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Give us a second, while we wipe the tears from our eyes!
…Okay, better! LOLz!
Check out the adorable video (above) of Hollywood's best love speeches from a wide variety of movies!
We love the fact that this montage not only covers the classics like When Harry Met Sally and Annie Hall…but it also takes speeches/quotes from less mainstream romantic movies, such as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World!
Just goes to show that U can find love anywhere! Happy Valentine's Day everybody!
Which love speech/quote from a movie is UR fave? Did they miss any in this video???
It's like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind meets The Notebook, Dear John, and every Nicholas Sparks movie EVER made!
Looks like we've got yet ANOTHER reason to stock up on Kleenex…
What do U think? Will U check out The Vow when it comes out in February???
P.S. Glad to see Jessica Lange here! She's FANTASTIC in American Horror Story!
According to reports, the actor had been allegedly placed on a terror advisory list after he arranged screenings of a new documentary, GasLand, which is all about natural gas drilling.
A rep for the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, which oversees PA's homeland security dept, has said that Mark Ruffalo is not on their terror advisory list AND that they don't even have a terror advisory list!
Sure, it was probably weird for him to think he was a suspected terrorist, but lets look at the bright side of this….
-Mark kept a positive attitude the entire time, and impressed us with his ability to stay cool under pressure
-He'll be fresh in everyone's minds when the new Hulk movie comes out
-He's still totally adorbs in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Glad to hear everything's normal again, Mark. Hopefully, we'll never have to use your name with words like "terror"
or "Pennsylvania" in a sentence ever again!
Did U think EVER think there was a chance that Mark was up to no good?
[Image via WENN.]
We're sorry, but we seriously doubt that Mark Ruffalo is a threat to our national security. The guy was in 13 Going On 30!
Looks like Ruffalo has been allegedly placed on the United States terror advisory list after he arranged screenings of a new documentary, GasLand, which is all about natural gas drilling.
Fortunately, he seems to be keeping a positive attitude about the whole thing. Apparently, he told GQ that he think it's "pretty f**kin' funny."
We've got your back, Mark! We know you're not a threat in any way, shape, or form.
…Plus, you were totally adorbs in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind!
[Image via WENN.]
This is absolutely insane!
Researchers at John Hopkins University have discovered a procedure that could potentially help produce a drug to erase memories that trigger post-traumatic stress disorder!
In an even more bizarre turn, the technique is similar to the one used in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind!
According to researchers, they were able to remove a protein for the region of the brain in mice that was responsible for recalling the fear they felt upon hearing a loud sound!
Lead researcher Dr. Richard L. Huganir explains:
'When a traumatic event occurs, it creates a fearful memory that can last a lifetime and have a debilitating effect on a person’s life. Our finding describing these molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in that process raises the possibility of manipulating those mechanisms with drugs to enhance behavioral therapy for such conditions as post-traumatic stress disorder. The idea was to remove these proteins and weaken the connections in the brain created by the trauma, thereby erasing the memory itself. This may sound like science fiction, the ability to selectively erase memories. But this may one day be applicable for the treatment of debilitating fearful memories in people, such as post-traumatic stress syndrome associated with war, rape or other traumatic events.'
And absolutely fascinating! This research, however, leads to a LOT of questions about whether or not this kind of treatment should be used.
We don't like the idea that there could be a drug that could make people forget, even if it would be solely used for post-traumatic stress! It would have to be a pretty extreme case to warrant its use, we think!
What do U think?? Do U think this drug would be a good idea??