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  • Role Models is a 2008 American comedy film directed by David Wain about two energy drink salesmen who are ordered to perform 150 hours of community service as punishment for various offenses. For their service, the two men work at a program designed to pair kids with adult role models.
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Role Models [Blu-ray]
Role Models [Blu-ray]
Studio: Uni Dist Corp. (mca) Release Date: 03/10/2009

Raunchy, but not nauseating, Role Models is an exceptionally funny slacker comedy co-written by Paul Rudd. Rudd stars as Danny, one-half of a team (along with Seann William Scott's character, Wheeler) that visits schools on behalf of a power-drink company. With his lack of enthusiasm for work and his life painfully evident, Danny loses his live-in girlfriend, Beth (Elizabeth Banks), and soon has a run-in with the law resulting in community service for him and Wheeler. Ordered to appear at a Big Brothers-like organization, Danny is partnered with a lonely if brilliant adolescent boy, Augie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), while Wheeler is hooked up with a foul-mouthed pre-teen named Ronnie (Bobb'e J. Thompson). Neither of the men has anything in common with their charges, a fact exacerbated when Danny reluctantly attends Augie's participation in a weekend role-playing fantasy game with a medieval flavor. Meanwhile, Wheeler just tries to survive his ongoing power struggle with Ronnie. Both sets of relationships improve when Danny and Wheeler begin to meet their kids halfway and even learn to empathize with them, though the results are sometimes comically bumpy before the characters all hit their groove. There are a number of hilarious scenes (the film definitely deserves its R rating) and more than a few thoughtful ones, including a terrific moment where Danny defends Augie to the latter's critical parents over an awkward dinner. Jane Lynch is very funny as a semi-insane director of the program pairing kids and adults, and Banks (W.) is very appealing as Danny's unhappy ex-girlfriend. --Tom Keogh

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she's my role model.
she's my role model.
*all sizes for better view* so, this is yet another demi support graphic...with another rant. dundundun... I personally think she looked gorgeous at the People's Choice Awards - though I could do without the push-up bra. Her look: "Oh, she has sweaty pits! On the red carpet! GROSS!" "She's too pale" "Ugh she's so fake" That's what I hear, almost every day now. Seriously, I'm sick of this. I remember when Demi had the bangs, wore loose band t-shirts, skinny jeans, etc. people would call her a wannabe. Now, she's not like that anymore. She wears skirts, dresses, etc. Oh look, you still hate her. And remember the Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Experience premiere? She showed off a new look; black hair & tan skin. People called her too tan. She's not tan anymore. Oh look, you still hate her. I really don't get who you want her to be. The Demi in Camp Rock? I've said this before, I'll say it again. That was pure Disney fabrication. They made her look like someone that she's really not. She said so herself, she didn't feel like herself filming that movie. But haters fell in love with the Disney fabricated Demi. They fell in love with Mitchie Torres. A fictional character. Demi doesn't need to please anyone but herself. She's who she wants herself to be, she's happy. And that's one of the many things I admire about her. She's Demi. She's who she wants to be, not listening to those haters. I'll make a reference to my first Demi rant. "Who will I be? It's up to me, all the never ending possibilities that I can see. There's nothing that I can't do, who will I be? Yes I believe. I get to make the future what I want to. If I can become anyone and know the choice is up to me, who will I be. Remember that Demi song from Camp Rock? Yeaa, it's pretty true, isn't it? Delena/Semi: Honestly, this is getting old. No joke. Yet people are still going on about it. First off, I love both Demi and Selena - though I like Demi more. But some Selena fans, not necessarily every Selena fan, but some treat Selena like a goddess. They criticize Demi's every move, but they don't really care what Selena does. "Selena Gomez is Disney's only hope!" ...really, people? I love her, she's a beautiful, nice-seeming girl and a pretty good actress. But Disney's only hope? I find that over dramatic. Everyone blames everything on Demi for Selena/Demi "drifting apart". How do we do know anything about it? Most people bring Miley into it, saying Demi ditched Selena for Miley. Yea, well, we're not in their lives. We can't judge anything. Me, I just don't know what happened, so I don't blame anyone. Just because Demi hangs out with someone other than Selena, she's a b*tch. Then Selena hangs out with other people, "Screw Demi! I'm glad Selena finally left that b*tch." -.- We're not in their lives. We can't judge anything. It may have been Demi's fault, may have been Selena's, could have been neither. Friends drift apart sometimes, even if they've been friends for so long. I had all these really close friends at one point, but as we got older we drifted apart. It's really not that different. O_o I'm not saying you have to lovelovelove her. I don't lovelovelove Taylor & Miley, heck, not even Selena! Demi's my favorite Disney girl, in fact, she'd be a lot better off without Disney. I used to judge celebrities, hate them. I hated Miley at one point, and Taylor. I kinda even hated Demi. Wow, amazing, right?! Then I realized I don't know them personally, and that I shouldn't hate someone I've never met in my entire life. "I want to be a role model for what I overcome, not for being perfect." - Demi Lovato "Live for YOUrself. @zualirose True, but sometimes you gotta take a step back, and stop trying to please everyone else instead of doing what makes you happy. For instance, I dyed my hair black. Why? Because I like it. I don't fry my skin anymore in tanning beds. Why? Because I don't want to. I wore a blue dress tonight. Why? Because I wanted to. :)" - tweets from Demi Lovato's official Twitter. Yea, that's one of the reasons I love her. You may say she's fake, but how? She's the real Demi, the one she wants to be. Not what anyone else wants her to be. Old Demi fans say, "I hate the new her! I miss the old Demi." Oh pshh. There's no such thing as an old and new Demi. There's such thing as Mitchie Torres and Demi Lovato. And there's a big difference between the two. Also, comparisons between Demi/Selena/Miley. They are all different girls, each talented in their own ways. They have different personalities, different styles, etc. "Selena is ___, Demi isn't." "Miley's a slut, Selena isn't." etc. -.- Why should you compare them? They're all different. And one more thing to address: Why do haters bother looking at FAN pictures of her and comment rudely? Why watch videos,
screen portrayals of Bristol pirates
screen portrayals of Bristol pirates
Robert Newton (1 June 1905 – 25 March 1956) was a noted English stage and film actor. Along with Errol Flynn, Newton was one of the most popular actors among the male juvenile audience of the 1940s and early 1950s, especially British boys. He was cited as a role model by actor Tony Hancock and Who drummer Keith Moon. Newton was born in Shaftesbury, Dorset, England, a son of the landscape painter, Algernon Newton, R.A. He was educated in Lamorna near Penzance in Cornwall, and later St Bartholomew's School in Newbury, Berkshire. He is best remembered for portraying the feverish-eyed Long John Silver and inventing the phrase "Arrrgh, matey!" in the Walt Disney version of Treasure Island. His Disney portrayal became the standard for screen portrayals of pirates and he is often credited with inventing the stereotypical "pirate voice" by exaggerating the accent of his native West Country. Newton has become the "patron saint" of the annual International Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19. He again played Long John Silver in an unrelated 1954 film, Long John Silver. The company made a 26-episode 1955 TV series, The Adventures of Long John Silver, shot at Pagewood Studios, Sydney, Australia. Newton portrayed Bristol, England's other famous pirate Blackbeard the Pirate, but was never able to shake off the legacy of Long John Silver. His film career was cut short by chronic alcoholism, which led to his death from a heart attack in Beverly Hills, California in 1956. Newton had been married four times and had three children: Sally (b. 1930), Nicholas (b. 1950) and Kim (b. 1953). After some court battles, Newton's eldest son was placed in the custody of his aunt and uncle. Newton was interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles. Years later his son Nicholas scattered his father's ashes in the sea in Mounts Bay, Cornwall, England, near Lamorna where he had spent his childhood. Calico Jack Real pirate Calico Jack has some interesting connections to Jack Sparrow from the Pirates of the Carribean film franchise. Besides also having the moniker, Jack, the Black Pearl, originally Sparrow's ship, flies the Jolly Roger that was designed by Calico Jack. Since Sparrow stole and sunk the similarly named Jolly Mon from Anamaria, he offers her Interceptor in return for her joining his crew. Sparrow is the only pirate willing to bear the "bad luck" of allowing a woman on board (e.g., Calypso)—let alone in his crew (e.g., Anamaria and Elizabeth). In reality both of the only female pirates convicted in the peak of the Golden Age of Piracy (early eighteenth century) and possible namesakes of Anamaria, Anne Bonny and Mary Read, cross-dressed and worked for Calico Jack, breaking male seafaring tradition. Just as Elizabeth, who also cross-dressed, stole away from her bridegroom, Commodore Norrington, to go pirating with Sparrow, Bonny stole away from her husband to go pirating with Calico Jack. Shiver me timbers! It's speak like a pirate day 2008 Scurvy sea-farin' dogs and wenches gathered in ye olde Corn Exchange in Bristol to celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day. There were cries of "Argh me hearties!" and "Yo, ho ho and a bottle of rum!" as pirate enthusiasts gathered in Corn Street to show off their costumes and take part in a cutlass fight. Lucy Wheeler, of Bristol clothing retailer Beast who organised the event, said: "Long John Silver and Black Beard were both from Bristol. "We all speak a bit funny like pirates here in Bristol anyway so we want to celebrate the day. "We want everyone to remember September 19 as Talk Like a Pirate Day and take part and dress up and have fun and pay tribute to Bristol's pirate legacy. The day started in America in 1995 but we want to nab it back off them because we are the real pirates." Lucy, 40, of Whitehall who runs shops in St Nicholas Market and Cheltenham Road, was giving out free special edition pirate T-shirts to visitors to the event. A sculpture of famous fictional pirate Long John Silver from the book Treasure Island was erected in St Nicolas Market as part of the celebrations. The piece, which is made out of Somerset willow was created by Devon-based artist Stephen Froom and was specially commissioned by the Bristol Long John Silver Trust. Also along for all the pirate fun in the city centre yesterday was Dumpling the Eclectus parrot. Dumpling turned up with owner Seb Miller of Jungletalk, a company which organises live animal talks and displays. Paula Brown, aged 35, of Horfield, helped organise a music session and get together at the Llandoger Trow pub, said to be the model for the Admirable Benbow, the inn frequented by Long John Silver Robert Louis Stevenson's novel Treasure Island. She said: "It's a good opportunity to get dressed up and do something fun. Obviously there is also the historic element to it, with Bristol having strong c

role models movie t shirt
role models movie t shirt
Role Models
Here, from the incomparable John Waters, is a paean to the power of subversive inspiration that will delight, amuse, enrich—and happily horrify—readers everywhere.

Role Models is, in fact, a self-portrait told through intimate profiles of favorite personalities—some famous, some unknown, some criminal, some surprisingly middle of the road. From Esther Martin, owner of the scariest bar in Baltimore, to the playwright Tennessee Williams; from the atheist leader Madalyn Murray O’Hair to the insane martyr Saint Catherine of Siena; from the English novelist Denton Welch to the timelessly appealing singer Johnny Mathis—these are the extreme figures who helped the author form his own brand of neurotic happiness.

Role Models is a personal invitation into one of the most unique, perverse, and hilarious artistic minds of our time.