Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Terrific short film called 'First Kiss'

Kissing someone for the first time can be awkward, exciting, nerve wracking and wonderful all at the same time.


In this short film, director Tatia Pilieva asks a few random strangers to kiss for the first time.  What happens is both funny and beautiful.




Seeing people react before the kiss and after is quite amazing.



Watch Pailieva's film 'First Kiss'



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpbDHxCV29A#t=152

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Miss Coco Peru Plays "Grand Theft Auto V"

I haven't laughed this hard in a while.

For those of you who aren't familiar with Miss Coco Peru, she is fantastic.  Check her out in the film 'Trick' or her cameo in 'To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar'.


Here, you can watch her play the violent and hilarious "Grand Theft Auto V".  Her commentary is terrific.

Enjoy!





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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Seth Rogen Alzheimer's activist!

Seth Rogen (Knocked Up, Pineapple Express) recently gave a hilarious yet touching speech before a Senate hearing on Alzheimer research.

He started Hilarity for Charity an organization dedicated to helping Alzheimer victims and their families.





Sunday, February 23, 2014

George Takei's Letter to Arizona regarding "Turn Away Gay" Bill

George Takei is amazing.  He has taken it upon himself to be a voice for the LGBTQ community by writing an eloquent and passionate letter to the state of Arizona.



Title:
RAZING ARIZONA

Dear Arizona,

  Congratulations. You are now the first state actually to pass a bill permitting businesses–even those open to the public–to refuse to provide service to LGBT people based on an individual’s “sincerely held religious belief.” This “turn away the gay” bill enshrines discrimination into the law. Your taxi drivers can refuse to carry us. Your hotels can refuse to house us. And your restaurants can refuse to serve us.

  Kansas tried to pass a similar law, but had the good sense to not let it come up for a vote. The quashing came only after the Kansas Chamber of Commerce and other traditional conservative groups came out strongly against the bill. 

 But not you, Arizona. You’re willing to ostracize and marginalize LGBT people to score political points with the extreme right of the Republican Party. You say this bill protects “religious freedom,” but no one is fooled. When I was younger, people used “God’s Will” as a reason to keep the races separate, too. Make no mistake, this is the new segregation, yours is a Jim Crow law, and you are about to make yourself ground zero

This bill also saddens me deeply. Brad and I have strong ties to Arizona. Brad was born in Phoenix, and we vacation in Show Low. We have close friends and relatives in the state and spend weeks there annually. We even attended the Fourth of July Parade in Show Low in 2012, looking like a pair of Arizona ranchers. 

 The law is breathtaking in its scope. It gives bigotry against us gays and lesbians a powerful and unprecedented weapon. But your mean-spirited representatives and senators know this. They also know that it is going to be struck down eventually by the courts. But they passed it anyway, just to make their hateful opinion of us crystal clear. 

 So let me make mine just as clear. If your Governor Jan Brewer signs this repugnant bill into law, make no mistake. We will not come. We will not spend. And we will urge everyone we know–from large corporations to small families on vacation–to boycott. Because you don’t deserve our dollars. Not one red cent. 

 And maybe you just never learn. In 1989, you voted down recognition of the Martin Luther King holiday, and as a result, conventions and tourists boycotted the state, and the NFL moved the Superbowl to Pasadena. That was a $500 million mistake. 

 So if our appeals to equality, fairness, and our basic right to live in a civil society without doors being slammed in our face for being who we are don’t move you, I’ll bet a big hit to your pocketbook and state coffers will. 

George Takei


Friday, February 14, 2014

Valentine's Day cards for the Movie Fan in your Life

On their Facebook page, Focus Features posted some of the best Valentine's day cards!





Head over to Facebook to see the other great cards from Focus Features!