We love high school movies for their comedy and relatable conflicts, but we often get too wrapped up in the same aesthetics portrayed in every plot.
If you’ve booked your trip with any of the eight following types of people, you will need a serious escape plan. Now.
If you’re gonna love Marilyn Monroe, you’ve gotta love Lindsay Lohan.
After working with Tom Cruise, a Hollywood dialect coach (whose name I won’t reveal) once described him to me as being “emotionally frozen in time” at the age he was catapulted to stardom — around 21. Is that what happens to all these young mortals who are inflated to god-like status?
I’m not sure we can actually CALL this singing. Legally.
Sometimes I worry about my generation. Scratch that, sometimes I worry about myself.
“Oh my god,” she squealed in recognition. “Ha, I went to one of her shows in middle school or something. I remember, I even got her autograph afterwards.”
1. Oh my god, mom, it’s a built-in wedge.
2. Kick out the camera crew constantly.
If not, maybe Lynette Scavo’s neighbor Susan Mayer could star in American Horror Story: Teri Hatcher’s Face.