Hope you have a nice St Patrick's Day. This parody of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (which Tim Burton produced) is in leau with Ireland's public holiday, although not quite the same as the film, but funny…
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Imagine if George Jung went to Oxford…and sorta got away with it in the end. Meet Howard Marks, the Welsh drug smuggler who was at one time responsible for 10% of the world’s weed supply. Marks story is truly amazing. Not only did he not believe in violence, but he was a family man who refused to traffic hard drugs. He believed, as many of us do, that marijuana was a mostly harmless substance that shouldn’t be outlawed by federal governments.
Because Marks was unusually principled for a drug dealer, star Rhys Ifans is able to breathe humanity into the titular character and make him a sympathetic one. Given that the SXSW showing was the film’s world premiere, I was able to meet Ifans after the showing. I told him he should be nominated for Best Actor his work on this film. Ifans idolized Marks as a teenager, going as far as even writing him letters as a teenager. Because of that, the men remain friends to this day. They even share an uncanny striking resemblance. The Welshman was truly born to play this role.
NEW YORK – MARCH 16: Actress Jennifer Aniston attends the premiere of “The Bounty Hunter” at Ziegfeld Theatre on March 16, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Here is another small advancement in technology that can make a big impact helping to save paper and trees. Millions of people visit movie theaters weekly and the internet has revolutionized ticket purchasing, but for the most part you still have to print out a confirmation or a barcode. However, a new application from Fandango allows for a barcode to show up on your mobile phone that can be scanned at movie theaters.
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