Any ethnic group which routinely votes in the high 90's for a particular political party can not be said to be a collection of individuals so much as a plantation. It's part of the Democrat Party's business model, so expecting any rationality from the likes of the professor or this moron Patrick right above me would be silly.
Shocking. He was so important to the cause because he was not only fearless but being of their culture, he understood how to get under the left's skin in ways that few on our side are any good at. Rest in peace, Andrew.
The funniest aspect to hipster culture is that the more the world becomes interconnected, the more insular these people become. The clearest evidence of this is in their damned near hysterical belief that they represent the 99 percent. One wonders how it is that any of them can wish for a bloody revolution when they're an effeminate cadre of crapweasels who were tormented by dodgeball in high school. Visit Williamsburg, Brooklyn some time, and I'll defy you to spot any GROUP of people who you couldn't beat the ever-loving crap out of.
"You generally hate the new and the cool."
You have no idea how dorky that statement is, do you?
I always root for Eddie Murphy because he lived by me when I was growing up. He was at the peak of his fame, but a very nice guy who seemed very normal - if a bit shy - for a megastar. Having said all that, Tower Heist was kind of lame. It was the old Eddie, but I don't know that his persona elicits the same kind of response in audiences that it used to. Then again, it could just be due to how stupid the movie was.
I thought Iron Lady was pretty respectful of Thatcher's politics. The problem was that portraying Thatcher as a delusional old coot was utterly pointless. It kind of reminded me of that stupid Julia Child movie a few years ago. In that case you have a rather exceptional woman who was worthy of a film being made about her life, and they had to muck it up with some vile no account blogger.
Reality isn't your friend.
I liked Adam's character a lot, especially because I had the same contempt for Chuck's character as he did. There was just too much that I didn't like about the show to keep hanging on after a couple of years. I can see why ratings declined. His relationship with his annoying sister alone was enough to make me lose interest.