Before we begin, I would once again like to stress and clarify that these are my FAVOURITE performances. The “Best” performances would be a different kind of debate, and would, if the AFI is to be believed, need to involve a lengthy discussion of “Some Like it Hot” a movie that I appear to be completely alone in not giving a shit about.
The Correctness Book ClubThis Week: Pride and Prejudice, as reviewed by Dave, Rob, and Tony.
R: Hi everyone, this week we’ve been reading Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. I am told that this is one of the great Regency period Romances.
T: I’m a big fan of the Regency.
D: I stayed at the Regency in New York once. It was really nice- a bit dialogue heavy, but nice.
R: Let’s begin with the important parts. I’m not one to judge a book by its cover, but I’d like to take a moment to judge this book by its cover.
(Note: This is a repost of the original). I believe the topic of aging has been brought up in this forum before. I myself turned 40 in October. I don’t feel aged. Apart from my asthma. Oh, and arthritic and gout ridden feet. and my back issues. But apart from that I am spry as [...]
Thanks for burning my retinas out with a blinding bright light after I sat in a dark movie theatre for 20 minutes waiting for the movie to start. I believe your commercial might have had a lizard and a phone in it, but I couldnt really tell. The initial blast of light led me to [...]