“Due to these add-ons of bourbon, rice wine, rakia, Natty Light, and a CamelBak full of rum punch, this might end up being the most expensive movie ticket you’ll ever buy. But in the end, it’s pretty much worth it.”—"Go See Wrath of the Titans- Drunk."
“I’m struggling to make sense of a pop-cultural moment that can embrace both a series like Glee, where gay and lesbian relationships are celebrated and, better yet, normalized, and a show like Saturday Night Live, with its long-standing overreliance on prison-rape punchlines or, when all else fails, goosing laughs from its audience by having Andy Samberg French kiss another guy.”—Bruce Handy on the gay jokes in 21 Jump Street.
I’ve never felt more important than when I lived in New York. I was poor and my work was neither very good nor very well-read, and yet every day I’d wake up in my 10 by 10 room, its window looking out over my building’s rusted trashcans, and somehow think I’d achieved another great…
“Stella gave me that sense when you’re reading these characters they represent more than just themselves but they are themselves in a very real way. That made an impression on me; she taught how acting applies to a bigger vision.”—Salon.com’s interview with Robert De Niro
“What good is a law that adds only pain and difficulty to perhaps the most painful and difficult decision a woman can make? Shouldn’t women have a right to protect themselves from strangers’ opinions on their most personal matters? Shouldn’t we have the right not to know?”—'We Have No Choice': One Woman's Ordeal with Texas' New Sonogram Law