Summers, turn on the light, man! How else will you see the creepy, tiny goblins climbing all over your girlfriend?Collapse )
 
 
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
 
 
18 June 2006 @ 07:18 pm
Title: An Inconvenient Truth
Featuring: Al Gore
Reviewer: phaballa
Summary: This is a film that, on the surface, educates and warns us about the dangers of global warming and in the inevitable and terrible consequences thereof. But moreso than that, it's about the apathy of the American public and the ways in which that tranfers over to the political system. In conclusion: I love Al Gore.

So there's this frog, and it's slowly boiling to death, but it can't even tell because the water is heating up so slowly, and then it totally--gets rescued. But don't worry, it's just a metaphor. For, you know, the earth slowly boiling itself to death.Collapse )
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Current Music: Step by Step - NKOTB
 
 
Title: Veronica Mars
Episode: 2.05 "Blast From the Past"
Media Type: television
Reviewer: cinaminsweet
Summary: Veronica helps Jackie find out who stole her credit card.

It's Veronica's world, we just live in itCollapse )
 
 
Current Mood: blahblah
Current Music: Momentary Thing-Something Happens