You remember the tag lines, even if you think you don’t. “Ooooooh, somebody stop me!” Or perhaps, “SSSSSSSSSMOKIN’!” Or even, “Hold on, Sugar! Daddy’s got a sweet tooth tonight!” Okay, maybe not that last one, but if you’ve got the time to rewatch The Mask, do it. It’s dated. It’s goofy. And boy, is it fun.
Yesterday morning in Sofia, Bulgaria, anti-Communist street artists painted over a monument commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Soviet "liberation" (i.e. a Communist coup d'état) of Bulgaria in 1944. Who did they add to the statue? The Joker, among others.
Oh, we had us a fine time tweeting our way through the Jim Carrey comic-and-cartoon inspired misfire, The Mask. In case you missed it, and Cameron Diaz's stunning movie debut, here's the cream of the crop.
Post Comic-Con insanity, we're back — taking it to the tweets to have a little fun with some genre "classics." Once again, you guys choose the Netflix-able movie and we'll bring the beer*. (No beer will be provided.)
Why do magical-ish comedies always feature these weird musical numbers? We don't know, but this song-and-dance routine from Son Of The Mask might be the weirdest, and most embarrassing. Magic allows Jamie Kennedy to blend country, hip-hop and Elvis. What?
Watching Alan Cumming unzip his head of cutsey braids as the "Scarecrow" in the SciFi Channel's Tin Man last night reminded me of another role he played as Nightcrawler, the crazy blue mutant from X-Men 2 . . . and another role as a freaky god named Loki in Son of the Mask. He's always this ambiguously gay elfish…