"You know, even though we’ve watched Pretty Woman like 36 times, I never get tired of making fun of it.”
"Oh, I know. Aw, poor thing. Look, they won’t let her shop. Yeah, like those sales girls in Beverly Hills aren’t bigger whores than she is."
"Oh, my God, listen to that sad, sad music as she leaves."
"It’s like, boo hoo. But it is actually kind of sad."
Pretty Woman (1990) in Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion (1997)
"Fuck outta here with that Munchkin Land bullshit."
Me on short guys
"It would be very convincing to say that there’s no hope for movies — that audiences have been so corrupted by television and have become so jaded that all they want are noisy thrills and dumb jokes and images that move along in an undemanding way, so they can sit and react at the simplest motor level. And there’s plenty of evidence, such as the success of Alien. This was a haunted-house-with-gorilla picture set in outer space. It reached out, grabbed you, and squeezed your stomach; it was more gripping than entertaining, but a lot of people didn’t mind. They thought it was terrific, because at least they’d felt something: they’d been brutalized. It was like an entertainment contrived in Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World by the Professor of Feelies in the College of Emotional Engineering."
#sry 4 prtyrckin
#Petra Collins I'm comin 4 u
There was once a time in my life when a carried around a little plastic tomato and posed it with everything/everyone I came into contact with. I miss it.
Maybe I’ll start doing that again.