Way back in 1971, John Shaft was a trailblazing character, an assertive African-American private investigator, played by Richard Roundtree, who never backed down from the police and was catnip to the ladies. Shaft won an Academy Award for Isaac Hayes’ iconic theme song and was a big hit at the box office, spawning two sequels.
After the emotional high of seeing Ted and the Mother together in last week’s “How I Met Your Mother” premiere, there was bound to be a little bit of a letdown. And there was.
Still, “Last Time in New York” was fairly light on its feet, combining a silly if well-executed farce about Barney and Robin looking for a place to do it
It’s Friday, which means it’s time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we’ve been hiding from our parents so they don’t think we’ve gone completely mad. Just don’t tell anyone you got this from us …
— We begin with this awesome image of a volcano erupting in Chile. Either that or Thor and Loki just returned to earth… Continue reading Freaky Friday Finds: Whale Almost Eats Surfer, Girl with Machine Gun Leg, Brett Ratner's Machine-Gun Mouth and More
We now know why Robert California picked Andy Bernard to be Dunder Mifflin’s new branch manager — and we got a firmer idea of why the “The Office’s” real-life bosses chose Ed Helms. “The Incentive” was a more assured take on the new dynamic at Dunder Mifflin, and we’re happy to see the progress.
The episode also gave a little more insight into Robert’s personality and… Continue reading 'The Office': Don't let your mouth write a check your Nard-Dog can't cash