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Because Bradley Cooper Has Them....


After I saw “The Hangover” I was impressed for a lot of reasons.

One: It was funny.

Two: Bradley Cooper was wearing some BadAss SUNGLASSES.

Even Johnny Cage from Mortal Kombat would have to admit that.

So since I saw the movie, I realized I had to have a pair of shades like BC. And that day is today. I got 'em!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Except with black frames.

How influential? So Bradley Cooper is becoming the next BIG THING in Hollywood. His name is being mentioned constantly from tabloids about dating Rene Zellweger to being praised on Meghan McCain’s blog. "Like He's So Amazin."

But will I see his new movie “All About Steve” with Sandra Bullock?
Unlikely…..I thought her character would have been a good role for Juliette Lewis. But I’d have to see it in action first.

QATFYG: Do you like the shades? How long will BC’s stardom last? And will you see “All About Steve?”

Comments

  1. I'll be honest with you... I hate the shades. My dad has a pair he's been wearing since the '80s, so I will never consider them fashionable. Sorry.

    BC will stick around for a while--and I'm okay with that--but I definitely won't be seeing "All About Steve." It looks like one of those awful movies that makes more money than it really should. Like, anything with Matthew McConaughey. Or Jennifer Aniston.

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  2. Well Adam, The shades are going to stay. I love 'em. Respect.

    And you're right a ton of people will prolly see "All About Steve," even though it will be a waste of $6-10.

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  3. And I still think the shades look better than these.....
    http://www.luxurylaunches.com/fashion/worlds_most_expensive_sunglasses_cost_383609.php

    at $383,609.

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  4. Very good point. Touche, my friend.

    Or... people could watch "All About Steve" online for free. (Who cares about legality these days?)

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  5. True, at least you get your moneys worth that way.

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  6. as I told Al earlier. I really like those glasses too.

    I am a tool.

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