Seinfeld has generated a huuuuge amount of money.
I'll know going in that it will never match the original, but I'll give it a look.
The Super Bowl is later today. To get ready, here's a review of what in some years is the best part of the game: the commercials.
Bonus: Some highlights of a really excellent campaign, "ETRADE Top 5 Baby Commercials".
"WhatSong was started by myself back in 2008. I believed there lacked a website which truely helped users find music from movies. Since then we have grown into a comprehensive database, with over 1,200 movies, 15,000 artists and 30,000 songs. Our main mission is to make this site the most helpful and comprehensive site for discovering songs you heard in movies."
It also has some songs from TV and video games.
With the X-Files set to start a new six-episode run Jimmy Kimmel shows that a bunch has changed since we last saw Mulder and Scully.
Larry David's recent version of Bernie Sanders and four others.
As Keanu might say, "Woah."
A few interesting items about an excellent movie.
(And the article doesn't even mention how much South Park's Cartman sounds like Benicio del Toro's character. Deliberate or coincidence? You decide.)
It uses an interesting metric, but since I've seen only one of the top-rated ones and only two of the lowest-rated ones, I can't judge.
The television critic of the Los Angeles Times explores the enormous problem that there's "just too much good TV".
(My take: yes, TV today is better than in years past. But that doesn't fully compensate for the decline in movies. How's that for a complaint?)