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There are some people in the Entertainment world I admire, Natasha Richardson, was one of them.  I've always admired her aunt Vanessa Redgrave and her mom Lynn Redgrave.   I loved the fact that Natasha was married to Liam Neeson, and have been for a long time, about 14 or 15 years, more than Hollywood standard!  Whenever I saw them on television together, at an award, or an opening of a show, or in random photographs, they seem to be so in love and in tune with each othe...
March 2, 2009 by pankajspider on IIPM-World
From the land of elephants and snake charmers to the land of shit-swimming slumdogs... Indian media goes hysterical! And Indian politicians remain as shameless as ever! The Oscars have been won – as expected! And it sure was a pleasure to hear Resul Pookutty speak about the power of silence and Om, and give Hollywood a chalk-talk lesson or two about Indian philosophy. It was also a great feeling to see the Indian living legend – A R Rahman – get something he more than dese...
January 24, 2009 by terpfan1980 on My world
Over the last 10 years cable TV channels really seem to have lost their way.  As an example, today the TLC network is airing the Miss America pageant.  TLC used to be The Learning Channel, but it's changed from that original purpose over the last several years, just as a bunch of other channels have also changed in much the same way. AMC used to show American Movie Classics but now shows much more modern films with quite a lot of what is shown far from classic on most people's lists...
January 18, 2009 by LifeSomewhereElse on Life Somewhere Else
Remember when Tom Hanks was this wonderful actor who made exciting comedies and dramas but yet realized he was simply an actor and a entertainer posing in various forms for the enjoyment of his fans? Now it seems that he feels compelled to thrust upon us his political opinions and personal views about everything. Has he lost sight of the fact that he still is simply a entertainer and that most people just want him to put on a show for us but otherwise sit down and shut up? I miss the old T...
December 31, 2008 by Anthony R on Comrade TonyR
Every now and then a story comes along that makes me chuckle. It seems like the Israeli Navy might have rammed the multi-million dollar Yacht of far left zealot Cynthia McKinney as she rushed to bring aid to the victims of "Zionist aggression." FOX Atlanta: Cynthia McKinney's Boat Intercepted by Israeli Navy
November 30, 2008 by grokTheSystem on grokthesystem
So my girlfriend and I have this friend - the kind you're glad has moved to California. And she is SO impressed by this guy who is against materialism, apparently he's so against it he doesn't buy posters or put up photos of friends and family. Then this girl - who uses her parent's credit card to go to France - is giving us a sermon against material wealth. We nod politely and then when we leave my girlfriend wonders how this idiot doesn't understand jetfuel is a material good. I actually...
November 21, 2008 by Tova7 on Life_In_The_Blurbs
For a dead-on review (pun intended) go here... http://screenrant.com/twilight-review-vic-4325/ However, this "review" is more about my TWILIGHT experience.  Stephanie Meyer wrote a 4 book vampire series and this is the first book made movie. I read the series and while its a bit tame, the main character, a 17 year old virgin named Bella is like-able (for awhile anyway).  She of course falls in love with a vampire (Edward) and in later books a Werewolf (Jacob) too. The...
November 12, 2008 by SanChonino on The Suck!™
Rather than write a set of long reviews that no-one will read or care about, I decided to write a slew of small reviews (that no-one will read or care about). But anyway. Cloud Cult: Feel Good Ghosts (Tea-Partying Through Tornadoes) (Indie/Existential Rock) This is Cloud Cult's latest release (and purportedly their last for a while, possibly ever), and is well worth a listen. It's streamlined, focused, and well-written. It's a bit shorter than other albums, and nearly every track is a ...
November 10, 2008 by SanChonino on The Suck!™
I was doing some homework for my online class (History of Rock Music) this weekend. Our chapters this weekend were a mixed bunch, with a chapter on funk and disco and another on the development of rap. Now, rap and hip-hop are music styles that have long escaped me. I've always sorta liked house music like the Beastie Boys (and their instrumental stuff has always been my favorite, oddly enough), but never really got into the hip-hop scene. Recently, I've found a few hip-hop artists who h...
November 7, 2008 by pakratt on Da Rat-hole
Diary of a Serial Killer (2008) INFO: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1252631/ Synopsis After reading a lecture on criminal psychology, Dr. Helen Hudson (Sigourney Weaver), a respected field expert on serial killers, is cornered in a lavatory by one of her previous subjects, the incurable hick psychopath Daryll Lee Cullum (Harry Connick, Jr.), who kills a police officer in front of and brutally attacks her. She becomes severely agoraphobic as a result, sealing herself inside an exp...
October 29, 2008 by terpfan1980 on My world
Just one week.  One more week.  That's all that is left. Just one more week until these stinkin' political ads go off the TV, at least for a year or two. Please bring on the peace and quiet, at least when it comes to the political advertising front.
My son's claymation...
October 7, 2008 by SanChonino on The Suck!™
I've been a devoted fan of The Office for the fast two years. It's a show that, while I thoroughly enjoy and look forward to every Thursday, I wish I would have started watching four years ago and been there from the beginning. There are a couple of other shows that, luckily enough, I was able to catch from the get-go - Pushing Daisies, Reaper, and Chuck. But there's another show that I'm sad I've missed until this, its third season, is 30 Rock. The first season was on sale at Target last ...
October 3, 2008 by Chef Garry on Chef Garry
We went out to dinner last night.  Admittedly we go out to dinner fairly often.  We like it.  Last night we tried a new place.  Mexican theme.  It looked nice with an interesting theme appropriate menu. Josh sat us and brought the wine we order quite quickly, then Janine took over.  At first things seemed like they were going well.  She told us the specials and I ordered the blackened Red Snapper.  That wasn't what I had in mind to order but it sounded ...
October 1, 2008 by Boudica on warriorqueen
I love this month.  In Texas, it's finally cool enough to enjoy an entire day outside.  Yay!  So some fun ideas of things to do in October. 1.  Go to a pumpkin patch.  It's so much more fun to pick your own pumpkin.  http://www.pickyourown.org/ Then you can take it home and carve it.  No cheating - getting the stencils, being creative is half the fun.  You have to do your own thing.  You know what else is cool is pumpkin sculpting.   ...