I’m still not sure what to think about this, but Spouse sent me a hilarious link about a supposed Lifetime movie starring Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell.
Real movie, fake movie, April Fool’s joke, or whatever, the fact that he sent it still made me laugh.
Because the secret truth is that I love a good Lifetime movie, the cornier and the more innocent-girl-gets-caught-up-in-deadly-murder/prostitution/drug/adoption scam-ring, the better.
Have you seen this gem?
I finally got around to watching Wes Anderson’s newest film, “The Grand Budapest Hotel” last weekend.
One zillion thumbs waaaaay up.
While not an official main character, the pastries from the fictional Mendl’s Bakery play a major role.
Here’s how to make the Courtesan au Chocolat.
P.S. His tropes.
I am embarrassingly excited about the upcoming theatrical release of “The Muppets Most Wanted.”
Here’s the trailer if you haven’t seen it already.
Which Muppet are you most like? Find out here. (Naturally, I am Miss Piggy).
With the new film there is the requisite merchandise, including this tie-in with Philosophy:
I am sorely tempted.
One of my (younger) coworkers is my go-to source for everything that is seriously cool.
It doesn’t matter if it’s street food in Singapore, late night DJ sets in London, or the top diving spots in the Pacific Rim, he knows what he’s talking about. The best part is that all of this information is spot-on and comes with zero attitude, so when he makes a suggestion, I listen up.
Like his recommendation to watch this movie:
Lena Dunham’s opus from 2010 is near perfection.
The awkwardness just about killed me.
I loved it so much that I watched it twice in a row.
P.S. It’s available for streaming on Netflix or rental through YouTube. Watch it now.