Archive for January, 2012
With the song “I Need More Love”, from David Letterman:
It’s gone viral, people. Why? Well, I could not resist the thought of an 8 year old girl performing her first hardcore song, with her stuffed animals and a trampoline replacing a mosh pit. Can you? (continue reading…)
Amazing, admirable, and/or really sad. A full-length, scene-for-scene, word-for-word recreation of Star Wars: A New Hope made by a compilation of fan contributions. Includes fan-acting, lego work, child acting, bottle-figures, every imaginable form of crude animation, and various other recreations. It runs the entire two hours! (I made it only ten minutes, see if you can beat my record!) (continue reading…)
Gina Carano, I love you dream woman!
The Corpus Christi Ice Rays take on the Texas Tornadoes in a North American Hockey League (NAHL) game, and a pier five brawl started by a heckuva sucker punch. (continue reading…)
Researchers at the University of Wyoming needed spider silk for their research. When they tried to set up spider farms, the spiders, who are very territorial set about killing each other. Being scientists they decided to try again, this time keeping the spiders separate from each other, wait what? They didn’t? Instead they decided to put spider genes into goats who now produce spider web milk? Scientists claim that other than the extra protein in their milk the goats are completely normal. The Asylum is currently working a film about the experiments called “Spidergoat Nightmare”.
As Norm MacDonald once said… wait, what?
Re-posting one of Tom’s old reviews from the old Film Is Pwn days:
I had reason to think it was lies; I had, after all, seen Mission Impossible 2. I finally caved and sat down to watch it about a week ago. About five minutes in I started to think that perhaps M:I-2 had just been a bad memory, perhaps it never happened, because this sure felt like an extension of the first and very enjoyable Mission: Impossible. The question really is … what happened?
For a good film one usually starts with a good script or screenplay. A director may make adjustments along the way to fit with their vision, but a good screenplay is critical. For Mission: Impossible 2 however this just didn’t happen. Robert Towne, the writer credited with the screenplay, comments that a majority of the script was centered around action sequences requested by John Woo, long time fun-bad movie maker. Fortunately, John Woo didn’t make Mission: Impossible 3, JJ Abrams of the TV show Lost did. (continue reading…)
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