"I'm sure this #ThrowbackThursday will be entirely uneventful and lacking from any provocative statements. After all, that's how meesa like to do things, right?"
Who doesn't love Winnie the Pooh? Created by English author A. A. Milne (and artist E. H. Shepard) for the aptly-titled 1926 anthology Winnie-the-Pooh, Pooh and his cast of characters have been delighting children of all ages for over ninety years, now. We all have a character in the Hundred Acre Wood that we can... Continue Reading →
Original US release date: May 30, 2014 Production budget: $40,000,000 Worldwide gross: $87,189,756 Hot off the success of 2012's Ted and the continued popularity of "Family Guy", Seth MacFarlane was riding high and feeling confident. He was feeling confident enough to try something new: a crude, situational comedy set in the wild west. He put... Continue Reading →
Well, here we have a big one. It seems like awareness of the new Beauty and the Beast live-action adaptation from acclaimed musical director Bill Condon has permeated every corner of our existence. From the trailer dropping and scoring a record number of views to the latest controversy surrounding LeFou's (Josh Gad) sexual orientation, the film certainly has... Continue Reading →
I'm not sure if there has ever been a movie plagued by more production troubles than this one that actually ended up getting made. Three years ago, the problems started and they almost never stopped. I won't get into those details (here you go) but I applaud everyone involved for seeing it through and getting... Continue Reading →