All posts tagged: Happy Gilmore

Does Spelling Count?: Comedy and War Film Alphabets

For any of you out there having children…well children you intend to raise I should say. I encourage you to teach them the alphabet through these posters by Stephen Wildish. That way you get entertained while you teach! And when you get down to it, it’s all about you right? I mean, what have these theoretical unborn children ever done for you? Enjoy the posters.   For those of you who want to lie and claim you got them all right, here are the answers you filthy, filthy, lying cheaters. Enjoy! Comedy: Anchorman, Best In Show, Carry On Doctor, Doctor Strangelove, Elf, Four Lions, Groundhog Day, Happy Gilmore, In The Loop, The Jerk, Kingpin, The Life of Brian, Meet The Parents, Napoleon Dynamite, Old School, The Pink Panther, Quick Change, Roxanne, Spaceballs, This Is Spinal Tap, Uncle Buck, Vice Versa, Withnail and I, Project X, Young Frankenstein, Zoolander War: Apocalypse Now, Bridge on the River Kwai, Casablanca, Downfall, Escape to Victory, Full Metal Jacket, Great Escape, Heroes of Telemark, Inglourious Basterds, Jarhead, Kelly‚Äôs Heroes, Letters …

Mint Condition: Trading Cards for Fictional Athletes

Talented artist Cuyler Smith has created a series of trading cards based on fictional athletes. The series features so many great cards with characters from The Mighty Ducks, Friday Night Lights, Varsity Blues, Caddyshack, Space Jam, Slapshot, The Karate Kid, Rookie of the Year and the list goes on and on. Give this guy a follow on Instagram or check out his website here (where you can actually purchase this stuff!). In the meantime, here is a taste of this guy’s talents. Enjoy.  

The Song “Green Onions” Seems To Be In Every Movie

When I say “Green Onions” you probably think about the little green onions they put on top of nachos. I personally think of the money you still owe for said nachos (we got extra beef and guacamole on it Ted! That shit ain’t cheap!). What you probably don’t think of is the amazingly catchy song “Green Onions” by Booker T. & The M.G.s. It’s a song many of us do not know by name but know it instantly once we hear it. So how is it possible that we know a song so well yet can’t tell you it’s name or who performs it? Well, I will tell you Suzie (I’m calling our readers Suzie today). It’s because you are racist. Just kidding, well, maybe you are racist but that’s only part of the reason you can’t name the song. The other part is that, this is a song that you’ve probably exclusively heard through movies and tv shows. I know that was the case for me until I took Music in Pop Culture during …