I just fell in love.
Is it possible to marry a film?
Siri, please wipe my tears.
Theodore works for Star-Lord, apparently.
Please let me be his Mrs. Twombly.
I like future Los Angeles.
Scarlett’s sultry tones are magnetic.
Kudos to you moving aside, Samantha Morton.
That surrogate shit be cray.
Get excited about future games.
That little cartoon dude begs for abuse.
Everybody loves Mr. Adam Spiegel.
Here’s to Oscar-winning Spike Jonze.
And dedicatees Yauch, Savides, Sendak and Gandolfini.
Don’t go humping the fridge.
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It’s quite simple, really.
Wreck-It Ralph starts with this:
…and has Jane Lynch on top quickfire form:
There’s absolutely none of this:
Hell, go and see Wreck-It Ralph an extra five times just to ensure you’re completely cleansed of all I Give It A Year and Hitchcock’s dirty, dirty residue.
Wreck-It Ralph, I Give It A Year and Hitchcock are all released in UK cinemas tomorrow.
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Tagged 2013, anthony hopkins, calhoun, dan mazer, february, film, helen mirren, hitchcock, i give it a year, jane lynch, movies, owl city, rafe spall, rich moore, sacha gervasi, scarlett johansson, stephen merchant, when can i see you again?, wreck-it ralph