This is pretty cool:
— Boing Boing (@BoingBoing) May 3, 2015
Although I think that there’s at least one redundancy. (more…)
I gather that it doesn’t suck. Should I be trying to see it in 3D, though? It’s not the gimmick that it was in the days of my childhood, but it still seems a bit hyped.
There were sheep. And wool! It was a successful outing.
I am now going to go take a nap.
It’s a beautiful day out and my family is visiting. Shoo! Shoo! :making vague waving motions: Go fire up the grill, or something. Or maybe hit a jazz/wine festival – YES, YOU ARE PROBABLY OLD ENOUGH TO BE ONE OF ‘THOSE PEOPLE’ – or, well, anything else. Shoot, even a movie at least gets you out of the house.
Seriously, folks, go have a nice morning.
I hope that the guy lives for another twenty years, but I’m pretty sure that we all know what’s going on Carl Moore’s tombstone.
“Punched bear in the face.” You might as well leave early today, Internet. You’re not coming up with anything better this Friday afternoon anyway. (more…)
Avengers: Age of Ultron would probably be number four on this list. http://t.co/89qhCm9Kci
— Sonny Bunch (@SonnyBunch) April 30, 2015
The list itself is OK, although I quibble that Captain America: The First Avenger is ranked too low. But while I agree that this is the best bit in all the films…
…Oh, I’m sorry: was that unexpected news? Here you go:
In the midst of last year’s Sony hack, one rather interesting snippet of news concerned the possible merging of the Jump Street and Men in Black film franchises. Seriously, I’m not kidding. Jump Street directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have spoken out about the rumored project several times. According to Miller, it’s a concept “that makes you think.” Head-scratching hilarity aside, it looks like this fever dream of a movie might actually happen.