... if you have time to kill, you could read this short story I am working on for Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and give with the constructive criticism. You could totally do that. It would be swell. At 6,500 words its of a print-out-and-read-on-the-bus length, but y'all provided such great feedback last time that I thought I'd return to the
After zealously shielding myself from spoilers for seven straight months, I finally watched the final episode of The Sopranos, knowing absolutely nothing about what would happen or how it would end. Thoughts in the comments.
So far in the AFI 100 project, the two films for which I had the lowest expectations--the silent movie and, now, the jingoistic musical--have been my favorites. Having never seen James Cagney in the role of a tough-guy, the skill with which he "played against character" was lost on me, but it hardly proved necessary to enjoy this biography of
A comment in the SongMeaning.com thread concerning Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'": That one line..."some will win, some will lose.." That line couldnt be more true. this one time i won, and then this other time, i lost. steve perry really tells it like it is. David Wilhelm's lol'able lack of critical thinking skills. Summary: Wilhelm: I'm a superdelegate and I'm
Mrs Clinton still has the edge among super-delegates, not least because Bill Clinton is calling in all the favours he has done them over the past 16 years ...Dear Mr. Clinton: please consider the following:You call in favors, and use your influence as a former President, to convince superdelegates to vote for your wife instead of the man who wins
The November election is a long ways away. So, here: I made you a little cheatsheet! P.s. I TOLD YOU FOOLS TO VOTE DODD! Only after he dropped out of the presidential race, admittedly ...
The French Connection wasn't next in the AFI queue, but, earlier today when I heard that Roy Scheider had died, I decided to watch it anyway to honor the man. A thoroughly entertaining film, but I'm a bit mystified as to how it wound up with the 1971 "Motion Picture of the Year" Oscar, but less inclusion (albeit just barely)
Critics are raving over The Hottie and the Nottie!"Preposterous, disingenuous, remarkably unfunny and genuinely distasteful." -- Maitland McDonagh, TV GUIDE "Crass, shrill, disingenuous, tawdry, mean-spirited, vulgar, idiotic, boring, slapdash, half-assed, and very, very unfunny." -- Nathan Lee, VILLAGE VOICE "It's not like Paris Hilton to rise above her material, but The Hottie and the Nottie sinks so low that all