Taylor Dayne (Tig Notaro)
Heard her do this bit on This American Life recently. It was the funniest effin’ thing I’ve heard in a long time.
Le vin blanc avec le poisson ET le vin rouge avec la viande ET…

Le vin blanc avec le poisson ET le vin rouge avec la viande ET…

Piège Mortel (1982)

Piège Mortel (1982)

Miss Manton est Folle (1938)
Prenez vos dames fourrures!!

Miss Manton est Folle (1938)

Prenez vos dames fourrures!!

His Girl Friday - Between The Lines Edit

[A]ll the action without the dialogue - hard cuts for sound and picture only - strictly in chronological order.

Absolutely worth it for the first minute and a half alone, in which Cary Grant gives a master class in nonverbal communication.
ohrochester:

I know I’ve seen this movie! What’s it from?!


Who Done It?:-D

ohrochester:

I know I’ve seen this movie! What’s it from?!

Who Done It?

:-D
The Lady Babs

The Lady Babs

Blithe Spirit (1945)  
1½ stars for Margaret Rutherford for being hilarious without being buffoonish - ½ star for the awful print that made the movie look colorized (*shakes fist at Netflix*) + 1 star for Kay Hammond for putting the perfect edge on all of her many snide remarks (and not letting it bother her that she was green) - ½ star for pronouncing it “El-veera” (If ElvIra is good enough for the Oak Ridge Boys I don’t see why it’s not good enough for Noël Coward) + ½ star for Constance Cummings for being appropriately insufferable (I would take off some because I didn’t really care for her, but that hat she had to wear at the end seems punishment enough.) + 1½ stars for Rex Harrison’s totally fabulous siphon coffee maker

Blithe Spirit (1945)

1½ stars for Margaret Rutherford for being hilarious without being buffoonish - ½ star for the awful print that made the movie look colorized (*shakes fist at Netflix*) + 1 star for Kay Hammond for putting the perfect edge on all of her many snide remarks (and not letting it bother her that she was green) - ½ star for pronouncing it “El-veera” (If ElvIra is good enough for the Oak Ridge Boys I don’t see why it’s not good enough for Noël Coward) + ½ star for Constance Cummings for being appropriately insufferable (I would take off some because I didn’t really care for her, but that hat she had to wear at the end seems punishment enough.) + 1½ stars for Rex Harrison’s totally fabulous siphon coffee maker

Love Actually (2003)  
 ½ star for Billy Mack - ½ star for Juliet, Peter & Mark (Could I have cared less about them? Not much.) + 1½ stars for Jamie & Aurélia (Adorable.) +  ½ star for Harry, Karen, & Mia (That’s all for Emma Thompson) +  ½ star for David & Natalie (I’ve had “Jump” in my head pretty much ever since.) +  ½ star for Daniel, Sam & Joanna (Mostly for the kid, mostly for the airport scene) +  ½ star for Sarah, Karl and Michael - 3 stars for Colin (God, I hated everything about that) + 1½ stars for John and Judy (I would have watched a movie just about them.)

Love Actually (2003)

½ star for Billy Mack - ½ star for Juliet, Peter & Mark (Could I have cared less about them? Not much.) + 1½ stars for Jamie & Aurélia (Adorable.) + ½ star for Harry, Karen, & Mia (That’s all for Emma Thompson) + ½ star for David & Natalie (I’ve had “Jump” in my head pretty much ever since.) + ½ star for Daniel, Sam & Joanna (Mostly for the kid, mostly for the airport scene) + ½ star for Sarah, Karl and Michael - 3 stars for Colin (God, I hated everything about that) + 1½ stars for John and Judy (I would have watched a movie just about them.)

Wait for it…

(via EarlSinclair)