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Confession:  I absolutely loved A Goofy Movie back in the day.  So, needless to say, I was pretty happy to find this just a few moments ago.

A guy and his (copious, extremely helpful) friends created a shot-for-shot live action recreation of the opening number of the movie, “After Today.”  Watch, and enjoy.  It’s super fun, and I respect a person who has this much time and imagination on their hands.  Seriously, how non-sober does one have to be to come up with an idea like this?  Love it.

I just hope they do a sequel.  May I suggest the scene where Max performs Powerline’s hit, “Stand Out” at the school assembly?  It’d be a step up in terms of how challenging the project would be, but I’m pretty sure they could pull it off.

I didn’t watch the Super Bowl, but I did see some of the ads.  Here’s one that really lit the fire of my ire.

It’s called “Man’s Last Stand.”  In summary, it’s basically a bunch of men complaining about how women stifle their apish tendencies, thus making them behave like normal human beings.  Apparently all their suffering at the hands of women means that they totally deserve a Dodge Charger.

Yeah, I’m not buying it.  I’m sick and tired of women being constantly portrayed as this naggy, nit-picky, controlling force that stifles the manliness of men.  Clearly I’m not alone.  Some crafty women created a response “commercial,” which is naturally titled, “Woman’s Last Stand.”

Yes, it takes the same stereotypical stance as the male version of the commercial.  However, this one mentions a few real reasons why women have a right to be angry (like unequal wages), and they never ask for a car as payment.  I feel like watching it over and over again.

I’ve been listening to music a lot while doing my homework, and specifically I’ve been listening to Broadway musical songs a ton.  I always go through phases with that, it’s not something I listen to consistently, not really (although I could listen to Spring Awakening any time).  So I just thought I’d share some of the stuff I’ve been listening to and whatnot.

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…when you could watch this video instead (although I’m guessing that acid would make it so much more awesome… but I’m not advocating that).

“Sophisticated Side Ponytail (Extended Version)” by Natalie Portman’s Shaved Head.

I want to hang out with these people.  And maybe we can go see Shamu (even though… didn’t Shamu die not too long ago?).

…watch this:

What amazing/hysterical dancing.  I’m still not convinced that this isn’t just some really tiny adult doing the dancing.

Just a compendium of awful songs and their awful music videos.  Enjoy.

Rusko Star – “Attention Whore”

Amazingly cheesy.

Millionaires – “Alcohol”

A handful of sorority girls with bad dye jobs attempt hip hop.

Aiden – “One Love”

Ridiculous, weepy, strange emo rock.

Complete – “Hoogie-Boogie Land”

Seems like something that Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly would do in a movie, but it’s all too real.

Chris Dane Owens – “Shine on Me”

A music video for 90s-era, adult contemporary type music, masquerading as a trailer for a fantasy film in the vein of “Lord of the Rings.”  I know it’s complex, so just watch it.

Mark Gormley – “Without You”

Words cannot express how awful this is.  The intro makes it even better.

brokeNCYDE – “Freaxxx”

I think you can tell just from the title that this is going to suck.  And it just goes downhill from there.  Screamo/emo/hip-hop, who would’ve thought such a thing existed?

I kind of want a cheeseburger now…

This woman’s name is Susan Boyle.  She appeared on “Britain’s Got Talent,” because her dream is to become a singer, even though she’s already in her 40s.  She sings “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables, and seeing her sing it is like watching dreams come true.  When she first walks out, you will not even begin to expect the singing that is to come.  It’s very compelling and inspiring.

C Me Dance.  This is some of the best acting I have ever seen.  I am speechless to describe its beauty.  In theaters nationwide April 3rd.



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