All good things come in threes. The Three Stooges. The Three Musketeers. Hanson. So naturally these three legged stools are pretty darn great. Maybe not as great as Hanson but what is? More
Although Pain & Gain is based on a true story (the opening narration goes, ‘unfortunately, this is a true story’), Bay treats it as though it was some weird The Three Stooges Go on a Crime Spree filtered through a heightened color palette. Three bodybuilders (Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, Anthony Mackie) with a dream kidnap [...]
You probably recognize comedian Will Sasso from his time at MadTV, his role in "The Three Stooges," or as his Twitter profile puts it, "I'm...
The large-scale destructiveness he has previously wrecked upon public and private property (including entire cities), Michael Bay visits on the human body in Pain & Gain, a pulverizing steroidal farce based on a bizarre-but-true kidnapping-and-murder case. Show More Summary
(YouTube link) I'm not familiar with the process of drilling a water well, but I don't think it's supposed to go like this. The visual punchline comes at about 1:40. -via Arbroath
Evidently, the rumored "de-policing" has IPRA scrabbling for cases to screw officers on, so they held a workshop on how to complain: Three stooges there.
In 1940 after The Three Stooges made a short entitled “You Nazty Spy” which satirized Hitler and his high ranking Nazi leadership as bumbling idiots, Hitler wanted to kill The Three Stooges, and put them on a “kill list”. Likely if Hitler would have won the war he would killed The Three Stooges regardless, because [...]
Who would have guessed that Will Sasso of MADtv and "The Three Stooges" movie would use Vine for the funniest (really, like, tears-rolling-down-your-face-funny) purposes yet?...
Must have worked, Cal upset the No. 5 seed, UNLV 64-61. Read more...
The Del-Lords formed in New York City and grabbed their band name from the director of The Three Stooges shorts and movies. No wise guys, the Del-Lords made respected music in the ‘80s including 1988’s Judas Kiss.
CJ Kaplan remembers the man who taught him to love The Three Stooges, Mad Magazine, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” and other great works of art.
During the 1940s and 50s, comedian Joe Besser — who was to gain TV fame as “Stinky” the (middle aged) kid on the Abbot & Costello Show and as the most unloved Curley replacement “third Stooge” in the Three Stooges — was famous for a saying: “Not so faaaaaaaaaaast!” You might say that the Democratic [...]
A RARITY: The final incarnation of The Three Stooges with the underrated Joe Besser as Curley…live on TV in their 1959 “comeback.” Besser was with the trio in the final years of their act when the Stooges played clubs, Vegas and did feature films with the violence toned down. You can now buy a set [...]
Iggy & The Stooges, who had three classic albums during their first run as a band (1967-1971) and returned with Iggy, Rob Asheton, and Scott Asheton in tow for 2007's The Weirdness, are now ready to release another new...
by Richard Roeper It's really tough to have it both ways. Let's say you want to do a broad, shtick-filled comedy filled with "Three Stooges" humor, e.g., a character is hit head-on by a speeding car, tumbles over the roof, lands with a cringe-inducing thud on the highway — and suffers nary a scratch or even a hairline fracture. The stuff of cartoons.
Bonnie and Clyde. Simon and Garfunkel. The Three Stooges. Each of these groups relied on every member to work. Bonnie without Clyde was just a waitress. Simon without Garfunkel is just Simon. And one Stooge is just a mentally ill person caught in an endless loop of pain and absurd situations. Nobody would find their story worth telling if it...
Have you ever wondered what you would get if you took the movie title The Two Towers and added it, math-equation-style, to The Three Stooges? Of course you haven't. What are you, some crazy person? (Incidentally, you'd get Five Easy Pieces.) But we here at Vulture are crazy pop-culture people, ... More »
I wouldn't consider myself the ultimate Three Stooges aficionado on the planet...far from it. This said, I'm rather familiar with their work and history and don't recall EVER seeing anything remotely like this. It's from 1938, comesShow More Summary
Amazing color footage from 1938. The Three Stooges at the Steel Pier, Atlantic City, New Jersey. Film by George Mann of the comedy dance team, Barto and Mann.