Here’s how this article’s legacy will play out: I read it. I will forget I ever read it. Then one late drunken night on my recliner, years from now, I’ll recall it. I won’t remember what I’m recalling, nor will I understand where, who, or why any of these fantastic details are in my consciousness in the first place.… Read more
I think, in the not too distant future, the trilogy approach to the sequels will be viewed as a terrible mistake. Mandalorian, Rebels, and Clone Wars all prove SW works really well as a serialized story. This pressure to wrap up a forty year story in three movies, when one of the movies is a remake and the sequel… Read more
Boomer here. I still think it’s funny as hell, especially the hysteria. And I know you kids aren’t talking about me. I’m not a regular granny, I’m a cool granny.
In keeping with rocket-armed A’s outfielders in Anaheim, here’s another gem. Sadly undermined a bit by miserable TV production at the beginning, opting for a tracking shot of the runner that would make Paul Thomas Anderson jealous.
We rarely know everything behind a stranger’s situation. Maybe she had a death in the family and booked last-minute tickets to attend the funeral. Maybe another family member just called to say they’re suicidal or in desperate medical condition, and she dropped everything and booked the only seats she could grab. Read more
It’s very simple. Politicians who aren’t senile pivot smoothly, they pivot once, and they pivot from the start. They “whatabout” it out of the gate; “that’s a great question, but what the real problem is...” and off they go. They literally answer a question that wasn’t asked as if they were answering the original… Read more
Hey, it was an anomaly, but Big Fish came out in 2003!