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(Starpulse)   Lindsay Lohan is acting more like Dick than Liz on set of new Lifetime movie   (starpulse.com) divider line 93
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2012-06-25 04:21:43 PM
bettyshangout.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-06-25 04:29:01 PM
t2.gstatic.com

One of my favorite movies.
 
2012-06-25 05:04:08 PM

vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.


You know, I first saw that movie a few months after I got out of a very destructive, co-dependent, and insane relationship (we were both severe alcoholics).

It was late at night and I was flipping through channels when I caught the very beginning. I didn't blink until it was over, then broke down.

Very powerful movie, excellent acting.

/A drowning man takes down those nearest.
 
2012-06-25 05:23:17 PM
Yes, I didn't read the article. The slideshow had some boner inspiring moments.
 
2012-06-25 05:26:45 PM
Lindsay Lohan 'Delusional' On 'Liz & Dick' Set

Quite frankly, I'd be more concerned if she WEREN'T delusional.

Delusional is her default setting.
 
2012-06-25 05:52:55 PM
What's the over/under on how many years before she kills herself or overdoses?

What a shame. She actually has/had talent and she's pissing it away. Or snorting it away. Same difference.
 
2012-06-25 06:09:48 PM
The cast and crew are getting sick of Lindsay Lohan's diva demands and poor acting skills on the set of Liz & Dick, according to a new report

Kitten, it's a Lifetime movie. Get over yourself.
 
2012-06-25 06:12:34 PM
"This is a made-for-TV movie. There's no budget for a big star," said a source, claiming that Lohan took out her anger on the actor that was hired, Grant Bowler. "[She has] been so mean to Grant that her comeback is in jeopardy."

#1, Bowler is hot.

#2, what an awesome, subtle slam.
 
2012-06-25 06:23:55 PM
Who the hell cares about this brat? Why would anyone hire her?
 
2012-06-25 06:24:58 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2012-06-25 06:28:05 PM
The last good movie she made was "Parent Trap."
 
2012-06-25 06:31:37 PM

Mugato: Kitten, it's a Lifetime movie. Get over yourself.


Seriously.

This is like the Orson Welles commercial voiceover thing all over again, only far less prestigious. (link contains some not-safe-for-work language)
 
2012-06-25 06:32:07 PM
"Don't start with me, booze."
 
2012-06-25 06:37:51 PM

vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.


Which movie is that?
 
2012-06-25 06:38:09 PM

teto85: The last good movie she made was "Parent Trap."


Sure, she was at her hottest in that film (especially those deleted scenes, illegal in the States of course) but people usually mention Mean Girls, which I didn't see but it was a mere 8 years ago so that's the one that's associated with her.
 
2012-06-25 06:40:30 PM
Lohan is just the latest mentally ill person Hollywood has decided to sacrifice for entertainment.
 
2012-06-25 06:51:05 PM
Wow, she looks like a kid playing dressup in Mom's closet in that pic.

/a coked up, skanky kid
 
2012-06-25 06:51:57 PM

Mugato: teto85: The last good movie she made was "Parent Trap."

Sure, she was at her hottest in that film (especially those deleted scenes, illegal in the States of course) but people usually mention Mean Girls, which I didn't see but it was a mere 8 years ago so that's the one that's associated with her.


Which was a really good movie, with some of the hottest eye candy of the time. I miss prime Lindsay.
 
2012-06-25 06:52:12 PM

windowseat: Lohan is just the latest mentally ill person Hollywood has decided to sacrifice for entertainment.


Well, at least Hollywood still produces A LITTLE entertainment!
 
2012-06-25 06:54:38 PM
www.celebritymoviezone.com

hurrah
 
2012-06-25 06:56:52 PM

vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.


What is that?
 
2012-06-25 06:57:11 PM

windowseat: Lohan is just the latest mentally ill person Hollywood has decided to sacrifice for entertainment.


Alright, let's not over state things. She's not an Aztec wench under the obsidian knife here. She's not Hollywood's indentured servant, shiat people go back to school and start new careers at 40. She can do anything she wants, lord knows she's been given enough second chances. I understand she's an addict but there comes a time where the blame has to stop at her.
 
2012-06-25 06:57:39 PM
Just die already.
 
2012-06-25 07:00:12 PM
Will somebody please just give this idiot Max Hardcore's phone number?
 
2012-06-25 07:00:56 PM

economicalhaircut: hurrah


Her eyes always show so much anger. It wasn't always that way -- just for the past few years.

But it's always there now.
 
2012-06-25 07:01:08 PM

vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.


I liked it better when Benny Hill did it.
 
2012-06-25 07:04:27 PM

Dr. Frisbee: vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.

Which movie is that?


Jamdug!: vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.

What is that?


Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf
 
2012-06-25 07:05:14 PM

Ed Finnerty:
You know, I first saw that movie a few months after I got out of a very destructive, co-dependent, and insane relationship (we were both severe alcoholics).
It was late at night and I was flipping through channels when I caught the very beginning. I didn't blink until it was over, then broke down.
Very powerful movie, excellent acting.
/A drowning man takes down those nearest.


I watched that movie right after my mother died (she was a huge ET fan.) It made no farking sense to me--because my destructive, dependent, alcoholic relationships are now far in the past. (OK, not far enough, but far.)

I couldn't understand why they would stay together and destroy each other like that. It doesn't make any sense to me anymore. But at the same time, I was sufficiently creeped out by it that I had unpleasant thoughts about the movie for weeks afterward.
 
2012-06-25 07:11:49 PM

Mugato: windowseat: Lohan is just the latest mentally ill person Hollywood has decided to sacrifice for entertainment.

Alright, let's not over state things. She's not an Aztec wench under the obsidian knife here. She's not Hollywood's indentured servant, shiat people go back to school and start new careers at 40. She can do anything she wants, lord knows she's been given enough second chances. I understand she's an addict but there comes a time where the blame has to stop at her.


Not taking any blame from her - I think a year in jail, REAL jail, would do wonders for her - but there's a certain complicity in the Hollywood establishment, especially at the lower tiers of production ("How do we get publicity for our little movie on our little network? I know! Hire someone who already has a publicity train following them around!"). But I don't spare any sympathy for them either; they knew what they were getting when they hired her (I have no doubt that "concern" they had last week when they sent the paramedics to her hotel was just another publicity grab), and the minute they cast her in the role they lost ALL rights to complain about her habits and behavior.
 
2012-06-25 07:13:46 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Lindsay Lohan 'Delusional' On 'Liz & Dick' Set

Quite frankly, I'd be more concerned if she WEREN'T delusional.

Delusional is her default setting.



Precisely.
 
2012-06-25 07:18:43 PM

economicalhaircut: [www.celebritymoviezone.com image 640x851]

hurrah



You can see the mania in her eyes. I would take VERY special precautions before bedding her.
 
2012-06-25 07:21:36 PM

LonMead: but there's a certain complicity in the Hollywood establishment, especially at the lower tiers of production


Yeah, it's true that it's immoral and unethical to use someone who is obviously a walking disaster to get publicity for your crappy Lifetime film school dropout TV movie. No argument there. But she's not legally tied to a studio like in the old days. And yeah, she could use some time in the clink. That's what Robert Downey Jr said changed his shiat around.
 
2012-06-25 07:22:31 PM
What if this is just a really epic episode of Intervention?
 
2012-06-25 07:23:07 PM
And...this will be her last movie. I always knew it would involve Dick, but I thought it would be what she was putting into her mouth, not just in the title.

No one is going to want to work with her at all. If she gets a role on one of those crappy syfy channel movies she'd be lucky.
 
2012-06-25 07:25:46 PM

Great Janitor: And...this will be her last movie. I always knew it would involve Dick, but I thought it would be what she was putting into her mouth, not just in the title.

No one is going to want to work with her at all. If she gets a role on one of those crappy syfy channel movies she'd be lucky.


She'll get roles in shiattier and shiattier productions because she still gets publicity. When they stop paying attention to her, then she'll be done.

Those crappy syfy movies are an absolute certainty.
 
2012-06-25 07:33:47 PM

Mugato: But she's not legally tied to a studio like in the old days.


She doesn't have to be. She's got a big ego and a HUGE sense of entitlement, and all it takes for those types is a little massage ("Lindsay, you be perfect for the part, there's no one else we're looking at, blah, blah...).
 
2012-06-25 07:34:36 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Lindsay Lohan 'Delusional' On 'Liz & Dick' Set

Quite frankly, I'd be more concerned if she WEREN'T delusional.

Delusional is her default setting.


She would be Taylor made to play Sally Field's part in a remake of Sybil.


/you like us, you really like us.
 
2012-06-25 07:39:19 PM

Apos: Precisely.


She gets a lot of mileage out of her delusionality. I'll give her that.


Whittaker Walt: She would be Taylor made to play Sally Field's part in a remake of Sybil.


/you like us, you really like us.


Gah! Don't give them any ideas!
 
2012-06-25 07:43:04 PM

cryinoutloud: Ed Finnerty:
You know, I first saw that movie a few months after I got out of a very destructive, co-dependent, and insane relationship (we were both severe alcoholics).
It was late at night and I was flipping through channels when I caught the very beginning. I didn't blink until it was over, then broke down.
Very powerful movie, excellent acting.
/A drowning man takes down those nearest.

I watched that movie right after my mother died (she was a huge ET fan.) It made no farking sense to me--because my destructive, dependent, alcoholic relationships are now far in the past. (OK, not far enough, but far.)

I couldn't understand why they would stay together and destroy each other like that. It doesn't make any sense to me anymore. But at the same time, I was sufficiently creeped out by it that I had unpleasant thoughts about the movie for weeks afterward.


That is interesting. I suppose the movie is an accurate portrayal of drunks? I've never been screaming drunk before and never had a relationship dependent on alcohol so the movie always seemed like an overacting snooze fest, and you could tell it was originally a play. The chirpy young couple irritated me too because I would've been out of there the minute the first insult started flying.

But it would make sense I wouldn't understand it as I've never experienced it first hand.
 
2012-06-25 07:45:12 PM
10, 9, 8, 7, 6......
 
2012-06-25 07:51:58 PM

Lionel Mandrake: Who the hell cares about this brat? Why would anyone hire her?


I totally agree with your view, but the answer is probably so they can play dumb
press-stunts like this and achive the first audience in Lifetime's history that
might actually outgrow a phone-booth.
 
2012-06-25 07:56:56 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Apos: Precisely.

She gets a lot of mileage out of her delusionality. I'll give her that.


Indeed. Only the Two Courtneys(Love and Stodden) are more proficient at it.
 
2012-06-25 08:10:18 PM

vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.


An alltime classic...'party party.....'
 
2012-06-25 08:11:27 PM

Dr. Frisbee: vernonFL: [t2.gstatic.com image 264x191]

One of my favorite movies.

Which movie is that?


Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf.
 
2012-06-25 08:14:17 PM

Apos: economicalhaircut: [www.celebritymoviezone.com image 640x851]

hurrah


You can see the mania in her eyes. I would take VERY special precautions before bedding her.


Hell, I wouldn't even wear a condom.
 
2012-06-25 08:15:08 PM

teto85: The last good movie she made was "Parent Trap."


I can't remember any movies she's done beside that and the Herbie movie. Chick was never a big star to begin with. The tabloids made her a bigger star than she deserves to be.
 
2012-06-25 08:15:18 PM
www.nme.com

Should be up for Nancy is there ever a future film about this pair. Lifetime, are you reading?
 
2012-06-25 08:17:23 PM

GungFu: [www.nme.com image 557x368]

Should be up for Nancy is there ever a future film about this pair. Lifetime, are you reading?


I'm high on smack and can't type
 
2012-06-25 08:39:04 PM

The_Sponge: Just die already.


Seconded. What a worthless sack of protoplasm.
 
2012-06-25 08:46:22 PM

Jaws_Victim: cryinoutloud:
I watched that movie right after my mother died (she was a huge ET fan.) It made no farking sense to me--because my destructive, dependent, alcoholic relationships are now far in the past. (OK, not far enough, but far.)

I couldn't understand why they would stay together and destroy each other like that. It doesn't make any sense to me anymore. But at the same time, I was sufficiently creeped out by it that I had unpleasant thoughts about the movie for weeks afterward.

That is interesting. I suppose the movie is an accurate portrayal of drunks? I've never been screaming drunk before and never had a relationship dependent on alcohol so the movie always seemed like an overacting snooze fest, and you could tell it was originally a play. The chirpy young couple irritated me too because I would've been out of there the minute the first insult started flying.

But it would make sense I wouldn't understand it as I've never experienced it first hand.


I thought it was, at least in my experiences, a VERY accurate portrayal of an alcoholic relationship. There's a lot of seething hatred, a claustrophobic resentment, and still a sense that this person is the only one who even has a clue where you're coming from.

The personal hells overlap into a different, more caustic hell. The caustic new hell, over time, spins and twists into new shapes and forms with each blurry day.

In a way, you're both partners in a ride you each want to get off of but can't. As things unravel (in every sense) there's a feeling that this is the only person who could possibly care about you and a shared sense that if you've made it though this much, you must be meant for each other. There's a type of bond that's been forged in all the horrors you inflict on each other.

At the end of each epic battle, there's a yawning acknowledgement that you're still both trapped. And that you will repeat everything you just went though today, tomorrow.

I quit drinking a few years ago but just thinking about the characters' relationship still makes me queasy like I quit drinking yesterday.

By the way, for those of you asking which movie it is, it's Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf and is worth watching if you haven't seen it.

But I digress. This is, after all, a Lindsey Lohan thread and deserves more jokes about her pooper.
 
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