Monsters’ Ball: The Week’s Best Comments

It is so nice outside right now that you can barely even tell that thousands upon thousands of gallons of oil are pouring into the ocean right now in an incredible environmental catastrophe. HAHA, JUST KIDDING RIGHT? IT’S FRIDAY LET’S HAVE FUN! You guys, I was just kidding about that oil stuff, don’t even worry about it. PARTY! PARTY! PARTY! We have to get out there and celebrate having made it through another week. It really is an incredible accomplishment. We should all be very proud. Goodnight!

After the jump, the five Highest Rated Comments, as voted on by you, the Lowest Rated Comment, the winner of this week’s Larry King at a Dodgers Game Caption Contest, and the Editor’s Choice.

This Week’s Highest Rated Comments

#4 west | Apr 27th Score:127

Scott Baio IS KD Lang

Posted in: Best New Party Game: 22: #worstbiopics
#3 Capu Flapu And The Spasmatic Pentagrams | Apr 26th Score:135

This film has The National’s “All The Wine” on the soundtrack. Thus it cannot be the WMOAT.

Also, yes, I do still make CD mixtapes for girls I like.

Also, yes, I am still single.

Posted in: The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist
#1 werttrew | Apr 26th Score:161

graphic courtesy of Lakonislate

Dear Videogum Staff: I once again nominate the 2009 film Amelia, the biopic about aviatrix Amelia Earhart starring Hilary Swank and Richard Gere, for The Worst Movie of All Time. This is a truly awful film.

So. Here we are: at the end of the films for this round. Before too long, the next batch of films will be named. So my heart is filled with a dreadful anticipation, a hope I fear only because it will hurt so much if it is squashed. We shall know with the new list if this film—my nemesis, my archrival, the Gwyneth Paltrow to my Gabe Delahaye—will be eviscerated in WMOAT in the next session. I am elated yet fearful, wary that the giddy, fiery hope I feel at the moment will last for two seconds only to come to a quick, painful end.

But even if it doesn’t—and I sincerely hope it does, but if it doesn’t—I shall soldier on past the disappointment to continue my dogged crusade to have this film exposed in this forum for the pretentious, windy, plotless, intelligence-insulting drivel it is. I shall continue undaunted despite the lump on my head and my life-long fear of broomsticks, toy cars, and fashionable outdoor tables. I shall be here next week and every week with a similar message till this film’s inclusion is secure. Good day and thank you for your time.

Posted in: The Hunt For The Worst Movie Of All Time: Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist

Ed. note: It is always nice to see an inside joke taken as far as it can possibly be taken, and then A LITTLE FURTHER EVEN.

This Week’s Lowest Rated Comment

Steve Winwood | Apr 28th Score:-36
Yeesh, get a life, loser. If your only joy in life is correcting people’s spelling and grammar mistakes then you are one step away from becoming Adolph Hitler.
Posted in: The Videogum Why Don’t You Caption It? Contest: Larry King At A Dodgers Game

Ed. note: What is there to even say at this point? Hi, Steve Winwood!

This Week’s Caption Contest Winner

Kateness | Apr 28th Score:82

Larry King draws his power by sucking the life out of the young.

Posted in: The Videogum Why Don’t You Caption It? Contest: Larry King At A Dodgers Game

Ed. note: Congratulations, Kateness. You earned it!

This Week’s Editor’s Choice

Ian | Apr 26th Score:76

Gabe’s upset since Betty White wouldn’t go to prom with him in 1937

Posted in: Who Is Betty White’s Publicist?

Ed. note: It is always a little weird when you guys bring up my personal life in the comments, but at least get your facts straight. I didn’t ask Betty White to go to prom, Betty White asked ME. It was very shocking at the time. So obviously, as a gentleman, I had to refuse. Also, it was 1927.