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If you’re familiar with me at all, you know that my love for LOST knows no bounds. So it came as quite a shock when I stumbled across an awesome LOST fan site that I had never seen before. is an amazing and informative resource on all things past and present dealing with the survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. This week, they’ve posted some terrific LOST-themed e-Valentines like the one shown above. For more romantic Island escapades, click here for the full gallery. And remember, nothing says love like cursed lottery numbers and pregnant Aussies!



I’ve got to be honest, finding ten films that were decent enough to put on this list was not an easy thing to do. If this were a top ten mediocre films list, I would’ve had to cut it down from about 200 gigantic piles of “meh”. That’s how wretched this past year was for the cinema. However, I managed to pluck ten sparkly gems from the rotting walls of the stinking, decaying, festering cave known as the film industry, and here they are for your enjoyment:

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The Coen brothers are genius auteurs who have made masterpieces for over 25 years, and their latest, True Grit, entertained audiences to the tune of $24.5 million this weekend. So naturally, because the majority of American movie-goers are mouth-breathing ass-tards, the film placed second to that monumentally stupid and artless piece of shit, Little Fockers. Honestly, I don’t even understand how any human being with a shred of dignity or taste can even say Little Fockers to a ticket collector without dying a little inside. Congratulations, morons.

Here are your top 3 films at the box-office for the weekend of Dec. 31 – Jan. 2

1.) Little Fockers – $26.3 million

2.) True Grit – $24.5 million

3.) Tron Legacy – $18.3 million

Complete weekend chart can be found at Box Office Mojo.

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