The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters
An award-winning instant classic.
I haven't read anything by Sarah Waters before but I might start chasing up...
Toy Story 2
Sideshow Bob and Hello Newman join the cast.
I felt that this episode came off as rather contrived, you might even say "soapy."
It starts with hold-ups at AA meetings, which requires Chris...
A true classic. Arguably the greatest of the 1960s high concept comedies.
Her memory is not quite accurate, though. Buck Henry only stayed with...
This was echoed in the John Lennon-Yoko Ono song "Woman is the N***** of the World" in the line If she's real we say she's trying to be a man.
I have to wonder what the point of that would even be. Either you tie it into an existing character or you create a new one. This would be like...
Of course I've only seen this once, but I don't believe I noticed that.
To "After the Lovin'" ~ Engelbert Humperdinck
Dorothy. Despite her Oz-related name, she's more like Alice in Wonderland - the only sane character in a world where everyone around her is mad.
To "Time After Time" ~ Frank Sinatra
They are both manifestly untrue.
It's as absurd as saying the earth is flat - but then there are people who believe that, too. :rolleyes:
To "Banana Boat Song (Day-O)"~ Harry Belafonte
It took me moment afterward to figure out what the title had meant. Then I thought, oh yeah, the basketball...
I didn't even see her take the gun...
The "fake moon landing" conspiracy theory is said to have been inspired by the film Capricorn One (1977)
With the American u-less spelling. :)
Waxman seems to have gained confidence in his directing. In his first effort he was hardly present on...
The Blacklist (Season Six)
The relationship between the two main characters and James Spader's unique acting style make this a notch or two above...
To "Cry" ~ Johnnie Ray & The Four Lads
To "When Doves Cry" ~ Prince
The problem I've always had with this is that the the "real" characters (the humans and the dog) are animated in the same style as the...
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