The X Factor: Gimme more
You disappointed me last year, X Factor. This is your last chance ... the hours and hours he’s spent on dancing and singing lessons. His original song is a joke. A no, obviously. Then he really lets loose. “At least I don’t use Auto Tune.”
Scorsese’s ‘Wolf’ is a howl, and the joke isn’t pretty
Early in “The Wolf of Wall Street,” the young stock trader wannabe Jordan Belfort ... Jean Dujardin (“The Artist”) as a swank Swiss banker. The women? Oh, please, this movie is not about its women, and that’s both the point and the problem.
'Oi, mate gimme some more': Charles Dickens's classics translated into 'yoof speak'
Oliver Twist - or Oliva Twist - has also been given the treatment and the orphan's famous line of 'please sir, can I have some more?' has changed to 'oi mate, gimme some more ... ‘Some people see it as a joke but it isn't. I just want to break down ...
Gimme the Loot
In a refreshing change-up, Gimme the Loot features two leads who work to build each ... In the same way, Malcolm tries to solve issues in order to please or impress Sofia. But the two play off each more comfortably in teasing jokes. The rapport flows ...
In Which We Take 'American Idol' Rolling Stones Covers Way Too Seriously
There is cleverness in the original idea — "It's the honky-tonk women gimme the honky-tonk blues." See? It's sort of like, "The kind of people you meet in blues clubs give you the blues." It's not that exactly, but there's a joke in it about the spirit ...