Middle Earth has its own David Blaine. Unfortunately.
There’s only one way to tell people you mean business and that’s staring them down. You could also verbally tell them, but peering through their souls is so much more intense.
The Return of the King is an awesome movie. But, if you watch it again, you’ll notice that there are roughly seven different times where the movie could have comfortably ended, and then another ending scene is tacked on. You can argue the value of most of these unnecessary scenes, but not the part when Frodo wakes up in the enormous bed and then everyone comes in to excitedly greet him and have lots of weird slow laughter and creepy soft light that makes everybody look like cherub figurines. It’s embarrassing to watch.
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Then a giant iPad jumped up behind Orlando and joined in too! It was weird.
Mumford & Sons and Gandalf pretty much sound the same. They both talk in series of vague and blurry metaphors about nature, truth, and darkness to the point where you can’t really understand what they’re saying but you know somehow it’s wise. See if you can differentiate between a Mumford & Sons lyric and a Gandalf quote.
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With the Supreme Court tackling the Defense of Marriage Act, we’ve all seen people on social media showing their support by changing their avatars to red “Marriage Equality” equals signs. Of course, with the internet being the internet, a meme was born. Continue
Now that’s just precious, _precious_ commitment.
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Easier drawn than done.
“The other day my boyfriend cuddled up around me saying “My Precious” you like Gollum. Is it weird that I was strangely flattered and also thought it kind of hot.”
Reasons To See The Hobbit For The Xth time [Click to continue reading]
1st time: It’s Peter Jackson and I loved The Lord of the Rings so this has to be good.
2nd time: I fell asleep because I went to the midnight screening. I have to see it a second time to make sure I understood the whole movie and didn’t miss something.
3rd time: I can’t really be sure that there isn’t some after-credits scene unless I’ve stayed in the theater until after the credits. I have to see it a third time.
4th and 5th time: How big a difference can there really be between forty-eight frames per second and twenty-four frames per second. The only way to know is to see both of them right after each other.
6th time: Verification for/contribution to www.moviemistakes.com
7th time: I could probably write a review of this thing. Would people read that? I’ll bring some paper and write down some thoughts.
8th time: Ugh, it’s too dark to write with pen on paper. new idea: LIVE TWEETING IT!