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Posts Tagged ‘Alanis Morissette’

David Nadelberg Gets Into Alanis Morissette’s Shoebox

Mortified creator, David Nadelberg works his unique way of interviewing people by using their old notes and pictures from childhood. The interview is so rarely art, apparently it involves listening. That and the trinkets are such an amazing instrument. This time he uses it on Alanis Morissette. And yes, we watched the whole thing hoping we could use “isn’t it ironic?” in the post.

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L.A. Times Slams Nic Harcourt and Diablo Cody

md_pjharvey.jpgIt’s like a snark twofer: In a feature called Underrated/Overrated the two L.A. media darlings are cut down to nothing:

NIC HARCOURT: His Morning Becomes Eclectic has evolved into the most pompous and least-rocking show on the FM airwaves. (With all those mewling singer-songwriters, “Morning Becomes Pathetic” is more apt.) A British accent and claims of championing Alanis Morissette only take you so far.

JUNO: The snarky, rapid-fire quips that pass for “razor sharp wit” amount to little more than an emotionally superficial take on teen pregnancy. That “Juno” received Oscar nods for best picture and original screenplay — it’s Little Miss Sunshine all over again: another sweet movie overhyped. Juno could have been the female Superbad–trenchantly funny and thus too edgy to be seriously considered.

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LAT in 90 Seconds

alecire.jpgWasn’t me: Actress Kim Basinger said she didn’t leak the ass-crazy message ex Alec Baldwin left on their daughter’s voicemail. It’s like watching the Britney/K-Fed proceedings in RealAge.

alanishumps.jpgHuh? We follow Patrick Goldstein when he trumpets the Alanis Morissette “My Humps” video (that lady is funny!), but he loses us when he proclaims this satire as proof that “the era of video activism is here to stay.”

payne.jpgYet Another Story About A Maverick Artist Skirting Hollywood: Is there going to even be a Hollywood in 20 years?