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Suck It, Wonder Woman!: The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek Hardcover – July 6, 2010
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“Turn to page 92 now!”
- Garry Shandling
“A book only Olivia Munn could write. Better read it now; everyone’ll be talking about it tomorrow.”
- Stan Lee
"This book so good. You buy now. Okay, bye."
- Olivia’s mom
"If Citizen Kane were a book, this would be it."
- Jon Favreau
“She’s part Asian! And I like sushi.”
"This book confirms why Olivia has garnered a massive supportive following--she's fearless, honest, relatable, and truly funny."
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Olivia goes to great lengths to make us feel sorry for her exclusion for different cliques starting in kindergarten. She comes off as completely self centered and unaware that this is a normal part of childhood. She also needs someone to tell her that nobody feels sorry for the ugly duckling once it has become a well paid, famous, frequently lusted after swan. Not exactly the tear jerker she seemed to think it would be. Revealing that she was a cheerleader and model during her school years also takes a lot of the sting out of her self pity.
Another annoying habit Olivia gives in to is revealing the ugliest traits of the nameless high powered Hollywood directors and producers she tried to court favors from in her early career. It astonishes me when a girl who jumps into giant pies in a French maid uniform for a very comfortable living whines about being pursued by the very men she has gone to great lengths to meet in hopes of having them forward her career. It's the natural order of things for her to take things from them, but offensive if they try to take things from her.Read more ›
From the first sentence of the introduction ("Yeah, so, I wrote a book.") to the closing line of the introduction ("f--- everybody who was ever mean to me"), I knew I was in for a treat because this was going to be a book with absolutely nothing to say for the next 288 pages. I got excited... and maybe even peed a little. Essentially, the book is broken up into three types of chapters: ones that are little anecdotes from Olivia's life, ones that pander to the geek crowd and ones that are total BS designed to waste paper. It would seem to me that most people would be interested in the first type, mildly amused by the second and totally baffled by the third.Read more ›
Olivia puts chapters together in seemingly random fashion. Talking about the industry in one chapter (which she is painfully unaware that she is somewhere near the bottom) and then jumping to her childhood in another. Then talking about random boyfriends etc. It's not really "bad" just jarring and really ordinary. Painfully ordinary in fact. It's clear that SHE really cared about all of the stories and anecdotes but never asked herself why other people would care.
She tells a story some sleazy "show biz guy" eating at a restaurant and how badly he is treating one of the girls at his table (which I feel I should point out Olivia is also sitting at.)
This girl/struggling actress (Stacy I'll call her) is implied to be sleeping with sleazy guy, in exchange for a part or something. Olivia eventually has had enough with the man's horrible insults to this poor girl and puts her foot down...by calling Stacy out on her submissive behavior.
"Why do you to let him talk to you like that?" to which sleazy guy smirks and responds with "Yea, why do you let me talk to you like that?"
The witless banter goes on until Stacy demands money from the sleazy guy to get her car from the vallet. She states that she doesn't have to take this kind of abuse as she went to an Ivy League school. Munn then describes the community college bumper sticker on Stacy's car while lamenting "Oh honey..."
Two things that stuck out at me from this story:
1. WTF? Olivia attacks this girl for her doormat behavior, when she should be attacking the douchebag guy on his douchebag behavior. Also why is she eating at the table of a man like this? Is it possible Olivia Munn could ALSO be fishing for a role?
2.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As some of the reviewers on Amazon have already pointed out, this is not really the Olivia many of us know and love from (the now defunct) G4TV show AOTS. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Foxlore
I didn't know anything about Olivia Munn before I read this, so maybe that's why I didn't get the humor. It jumped around to seemingly random stories from her life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I loved the humor in this book - at times irreverent, laugh out loud hilarious, and over the top!
I just wish Olivia had put more emphasis into her interactions with the... Read more
Actress and comedian Olivia Munn shares her thoughts on geekdom, dating, Hollywood, and the need for hoverboards. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DabOfDarkness
Lmao wow wth type book is this I mean it made me laugh smh this don't make no since at all .Published 8 months ago by Slim
Love Olivia! This is a funny, quick read. I've loved her since AOTS on G4, and now even more, hey she's got Aaron Rodgers as a boyfriend. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rhonda C. Elsaesser
A fun and insightful read for anyone that is a fan of Olivia Munn.Published 10 months ago by Shawn P Thierry
The one bit I actually did get a little kick out of was the chapter on geek history. That was cute. But it had nothing to do with Munn's life, so that's awkward...Published 14 months ago by EpicFehlReader