It's funny how GQ can be so polarizing to me. In one article, they'll gripe that $6 is too much for a lip balm, and on the next page they'll tout a $400 shirt. That's probably more than I spend on all clothes I wear in a year--including shoes.
Anywho, imagine my surprise when I glanced the latest cover:
Back? Where did he go? Since The Hangover, I'd go so far as to say that Zach G. has been damn-near ubiquitous. Due Date. Dinner for Schmucks. Up in the Air. SNL.
Can I get an amen?
Also, mini-rant: The Hangover was a funny (definitely R-rated) movie. Why couldn't we leave it at that? Why did they have to do a sequel? The obvious answer is the money. But wasn't it somewhat refreshing to watch that comedy way back in 2009 and actually laugh?
Of course I have not seen the sequel and can't speak to how funny it may or may not be. But look at the movies in the last, oh, I don't know...ten years. They're either fairly terrible remakes or comic book movies. That's why I blog about movies such as Rabbit Hole and Away We Go and even Kramer vs. Kramer.
What are some of your favorites?