Well, it was based on a book of poems by T.S. Eliot.
Not only that, but I swear the depressed old lady cat is supposed to be a washed up prostitute or something.
Robert Zemeckis should direct for the utmost in crappy uncanny valley CGI.
It’s interesting how “everyone” hates Cats, and yet it’s one of the most popular musicals in history, so clearly a lot of people did, in fact, like it. And I was one of them.
But how long must we wait for the Starlight Express movie?
I generally agree with you, but I still reserve the right to mock anyone naming their kid Renesmee, because that’s just a horrible name regardless of its origin.
My boyfriend leaned over to me and whispered something like “Cinna’s dead, isn’t he?”
I also find Haymitch attractive, which is especially weird since I find Woody Harrelson to be super goofy and not attractive at all, but he seems like he’d be fun to hang out with.
I was surprised the movie didn’t mention Haymitch’s back story; it was slightly alluded to, but not in a way that would make sense/be notable to people who haven’t read the books. It would have been some good foreshadowing as to why so many of the other tributes went along with the conspiracy.
I thought Beetee was supposed to do it, isn’t that how/why he got shocked?
It is odd that in Districts 11 and 12 they have people picking crops and going into the mines. Can’t they have robots do it?
But it’s not all the people in Panem who are being starved, mainly Districts 11 and 12. Other Districts have it fairly bad, but not as bad. And the volunteer tribute Districts (1 and 2) are exceedingly wealthy which is why those tributes usually win.
I’ve had a breakfast kugel before; it was pretty tasty. I also have a recipe for a breakfast pasta that’s angel hair pasta with a barely cooked egg “sauce”, avocado, and cherry tomatoes.
I think People is just trolling at this point. They choose someone who will be hated as their choice to get people talking about it for a week or two. If they’d named Hamm or Fassbender or Hemsworth or Cavill, everyone would have collectively shrugged.
I propose the Santorum movie and The Christmas Cottage double feature. The Christmas Cottage is a Thomas Kinkade movie. I am not kidding.
Just kidding. Trading Places is my favorite holiday movie.
It’s especially weird to me when they do the 50 most beautiful people thing, and at least half of the winners are D-list celebrities no one’s heard of.
They report to Carousel.
I’m sure he was wearing a cocksock. That makes things totally clean and family friendly.
I found a recipe a couple of years ago that does advise using real pumpkin: http://www.thekitchn.com/diy-pumpkin-spice-latte-96277 And it’s delicious.
And I just realized I misspelled Gordon Ramsay twice.
I would guess that Gordon Ramsey, or rather the Gordon Ramsey persona he brings out for American television, has a knack for bringing out the worst in people. But certainly you have to be a nasty piece of work to look that crazy with or without someone calling you a “fucking donkey”.
It was popular with me too, but I was pretty much born an old woman.
Just going by the photo, it mainly looks like a shoulder bag, not a “purse” per se. I wouldn’t look twice if I saw a guy carrying that.
There’s also the frequency that actors spend weeks or months at a time working with other attractive people in what can be a pretty emotionally intense situation.
Some fairly famous actor remarked recently-ish (unless I’m misremembering, Rachel Weisz, who’s fallen for at least two men she’s worked with) that it’s almost inevitable to fall for your fellow actors in certain situations.
I remember as a kid being really freaked out whenever they would run a test of the emergency system. I guess I missed the multiple times they stated it was just a test.
That said, I don’t think I’ve ever seen it in action. The one natural disaster I’ve experienced, the power went out immediately, so I couldn’t turn on the TV. And the one serious human-caused disaster I (kind of) experienced, the only TV station I could pick up wasn’t using it either.