I recently read The Beast's Heart, written by Leife Shallcross. I found this book to be interesting, because it’s kind of like Beauty and the Beast meets Cinderella. In this twist of events, the story is in the Beast's point of view, and the house is magical instead of having magical house keepers in inanimate objects.
If I were asked to pick three things that define my life’s routine, three things that I thoroughly enjoy every day, I would have to say running, eating baby carrots, and listening to podcasts, probably in that order. All are things that I have been doing on a daily basis for at least two years; I’m a creature of habit, what can I say? I’ve been running my whole life, and I've been a vegetarian since college. I delight in a brisk seven miler followed by a veggie binge in front of an episode of The Office, which may make me sound weird enough without incorporating my last choice of life-defining property. Whenever I'm doing something on my own, whether it be driving to work, doing my laundry, grocery shopping, or yes, running through the streets of Buffalo, I am constantly listening to podcasts.
Warnings: upset Patton, swears, Roman being ftm
It’s the night before high school graduation. Don’t do anything that you may regret.
I remember watching Dennis the Menace long time ago when I was a kid. When I was a kid a had fond memories about this movie. As an adult I fear I might not have the same sentimentality about this movie as I did when I was a kid. There's only one way to find out, so I decided to re-watch the movie.
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The 2019 Hellboy was just plain awful. Despite the excitement and anticipation, the $50 million actually lost money with only a $44.7 million world wide box office income. Things didn't get any better after it left theaters.... now it's free to watch on Video Prime. You know, if you want to see how bad it is. However, nothing really shows how bad it was like the reviews. Seriously, Hellboy has a 17% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes. The poor director, Neil Marshall, seems to be getting most of the hate and blame for everything that went wrong. However, he also directed two episodes of Game of Thrones and an episode of Hannibal that has impressive reviews. So, it can't be all his fault... right?
We have all probably heard or seen Seth Meyers before. He's a Saturday Night Live alumni best remembered for his Weekend Updates, he's hosted award shows and now has his own late night talk show on NBC. He's done real well for himself and now he's got his own Netflix comedy special.
I remember a time when Police Academy sequels used to come out all the time. I remember liking them way back when but then again I was a little kid back then. The only people I kind of remember were Michael Winslow as Larvell Jones, Steve Guttenberg as Carey Mahoney and G. W. Bailey as Lieutenant Harris. I was a little worried because when I watch movies that I used to love when I was a kid they tend to be pretty horrible movies that I can't stand as an adult.