Would “Home Alone” be the same without Catherine O’Hara’s speech in the middle of an airport? Have you really heard “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” if you haven’t teared up over the original (and heartbreaking) Judy Garland rendition in “Meet Me in St. Louis”?
Monthly Archive: December 2015
Rubio touched on the most important problem for any new president: the fact that trust in the government is nearly completely gone.
“Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens” is the second-best “Star Wars” movie ever made, and it’s better than any film for which George Lucas wrote the screenplay.
Santa Claus is dead.
Jesus is not (anymore).
If I want my kids to believe the second statement, why would I deny the veracity of the first?
We cut the crust off the Internet sandwich so you don’t have to.
Twitter is never going to be Facebook … in a good way. The platform’s strength doesn’t lie in collecting as many users as possible; instead, Twitter is a home for great content, giving us everything from breaking news to behind-the-scenes moments with celebrities to pithy hilarity from strangers worldwide.
When episode after episode of a TV show strikes me as overwhelmingly conservative … I have to write about it.
Join Jordan, Matthias, and Zach as we talk about climate change, Christmas and Fargo in this extremely unstructured episode of the Paradox Project Podcast. Terrible Opinions 00:00 – 19:00 Jordan – Trump is awful....
With the Christmas season in full swing, I feel that it’s a good idea to share from my experience how to get the little girl in your life excited about LEGOs.
The Coen brothers’ classic “Fargo” is a beautiful example of a movie that fails the Bechdel test and, yet, through one of film’s most unique, endearing and strong characters, communicates a message that is distinctly feminist.