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I'm sure it's all Sarah Jessica Parker's fault. When I need to blame anything that's wrong in the world, I find it comforting to blame her, or Dick Cheney, or Carly Fiorina or Bill Gates. But since we're talking about Matthew Broderick, it's got to be SJP, who was easily the most annoying person on television while she was portraying Ms. Bradshaw. I always wanted Kim Cattrell to do away with her somehow, and I'm sure no jury would have convicted her if she had done so.


And of course, there is Matthew Broderick as "Phillipe the Mouse" in Ladyhawk. Truly a wonderful film.

Soldier #2: [finds Phillipe hiding on an embattlement ledge] Where is the woman?
Phillipe: She flew away.
Soldier #2: I said where is she?
Phillipe: God's truth! She flew away!
Soldier #2: If you don't...
[soldier is shot by Navarre's crossbow bolt and falls to his death]
Phillipe: Always pays to tell the truth, Lord. Thank you. I see that now.

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