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LOS ANGELES – Last year, China surpassed Japan as the second-largest box office in the world – with theater earnings up 36 percent from the previous year. Continued...
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Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Jesus. Everyone knows Superman is just a thinly veiled treatise on the life of the Son of God, but by Kryptonite does new Supes movie Man of Steel hammer that message home. Well, Jesus WAS a carpenter. I caught up with director Zack Synder in Los Angeles to find out why Kal-El has so much religious baggage.
THE TOP 20 REASONS WHY SUPERMAN IS JESUS:
Rapture-Palooza will make you hail Satan.
After the Rapture takes away half the population, Anna Kendrick (Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World) and John Francis Daley (of Freaks and Geeks and Bones fame) are a young couple who have dreams of opening a sandwich cart among the plagues of locusts, rains of blood, flaming comets and talking crows with Tourette’s. The film starts out slow, more relentlessly quirky than genuinely funny, until a comet hits their truck, and Daley’s father (played by Corddry) tries to get them a job cooking at the Antichrist’s house. This is when the Beast spies Kendrick and demands she marry him, or he’ll kill everyone she knows.
It doesn’t sound like the wackiest of plots, but Robinson imbues his Satan with such a simple, almost innocent desire to perform horrible, horrible sex acts upon Kendrick, he makes the entire film. Whether he’s overexplaining is innuendo, imagining an odd argument between Kendrick and Daley where Daley has a “tiny chicken dick,” or singing “I Want to Touch Your Booty,” Robinson is insanely funny. Kendrick and Daley are both good in the film, and haver solid chemistry together, but in the end they’re both just straight men to Satan and the rest of the film’s craziness.
Posted by Mortis (#2) 11 days ago (http://www.youtube.com)
Video & Music...
Eli: "Thank you lord for a warm bed to sleep on, thank you for the food we are about to eat, thank you for a roof over our heads on cold nights such as this, thank you for companionship in hard times like these, Amen."
"People had more than they needed. We had no idea what was precious and what wasn't. We threw away things people kill each other for now."
Posted by Mortis (#2) 12 days ago (http://www.youtube.com)
Posted by psygremlin (#22) 15 days ago (http://www.inquisitr.com)
In South Park: The Stick of Truth, you can fart forever.
If you haven’t heard of South Park, you’re probably living under a rock. It remains to this day one of the most simply animated cartoons of all time, as well as one of the most offensive. South Park is so offensive, in fact, that Tom Cruise threatened to sue if they ever aired the Scientology episode again. Matt Stone and Trey Parker are right up there with Seth MacFarlane and Matt Groening as some of the most famous prime-time animated show creators of all time.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is a role-playing game featuring everybody’s favorite kids from the infamous small town, and so far, it is reportedly pretty good. The objective of the game is a quest to locate and acquire the all-powerful Stick, an item which has spawned an all-out civil war at South Park Elementary. The two factions, the Humans and the Elves, are led by Stan and Kyle (Elves) and Cartman (Humans). Apparently it’s pointless to have Kenny leading anyone, as he dies in pretty much every episode.
The game lets you customize your character, so you can be male or female, and have any kind of clothing, weapons, etc. you want from the start. The weapon you choose can be modified by strap-ons you will come across along the way.
After being astounded at Susan Boyle, then Charlotte & Jonathon, I am convinced I should be watching Britain's Got Talent. This was just another sensational performance that brought me to tears, & the audience to their feet!
Get Ready to be amazed.
This is what two brothers should be doing with their lives instead of destroying dreams like two other recent brothers we've had the sorrow to observe.
He's heard things....
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Here we go...
Jean Stapleton, the stage-trained character actress who played Archie Bunker's far better half, the sweetly naive Edith, in TV's groundbreaking 1970s comedy "All in the Family," has died. She was 90.
Stapleton died Friday of natural causes at her New York City home surrounded by friends and family, her children said Saturday.
Little known to the public before "All In the Family," she co-starred with Carroll O'Connor in the top-rated CBS sitcom about an unrepentant bigot, the wife he churlishly but fondly called "Dingbat," their daughter Gloria (Sally Struthers) and liberal son-in-law Mike, aka Meathead (Rob Reiner).
"Like a cat toying with a mouse that tried to steal his catnip," is probably the best one-sentence comparison I can come up with to describe my brief enounter with Jana Jensen. It started with a random Facebook friend request by someone I had no recollection of ever meeting in-person or online. Next came the direct messages attacking one of an increasingly small few genuinely good people who happen to be elected officials in Washington.
Usually one to ignore complete ignoramuses who try to divert my attention from work, I decided to make an example of this one based upon who it was she was attacking...