One of these dudes is an Asian Sikh with Mongol ancestry. Can you guess which one?
Thursday, 23 May 2013
Legend has it that Alfred Hitchcock coined the term "Sandwich Moment" and used it to describe an event that would occur a day or so after watching a film of... questionable quality. He sometimes used the similar term, "Refrigerator Moment." It's kind of a funny, frustrating, revelation. It feels like you've had the wool pulled over your eyes and suddenly, after the fact, notice it. Like you witnessed a great slight of hand artist at work and just figured out his trick. In a flash, you feel respect for the skill involved, and amusement or entertainment on some level for the ingenuity of the trick, but primarily, you feel like you just got taken.
Wednesday, 21 November 2012
Sweet video and links after the break:
Monday, 4 June 2012
Yes, the title is actually Cat Shit One. And despite being animated and despite featuring cute looking rabbits as soldiers, it really is quite authentic. It's also one of the best war story series of any kind once you settle in and get used to what you are looking at.
Video after the break
Share this little piece of awesome with as many folks as you can. I absolutely love it. I was grinning through the whole thing and I'd be more than happy to sit through the feature length version too.
Click on the pic above to view at YouTube.com
The interwebs are abuzz with talk of how closely Lindsay Lohan resembles Liz Taylor in the first shots from her Lifetime Network TV movie, Liz and Dick. Personally I think the biggest difference between the two is that Liz Taylor wasn't a vacuous, self-absorbed attention whore, but I could be wrong.
No I'm not.
Here's a link to more pics on JoBlo.com
According to DailyMail.com, zombie blockbuster World War Z, starring Brad Pitt, based on the bestselling novel by Max Brooks is not in good shape and an additional seven weeks of reshoots have been scheduled to correct whatever horrible problems are ailing that project. An entire movie can be shot in that time, so I'm guessing that an early cut of the film has scared the living bejeesus out of whomever is in charge. They had already pushed the release date back from December 2012 to June 2013, so this shoot sounds like it's been deep in the weeds for a while. Here's hoping that after all the extra effort (and money!), they actually do that awesome book some justice.