Betty White Reviews Deadpool 

I’m sure absolutely everyone has seen Betty White’s review of Deadpool by now but, as a huge Betty White & The Golden Girls fan, I had to share it.

Here’s Betty’s tweet:

LOVE. HER. SO. MUCH. And I agree – Deadpool is pretty f*%king good. You can read my Deadpool review HERE (but it’s not as entertaining as Betty’s).

**I dedicate this post to my fellow Golden Girls lovers – Melissa & Cara. 🙂 Melissa, I’m still cracking up about this photo you posted:

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Sir Patrick Stewart and Sir Ian McKellen Play The Newlywed Game

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I love these two so much! They’re so adorable. I love checking Patrick Stewart’s Twitter for new pictures of this “couple”. How cute is the one above??: Phoneboxes

Anyway! It looks like I’m late to the party on this but I had to share it anyway because it’s so sweet & hilarious. Here are Patrick Stewart & Ian McKellen playing The Newlywed Game. 🙂

John Hughes Movie Quote Of The Day: Sixteen Candles

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“I can’t believe this. They fucking forgot my birthday.”

Sixteen Candles (1984)

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**I’m loving this John Hughes blogathon! But I AM missing posting random stuff so, speaking of birthdays, Happy 71st birthday to David Cronenberg!

Here are My Top Five Films Directed By David Cronenberg, starting with my favorite:

1. The Fly
2. The Dead Zone
3. The Brood
4. Videodrome
5. Scanners

Honorable Mention:
A History Of Violence

Love these movies! I should really watch the remaining Cronenberg films I’ve not seen. And speaking of movies, I did watch another non-Hughes one last night: People Like Us. Hmm. I’ll give it a 6.5/10. Review to follow in April. Also, I’m excited to have finally reached 1,000 followers on Twitter! What should I do to celebrate that?? #ILoveToTweet

John Hughes Movie Art: Planes, Trains & Automobiles

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By artist Daniel Norris. See all his work here: Behance

**I’m keeping it “all things John Hughes” during this blogathon but I just had to mention this funny little exchange on Twitter last night:

The IPC, Screenkicker, Kloipy Speaks, and I had 15 minutes of fame & got our Twitter thread posted on this website HERE for a film called I Am A Ghost. Basically, Mr IPC Eric was tweeting about the film while watching it & got told off by the film’s writer & director H.P. Mendoza for not paying full attention to the movie (@hpmendoza & @iamaghostfilm). Funny stuff! We all had a good laugh about it & I’m sure Eric will do a full review of the film soon. 🙂

Patrick Stewart Demonstrates How to Moo in Different Cow Accents

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I haven’t wished everyone a Happy New Year yet so I’ll do it with a Patrick Stewart photo & a clip of him, um, mooing in various accents. Oh my god – it’s hilarious! Listen to it here: Laughing Squid

It’s a fairly long clip. He starts by explaining things in this way:

It’s not a simple, straightforward answer unlike, probably, any other country where cows moo as cows moo. In England, we’re dominated by class, by social status and by location. So, for example, a cow that is in the field next to my house in West Oxfordshire would moo in one kind of way, and a cow in a field in the semi-industrial town I grew up in in the North of England would moo in another kind of way.

Bwahaha! I love this dude. Patrick Stewart rules. He’s the only celebrity I really follow on Twitter because he’s hilarious & posts great photos (often with Ian McKellen) like the one above. Link: Sir Pat Stew

Happy New Year Everyone! I’m looking forward to a great 2014 of blogging with all you great people. 🙂