@Amphora Yes! I feel like I'm taking crazy pills--why is that the song of the summer?
Also, Thackeray has a typo.
I appreciate the interesting conjunctions in this list, and thus will proceed to take it all too seriously. Several of those Victorian "villains" are questionable, and one is downright wrong (Henry Esmond!?). Also, Jimmy Stewart does not "forever" play the creep; the very reason that "Vertigo" was so jarring is that it played against his usually endearingly harmless persona ("Mr. Smith Goes to Washington," "Philadelphia Story," It's a Wonderful Life," even "Rear Window," etc.).
@Miss Maszkerádi Since I personally don't wish to be extinguished, I can't be cavalier about the mass extinction of future humans. It seems a bit hypocritical. Are humans also the only hypocritical animals?
@Kirs Except for Donnie Darko...but Swayze did have incredibly kind-looking eyes.
@themegnapkin The rule for Colin Firth is Clean-shaven: Good boyfriend :: Mustache: Bad boyfriend.
Gwyneth Paltrow is misspelled twice up there. Gwyneth forbid!
@olivia I think they're amazing.
I love avocados, but only when they're in the perfect state between unripe and brown/mushy. Any tips on selecting these perfect avocados? I feel like they're hard to find at the market.
@lucy snowe Gloria Grahame as Ado Annie in "Oklahoma." It's kind of whine-singing. "I caaaaaaint sayyyyy no."