the wuc bytes – grosse pointe blank

Mondays mornings are akin to having my ass sand-papered after a long bike ride.

Insult to wedgie is the fucking two-hour management meeting which goes down first thing every Monday. Being coherent and upright really sticks in my craw. (I confess, I told the sun to fuck off this morning.) (It was shining right in my eye, your honour!)

Pause for photo of Ryan Reynolds’ undies and zen-inducing breath.

Ah, Grosse Pointe (turns to greet movie warmly), I love you as if you single-handedly nullify Baz Lurman’s existence. Blessed be those Cusacks, John or Joan. They make me happy in my John Hughes bone. Such is my joo-joo love that, while Minnie Driver burns my toast to volcanic lava with her prolific freckles and outlandish chin, just this once I’m gonna let it slide.

“You can never go home again, Oatman! But I guess you can shop there.”

About the wuc

I'm a chick living in Australia, working for the man. I hate office work with a passion usually reserved for James Cameron, but somehow I ended up with a career behind a desk, stapling my forehead at random intervals.

36 Responses to “the wuc bytes – grosse pointe blank”

  1. All time favourite movie! But I’m a massive Cussack (and Driver for that matter) fan so I might be biased.

  2. Ahhh… I love this movie. I especially love the lame class reunion. I love scenes with cheesy reunions, in old gymnasiums, while echo-y tunes of the 80s play in the background…:)

  3. “They make me happy in my John Hughes bone.” Love it!

  4. Thanks a lot for “liking” my new blog. Now I have to reciprocate? Looks like I’ve got a lot of reading to catch up on. I’ve only read maybe 3 of your posts this morning and have to say I love the way your mind works. I may not understand it, but I love it. And I love John Cusack. And Joan.

  5. I’m loving all the movie clips you’ve put up. They’re such classic clips! Love your blog and sense of humour! :-)

  6. Great movie – my favorite! Thanks for the ‘like’ on our new blog :-)

  7. Awesome flick! Good work quoting a modern masterpiece.

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