And an intelligent, athletic woman as the central character, who doesn't have to give up her career for the guy's sake! Scenes between women where they talk about something other than a man! That movie is the unicorn of romantic comedies.
I was extremely disappointed that the third bride wasn't called "Puppy" or "Pony."
New GOP campaign slogan: "Not racist, just deeply troubled (by all the visible black people and gays)."
I guessed the "It's a Small World" ride in Fantasy Land, but hey, six of one...
I have a neighbor who flings the clumps from her cat's clumping cat litter (including cat shit) out her bathroom window, onto the sidewalk. One day she will hit a belligerent drunk from the bar around the corner with a clay/cat scat missile and he will kill her. I can imagine many ways in which this idea will have similarly terrible and possibly tragic consequences.
There are also the "What did he/she say?" couples. One of them is deaf as a post and the other one stage whispers every other line of the film into the deaf one's skull.
"Coming soon to a theater near you: SATIS...All they wanted was a self-cleaning bathroom...but THEY GOT A NIGHTMARE."
Jesus Christ, I thought poor Lily Bart killed herself, but apparently she time-traveled to the 21st century, dragging the fears of an early 20th century, unemancipated, unskilled, unmarried woman with her.
So all of the places where it is not possible to live without longing for death on a regular basis have cheap cigarettes.
Because this special sort of jackass believes his opinions are, in fact, facts. He probably also describes himself as "babysitting" if his wife ever leaves him alone with their children.