3. The Breakfast Club
1. You mentioned your Klout score in your cover letter.
Brains never hurt anyone, baby. Let spell check be your wingman.
The first group are films you have most likely seen, then there’s a few that there is a chance you may have not seen (although have definitely heard of), and then there are those that may have slipped through the…
I know maybe two male models who were offended by Zoolander and one of them’s European so he doesn’t get anything.
A plucky Gotham City reporter does a little investigating, and that story’s blown wide open. Fictional Pulitzer for sure.
She can do whatever the hell she wants, and I hope she’s having a lot of really incredible sex and feeling awesome about herself because she is beautiful and she should.
You’ve started seeing Brad Pitt. Everywhere.
If you get trapped by a mob of angry comic book fans, you scream: “Look! It’s Alan Moore and he brought scones!” And then you book it the other direction and don’t look back. Never look back and don’t stop running. Pretend it’s like Speed, except that you are the bus.
Everything is derivative, nothing is original and yeah, “Simpsons did it” — no one is saying otherwise. What we are arguing about is the claim by Suzanne Collins, author of The Hunger Games, that before handing in her manuscript, she had never heard of Battle Royale.