Jennifer Coolidge, who appeared opposite Fred Willard in the revered mockumentary films Best in Show and A Mighty Wind, remembers the late actor as a “comic genius” with a rare gift for improvisation and extreme commitment to his craft. “He had such an innate sense of what funny was, and he was so in tune he could just blindside you,”
Trump impersonators get the stupidity, narcism, racism and cruelty down. But listen to the real source. The comedians never deliver that crusty/oily, lying evil voice-in-one-ear, that the real Trump uses, and his followers seem oblivious to. It’s fucking creepy.
He’s always done it. That delivery is one of his biggest tells, when he lies.
“The greatest thing you can say about Adolf Hitler, is that he killed Adolf Hitler.”
– John Oliver
On the surface, it’s a generic send-off of the fantasy genre that plays like a watered down version of The Princess Bride (with a little less heart and a little more snark). But Galavant has a trick up its sleeve — it’s also a musical.
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A great little horror-comedy from New Zealand!
The first episode of ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ aired.
In 1999, audiences were flooded with teen movies and TV shows that would become modern classics. The world seemed to belong to high schoolers: She’s All That, American Pie, and Varsity Blues ruled theaters, while Dawson’s Creek, Party of Five, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer reigned on TV. But there was one show that debuted that year, Freaks and Geeks, that came and went with hardly a mainstream peep. Its cast was full of unknown actors, its characters weren’t “hot” in any conventional sense, and they weren’t wearing whipped cream bikinis or fighting demons.