Miss Congeniality

Well, now you've handed all three branches of government to fanatics and the lunatic fringe. But at least you "feel" good about it.
The real competition should lie in community service hours logged, charity dollars raised, and persons inspired. Women should be judged based on character and contributions, instead of looks.
To the self-proclaimed feminists who judge me for my involvement in pageants, I want you to know that I do not compete in pageants for the attention of men. I am proud of my body, but it does not define me or validate my worth. I compete in pageants because I like them. Feminism and femininity can co-exist.
The writers of the 2000 hit comedy "Miss Congeniality" received inspiration for the Sandra Bullock flick from an unusual
Glenn Holland ("Mr. Holland's Opus") and Dewey Finn ("School of Rock") Superman and Batman are meeting, so why can't the
I realize Elle is not real, but that doesn't make her contribution to contemporary society any less significant. In order to properly explain my debt of gratitude to this fictional character, a little background is in order.
He was on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list for twelve years. But Whitey Bulger was ultimately brought down by Miss Congeniality. No, not Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock's eponymous female FBI character in the 2000 film), but Anna Bjornsdottir.
Fight Club has always been my favorite movie. I wondered somewhere deep in my soul what it would feel like to bash another man in the face. So I went out in search of the real thing.