What did the five fingers say to the face?

enframed

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bullshit bullshit bullshit

[Power of the Dog] was total fkn bullshit
Worst film I have seen in some time. Just awful. Every time Bronco Henry was mentioned I just LOLed. OMG that was ridiculous. The kid was good, as was Dunst.

Did you see Drive My Car or The Worst Person in the World?

Need to see both.
Drive my Car is good. Probably longer than it needs to be (you'll see why I say and agree or not) but it was good.

I wanna see The Worst Person in the World, and Summer of Soul.

Coda
I don't really care to see.
 
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One-Off

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I’m having a hard time figuring out why this is political. Hal, why is this political?
Because it reminds us of Hal and Gromsdad ?

ps in the meantime, to get back to politics, why were they so silent on Ukraine? I did not see one blue and yellow flag...
 

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Worst film I have seen in some time. Just awful. Every time Bronco Henry was mentioned I just LOLed. OMG that was ridiculous. The kid was good, as was Dunst.



Drive my Car is good. Probably longer than it needs to be (you'll see why I say and agree or not) but it was good.

I wanna see The Worst Person in the World, and Summer of Soul.

Coda
I don't really care to see.
THANK YOU!!!!

Summer of Soul is reallllly cool...I think you'll dig it. the music and footage are great.

I have heard good things about CODA, I have a deaf cousin so I'm a bit predisposed

TWPITW looks interesting...this is why I think foreign movies are where it's at...they do more storytelling instead of making a product to be repackaged for china and other world markets

PS. I saw tire spikes yesterday and laughed....
 

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I’M TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET, AND THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE MY CONTROVERSIAL OSCARS NIGHT
by EMILY FLAKE


I’m just gonna go ahead and say it—Will Smith stole my night. With that one theatrical slap, he undid months of work, not just by me, but by my entire team of stylists. I could overlook it if I’d just shown up in Dior women’s wear. After all, Harry Styles has been showing up in women’s wear to everything, so it’s not like I would have expected those ripples to be huge. But I showed up in Dior women’s wear and no shirt, and that, people, is a Discourse Move.
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Except now, of course, The Discourse will be about duels and alopecia. Truly, when I slid the sumptuous fabric of my lace blazer over my sleeveless arms, I thought the only smooth skin anyone would be talking about tonight was the stuff on my chest, visible for all to see and enjoy. Leave it to Jada Pinkett Smith to show up with a medical condition and hog the entire spotlight.
Look, if we’re being honest, I would have been a little put out by that alone. But then her devoted husband had to go full pistols-at-dawn at Chris Rock for that tired G.I. Jane reference, and now NOBODY is talking about my gender-bending bravery and my luscious, buttery bare chest. Seriously, my chest is like if a bolt of silk made love to a saucer of the freshest cream, but will that be the headline today? Most certainly not!
Instead of talking about my bold attempt to play with my own masculinity, all anyone’s gonna be talking about is Will Smith’s, and whether it’s the toxic kind or not. Will anyone even remember that I came dressed as the perfect sex matador? That my pendant dangled seductively mid-chest, inviting your gaze lower? That I wore a lace overlay that somehow made you imagine things about my dick? Of course not; they’ll be too busy tearing each other apart over whether or not violence is ever the answer and if it’s equally toxic white feminism to say it’s not. And for this, I will never forgive Will Smith or Chris Rock. Or feminists, even though I definitely am one.
Just you wait: this entire week will be nothing but blue-check Twitter brawls and straight-faced think pieces in legacy publications. Eventually, it’ll all settle down, but by the time it does no one will even remember my boots. And yet Will, Jada, and Chris will all still be unimaginably famous and wealthy. How is this fair??
https://store.mcsweeneys.net/products/illustoria-subscription
Anyway, I hope you’re all happy. This week was gonna be a glorious rain of Timothée Chalamet nip-slip memes, but instead, you’re all in for a year-plus of slap memes, Lupita Nyong’o reaction .gifs, and late-night jokes cribbed from Facebook comments. And speaking of nip-slips, I don’t even get to walk away with best bare chest of the night. Thanks a LOT, Venus Williams. You know what? Maybe next time, I’ll just stay home. Or worse, show up in Carhartt.



 

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Seriously, my chest is like if a bolt of silk made love to a saucer of the freshest cream

would bang
 

Your Moms Dildo

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I’M TIMOTHÉE CHALAMET, AND THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE MY CONTROVERSIAL OSCARS NIGHT
by EMILY FLAKE


I’m just gonna go ahead and say it—Will Smith stole my night. With that one theatrical slap, he undid months of work, not just by me, but by my entire team of stylists. I could overlook it if I’d just shown up in Dior women’s wear. After all, Harry Styles has been showing up in women’s wear to everything, so it’s not like I would have expected those ripples to be huge. But I showed up in Dior women’s wear and no shirt, and that, people, is a Discourse Move.
https://store.mcsweeneys.net/products/quarterly-concern-subscription
Except now, of course, The Discourse will be about duels and alopecia. Truly, when I slid the sumptuous fabric of my lace blazer over my sleeveless arms, I thought the only smooth skin anyone would be talking about tonight was the stuff on my chest, visible for all to see and enjoy. Leave it to Jada Pinkett Smith to show up with a medical condition and hog the entire spotlight.
Look, if we’re being honest, I would have been a little put out by that alone. But then her devoted husband had to go full pistols-at-dawn at Chris Rock for that tired G.I. Jane reference, and now NOBODY is talking about my gender-bending bravery and my luscious, buttery bare chest. Seriously, my chest is like if a bolt of silk made love to a saucer of the freshest cream, but will that be the headline today? Most certainly not!
Instead of talking about my bold attempt to play with my own masculinity, all anyone’s gonna be talking about is Will Smith’s, and whether it’s the toxic kind or not. Will anyone even remember that I came dressed as the perfect sex matador? That my pendant dangled seductively mid-chest, inviting your gaze lower? That I wore a lace overlay that somehow made you imagine things about my dick? Of course not; they’ll be too busy tearing each other apart over whether or not violence is ever the answer and if it’s equally toxic white feminism to say it’s not. And for this, I will never forgive Will Smith or Chris Rock. Or feminists, even though I definitely am one.
Just you wait: this entire week will be nothing but blue-check Twitter brawls and straight-faced think pieces in legacy publications. Eventually, it’ll all settle down, but by the time it does no one will even remember my boots. And yet Will, Jada, and Chris will all still be unimaginably famous and wealthy. How is this fair??
https://store.mcsweeneys.net/products/illustoria-subscription
Anyway, I hope you’re all happy. This week was gonna be a glorious rain of Timothée Chalamet nip-slip memes, but instead, you’re all in for a year-plus of slap memes, Lupita Nyong’o reaction .gifs, and late-night jokes cribbed from Facebook comments. And speaking of nip-slips, I don’t even get to walk away with best bare chest of the night. Thanks a LOT, Venus Williams. You know what? Maybe next time, I’ll just stay home. Or worse, show up in Carhartt.



Emily Flake is GWS?

That actually explains a lot.
 
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When a couple of guys who were up to no good
Started making trouble in my neighborhood
I got in one little fight and my mom got scared
She said, "You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel-Air"
 
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If any of us got up on stage and slapped somebody we would be escorted from the building and not allowed back in.

On an evening that so many women scored big awards all we are talking about is a violent act perpetrated by a man regarding his domestic life. When Jada or Will walk into a room hosted by a comedian they are no longer a couple, they are individual public figures. If any of us have been to a Comedy Show before you know you are a target just being in the audience. Jada didnt need Will to go up there and protect her honor, she could have done that all by herself. This is an obvious display of their relationships dysfunctionality. Smith just showed himself to be a weak Fallen Angel, and showed Hollyweird to be a Full Of sh!t House of Crazy and rigged ballot boxes. Smith should have been thrown out immediately.