My weekly TV column is up at Torontoist.
I don’t really understand this apparent groundswell towards Argo. It wasn’t bad or anything, but there was plenty of more deserving Oscar bait released this year.
It’s a movie about how making movies can save the day. I think that’s the reason.
I say this as an unabashed Ben Affleck fanboy.
“The Cult” sounds a LOT like the Fox network series “The Following” only with less Bacon and Mark Antony.
THIS CAUSES IT! THIS CAUSES IT! INFORMATION OVERLOAD! TECHNOLOGICAL FUCKIN’ CIVILIZATION!
Wait sorry are we not talking about Johnny Mnemonic?
I think you’re too harsh on Bobby Flay….at least give him credit that in his many years on Food Network he’s progressed from being an unlikeable douche to being and uncharismatic boob.
In Bobby’s defense, it’s very hard to be more telegenic than a well-arranged plate of raw fish. The Japanese have worked on that for over a thousand years.
I grew to actively dislike Bobby Flay during Throwdown, where the gimmick was that Food Network would offer someone who has been making say, doughnuts, for their entire life a TV special, and then SURPRISE! Your big break is actually an oppotunity to cook against Bobby Flay for the chance to be beaten at doughnut-making on television by someone who doesn’t know shit about doughnut-making but has a large, talented, underpaid staff to tutor him in doughnut-making! And you already signed the contract!
I’m pretty sure one episode had Flay beating someone at whatever it was on their birthday. So yeah, he’s a dull douche who puts peppers in every damn thing.
Your most obvious choices are Teen Mom 2.4 and Teen Mom 6.
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