In cinema, corporate culture and workaholics are easy scapegoats, but she’s doing her best while dealing with an unprecedented situation (the park has already been open for ten years without trouble).
In a feast of sonic texture, “media composer” Laura Karpman’s setting of Langston Hughes’ great “Ask Your Mama” sets the poet’s margin notes singing. Attuned to the jazz of literature, Karpman scats with us in Music For Writers.
No real dinosaurs were harmed in the making of this movie.
Just when you think you’ve heard the dumbest possible story you could possibly hear, the internet finds a way to outdo itself.
5. He has Van Gogh’s ear for music.
Disney was fired from the Kansas City Star in 1919 because his editor said he “lacked imagination and had no good ideas.”
For trends, Twitter and Tumblr are two good places to start. With a little bit of forward thinking and faster response time Hollywood could get back in the business of making provocative films instead of merely titillating films.
Remember the Arrested Development episode where George Michael says his teacher loves Saddam Hussein and Jason Bateman is like, “You mean, she’s interested in Saddam Hussein” and George Michael says, “Nope. She loves him.” This is how I am with Lincoln.
Sometime in 1984 in Atlanta, my then-dating parents rented and watched Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Steven Spielberg’s first alien movie, and if you’ve never seen it, then I’m about to spoil it for you.
There is a movie called AirBud, about a dog who can play basketball. Of course, I don’t need to tell you that, you’re probably already a fan. I mean, who could resist a tale about a young boy who adopts a homeless puppy, learns the dog is a wiz at human athletics, then teams up with the pup to win his high school’s basketball championship?