Yup, the C.A.M.P. series was so popular that it spawned a cookbook (and later, a book on astrology). Lady Agatha was actually Elbert Barrow, close friend and personal secretary to author Victor J. Banis (aka Don Holliday).
After a disappointing X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006 its taken four years for the franchise to put itself back together again (I don’t count X-Men Origins: Wolverine as truly part of the franchise because of its limited scope). X-Men: First Class doesn’t live up to the high standard set by X2, but it is [...]
Yesterday was an interesting goal scoring day. Goal 1 (Ronnie’s Ice): Playing small games yesterday I managed to receive a pass, take a couple strides and put the puck in the top corner on the opposite side of the net from where I was. This is probably the prettiest goal I have ever scored in [...]
The Tony Awards are tomorrow night and as usual I’ve got a few thoughts and predicitions about the night. There were some pleasant surprises in the nominations. I didn’t get to see The Scottsboro Boys because it closed far too fast on Broadway. Critically acclaimed, this show didn’t catch with audiences but the nominators remembered [...]
Sometimes a movie’s trailers can ratchet up expectations so high that the movie falls flat. I’m happy to report that Super 8 lives up to every expectation its trailers created and then exceeded them. Its style reminds me of the awesome genre movies I grew up with–solid story, characters you cared about, cool effects that [...]