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top 5 paparnazi’s

September 18, 2008

due to the recent hype over Kanye’s arrest for a confrontation with him and a paparazzi, i felt that another top 5 countdown post was essential for the public, naming the top 5 paparnazi throw downs. paparazzi’s have a way of just taking pictures of celebrities at the wrong time, and most of the time they are brutally slapped with something other than that million-dollar photo they were looking for. it gets rough out there, but let’s get to the countdown:

number(5)  britney spears.
an angered brit-brit lashes out at a paparazzi after he gets a little too close, when she is already a little heated. any man looking to get a picture of britney in this phase of her life [bald-headed eagle status], is like a warrior going into a battle with no support, who knows what’ll happen. she threw up the craziest faces at the camera and gave a mean swing into those windows, wow!

number(4)  bjork.
never heard this name, Bjork, in my life until i saw this video. i’m not sure what provoked her to start wailing away at that reporter, but it sure as hell set her off. and you can tell she was definitely planning this in her mind, check that menacing face before she goes off, you thought she was relaxed, nuh-uh! the best thing about it was that you could hear ms. bjork getting hit by that microphone a couple of times, but it took no effect on her. that reporter got it bad!

number(3) brad and angelina.

although the couple weren’t actually involved in the paparazzi scuffle, brangeline’s security guard gave those camo’ed up photographers the works of their lives. in fact, they were so worked that one of the paparazzi stated this, “I was pouring blood. I threw myself at them, put blood all over them, and told them that I had HIV so they would stop hitting me.” those security dudes must have roughed ’em up bad mayne, dudes were dripping a purplish-red from head to toe. i think it would be worth it, to get that much closer to ms. fat-lips!

number(2) gary coleman.
gary coleman’s life has been congested with up’s and extreme down’s, right now his life is in a crucial depression, similar to what the US economy may be facing sometime soon. coleman had a little altercation at one of his local bowling alleys, a fan snapped a couple of pics of mr. coleman with his cell phone, which he obviously wasn’t too cheerful about. the arguement moved from the alley to the parking lot, where 4’8 gary hit a car, and brought down the photo-happy fan down with it. but don’t blame gary for this one, he is just rolling through harsh times, it simply wasn’t his fault [what!?]

number(1) sean penn.
probably one of the most memorable paparnazi moments, so memorable it’s been coined to throw a “sean penn” on a paparazzi these days. what happened was simple, back in 1986 sean penn had a long, strenuous day on the set filming one of his movies in China. entering his hotelroom he finds a paparazzi flashing away at his life, the next second penn had that guy dangling from his ankles from the balcony…on floor 9. yzr, that guy saw his life flash before his eyes. penn was charged then later broke out of prison [prisonbreak shoutouts] and fleed the country; therefore, being acquitted. so you celebrities learn to throw a “sean penn” especially ‘ye!

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top 5 villains, or evil-guys!

August 3, 2008

after watching batman: the dark knight [rip heath], i can no longer sympathize for the heroes or their cause. why do they repeatedly do what they do when another villain will easily arise to the scene, it’s because they want to protect the public, but why? why must they protect the public when the public itself is a villain, who knows! but i feel that it is necessary to call out the top 5 villains, or evil-guys that i have seen to be off-the-wall, bare in mind that i don’t necessarily like all these villains, i’m just naming the best of ’em for their partaking in actions of evil.

*note: please don’t forget i am only a ’90s baby so i couldn’t experience the best or worsts of the ’70s or ’80s, i came up with the best villains i have experienced in one way or another.

number(5) rita repulsa.
the name may sound weird, but we all know who she is, check the chick on the left side and you will easily be reminded! this lady was relentless, everytime the superb ranger crew thought the city was safe and just tried to live their lives in high school, ms. rita repulsa would throw out more doll-sized monsters than the barbie industry. my man tommy could only do so much but rita repulsa was just unstoppable, every time she failed she just put on more unheard monsters… simply, the rangers had it tough, word to zordon!

number(4) darth vader.
you already knew this one was coming, how could i have a compiled list of villains without one of the greatests? so great that george lucas dedicated a whopping six movies examining his life’s story. darth vader, or young anakin skywalker was a bitter boy, he searched for hope to save his darling love to no avail. his cold heart sought revenge by attempting to take over the galaxy with his monumental death star; however, his chief nemisis obi wan kanobi had become mentor to his son, luke who would bring him to his demise. you can’t hate darth vader because it was all out of love, betraying his own mentors and what not. if there is a person to blame, it’s the woman! it has even been mathematically proven that women are the root of all evil.

number(3) warden samuel norton.
warden samuel norton, the evil-guy of the shawshank redemption, presumably one of the best movies ever created as said by IMDb. this guy feigned to be andy dufresne’s buddy by giving him specific privileges that were unheard of by the other inmates, but as pleasant as he seemed he was the defector in andy’s revivial back into the mainstream community. he is a bad man, worse than both ms. rita repulsa and darth vader! but you probably can’t relate to what i’m saying unless you’ve seen the movie, so get to it pronto!

number(2) joker.
oh my gawd. the joker from batman has always been seen as a legendary villain because he was simply a joker. everything he did was connected to a joke in the comic/cartoon series, it was outstanding. but the things he did in the latest release of batman was ultimately a form of greatness. he claimed to be like a stray dog in traffic, just making decisions based on the last second lived in life. i’m not sure about all that, but he put on a show from the first scene to the ending of the movie. some times you just have to loosen up and ask yourself “why so serious?

number(1) sean archer/ castor troy.
i was put on to this movie last thanksgiving and it was action-packed. the twist was absolutely insane, the villain and the hero switched faces. the original hero is an FBI agent whose child has been killed by the villain and to stop the villain from committing many more acts of horror he actually switches faces with him while he is in a coma. the great movie it being, the villain wakes up from the coma and doesn’t like what the man has done. well you watch the movie and see what happens, but i guarantee you will love it, two villains-two heroes? what’s not to love!

honorable mentions: Dr. Evil, Austin Powers. Green Goblin, Spiderman. Jigsaw, Saw. Agent Smith, Matrix. Leatherface, Texas Chainsaw Massacre.