Another blast at the "real life Tony Stark" and also his fans by the inimitable Thunderf00t. (27-minute video.)
I've watched Sneakers two or three times and I think it is a terrific movie. Redford, Poitier, Aykroyd, Strathairn, River Phoenix, Mary McDonnell, Sir Ben Kingsley, and a cameo by James Earl Jones with a well-plotted script: what more do you need?
My family liked them a lot and I wondered why they vanished. Here's an explanation.
From last month. Supposedly 115 feet tall.
Highlights from the game that ended Liverpool's pursuit of the quad. An astonishing turn of events late in the second half.
Discover new music.
Save your favourite songs and soundtracks.
A few weeks ago, I wrote that I'd be posting some scenes I liked from movies I liked. Here, if you haven't seen it--0r even if you have--is the magisterial opening seven minutes of The Godfather. What strikes me is the sheer craft of the opening (this scene and the next ten minutes or so). We get sharp sketches of the main characters. A bit of back story. Some foreshadowing. And the themes of the movie are neatly laid out. All brilliantly acted and photographed.
It's cliché but true: they don't make movies like that anymore.
"Perfectly Timed Photos is a collection of Pics taken at just the right moment."
Lord knows grading college student papers is usually frustrating, disappointing, and aggravating. But to decline to grade them is educational malpractice.
And then there's this (ugh!): "The English Teachers Who Don't Like Books">
About 15 more reasons then I need.
Eggs might just be the easiest, cheapest and most versatile way to up your protein intake.