I have recently been watching The Guild featuring Felicia Day. It is absolutely hilarious and a fun to watch. The whole series is about a group of people, The Guild and the main focus of the show is that of Felicia Day’s character Codex. She has lost her job, lost her therapist and has no life except that of the online game.
In the first episode she is on a guild run and on the phone with her therapist at the same time as well as trying to talk with everyone else by voice. Too much multitasking causes several character deaths and frustration. It is then that they realize one of their members is missing, Zaboo. Just then there is a knock at the door and Zaboo is there to flirt and stay with Codex. From there is is just non stop run on comedy.
I just love Zaboo comment about having to take the kiddies to the pool, lol. If you want to know what that means then you are just going to have to go see the episodes for yourself. Read more...(248 words, 1 image, estimated 1:0 mins reading time)
Herbie Fully Loaded is one of those fun family films that you will want to keep and cherish for years to come. Lindsay Lohan does a wonderful job as the new driver for Herbie the wonderful bug that we all have come to love and adore. It makes a perfect addition to all of the Herbie films and TV episodes that you may have already collected or want to collect.
Herbie is down on his luck and has lost another owner and has been carted off to the junkyard. Herbie seeing that this might be the end tries to escape but is stopped by the owner of the scrapyard and his wheel removed so he can’t try it again. The scrapyard owner is determined to make sure that the car will never be a bother ever again by crushing him and selling Herbie for scrap. That is where Lindsay Lohan finds Herbie or rather Herbie finds her. Read more...(325 words, 9 images, estimated 1:18 mins reading time)
Jackie Chan starred in the Walt Disney classic Around The World In 80 Days. This is by far one of the best Around The World In 80 Days films to date. At least that is what I feel. It gives so much more to the characters and they are not dry or dull like in previous incarnations of films with the same name. If Jules Verne saw this version I think that he would instantly fall in love with it. This one is definitely a family classic that will be enjoyed by generations to come.
With that said, I would have to rate Arnold Schwarzenegger’s portrayal of Prince Hapi as a scene that would have been better off left on the cutting room floor. The guy is a great actor in his own right, but as this one character it just didn’t work right. It seemed forced and thrown in at the last minute to boost ratings or something. Remember, that is my opinion and may not be what actually happened, it just feels that way. Read more...(578 words, 1 image, estimated 2:19 mins reading time)