Thinking the same thing. I can't imagine the NBA cancelling their season and the NCAA not reacting in kind. Just would be... awkward – to say the least.
U2 for me as well.
In real time, as their music was evolving through the mid-to-late 80's (during my adolescence), I appreciated them a good bit. Something about their 90's grandiosity really was off-putting to me. So much so that it retroactively ruined my enjoyment of the 80's catalog.
It's refreshing that the court is handling this and not a 'Campus Rape Tribunal'.
Let the court sort it out. What a depressing story.
New David Fincher (Se7en, The Social Network) film.
Follows screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz's tumultuous development of Orson Welles' iconic masterpiece Citizen Kane (1941).
New Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049) film.
Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert's science fiction novel, about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.
New Wes Anderson (Rushmore, The Grand Budapest Hotel) film.
A love letter to journalists set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th-century French city that brings to life a collection of stories published in "The French Dispatch" magazine.
New Charlie Kaufman (writer of Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, Adaptation) film.
An unexpected detour causes a woman who is trying to figure out how to break up with her boyfriend to rethink her life.
Alan Taylor directed, David Chase written, "prequel" to The Sopranos
A look at the formative years of New Jersey gangster, Tony Soprano.
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab label is supposedly doing a reissue of Run-DMC "Raising Hell" later this year on vinyl and SACD (Hybrid), looking forward to that. Probably some other reissues as well.
That's too cool for school.
Hard to believe the same man directed "A Christmas Story" (Bob Clark). And for that matter, the original "Black Christmas".
I miss actual film. Digital projection is nice, it just doesn't give you the same vibe.
That's awesome. I was surprised to learn awhile back that, adjusted for inflation, it's one of the top 15 grossing films ever.
I bet! Did you get to see it in theaters in '73/'74?
It had a profound impact on me. I watched a lot of Siskel & Ebert in those days, they had a big influence on my theater going as a teen and early 20-something. I remember them raving about it.
National Lampoon's Vacation (on Cinemax or HBO, can't remember). Probably around '85.
In a theater, I saw Taking Care of Business and a few weeks later GoodFellas, that was in '90, age 14.
I love Nick but I'm rooting for Darron Lee and the Chiefs on Sunday. :)
One of these years, I suppose.
Honestly, a really good hire.
That 2017 class is an all-timer. It's a shame it ended the way it did.
One of Peter Weir's best. It suffered at the box office because it opened in proximity to PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN (the 1st one).
It's a shame because it's a superior film in theme and plot... in ever way.
Absolute and total domination you just don't see very often in the NFL.
Mostert = Mostest
SF is just so fundamentally sound in almost all phases... yikes.