The world misses Rick Moranis. Every Moranis-less day that passes, we fall deeper into a a funk. One that would only be cured with a viewing of Little Giants or Spaceballs. Or Ghostbusters. Or Little Shop of Horrors. Or ‘ well, you get it: the guy made classics. And we need more.
These folks would have made our nation proud.
We’re on to you, Christopher Nolan.
It’s quiz time! NBC (the network famous for making great decisions) has released posters for their new comedies and oh boy do they look great. And by great, I mean “like someone made a fake poster in photoshop as a joke and put it on their Tumblr.” We took a few of the REAL posters that NBC just released and put them alongside some fake TV show parodies that people have ACTUALLY MADE AND PUT ON TUMBLR. Which one is which? Answers at the bottom.
You know, when you strip down their plots, they’re all pretty dark.
From my count, people have making movies for at least 30 years. Can’t we remedy some of these blatant missteps by now?
Congrats! You’ve made it past the first round. It’s very clear that you can sing. But since this is a reality show, we need to make sure your backstories are intriguing enough for a TV audience.
So we’re all in agreement that despite offering every movie ever made, Netflix is now the absolute worst, right? Great. Glad we’re on the same page.
Everybody loves parfait/Eddie Murphy.
This week Netflix announced changes in their pricing plans, charging $16 a month for unlimited streaming and one DVD at a time, up from 10 bucks. When you consider that Netflix originally cost $21.99/a month, that’s not so bad. And if you consider you have access to everything that was ever recorded on film, that seems like a fair deal. Nevertheless, the masses were enraged. So let’s try and figure out where that money is going to.