I don't even know who Chris Evans is and I like him. (Already adored Chris Pratt.)
Captain America, Johnny Storm, and the shirtless guy in Cellular.
Also, the often shirtless guy in the regrettable Ana Faris comedy "What's Your Number?" And, bless him, is credited in "The Nanny Diaries" as "Harvard Hottie"
You do. For reasons that fail me. Although, to be fair, I don't know that you could call it an "Anna Faris comedy." It's more a "Blight on Uma Thuman's career".I'm one of the few who defends a different much-maligned movie featuring Anna Faris - Just Friends. Yes, the one with Ryan Reynolds in a fat suit. Somehow, it worked for me.
I believe you are misspelling "Motherhood" there for "blight on Uma Thurman's career."And why does Just Friends kind of work? Because it's Ryan Reynolds, someone I refuse to underestimate. I mean, he almost makes Wolverine Origins watchable.
Uma has many blights. Although "Motherhood" wasn't as bad as "My Super Ex-Girlfriend." Even if I did have to submit something to the "Goof " section on imdb for Motherhood: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1220220/trivia?tab=gf&ref_=tt_trv_gf
I already thought the Chrises Evan and Pratt were great. The fact that (1) they are good enough buddies to have started razzing each other like this and (2) the upshot was a bet for charity just makes me like them more....
Excuse me, philistines, but Chris Evans is the male lead in one of the great movies of this millennium, "Not Another Teen Movie." It is appalling how little you kids today know.
I'm fond of Just Friends because my former brother-in-law was the day-to-day producer on it. Up in Saskatchewan for two months, IIRC.
He lives! Isaac Spaceman lives!
I also have to praise the subject header for this post. My husband and I both love that line.