Am I alone in thinking that it's odd that this exact scenario shows up on the new cop show Southland a few days after it runs in the Merc? Was this I, Anonymous submitted as part of a weird viral marketing campaign by NBC?
Wouldn't it make more sense for Key Bank to move into the vacant bank building a few blocks away instead of demolishing a local landmark? Also, we pretty much have no businesses in Hollywood other than banks. Do we need more banks?
The quality of the movies they play isn't really the problem with the Hollywood. It's the incredibly pain-inducing seats, tinny sound, and stained screens that keep me from going there...
Yeah, Strangers on a Train is one of the better ones. I could understanding making dismissive comments about Hitchcock if you'd only seen, say, I Confess, but Strangers on a Train is pretty great. Not as good as Vertigo, certainly, but I think it's more interesting (particularly as far as views of sexuality go) than Psycho or Rear Window.
Chelsea Cain's columns make my skin crawl (as did the self-congratulatory interview she did with herself to mark the release of her crappy novel), so she should certainly be on the list.
I'm pretty sure they only draw one Prince Valiant a week, so that's as coherent as the story is ever going to get (Two weeks ago: Gawain steps on what he thinks is an island. Last week: Oh wait, it's a giant crab. This week: the giant crab attacks!)
How about http://perian.org/? Should let you watch anything in the Quicktime player.
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