Exactly. Yeah it’s sad their work didn’t get released, but this is a pure Don Draper “That’s what the money’s for” moment.
You could say the EV owner is already contributing to society in many other ways. A reduced pollution footprint which leads to less respiratory issues and less of a need for public health funding. I’m sure other readers can add other money saving points relative to taxation.
lol true. I’ve worked on big projects at work that never got released, and it suuuucked. Trauma was not inflicted on me, though.
Just so. Don’t say “traumatic” when “disappointing” is more accurate.
Definitely messed up to just cancel a completed movie, but isn’t this abuse of the word “trauma”? Sorry your movie was canceled, you were still paid a pile of money, and everyone is talking about you positively.
The season of “You Must Remember This” on this film is pretty interesting. Why Splash Mountain featured this film in the first place -one that was controversial from the jump & only ever became profitable after several rereleases - is baffling. Read more
Are you taking about a ride where the water is dyed bright red and stains everyone’s clothes permanently when it splashes them? I love it. It’s in.
My grandma had song of the south on vhs when I was a kid (probably bootleg/recorded). Was one of my favorites, and so was splash mountain. While it is seen as problematic or racist nowadays, when it was released Song of the South was mostly considered to be progressive. Zip a dee doo dah won an oscar, as did the actor… Read more
Britney does have co-writing credit on a few songs over the years, but none of her huge hits, and none of the songs mentioned above. They needed Max Martin’s approval more than Britney’s.
OK. I watched the whole interview. Ben talks a mile a minute, and I can see how the writer of the article had a hard time picking something to quote. That quote was a little out of context, and a lot Ben talking crazy fast and losing track of his own point.
Inside Affleck’s brain right now...honestly, I’ve read and reread that bit several times and either something he said is missing or the lift doesn’t go to the top of his building these days.
Definitely what I thought as well. Seems like he was a few cards short of a full deck.
Is Paul Newman really the best example? He was 42 in Cool Hand Luke and 49 in the Towering Inferno.
As if he hasn’t been the tip of the corporate blandness spear for decades