I had to leave the screening I attended on Thursday before I could make sure, although the voice is unmistakeable, and oddly appropriate for the film.

(No confirmation on IMDb or Wikipedia.)I could see Charlize nabbing some critics' prizes and getting snubbed by the Academy for her excellent work in this.

Others make you jump through more hoops than a tiger at the circus.

No matter what you call it—deleting, canceling, removing, whatever—when you want to be rid of an online account, you'll find most sites don't feel obliged to make it too easy for you. And if you've managed to quit a service not in this story, be kind and share your tips.

Fortunately, by taking steps to keep your personal information private, being cautious when it comes to interacting with people you meet online, and ending communication with people who threaten you, you’ll be better able to safeguard yourself from predators.

The words "I wish I could quit you" take on a whole new meaning when you want out of a relationship with an online service.

I'm sure she's totally deserving of a nomination, but with so many typical Oscar contenders, I'm not sure... (Lol yeah right) Patton Oswalt showed some nice chops in "Big Fan." More people should see him in that film to know what's he capable of.

"United States of Tara" was good for him too, even though the show ended before its time.

Along those same lines, familiarize yourself with the Terms of Use for the various sites you frequent, and the online accounts you sign up for.

Many web sites expressly prohibit harassment and if you report it through their established mechanisms, the content and/or bully should be removed from the site in a timely manner.

Sure, you once thought you and Facebook or My Space would be together forever, but eventually terms of service change, end-user license agreements mature, and, well, you're just not in the same place anymore.