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(Gawker)   Mila Kunis narrowly regains the lead over Jennifer Lawrence in their ongoing "who's more awesome and down-to-earth" race   (gawker.com) divider line 111
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2013-03-06 01:03:37 AM  
Every time I see her I see and hear Jackie Burkhart (sp?) and her mindless prattling. I think I need to see her in some other movies. Maybe she'll look different then.
 
2013-03-06 02:29:52 AM  

douchebag/hater: Dion Fortune: I'm sure they are nice people but I am suprised both are such popular actresses.
Jennifer Lawrence has dead soulless eyes, and would look better if she dropped some of that weight.
And Mila Kunis has that slut-next-door-look, she's awfully butterfaced when she's not caked in makeup and photoshop.

Pretty much this.


You both have terrible taste. And since I'm on the internet I might as well go ahead and say you're terrible people too, just to be thorough.

/Would jump on Jennifer Lawrence in less than a heart beat. Assuming my wife didn't beat me to it....
 
2013-03-06 04:18:49 AM  

oldfarthenry: Jennifer Lawrence does have that "adult female body shape complete with boobs" thing happening.
(Not a fan of the 12 y/o boy shape)


...they have the exact same body shape.  Lawrence got flack because she wasn't emaciated like Katniss was described in "The Hunger Games"...and the narrative went overboard calling her a "fattie" for it.  Thus, the thinking that she's "curvier".
 
2013-03-06 04:21:56 AM  

IlGreven: oldfarthenry: Jennifer Lawrence does have that "adult female body shape complete with boobs" thing happening.
(Not a fan of the 12 y/o boy shape)

...they have the exact same body shape.  Lawrence got flack because she wasn't emaciated like Katniss was described in "The Hunger Games"...and the narrative went overboard calling her a "fattie" for it.  Thus, the thinking that she's "curvier".


Um, no, Kunis really does have narrow hips and shoulders, and a shallower torso.  They're both mature women, but Kunis is closer to the waifish European standard, compared to Lawrence's full-bodied farmer's daughter stature.
 
2013-03-06 04:31:53 AM  

HotWingAgenda: IlGreven: oldfarthenry: Jennifer Lawrence does have that "adult female body shape complete with boobs" thing happening.
(Not a fan of the 12 y/o boy shape)

...they have the exact same body shape.  Lawrence got flack because she wasn't emaciated like Katniss was described in "The Hunger Games"...and the narrative went overboard calling her a "fattie" for it.  Thus, the thinking that she's "curvier".

Um, no, Kunis really does have narrow hips and shoulders, and a shallower torso.  They're both mature women, but Kunis is closer to the waifish European standard, compared to Lawrence's full-bodied farmer's daughter stature.


...and perception is reality.

/The only difference between them may be, ironically, Lawrence's narrower waist.
//That waist makes her hips and boobs look bigger by comparison, thus the "full-figured" perception.
 
2013-03-06 07:02:28 AM  

100 Watt Walrus: Having quite a bit of experience interviewing people in the film business, I can say that you always get better material if you just start shooting the shiat with your subject. The fastest way to a boring interview is to ask questions like "What drew you to this role?" - which will be the 977th time the actor or actress has heard that question. You get even better results if you start off with a question that catches them completely off guard, but doesn't come completely out of left field, like embarrassing them with the fact that you saw some obscure thing they made before they were famous.

Having said that, I did choke once, with almost the exact same opening as this guy. Charlize Theron. I had a bunch of great questions for her, but the first got twisted in my mouth into something about how pretty she was, and I just came off like a creep. That was an uncomfortable 25 minutes.

On the other hand, I blew an interview with Laura Linney once - ran out of questions and hadn't really gotten into a winging-it rhythm yet with her. I ended up hemming and hawing, and finally saying, "I got nothin'," which just cracked her up. We talked about completely unrelated stuff (like the fact that I went to high school with the DP on the movie she was promoting), had a great time, and ended with her saying, "Next time I'm in town, you'd better come prepared, my friend!"


That's interesting. Charlize Theron is pretty amazing since she can look totally hot, but also play the role of one of the ugliest serial killer prostitutes I've ever seen.

I wouldn't know what to do if I were tasked with interviewing her. I'd probably start with. "Do you want to have a drink with me after we get this bullshiat interview over with?"
 
2013-03-06 07:53:57 AM  

Tarl3k: Mila Kunis HAS shown her tits on-screen AND participated in a lesbian sex scene


She made that scene smoking hawt in spite of the director's blatant CGI efforts to make the audience as uncomfortable as possible.  But overall, if you actually watched the whole movie, I think she KO'ed Natalie Portman.  It wasn't even close.  NP did a functional job with her role, but even if the script was weak, the cinematography was painstakingly meticulous in helping out NP as much as possible.  OTOH, Mila Kunis downright impressed me.  She didn't have a minor role by any means, but whatever the scene called for her to do (which was a lot, considering the movie was largely about NP's character trying to figure out MK's enigmatic personality) -- precocious nymphet, promiscuous skank, conniving biatch or misunderstood nice girl -- she nailed it.  Her mannerisms were perfect in almost every scene and frankly the movie would've gone from bad to intolerable if Mila wasn't such a joy to watch.

PsyLord: A recent photo showed Jennifer Lawrence smoking something. Doesn't matter what it was, smoking is just a turn off for me and a deal breaker.


She's from Kentucky.  I think it's illegal to not smoke there.
 
2013-03-06 09:21:01 AM  

dragonchild: Tarl3k: Mila Kunis HAS shown her tits on-screen AND participated in a lesbian sex scene

She made that scene smoking hawt in spite of the director's blatant CGI efforts to make the audience as uncomfortable as possible.  But overall, if you actually watched the whole movie, I think she KO'ed Natalie Portman.  It wasn't even close.  NP did a functional job with her role, but even if the script was weak, the cinematography was painstakingly meticulous in helping out NP as much as possible.  OTOH, Mila Kunis downright impressed me.  She didn't have a minor role by any means, but whatever the scene called for her to do (which was a lot, considering the movie was largely about NP's character trying to figure out MK's enigmatic personality) -- precocious nymphet, promiscuous skank, conniving biatch or misunderstood nice girl -- she nailed it.  Her mannerisms were perfect in almost every scene and frankly the movie would've gone from bad to intolerable if Mila wasn't such a joy to watch.

PsyLord: A recent photo showed Jennifer Lawrence smoking something. Doesn't matter what it was, smoking is just a turn off for me and a deal breaker.

She's from Kentucky.  I think it's illegal to not smoke there.


Hell it's illegal to keep all your TEETH in that state.

/would hit both equally
//have equal no chance at either of course
 
2013-03-06 09:40:36 AM  

100 Watt Walrus: Having quite a bit of experience interviewing people in the film business, I can say that you always get better material if you just start shooting the shiat with your subject.


It's the same with interviewing dopey politicians and public figures, too. If you ask the same old dry, totally expected questions you get nicely canned, rehearsed answers. Not only is that absolutely boring, it's a disservice to the people you're supposed to be serving with those interviews, i.e. your readers, viewers and listeners. If you just talk to those politicians, you get a much more honest picture of who they are and what they believe.
 
2013-03-06 09:54:36 AM  

shoegaze99: It's the same with interviewing dopey politicians and public figures, too. If you ask the same old dry, totally expected questions you get nicely canned, rehearsed answers. Not only is that absolutely boring, it's a disservice to the people you're supposed to be serving with those interviews, i.e. your readers, viewers and listeners.


Um, the "people you're supposed to be serving" are advertisers, and no one knows that better than the editor.  So the reporter is instructed to write an article about, "How Jennifer Lawrence feels about here latest role," and the content is so vapid and the deadline so ridiculous (typically the same day the editor ordered it) that the article is often written before the interview.  By the time the interview starts the reporter's just fishing for quotes and the "pros" will give them the canned answers they need to get the assignment done on time.  And the system works because celebrity junkies will read this schlock anyway.  Stupid editor, stupid assignment, stupid article, stupid question, stupid answer, stupid people eat it up.  Everyone's happy.

But here's where Mila Kunis or Jennifer Lawrence can really screw up the process.  Not only are they genuine, they're clever to boot, so their responses shake the reporter out of the mindless routine that's enslaved him for so long.  The reporter momentarily forgets he's a mindless cog milking celebrities for quotes to feed a stupid money-making machine.  By making the reporter remember what it's like to feel human, the reporter remembers that the celebrities are also human -- and damn hot humans at that.  Suddenly enthralled by her charm, he wants to turn the interview into something more than a dog-and-pony show, but this means using parts if his brain that shut down years ago from lack of use.  He tries to say something -- anything -- to continue the unexpectedly casual conversation, but it's too late.  He's vulnerable and uncomfortable and unable to deal with this sudden emergence of dignity.

Or, most celebrity reporters are just incredibly stupid people, and this guy screwed up because he's a horny jackass who forgot his job when he got delusional about getting in Mila's knickers.  I really don't care either way.
 
2013-03-06 11:29:25 AM  
At least Mila hasn't let her bisexuality become an issue...
 
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