Posts tagged ‘Arts’

June 24, 2013

Producers of Kick-Ass 2 disavow Jim Carrey

by philapilus

24/06/2013

Jim Carrey

This is Carrey subtly pretending he can’t hear, for comedic effect. AHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA. Ahaha. Aha. Ha.

The makers of comic book movie Kick-Ass 2 have apologised for involving Jim Carrey with their project, and announced that they can no longer, in all good conscience, support the excessive presence of the overacting, unfunny comedian in their film.

Executive producer and creator of the comic, Mark Millar, said today “You know, we got Jim involved in the movie, but that was a mistake. I don’t think I considered at the time just how unpleasant and humorless he really is. It’s all very well making a very violent film, but when you have constant and unrestrained acts of Carreyness, you start to lose sight of your own moral compass.

“There’s an obvious correlation between children watching self-obsessed pillocks making nauseatingly awful attempts to be ‘zany’, and then going out and perpetrating copycat acts of forced ‘kraziness’.

“I have come to the conclusion that

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March 6, 2013

Daily Cartoon: by Stefan Belle

by philapilus

Again we are proud to welcome Stefan Belle, regular cartoonist over at the Grauniad, to get out his pencil and wave it for us! In this erudite and incisive satire, Belle once again demonstrates that his humour is no less sophisticated than his artistic prowess!

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February 19, 2013

Everyone finally understands horrors of Eurovision

by philapilus
A map of Europe showing how many times each co...

This WHO guide shows which countries produce music that could seriously damage your brain and/or ears, in ascending order of awfulness

Controversy over Germany’s 2013 Eurovision entry may signal the end of the mass-myopia that has allowed the song contest to survive, according to the results of a poll published today.

Researchers approached members of the public across Europe, and played them the German song ‘Glorious’ followed by last year’s winning Swedish song ‘Euphoria’.

Then the researcher would reveal that both were Eurovision entries, and hold up a very big card, with the word “SEE?” written on it, in

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