cameronscheetz
Cameron Scheetz
cameronscheetz
May 4
1

I know it should be perfectly obvious that actors can transform— that’s the entire job—nevertheless I’m gobsmacked by how much Jodi Turner-Smith disappeared completely in the role of Greer. And whomever in another kinja said this woman should be Storm when Marvel reboots the X-Men is completely right.

May 3
22

Frank is a fucking dipshit. He was married to Mare, he should know that if she comes in wanting to speak to you right now, and you’re with a group of people, you don’t blow her off; you promptly excuse yourself and go talk to her outside (like way outside), because she will make a scene. I was yelling at him, “What, Read more

Apr 30
2

Has there been some kind of study that has found that putting “joy” into titles results in more readers?

Apr 28
1

Without Remorse was a great read. Glad this is finally being made, although I think it would be better as a limited series. 8-12 episodes I think would be a good run.

Apr 27
3

As a teenager, I found American Pie to be a gross, unpleasant movie with maybe one or two funny lines. And it was inescapable. Read more

Apr 27
6

As a teenager, I found American Pie to be a gross, unpleasant movie with maybe one or two funny lines. And it was inescapable. Read more

Apr 27
10

I got it as a gay movie for a gay audience, without having a straight character that validates it, a straight point of view or any other of the tropes about trauma, violence or death that crowds the rest of the gay movies. I think it loves gays. 

Apr 27
10

Wish I watched when i was a teen! I avoided gay movies because if a gay scene appeared while watching with people I’d be in sheer terror I’d be found out. Being a kid faggot is hard when I look back on it :(

Apr 27
10

If you were a young viewer learning about sex for the first time from these films (as so may were) it was almost as if these straight white boys were the only ones allowed to feel this way. Read more

Apr 27
5

i love this movie and its sequel. this was a really good article i liked hearing the history of it. also nice to know todd stephens made a new movie. ive loved all the ones he did so ill be sure to watch swan song when i can.

Apr 27
11

I watched a few years ago - I didn't earlier because I got burnt out by the gay movie tropes - and when it ended I found myself thinking "wow, this was needed". It shouldn't have been groundbreaking but it IS. A gay story with no tragedy and trauma!

Apr 22
2

It’s good. You see “Jennifer Coolidge” and expect her to be quirky and wacky, but the mother isn’t wacky at all. It’s a very subtle performance.

Apr 22
6

She is so good. Has anyone seen her in Bad Lieutenant? The way she can take a couple lines and make a whole world out of it is—well, very few actors can do that! 

Apr 22
19

The collective hum in Best in Show, with everyone looking somber and humming to themselves, and as they pan over Coolidge, she’s staring dead eyed, lips apart, teeth exposed, going “Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee” and you truly *believe* this woman might actually not know how to hum. Read more

Apr 22
7

She’s also done so much amazing voicework in animated shows: Lazy Susan in Gravity Falls, Ms. Lips in Fishhooks.  Love her!