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John Carter of Mars (Read 1867 times)
Nov 29th, 2011 at 6:11pm

R_F_Fineman   Offline
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Is the shirtless, beefy star of John Carter of Mars, now in post-production, really named Taylor Kitsch?

from the American Heritage Dictionary:
Sentimentality or vulgar, often pretentious bad taste, especially in the arts: "When money tries to buy beauty it tends to purchase a kind of courteous kitsch"(William H. Gass).


For more on Mister Kitsch:


This does not bode well.... Huh

Fans of the Mystery Science Theater version of "Space Mutiny*" are going to have some fun giving mr. Kitsch the Reb Brown treatment!...


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