Top 10: Best Looking Guys from the 80s

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10. Jon Bon Jovi: In the 80s you really had to love “hard core” rock to love Jon Bon Jovi. Cut off t-shirts, acid wash jeans and really long, really styled hair. I’m halfway there……

9. Michael J Fox: Look how cute this picture is. This is Michael J as Marty McFly in Back to the Future. He also looked very, very cute in “Secret of my Success.”

8. Patrick Swayze: So hot in Dirty Dancing. I love the picture below, he looks so young and cute. Bless his heart.

7. Jordan Knight: He definitely has the Right Stuff for the 80s. Nice eyebrows, nicely coiffed hair, and brown eyes to make girls swoon. I had the Jordan sweatshirt.

6. Kirk Cameron: Mike Seaver was so much cuter than his brother Ben and his best friend Boner Stabone (Rian just told me that Boner deserves a spot on this list). I LOVED Kirk Cameron. My first MAJOR crush. I will always love him and I am disappointed in myself that he is only Number 6 on my list.

5. Rob Lowe: Think of Rob playing the sax in St. Elmo’s Fire. Great. Now all the women reading this are probably thinking of sex. You and me both ladies. You and me both.

4. John Cusack: In high school I secretly prayed that whenever my boyfriend Blake and I got in a fight, he would come over to my house and relive this exact scene below. He never did. John is so cute. His sweet little grin/smile and his kind eyes. I love him.

3. Scott Baio: He was the new boy in the neighborhood and the very first “Manny.” My sis and I watched this show every day after school, and we loved us some Charles. This picture is lame, but it shows his boy-next-door cuteness which is what I originally loved him for.

2. Andrew McCarthy: Another hottie in St. Elmo’s Fire. But SO HOT in Pretty in Pink. He was so popular and good looking and then he chose Andy of all girl’s! I still love him to this very day. Did anyone see him on Lipstick Jungle? H.O.T.

1. Tom Cruise: HOLY CRAP! Isn’t the picture below so awesome? He looks so HOT in this picture., and, this picture could totally translate to today with those aviators. Do I even dare mention the volleyball scene in Top Gun?

Honorable Mentions: Tom Selleck (that one is for you Mom), Christian Slater, River Phoenix, Mark Harmon.

Top 10s

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In an effort to be a better blogger, and get more than 8 official followers, I am adding a new segment to the blog. Top 10 lists. I loved doing my Top 10 Golden Globes and I have already made a list of Top 10 lists I can write about. So, stay tuned and follow me, or tell your buddies to follow me.

Farter

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I have a student in class who is a farter (or a tooter as Elaine prefers). The first TWO times it was pretty funny. Especially because this student will totally own up to the fact that it is him. The first time he did it and owned it, I laughed so hard I cried. The second time I still giggled, but now, it is getting old and kind of annoying. I would say that he has done this in my class now around 10 times. Now it bothers me and I think it bothers a few other kids. Do I tell him to stop? Do I take him out in the hall and say please stop tooting in my class? Oh man….help please.

How Many Have You Seen? (I have seen 66)

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From the IMDb Top 250 Movies of all time. I put a yes next to the ones that I have seen.

Rank Rating Title Votes
1. 9.1 The Shawshank Redemption (1994) – yes
471,290
2. 9.1 The Godfather (1972) 381,181
3. 9.0 The Godfather: Part II (1974) 224,600
4. 8.9 Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo. (1966) 142,553
5. 8.9 Pulp Fiction (1994) – yes
383,501
6. 8.8 Schindler’s List (1993) – yes
254,020
7. 8.8 12 Angry Men (1957) 104,456
8. 8.8 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975) 195,663
9. 8.8 The Dark Knight (2008) – yes
419,636
10. 8.8 Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980) – yes
258,312
11. 8.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) – yes
335,971
12. 8.8 Star Wars (1977) – yes
301,732
13. 8.7 Casablanca (1942) – yes
156,802
14. 8.7 Goodfellas (1990) – yes
210,174
15. 8.7 Shichinin no samurai (1954) 89,516
16. 8.7 Cidade de Deus (2002) 150,983
17. 8.7 Fight Club (1999) – yes
349,152
18. 8.7 Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) – yes
227,862
19. 8.7 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) – yes
361,313
20. 8.7 Rear Window (1954) 109,777
21. 8.7 The Usual Suspects (1995) – yes
248,724
22. 8.7 Psycho (1960) 132,231
23. 8.7 C’era una volta il West (1968) 66,833
24. 8.6 The Silence of the Lambs (1991) – yes
226,068
25. 8.6 The Matrix (1999) – yes
352,642
26. 8.6 Memento (2000) – yes
249,039
27. 8.6 Se7en (1995) – yes
254,574
28. 8.6 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002) – yes
303,594
29. 8.6 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – yes
95,216
30. 8.6 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) 146,680
31. 8.6 Sunset Blvd. (1950) 49,835
32. 8.6 Citizen Kane (1941) 130,304
33. 8.6 North by Northwest (1959) 86,511
34. 8.6 Léon (1994) 181,650
35. 8.6 Apocalypse Now (1979) 161,550
36. 8.5 American Beauty (1999) – yes
272,603
37. 8.5 American History X (1998) 205,061
38. 8.5 Forrest Gump (1994) – yes
273,785
39. 8.5 Taxi Driver (1976) 142,463
40. 8.5 Avatar (2009) 160,589
41. 8.5 Vertigo (1958) 84,687
42. 8.5 Lawrence of Arabia (1962) 74,256
43. 8.5 Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) 218,287
44. 8.5 Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001) 166,097
45. 8.5 WALL·E (2008) 159,974
46. 8.5 Alien (1979) 166,496
47. 8.5 Saving Private Ryan (1998) – yes
250,970
48. 8.5 A Clockwork Orange (1971) 178,999
49. 8.5 The Shining (1980) – yes
162,996
50. 8.4 Paths of Glory (1957) 41,128
51. 8.4 The Departed (2006) – yes
238,777
52. 8.4 To Kill a Mockingbird (1962) – yes
77,024
53. 8.4 The Pianist (2002) 121,287
54. 8.4 Aliens (1986) 157,917
55. 8.4 Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) 91,218
56. 8.4 Das Leben der Anderen (2006) 66,062
57. 8.4 M (1931) 36,540
58. 8.4 Double Indemnity (1944) 34,006
59. 8.4 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) 201,821
60. 8.4 Chinatown (1974) 72,612
61. 8.4 Requiem for a Dream (2000) 169,336
62. 8.4 The Third Man (1949) 47,450
63. 8.4 L.A. Confidential (1997) – yes
154,911
64. 8.4 Reservoir Dogs (1992) 196,603
65. 8.4 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948) 30,585
66. 8.4 Das Boot (1981) 65,759
67. 8.4 Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975) – yes
145,888
68. 8.4 El laberinto del fauno (2006) 138,461
69. 8.4 Inglourious Basterds (2009) 128,630
70. 8.4 City Lights (1931) 24,597
71. 8.4 The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) 54,850
72. 8.4 Up (2009) 76,529
73. 8.3 Raging Bull (1980) 82,955
74. 8.3 The Prestige (2006) 182,321
75. 8.3 Singin’ in the Rain (1952) 51,335
76. 8.3 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) 149,481
77. 8.3 La vita è bella (1997) 99,008
78. 8.3 Back to the Future (1985) – yes
184,731
79. 8.3 Some Like It Hot (1959) 62,188
80. 8.3 Der Untergang (2004) 74,696
81. 8.3 Modern Times (1936) 32,387
82. 8.3 The Maltese Falcon (1941) 48,121
83. 8.3 Amadeus (1984) 89,925
84. 8.3 Gran Torino (2008) 105,955
85. 8.3 Slumdog Millionaire (2008) 154,610
86. 8.3 Rashômon (1950) 35,648
87. 8.3 Full Metal Jacket (1987) 139,438
88. 8.3 Nuovo cinema Paradiso (1988) 41,315
89. 8.3 Braveheart (1995) – yes
223,534
90. 8.3 All About Eve (1950) 32,572
91. 8.3 Once Upon a Time in America (1984) 65,996
92. 8.3 The Elephant Man (1980) 53,252
93. 8.3 Sin City (2005) 236,514
94. 8.3 The Green Mile (1999) – yes
180,987
95. 8.3 Metropolis (1927) 35,809
96. 8.3 Rebecca (1940) 32,706
97. 8.3 The Great Dictator (1940) 33,619
98. 8.3 The Apartment (1960) 33,311
99. 8.3 The Sting (1973) 60,953
100. 8.3 The Great Escape (1963) 57,384
101. 8.3 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) – yes
160,461
102. 8.3 Gladiator (2000) – yes
256,400
103. 8.3 Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983) – yes
197,414
104. 8.3 Batman Begins (2005) – yes
249,597
105. 8.3 Ladri di biciclette (1948) 24,673
106. 8.3 Jaws (1975) – yes
127,885
107. 8.3 District 9 (2009) 114,461
108. 8.3 Unforgiven (1992) – yes
90,005
109. 8.2 Blade Runner (1982) 173,609
110. 8.2 Hotel Rwanda (2004) – yes
84,162
111. 8.2 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) – yes
30,969
112. 8.2 No Country for Old Men (2007) 180,538
113. 8.2 Die Hard (1988) – yes
167,758
114. 8.2 On the Waterfront (1954) 37,994
115. 8.2 Touch of Evil (1958) 30,236
116. 8.2 Oldboy (2003) 86,654
117. 8.2 Det sjunde inseglet (1957) 33,686
118. 8.2 Fargo (1996) – yes
154,308
119. 8.2 Mononoke-hime (1997) 60,104
120. 8.2 The Wizard of Oz (1939) – yes
96,065
121. 8.2 Strangers on a Train (1951) 31,354
122. 8.2 Per qualche dollaro in più (1965) 38,852
123. 8.2 Heat (1995) – yes
133,672
124. 8.2 Donnie Darko (2001) 194,237
125. 8.2 Cool Hand Luke (1967) – yes
41,831
126. 8.2 The Wrestler (2008) 79,318
127. 8.2 High Noon (1952) – yes
31,721
128. 8.2 Notorious (1946) 28,985
129. 8.2 There Will Be Blood (2007) 118,904
130. 8.2 The Manchurian Candidate (1962) 32,626
131. 8.2 The Sixth Sense (1999) – yes
222,509
132. 8.2 Annie Hall (1977) 60,383
133. 8.2 The Deer Hunter (1978) 81,560
134. 8.2 Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) 213,516
135. 8.1 Platoon (1986) 100,677
136. 8.1 The General (1926) 18,202
137. 8.1 Snatch. (2000) - yes
158,088
138. 8.1 The Big Sleep (1946) 26,878
139. 8.1 Ben-Hur (1959) 54,113
140. 8.1 Into the Wild (2007) 85,580
141. 8.1 The Big Lebowski (1998) 162,399
142. 8.1 Million Dollar Baby (2004) 128,283
143. 8.1 Yojimbo (1961) 26,684
144. 8.1 Ran (1985) 31,921
145. 8.1 It Happened One Night (1934) 22,954
146. 8.1 Star Trek (2009) 114,057
147. 8.1 The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) – yes
132,045
148. 8.1 Life of Brian (1979) 86,950
149. 8.1 The Lion King (1994) – yes
122,564
150. 8.1 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) – yes
53,306
151. 8.1 Finding Nemo (2003) – yes
150,432
152. 8.1 Smultronstället (1957) 19,276
153. 8.1 Witness for the Prosecution (1957) 16,314
154. 8.1 Trainspotting (1996) 139,382
155. 8.1 Stand by Me (1986) – yes
83,351
156. 8.1 The Graduate (1967) 71,820
157. 8.1 Gone with the Wind (1939) – yes
72,948
158. 8.1 Toy Story (1995) – yes
132,781
159. 8.1 The Terminator (1984) 165,379
160. 8.1 Groundhog Day (1993) – yes
124,084
161. 8.1 Ratatouille (2007) 119,097
162. 8.1 Scarface (1983) 139,068
163. 8.1 Amores perros (2000) 56,099
164. 8.1 The Thing (1982) 71,241
165. 8.1 Gandhi (1982) 46,619
166. 8.1 Dog Day Afternoon (1975) 54,484
167. 8.1 V for Vendetta (2005) 204,165
168. 8.1 (1963) 26,615
169. 8.1 The Grapes of Wrath (1940) 21,587
170. 8.1 The Gold Rush (1925) 19,042
171. 8.1 Twelve Monkeys (1995) 156,939
172. 8.1 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) 115,099
173. 8.1 Le salaire de la peur (1953) 12,758
174. 8.1 Les diaboliques (1955) 12,997
175. 8.1 The Night of the Hunter (1955) 23,505
176. 8.1 The Princess Bride (1987) – yes
117,381
177. 8.1 The Incredibles (2004) – yes
146,098
178. 8.0 Casino (1995) – yes
99,098
179. 8.0 Judgment at Nuremberg (1961) 12,719
180. 8.0 The Killing (1956) 22,635
181. 8.0 Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) 11,912
182. 8.0 Children of Men (2006) 144,138
183. 8.0 The Wild Bunch (1969) 28,732
184. 8.0 Hotaru no haka (1988) 30,959
185. 8.0 In Bruges (2008) 84,676
186. 8.0 The Exorcist (1973) – yes
94,862
187. 8.0 Le notti di Cabiria (1957) 9,878
188. 8.0 The Best Years of Our Lives (1946) 15,941
189. 8.0 The Hustler (1961) 23,499
190. 8.0 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) 10,187
191. 8.0 Harvey (1950) 21,586
192. 8.0 The Kid (1921) 12,248
193. 8.0 Ed Wood (1994) 68,357
194. 8.0 King Kong (1933) 35,789
195. 8.0 Good Will Hunting (1997) – yes
137,675
196. 8.0 Dial M for Murder (1954) 26,925
197. 8.0 Rosemary’s Baby (1968) 45,885
198. 8.0 Letters from Iwo Jima (2006) 50,912
199. 8.0 Big Fish (2003) 129,542
200. 8.0 Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 19,560
201. 8.0 Låt den rätte komma in (2008) 44,947
202. 8.0 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008) 119,464
203. 8.0 A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) 31,021
204. 8.0 Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) 167,781
205. 8.0 Sleuth (1972) 15,809
206. 8.0 Crash (2004/I) – yes
158,768
207. 8.0 Brief Encounter (1945) 12,145
208. 8.0 Stalag 17 (1953) 19,184
209. 8.0 Magnolia (1999) 114,007
210. 8.0 The African Queen (1951) 31,524
211. 8.0 Duck Soup (1933) 24,526
212. 8.0 Le scaphandre et le papillon (2007) 27,003
213. 8.0 Rocky (1976) 87,028
214. 8.0 Mystic River (2003) – yes
108,140
215. 8.0 Bonnie and Clyde (1967) 37,903
216. 8.0 Manhattan (1979) 35,531
217. 8.0 Rope (1948) 28,513
218. 8.0 Network (1976) 30,414
219. 8.0 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) – yes
215,011
220. 8.0 Wo hu cang long (2000) 102,737
221. 8.0 Little Miss Sunshine (2006) 138,453
222. 8.0 La strada (1954) 16,131
223. 8.0 Changeling (2008) 54,432
224. 8.0 Patton (1970) 36,801
225. 8.0 (500) Days of Summer (2009) – yes
45,251
226. 8.0 The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) 21,453
227. 8.0 The Conversation (1974) 30,119
228. 8.0 Planet of the Apes (1968) 52,945
229. 8.0 The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) 71,486
230. 7.9 Shaun of the Dead (2004) 119,527
231. 7.9 La battaglia di Algeri (1966) 12,355
232. 7.9 Glory (1989) – yes
53,490
233. 7.9 All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) 19,645
234. 7.9 The Philadelphia Story (1940) 25,904
235. 7.9 Barry Lyndon (1975) 36,540
236. 7.9 The Lady Vanishes (1938) 16,459
237. 7.9 Spartacus (1960) 46,658
238. 7.9 Mulholland Dr. (2001) - yes
92,584
239. 7.9 Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966) 17,695
240. 7.9 Monsters, Inc. (2001) 102,286
241. 7.9 Tonari no Totoro (1988) 26,121
242. 7.9 Anatomy of a Murder (1959) 14,994
243. 7.9 Toy Story 2 (1999) – yes
103,284
244. 7.9 His Girl Friday (1940) 19,235
245. 7.9 Brazil (1985) 71,914
246. 7.9 Les quatre cents coups (1959) 21,458
247. 7.9 Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) 27,745
248. 7.9 Casino Royale (2006) 163,440
249. 7.9 Mou gaan dou (2002) 32,504
250. 7.9 Blood Diamond (2006) 106,456

The formula for calculating the Top Rated 250 Titles gives a true Bayesian estimate:

 weighted rating (WR) = (v ÷ (v+m)) × R + (m ÷ (v+m)) × C 

where:

  • R = average for the movie (mean) = (Rating)
  • v = number of votes for the movie = (votes)
  • m = minimum votes required to be listed in the Top 250 (currently 3000)
  • C = the mean vote across the whole report (currently 6.9)

for the Top 250, only votes from regular voters are considered.

Top 10 BEST Dressed at 2010 Golden Globes

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I just had to revise my list. I forgot about Kate and Reese because they didn’t walk the actual Red Carpet before the show. But they looked great!

10. Kate Winslet – Always classy.

9. Reese Witherspoon – Wearing purple, one of the hottest colors of the night. I love this neckline and one shoulder.

8. Anna Kendrick – Alright, Anna is my vote for someone who is going to do beautiful things with fashion for a long time to come. While I said before that I am not really into white dresses on the Red Carpet, I like this one. It is young, pretty and flirty and I really like it. I have a feeling others will not agree with me on this on, but that is okay.

7. Olivia Wilde – I like the how sparkly this is. I like the sexiness of it as well. One thing holding Olivia back from going a bit higher on the list…her makeup. It was to intense.

6. Sophia Vergara – I really liked this dress. I loved the color combination, and I think she is just beautiful. The back was a tiny bit much, but still beautiful. Nice work on your first Red Carpet Sophia.

5. Halle Berry – I really liked this. I feel like this is the “10″ version of Mariah Carey’s disgusting display of what she thought was fashionable. Her “a little bit edgy” dress also totally fit her hair, which she is rocking. Good work yet again Halle.

4. Marion Coltillard – I LOVE this dress. I love the color, no one else had anywhere close to this color. Also, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the lace on the slit. So pretty and feminine and sexy. Also, loved her hair.

3. Penelope Cruz – I am not going to lie, the top 3 were hard for me to choose from. I finally decided to put Penelope at 3 just because I could have done without the stripes on the dress, although they weren’t anything awful. She looked so gorgeous! Her hair was beautiful, her skin and makeup were FLAWLESS and I loved the lace at the top. LOVED IT!

2. Julie Bowen – Sweetheart neckline. So feminine and beautiful. Julie was a total package this night. She looked amazing, her dress was beautiful, her hair was perfect, she wore pretty makeup.

1. Toni Collette – My favorite, hand’s down. The gold was just what I needed after a night of a somewhat lackluster Red Carpet. I loved EVERY detail of this dress, her hair, her makeup, her shoes, her handbag etc. She owned the Red Carpet and she won!

"Middle of the Road" Golden Globes Fashion

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These are the people that did just okay on their fashion for the night. Most had pretty dresses and bad hair. I REALLY APPRECIATE when girls have a hairdo that matches what they are wearing. A total outfit/ensemble. This year many people fell short of the total ensemble. Some had pretty color dresses, but they weren’t that great. Here we go…

1. Anna Paquin – I kind of like this dress. I couldn’t find a good picture of her entire ensemble though. Her shoes were hideous and did not match the gold sparkly dress at all.
2. Emily Blunt – I like the dress. Very pretty. I also love her fiance. However, it looks like she jumped out of the shower put some mousse in her hair and let it air dry. Not appropriate for the Golden Globes. Get a pretty updo with such a girly, pretty dress.
3. Heidi Klum – I like the little low sleeves and the color of this dress. However, I feel like it doesn’t fit right. It looks like it might slide off of her boobies at any minute. I also wish she would have done something a bit more with her hair.
4. Jennifer Aniston – She looks hot. The slit is amazing. The one shoulder with a different shape on the other boob is a little weird, but I’ll forgive it. However, again, I wish there was different hair. She did go with Gerard Butler, who is very hot. I feel like the hair and this dress are saying, “I just got done having HOT SEX with Gerry and I just threw on this sexy dress and ran my fingers through my totally sexed up hair.” Does anyone else get that impression? I guess if anyone can pull it off, Jen can.
5. Julia Roberts – Are these the Golden Globes or Parent/Teacher Conferences night? It is pretty and I like the necklace, but it just wasn’t formal enough for me.
6. Kate Hudson – I HATE the shoes. I like the dress, even though I just don’t like it when people wear white dresses. I would have really loved this in any other color with non-slut shoes.
7. Lea Michele – Love the sweetheart neckline and the black. HATE the ballgown skirt. I HATE it. However, look at how beautiful her skin and makeup look. Different skirt, and she might have stolen the Red Carpet. Also, her hair was totally appropriate and beautiful for the night, the dress, the event. Good job Lea’s hairstylist.
8. Fergie – I am still so undecided about this dress. I like the color, it was fresh looking that night and I like the waist with the crystals. The bodice looks weird to me. I can’t explain it. It doesn’t look like her boobs are going to fall out, but it still makes it look like the top is to small. Do I even have to mention the hair? This is a greek goddess looking dress, do something different. Half up/half down? Prettier looser waves with something? I don’t know, just something different.
9. Sandra Bullock – My friend Becky hated this dress. I am just so-so about it. I dig the color. I don’t like the weird tulle hanging off of it. I especially don’t like that you can slightly see through it (see her legs?). She makes the middle of the road list though because she is so cool, I am pretty sure this dress on anyone else would look like complete dog crap, and on her, it just is…boring.

Top 12 WORST Dressed at the Golden Globes

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While I may not know a lot about fashion, I do know what I like and what I don’t like and what I think is classy and beautiful. While I really did love a few of the dresses at the 2010 Golden Globes, I was way more disgusted by some of the fashion that happened that night. Don’t blame it on the rain movie stars, it was bad to start out with. I was going to go for a Top 10 list, but I had to change my mind to the Top 12. There were some bad ones. Stay tuned for my “Middle of the Road” list and Best Dressed list.

12. Kristen Bell – I LOVE you Kristen. You are Gossip Girl. You are in Forgetting Sarah Marshall. You are cute and young. I just did not like this, and I hated the navy blue shoes. However, you are the best of the worst.
11. Diane Kruger – I like you because you date Pacey and you wore one of my favorite shades of pink. I don’t like the dress however. It seems…old fashioned? The sleeve ruffles are grossing me out.
10. January Jones – I love headbands. But….I hate this. I also hate the shoulder thing. I saw her do an interview saying she didn’t want people always thinking she is Betty Draper. Then wear something beautiful like you did last awards season young January. Click HERE to see her from last year.
9. Rita Wilson – I do not like talking crap about her. I will leave it at this, it doesn’t fit and the print is ugly. Sorry Rita.
8. Drew Barrymore – Does anyone remember those things that you could buy at Disney on Ice that were plastic string things coming out of the handle and the ends would light up different colors? Then when it got dark, you would turn it on and look at the beautiful colors. I can’t remember the name of those things, but that is what I feel is on Drew’s shoulder and hip. I hate it.
7. Elisabetta Canali – Myself and the rest of the world don’t know you from squat. We do know that you are now dating George Clooney. Do you know how much the world loves George Clooney? A HELL of a lot. Next time you are seen in public with this sexy, giving, hysterical (did I say sexy) man, dress like someone we want to love. Not some ugly colored, gladiator style dress with your weird arm band tattoo showing. Work on it girl, I see you are pretty, help me like you. Please.
6. Nicole Kidman – Are you there Nicole? All I see is a peach blur. However, you are never one of my faves on the red carpet, I know it is in you somewhere. Step it up, you are married to a hot man, dress sexy or over the top with color for once.
5. Mariah Carey – Are there words for this? Mine words are…get it together. You are almost 40. Stop acting like a piece of trash.
4. Chloe Sevigny – At first I thought I liked this a little bit. I do not like it. The ruffles are hideous, and I think it looks like an 80s Prom dress. Sidenote: I do NOT like when pastel colors look “grayish”. I think those colors are called ashes of roses and ashes of lavender. Yuck. And, Chloe is weird.
3. Christina Hendricks – Christian Siriano did this. I know that he knows someone with her coloring should not wear a pale peach. Come on. She is a BOMBSHELL on Mad Men. Work it girl! I think I would have liked this dress better if it was the color of the dress Diane Kruger is wearing above. What do you think?

2. Jennifer Morrison – I almost put this as my worst dressed. But I think her hair looks pretty, so I didn’t give her the worst. This dress is disgusting.

THE WORST DRESSED IS….

1. Tina Fey – AWFUL.

It’s My Resolution

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This year I didn’t make a list of resolutions. Every year my very first resolution is to stop biting my nails. Well, I am going on the 2nd Anniversary of my 29th Birthday, and my nails still look disgusting and I still bite them. So this year, I am going with something different. My GOAL for 2010 is to get organized EVERYWHERE. This is how I plan to do it:

  1. Lose the weight. It is a lot of weight, and it MUST go down. You might be asking yourself, what does this have to do with organization? Everything. I am too unorganized to plan a dinner. My house is so messy that I decide to do something else to clean and then eat fast food. I am so tired from all of the rest of my unorganization that I make Rian bring dinner home. Not good. It will stop.
  2. Money. I am so unorganized, I don’t know where money is going, how much I have or what to do to save it. Rian and I are currently working on this one together.
  3. House. Here are the things that I would like to organize: Linen Closet, Pantry, Loft area, Cameron’s toys, under EVERY sink in our house, my kitchen cabinets, my bedroom. Rian and I were talking the other day about how awesome our house was before Cameron was born (nesting), we need to get back to that, and probably throw away as much crap as possible.
  4. My work. While I think that I am an okay teacher, I am so unorganized at school sometimes, that I turn into a bad teacher. I currently have all the tools to organize, now I just need to find the time and do it.