Tor.com gets at the philosophical core of “Total Recall” in ‘”If I’m Not Me, Then Who The Hell Am I?”: Total Recall’. I need to get around to reading some of Philip K. Dick’s stories.
Salon.com posts a fun slideshow of some great Muppets musical moments: The Muppets’ greatest hits.
Go see the new movie. You won’t regret it.
This movie got under my brother and my skin as kids. I have no idea how we originally saw it (must have been VHS), and we were pre-teens. Seeing the review here was fun.
video.nytimes.com: A.O. Scott: Critics’ Picks: ‘The Warriors’.
With so many things from our youth terribly rehashed these days, you gotta celebrate something when it works, and the new Karate Kid did. They did a good job of helping you relate to Dre as bullied. His size, and being so far away in a new home helped considerably, but so did his acting. Moving around so much as a kid, it got me a bit. Really enjoyed it.
Author Jonathan Lethem explains “They Live” in a terrific slideshow at Salon.com.
The fact that stories like this one about ToyStory 3 are still being published – and still need to be published – is frustrating.
It’s okay for men to be emotional. If anyone tells you otherwise, give ’em a head butt (I kid, I kid!).
Know Your Meme: “Keanu Is Sad/Sad Keanu (2010)”.
The combination of a photoshop manipulatable image of movie star, in a private contemplative moment, whose personal story has depth that people can connect to (including myself), has proven too compelling not to be spread around and mashed up in sometimes humorous, sometimes deep, ways.
I’m even sharing it here in my own way.
You will want to checkout the original Reddit thread.
I didn’t know how to feel when I heard about the “Where the Wild Things Are” movie adaption or when I saw the trailer, but Emma liked it. A lot. Talk about a hard movie to produce. If they succeed, it will be magical. If they fail, it will be more of the same… unfortunately. Keeping my fingers crossed. It would be great to take Emma to this.