He’s been attached to other projects over the years (mostly other Simon collaborations). This is just first one to actually get ordered.
I really liked this episode, despite thinking last week’s show was a series low point. The fact that this one was so well put together just makes it all the more confounding that they somehow thought the Charlie story was enough to sustain a whole episode.
That was legitimately scary to watch, in particular that second kick to the head after Morgan was already knocked out and falling down.
Eh, for the NBA it’s pretty close to equivalent.
I think you’re kind of understating the value in being a good broadcaster. It’s not just something you become once learn to string some sentences together in front of a camera. It involves a lot of those vague, hard to define, traits like “personality”, “chemistry”, “relatability”, etc. You also need to be able to…
Yeah, but in the context of the film it seemed like a deliberate Hollywood ending headfake in order to set up the finale.
“It’s a damning assessment on the whole, going so far as to end on a note in which Riley draws links between Lee’s film and a paid advertising campaign he did for the NYPD a few years back.”
My Bad Sports Idea: Turnovers in football should result in negative values for all offensive stats.
“Its follow-up, Beyond, made even less, to the point that Paramount supposedly even lost money on the film.”
She’s Gotta Have It, School Daze, Do The Right Thing, Mo Better Blues, Jungle Fever, Malcolm X, Crooklyn, Clockers, Get On The Bus, 4 Little Girls, He Got Game, Summer Of Sam, Bamboozled, 25th Hour, When The Levees Broke, Inside Man.
I assume that’s the reason. It’s also probably why the umps don’t care if the pitcher throws the next ball a second or so early when the previous one is clearly heading for the stands.
According to the FEC, he was a Hillary donor.
That was the first time I ever heard it (no idea if it was in the book as well).
It does kind of seem like Team Kawhi is putting out two somewhat contradictory arguments:
Meanwhile, Michael Cera and Will Arnett high-five each other.
Dropping the trailer during the Cannes premiere is a rather smart move. Film Twitter is filling up with reactions to the trailer and film itself simultaneously.
“Regardless, either Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to have to do an entire season with a big chunk of its cast absent for reasons having nothing to do with the show’s creative team—which would be a huge bummer—or it’ll have to figure out some way to bypass the obliteration of half of the team”
Sure, but the slit wrists wouldn’t leave room for any “accident” interpretation. That’s the contradiction.