Lindsay Lohan contributed a lot of playful, positive art to the world of family films. And then she did I Know Who Killed Me. This week we watch our favorite Mean Girl transition from plucky teen topsychoticstripper (I think) and we try to do it sober, but in case we can't we want to hear your ideas for drinking games! Leave them on the forums, pick up aRidiculous Cageshirt, and come back next week!
Episode 20.5 — HDTGM 20.5
Posted 11 October 2011 - 06:40 AM
Did you notice that the trailer you played for "I Know Who Killed Me" featured the theme song from 28 Days Later by John Murphy? Was it a fan-made trailer or did the marketing people for this Lindsey Lohan movie so lazy that they just used the music from another film?
Posted 11 October 2011 - 08:04 AM
Someone who has been in PLENTY of bad movies (as well as good ones) and is incredibly podcast-friendly is the character actor Stephen Tobolowsky. My guess is that if you approached him directly on Twitter (or via David Chen, as I know Paul has been on the /Filmcast in the past), he'd have a suggestion or two from his filmography that should get the HDTGM treatment.
Stephen has a pretty great sense of humor about the movies he's made, and if you've heard the Tobolowsky Files (and I would guess you're familiar with it), he *always* has great stories about them.
Posted 11 October 2011 - 11:12 AM
Just ordered my copy off Amazon - for 3 cents - but without seeing this movie, I assume you could make a good game by drinking every time someone gets Lindsey Lohan's character confused with her alternative character. Or perhaps every time this movie makes you think of a better scene in Mean girls - take a sip.
Posted 11 October 2011 - 01:17 PM
Take a drink every time they show Lindsay with a perplexed look on her face ,whilst not talking, and dramatic music playing in the background. I think the director choose to let her facial expressions do the talking in this film........ since she's a terrible actress.
Posted 12 October 2011 - 11:27 AM
Take a drink every time:
1. You are beaten over the head with the "symbolism" of the colors red or blue.
2. Slow-motion is used for "dramatic" effect.
3. Another twist! occurs.
4. LiLo is stripping and you don't see her boobs.
5. Dakota does something to demonstrate that she's "bad."
6. Jesus Christ, you haven't passed out yet? Get someone to drive you to the hospital ASAP!