I’m on the record as being ambivalent about Girl Meets World, Disney Channel’s highly enthusiastically ridiculously anticipated sequel/spinoff to millennial favorite Boy Meets World. (I also take full responsibility for helping to stoke that fervor for the past year and a half.) On one hand: Nostalgia! On the other: This is clearly a series meant for viewers born after the original show ended in the year 2000, and if you’re not one of… Continue reading Guess how many times they say the word ‘world’ in the ‘Girl Meets World’ pilot
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We’ve seen a lot of fan-made Star Wars videos in our time, but this one has got to win an award for being–we want to say ambitious, but really it’s just kind of insane. In the following 43-minute video, Tom Murphy VII took all the English words spoken in the first Star Wars movie, then sorted them alphabetically and counted how many times each… Continue reading Trivia: The Word "Lightsaber" Is Only Used Once in the Original 'Star Wars'
Elin Nordegren was humiliated when her husband Tiger Woods’ multiple infidelities were brutally exposed and the young mother said that “the word betrayed isn’t strong enough” to describe her pain during their split.
Nordegren, 34, just graduated from Rollins College in Florida after nine years of taking classes, an accomplishment she topped by taking a swipe at Woods during her graduation speech.
“I’m not married anymore,” she… Continue reading Elin Nordegren Reveals Her Pain During Tiger Woods Cheating Scandal: ‘The Word Betrayed Isn’t Strong Enough’
From our review of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance:
“There’s no place for ironic love in movie stardom. If someone is a movie star, you want to see them perform based on that star power; nobody watches Brad Pitt ironically. Yet, here’s the place Cage finds himself in in 2012 — he’s half-man, half-Internet meme. The fact that there may be no turning back for Cage… Continue reading The Word from SXSW: 'Joe' Gives Nicolas Cage the Comeback He Deserves
For better or worse, Veronica Mars is a movie for the fans.
It’s impossible to talk about the long awaited follow-up to the short-lived TV series of the same name without mentioning its origins on Kickstarter. The show’s small but dedicated fanbase ensured that the adventures of Neptune, California’s youngest private eye would live on and the film feels like like a thank you letter to the… Continue reading The Word on 'Veronica Mars': If You Liked the TV Show, You'll Love the Movie