As sad as it is that they had to turn the "nottie" into a lanky Garbage Pail Kid for Paris Hilton to look comparatively hot, and that Hilton is so desperate for roles that she's resorted to playing a less-caricaturized version of herself, it's even sadder to learn that the plot of this is exactly what you think it would be. A guy in love with Paris Hilton hates having to deal with her hideous best friend, but eventually learns the friend has something called personality that might make up for her deformities. At least once she gets that inevitable 11th-hour makeover.
After pondering why an ugly person's legs would age so prematurely, try to figure out exactly what point the filmmakers decided the ugly makeup was "too much." I'm guessing they got somewhere between an extra limb and full-on leprosy before deciding to reel it in.
The Hottie and the Nottie Poster [IMPA]
Even after the horrendous poster yesterday, the trailer to The Hottie and the Nottie has somehow managed to outdo itself in detestability. If we're meant to root for the guy to get with the leper (the "nottie), shouldn't Paris Hilton (the "hottie", I suppose) be at least as obn... / Continue →
Pros: Jeffrey Dean Morgan's creepy glare and disembodied arm do a lot to explain Uma Thurman's look of surprised terror. Flowers are pretty.
Cons: Colin Firth looking past Uma like she's a Magic Eye poster. Sorry, buddy, but there's no making her character three-dime... / Continue →
To fully grasp the complexity of the poster for Made of Honor, there are a few things you're going to have to understand.
First, the plot: Are you familiar with the constant, one-sided longing for marriage that exists in all mixed-gender best friendships, and only materializes... / Continue →