Jesse Pinkman's Lost Audition For 'Frozen'

He doesn't audition well. Two radically different depictions of creating blue crystals find an opportunity to dovetail for one fleeting moment. Please take note: Jesse Pinkman does not want to build a snowman.

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Jesse Pinkman Saying 'Bitch': The DEFINITIVE Supercut

The last version missed a few bitches. Back in November, YouTube user Axilrod posted a supercut of every instance where Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman says "bitch." Or so they thought. I'll let Axilrod explain: I noticed I had missed a bitch in the other bitch video, then I noticed I had missed a couple more. One I could have lived with, but 3 was too many to overlook, so I added them and cleaned the video up (I did the first one in 15 minutes). Today a wrong has been made right. Warms my heart.


Pearl Jam Covers 'Let It Go' From 'Frozen' In Concert

They went into the song as a segue from "Daughter." They must be getting softer in their old age. Iconic rockers Pearl Jam have long made a habit of taking a familiar riff in one song, then letting it lead to another familiar one, most notably in their live performance of "Better Man" that dovetails into a cover of The English Beat's "Save it for Later." However, that might be lost on the younger market, so perhaps Pearl Jam was making a more overt gesture towards the tween market with their performance of Frozen's "Let It Go."


Jump Scare of the Day: 'Audition' -- The Bag Scene

If you have any suggestions for what a future entry should be, give us a shout over at @screenjunkies with the hashtag #jumpscare. By Jared Jones Today's Jump Scare of the Day takes us back to 1999 and one of the most psychologically damaging movies of all time, Audition. Telling the classic tale of boy meets girl, girl turns out to be psychopath, girl cuts boy's foot off with piano wire, Audition has become perhaps the most infamous work of legendary Japanese director Takashi Miike, and it's thanks in a large part to the infamous "bag scene" depicted above. A little backstory, for those of you who don't engage in masochistic filmgoing experiences like Audition on the regular: Some seven years after his wife passes, Shigeharu Aoyama is trying to get back into the dating world. The only way he knows how to do this is to have his friend stage fake "auditions" for the part of his wife (Japan, amiright?). He becomes infatuated with cute as a button Asami Yamazaki during one such audition and decides to give her a call some four days later. Unfortunately for Aoyama, it turns out that Asami is what some would call "crazypants bananas", as evident by the fact that she spent the entirety of those four days sitting next to a phone with a mysterious bag next to her. A bag that, well, I won't spoil it. If you have any suggestions for what a future entry should be, give us a shout over at @screenjunkies with the hashtag #jumpscare.


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From the mouths of babes. Over the last ten months, I've been "invited" to watch my friend's daughter perform her own recital of "Let It Go" from Frozen on many occassions. I listen politely. Smile. Act complimentary. Because it is really cute. But to tell you the full truth, I found the performances a little flat. There was no flair, the pitch was horrible, and in not once did she commit with their upper body. It's a performance, honey. Sell me some sizzle. Thankfully, YouTuber Emily Mandelbaum knows how to capture the attention of an audience. Her fresh take on the new classic is a classic in its own right. Take note, Aretha Franklin. This is how you leave your mark on an existing hit.


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Who would have thought that populating an island with extinct animals would be so expensive? If the only thing keeping you from developing your own Jurassic Park was the uncertainty of the cost, I'm happy to say that you can now get to building. Courtesy of Fandango, a video has been assembled that allows us, with very little precision whatsoever, to determine how much a Jurassic Park would be for us. It turns out it wouldn't be cheap. It's far more money than most of us have. Did we need a video to tell us that? Not really, but if we all pooled our money, we'd probably have enough to build it. So leave your PayPal email in the comments, and I'll send you an invoice for your share of the park (1/4 raptor). Here's the video. (A.V. Club)