Cinderella cheats on her husband probably! The witch has a backstory! Children, as well as adults, are unintelligent! What is this musical about? Are these accusations correct? Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] Into the Woods” »
Our intrepid narrator (Keith Scott) helps George save himself from risking his own life and limb. This is done while making sure George is as attractive as George can be at all times. The narrator’s work is cut out for him since situational and slapstick humor make up the majority of this film, but there are only so many times a man can fail to watch out for a tree before the joke gets old. Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] George of the Jungle” »
So…I joined Dr. Walton’s class because I heard good things about his face. Like, honestly, why would I care about how to dig up old dead stuff? I’m an early childhood education major and this was an elective option, plus I heard that…sometimes Dr. Walton completely forgets about assignments because he has more important stuff to do. Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost Ark” »
Angry Bird Man
Let’s be honest here. Nobody cares about no angry fowls gettin’ all mad from no pigs fighting each other and stealing eggs or whatever. Celebrity voice actors or whatever are stupid and really, it’s just not something that people can really enjoy in the first place. No, the world wants story. They want action. They want innovation and captivation.
“Plug into the Adventure!” screams the cover art of this movie. “Not on your life!” I scream back, sobbing into my pillow at night, remembering the five minutes of this film I was awake for at six years old. Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] The Brave Little Toaster” »
Elle Woods, sorority president, is in love with a man. Or, well, she was.Her boyfriend broke up with her in a public setting to be with someone else. This is what I know. Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] Legally Blonde” »
Anne Hathaway, now much more fashionable and worldly than in the last movie where Anne hathaway works for a fashion company, has a new job with a new awful and manipulative boss. She also still has her boyfriend she may or may not have had/gotten during The Devil Wears Prada. Continue reading “[Movies We Haven’t Watched] The Devil Wears Gucci” »
“You might be wondering why I called all you here today,” The Citizen told the crowd in front of him in the theatre. He wore a grin from ear to ear, like a mischievous cat that also drove taxis. “Well, it’s because your dearly beloved Mr. Can-Do has passed away in his sleep.”
One guy in the crowd raised his hand. “Uh, why are you telling us this? It happened last week.”
“Because I have proof that he was not killed by an accident!” The Citizen said. “And it pleases me to tell you that one of you in this room was the culprit!”
He’d died. Just like that. Fallen. Keeled over. Kicked the bucket. And now there was an opening on the council. Just like that, everything had changed. Continue reading “[Books We Haven’t Read] The Casual Vacancy” »
The hex code of the day was #ff2400. Holmes and Watson, two prestigious men of their day, painted the walls of their study #ff2400. Together. They did a lot of things together, like solving murders without any definitive evidence. They also lived together.
They wanted to paint their study in a shade of red that sounded more pretentious than it looked. Scarlet. They now had a study in scarlet. It was beautiful. Continue reading “[Stories We Haven’t Read] A Study in Scarlet” »