The blog has been nothing but movie reviews for ages so it’s time to mix things up. And what better way than my annual adaptation of Buddy TV’s annual list of TV’s 100 Sexiest Men. I felt like narrowing the list even further this year than I normally do – no courtesy inclusion for popular shows or well liked guys. Just the top 20 of the top 100. Ranking legend: Numbers on the left are their placement this year – #1 Numbers on the right in parenthesis are their rank last year – (5) #96 David Lyons, Revolution Since David […]
I love Buddy TV’s annual TV’s 100 Sexiest Men list but this year I feel like tv needs to cast some new men. I mean, there’s a few great new comers but also there’s a lot of the same guys from every other year. And while, you know, good for them that they’re working, but I need some fresh blood.
Normally I can’t wait to post my annual best tv list. After crossing the threshold with a tv marathon on New Year’s Eve (this year it was White Collar) it’s one of my favorite things to do.
a visual rant…
I just saw these images again, and they are a great example of good
theory, executed poorly:
This year, more so even than years previous, I want to reorder Buddy TV’s annual TV’s 100 Sexiest Men list. But I will list the boys according to their
Immortals, of course, opens today. I’ve seen it but will hold my review until Monday when all the box office numbers are done.
In other movie news, the premiere for Breaking Dawn part 1 is on Monday and fangirl fervor
Kel and I saw Captain America together and it ignited an interesting conversation about the darkness of heroes.
Captain America first appeared in comics in 1941 and like Superman (who first appeared in 1938)
Thor opened to $65M and even though that might seem like a very decent summer opening (ETA: especially compared with how Green Lantern [$53M] and X-Men First Class
A few months ago there was this graph about the evolution of the geek. And while it’s generally amusing, my major contention is their ubiquitous use of the word geek. It’s not