RECOMMENDED: [Scene: Philebrity office, mid-week, afternoon. Four in a room, all huddled around computers and laptops. After nearly 30 minutes of silence, the audio from the trailer to the new film The Words fills up the office, and the site's two editors begin to converse.]
[Sighs heavily.] I don’t believe that Bradley Cooper could even be, like, a fake writer. Not just even a Jayson Blair. Even an actor playing a Jayson Blair, I mean.
I think he’s played a writer character before.
I know he’s from here, hometown pride and all of that, yadda yadda. BUT: Is it wrong of me to detest Bradley Cooper? I mean, is that just some high school damage I am still carrying around? I am prepared to admit that if that is the case.
No. It’s not wrong. It’s not wrong.
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ALSO NEW IN THEATERS: For A Good Time Call, a movie about what Kreayshawn would call “basic bitches” doing phone sex to pay the rent that is gonna make Girls look like a towering monument to self-awareness; and The Cold Light of Day, starring Bruce Willis and Sigourney Weaver in a suspense jawn about a family vacation abroad that — surprise! — turns into a bit of international intrigue.