Thursday, August 31, 2006

A Glaring Omission

I found this article about Scarlett Johansson that attempts to explain why the world is so enthralled by her.
Personally, I think the answer is pretty straightforward as there are two big reasons I can think of, but the main point I wanted to make was the glaring omission in the opening sentence of the article:

Audiences love her, critics adore her.

To be complete, it should read, "Audiences love her, critics adore her, Jon really wants to do her."
(I don't mean to trivialize her talent - she is a very good actress and she does seem to be very intelligent and, based on the article, down to earth - but damn she's hot.)


Zalfiro said...

You should check out the movie Ghost World, if you haven't already. An interesting movie with Scarlet as the main character's best friend and Steve Buscemi as a supporting char. Fun movie.

Heimdall said...

I have seen it, and you're right; it is an interesting movie.
Besides being poignant, thought-provoking, and comically tragic, it was also boobalicious, what with Scarlett and Thora Birch.
The movie was based on a comic book of the same name, by the way, though I've never read it.