Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph is not only the best animated film of last year—egregiously overlooked by an Academy who handed the Oscar to Brave—but it might also be the best unintentional political allegory the studio ever made.
Saturday Night Live debuted this weekend with a side-splitting skit of Clint Eastwood and Chair (yes, that chair), played by Bill Hader and an empty stool, respectively. “Seth Meyers sent me an email saying, ‘Are you watching this?’ And I said, ‘No, I’m watching Rolling Thunder with William Devane and Tommy Lee Jones.
Just as Mitt Romney was securing the Republican presidential nomination with a win in the Texas primary — and just as the truth sunk in to loyal viewers of The Republican Nominee Show that Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich and Marcus Bachmann may not be returning any time soon with guest appearances — we were confronting something about this election season that we really hate getting used to: boredom.
Sparks flew last night as the four remaining GOP candidates came together in a final, boisterous debate two days before South Carolina's primary — but Newt Gingrich's love life may have stolen the show.
Denver Broncos' Tim Tebow has been a controversial figure this season, helping his team get to the second round of NFL playoffs by narrowly beating the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier this month, before suffering a brutal defeat the following week at the hands of the New England Patriots.
Rick Perry's favorite quarterback Tim Tebow, of the Denver Broncos, attributed his team's latest triumph to the miraculous powers of his "Lord and Savior Jesus Christ." After narrowly defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers, 29-23 during overtime, in the NFL playoffs, Tebow knelt in the Broncos' end zone, pounded his fist and then took off running in a victory lap, according to ABC News.
Accusations were flying Thursday night in Sioux City, Iowa, as as seven candidates for the Republican presidential nomination went back and forth in the most recent of more than a dozen debates. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Rep.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney probably didn't bet on becoming the subject of ridicule and his very own Twitter hashtag when he offered rival Rick Perry a $10,000 wager during Saturday's televised Republican debate in Iowa.
With candidates like these, Saturday Night Live might just have it too easy. The show's famous "cold open" on Saturday took on Texas governor Rick Perry's infamous gaffee at the primary debate in which he could not remember the third of three government agencies he would eliminate as president.
First Rick Perry, now this. Republican presidential hopeful and former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain couldn't seem to gather his thoughts (assuming there were any to gather) when the editorial board of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked him if he liked how Obama handled Libya.
Texas governor and beleaguered presidential hopeful Rick Perry sought to undo some of the harm resulting from his Wednesday debate performance, during which he alluded to three government agencies he would eliminate as president but failed to name the third.