Or put it in your freezer then drink it straight!
A clever and fun film about Paris, and a love for the past. More comedy than romance (especially if you know the cast of characters). Owen Wilson was great, Corey Stoll was a fantastic Hemingway, and Tom Hiddleston was a simply adorable Fitzgerald (a complete jump from Loki in Thor).
Yoann Lemoine, aka Woodkid, is a French music video director and film director. He has an AIDS awareness campaign called Graffiti, and this past March he released his first EP. This video for his track Iron is incredibly beautiful. He knows the right people as this song is already known by gamers everywhere. It was placed in the trailer for Assassin's Creed: Revelations. :)
Krasinski is fantastic (as always), and him and Maya do an incredible job of being a very cute, quirky, and original couple. Away We Go has a lot of heart and an amazing soundtrack by Alexi Murdoch, but be cautioned, the beginning scene may be awkward if watching with parents or certain friends :)
Predictable? Yes. Like a mix of E.T. and Cloverfield? Yes, but for me it was still a fantastic film. There is enough depth to the characters that you care for them, and the cinematography is amazing. Overall it's a great film with a lot of nostalgia for older sci-fi movie fans.
Definitely one of the best open-world games ever, RPG/Shooter mix, lots of choices and paths, karma meter, amazing replay value, dialogue tree and good voice acting, and expansions. All of the Fallout games are amazing. Warning: This could take over your life. Enjoy :)
Comparing the performance of him between Nicholson and Ledger is like apples and oranges, but both were amazing for their time. Psychotic, unpredictable and down right vicious; he is one of the most developed and fantastic villains out there (especially in the comic world).
The 1970s Challenger was and still is fantastic when you can find one. It was available with a staggering 10 different engine options including a Hemi V8. It got its' position as one of the coolest cars in movie history when a white 1970 Challenger was used in the classic road movie Vanishing Point. What a beauty.
You would think that these guys would need buckets of water nearby just in case one of them catches on fire. Musicianship here is impressive, and there is a contemporary, edgy handling of the bluegrass platform. Songwriting is both interesting and engaging. Definitely take the time to check them out. I cannot wait to see them live sometime.
Graphics are excellent, controls are very easy to use, the music is great, facial expressions are dead on, and the story is amazing. The interrogations can be hit or miss though, there are many videos (as the game is largely story based), and the auto-save only feature whenever the game does in fact decide to save can be frustrating. Overall, I enjoyed the game.
At first I wasn't going to pay even $2 to see this movie. Then Rotten Tomatoes gave it an 89% and I HAD to see why. It is hilarious! The audience was laughing for the majority of the film. They say it's "The Hangover" for women, but it's honestly much better AND all the men in the theater were laughing too. Go, enjoy, and hope that your wedding planning will never be this bad.
First off, I must admit that for some reason John Cusack can ramble on about anything and I'll listen. I don't know why. High Fidelity is a fantastic book, and great as a movie. It is the ultimate break-up/relationship movie for men (and some women). It's very no-nonsense, comical & entertaining guide at how we love and sometimes lose the ones we care about the most (with incredible music!).
"Existence is random. Has no pattern save what we imagine after staring at it for too long. No meaning save what we choose to impose."- Rorschach, Watchmen.
To sum up all the emotions and ideologies of this book seems to be impossible. It has great depth. A full appreciation of its significance is always going to be lost on the bean counters