lightninglouie
lightninglouie
2/22/20
11:50 AM
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When I lived in New Orleans I’d usually get dinner from Popeye’s on Fat Tuesday (it was one of the few places that was open). 

2/21/20
8:10 PM
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I honestly don’t remember seeing any of the sequels, now that I think about it. 

2/21/20
10:56 AM
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I could never figure out which one I hated more, “Lullaby” or “Shimmer” (the “hey, I just bought a rhyming dictionary” song).

2/21/20
10:53 AM
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Thanks. It’s CMT (Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease), a hereditary neuropathy I picked up from my mom’s side of the family. My cousin had it so badly he had to have his feet broken and reset when he was a teenager. I’ve never had it that severe, but it does make life in cold weather miserable. Especially this time of the Read more

2/21/20
10:44 AM
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They could probably save a ton of money if they just skipped the “solar storms” part. 

2/21/20
10:39 AM
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Because no one wants to compare their big, franchise-topping movie with Rise of Skywalker...

2/20/20
5:48 PM
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A sluggish month for reading. Working my way through Agency (a book I have to be heavily caffeinated to stay with), also reading John Carreyrou’s Bad Blood, about the Theranos debacle. The latter is definitely shaping up to be my DMV book.

2/20/20
5:35 PM
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I felt the same way when I heard someone mention Men in Black 3. Like, that was a real movie?

2/20/20
1:07 PM
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Also, $800 million on a $75 million budget probably went a lot further back in 1996.

2/20/20
1:04 PM
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During a recent interview with Cinema Blend, Roland Emmerich revealed he’s researched an idea for a third Independence Day movie. Read more

2/18/20
5:39 PM
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Did A Kind of Magic start out as the Highlander soundtrack, or did the movie just borrow their songs?

2/18/20
1:51 PM
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Jack Burton teams up with a middle-aged Chandler Jarrell to rescue the latest incarnation of the Golden Child. 

2/18/20
1:39 PM
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Our neighborhood arcade got wiped out around late 1982, when the industry started to contract. That left the mall arcades, which were well out of my reach, the “fun center” arcades that combined arcade games with skee ball machines and other traditional attractions (brightly-lit places aimed more at families than Read more

2/18/20
1:27 PM
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That all sounds about right - it makes all the sense in the world that Disney would give this assignment to someone who’d already novelized Herbie movies... though sometimes it feels a little funny to be reminded that there was anyone else writing movie novelizations in that time frame besides Alan Dean Foster. Read more