Admit it: Disney princesses and other heroes of Disney animated features can be… kinda bland. But the villains are always fascinating and alluring. Many are seductive and deceptive by nature, and most have much more flair and style than the protagonists who defeat them. Really, it’s a wonder that it took so long for Disney to allow… Continue reading Disney Villains: Ranking the Top 30 of All Time
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If you want to make a grown man cry, all you have to do is bring up “Rainbow Connection.” Few characters carry the cultural cache of the Muppets, who have been delighting children and moving adults for nearly 40 years. Jim Henson’s genius creations made it okay to love talking animals made out of cloth and, more importantly, they starred in countless hours of entertainment… Continue reading Ranking the Muppet Movies from Worst to Best
In the novels of Tom Clancy, Jack Ryan is a former marine turned CIA analyst turned politician, a capable (if not particularly deep) hero and mouthpiece for Clancy’s political and military viewpoints. Although he thrived on the page (even becoming president at one point), his on-screen career has been a little less consistent. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit is the fifth film about the character, but Chris Pine is the fourth… Continue reading Ranking the Jack Ryan Films and Their Actors, from 'Hunt for Red October' to 'Shadow Recruit'
“Mad Men” at its best transcends the tedium of office life. “A Tale of Two Cities,” at least in a first viewing, was not “Mad Men” at its best.
Whether or not something major comes of Jim Cutler and Ted Chaough’s secretive scheming, far too much of this week’s episode was dominated by office politics and ad men at work. Only one of the storylines… Continue reading 'Mad Men' Season 6 episode 10 recap 'Tale of Two Cities': Ranking Joan, Roger, Don, Peggy and more on the happiness index