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Wallstreet 2

April 29, 2009
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Wallstreet 2

The plot for Wall Street 2 has been leaked. Michael Douglas is reprising his role as Gorden Gecko.  In this sequel to Wall Street, Gecko becomes enraged when he finds out a young, cocky Wall Street trader has betrayed him.  Douglas’s character will carefully cross the room with the aid of his walker and...
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These are a few of my favorite things (when I’m hungover)

April 29, 2009
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These are a few of my favorite things (when I’m hungover)

by Janey Pancake There are a handful of movies that I will watch no matter what – if they happen to be on television. These movies are like presents when they air – I don’t have cable, so I am usually out of town or staying with friends when I chance upon them and...
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Morning links

April 29, 2009
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 This is what I found when I went nosing around trying to find out more info on a writer from Pajiba. The best bio ever.  Period. You must read it. Keeping up with the Kardashians, Chelsea Handler style. The trailer for Twilight.  With cheeseburgers. posted 7:20 am
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KC FilmFest wrap up

April 28, 2009
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This year two local film festivals were combined into KC FilmFest.   The Kansas City Jubilee Film Festival was a juried shorts festival, and FilmFest KC was a curated festival. The new festival contains some juried and  some curated features (juried films are judged, curated movies are not.)  All foreign films were curated.  All...
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Morning links

April 28, 2009
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I am very busy stuffing cotton in my ears because my six year old has insisted on watching CNN with her breakfast, and I might accidentally hear something about the scary swine flu, and I don’t want to know none of that shizz.  Ignorance is bliss.  Knowledge gives you insomnia, real bad.   I...
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In the Weeds: Neck Tie vs. Bow Tie

April 28, 2009
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If given the choice between a white collar, nine-to-fiver or a job as a server, nine people out of 10 are going to choose the office job.  Despite the annoyances of having to ALT+TAB out of Facebook when your boss pops in or gather in a cramped break room to sing a pathetic happy...
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Morning links

April 26, 2009
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OMG.  Stumbled on this at 2 am on cable. Paul Rudd as kegel coach Comedy Central This is not exactly like the fusion class I go to now. Hulu Back tattoo remover.  SNL posted 7:26am
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Live podcast with Rian Johnson

April 26, 2009
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Live podcast with Rian Johnson

From KC Filmfest After the screening of  The Brothers Bloom, audience members who stuck around after the show got a rare treat. Jeff Goldsmith of Creative Screenwriting Magazine recorded a live podcast with director Rian Johnson.   A few weeks ago I was listening to a Filmspotting podcast and I heard a great story. Chris White...
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Movie Review: The Brothers Bloom

April 26, 2009
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Movie Review: The Brothers Bloom

A smart, funny film with sentiment An unwritten life.  That is what Adrien Brody’s character longs for in The Brothers Bloom, the latest film from indie breakout writer/director Rian Johnson.  Johnson’s first major release Brick (2005)  was a film noir nestled in a high school setting.  In contrast, this is a light hearted romp.
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Notes from a Walkman Junkie: The Great ‘Big Gulp’ Disaster of 1991

April 22, 2009
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I would like to clear up this ‘walkman’ business…It’s more of a ‘discman’. I did make the switch over from tapes to CD’s…eventually. My decision to move on was ( literally) heaved upon me when a friend of mine inadvertently dumped her entire giant drink into my bag ‘o’ tapes that I kept in...
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Breaking Bad: The Best Show You Might Not Be Watching

April 22, 2009
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Breaking Bad:  The Best Show You Might Not Be Watching

I have been captivated by Breaking Bad since its premiere episode.  It debuted in 2008 prior to the writer’s strike and had a very short 7 episode season. Miraculously, it survived the writer’s strike, and season two is better than ever.  I ‘d go out on a limb and say it is consistently the...
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Dear Lucky (magazine)

April 21, 2009
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Dear Lucky (magazine)

Dear Lucky magazine, I am putting you on notice.  I have been a subscriber to you and your flighty fashion whims for two and a half years now and I am this-close to pulling the plug when my renewal notice comes up.  I am sick of you, Lucky.  I am sick of you and...
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Morning links

April 21, 2009
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Wow.  CJ alerted me to the best fast food commercial ever.  Rats as fast food mascots.  Somebody must have lost their job over this.   I can’t believe I’m putting this up, but it made me laugh.  Dramatic rodent. Rat monster from  scare tactics. Not the best quality, but hilarious nonetheless. Yes Virginia, there...
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CNN Sells Out

April 21, 2009
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CNN Sells Out

My husband and I both subscribe to CNN’s text messaging service. I was reluctant to sign up initially, because I feared getting 20 texts a day about every small happening throughout the day. I was assured  that they show restraint and good judgement, and only text when extremely important events occur.  For the most...
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In the Weeds: For Reelz, ya’ll

April 21, 2009
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I can’t make this shit up. I was serving a six top in a private room. They had driven more than three hours for dinner because they had heard such great things about us, and I was looking forward to making it a night to remember.  Regardless of what most server blogs say, servers...
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Morning links

April 21, 2009
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Michael Emerson (Benjamin Linus, Lost) was on Jimmy Fallon.  Creepiest nursery rhyme ever.  Via jezebel. Creative dubbing over curse-laden phrase from Snakes on a Plane. The clip from /Film.  The latest from Fiona Apple, well worth the wait she has imposed on us.  Via EW.  posted 5:10 am
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Morning links

April 20, 2009
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The Family Guy +ipecac syrup =hilarious . From metacafe. What if  The Shining were a romantic comedy? From youtube. posted 6:51 am
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The Beowulf effect: Rupert Everett

April 20, 2009
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The Beowulf effect:  Rupert Everett

By the gals of frothygirlz The gals of frothygirlz gathered for a cocktail- fueled planning session yesterday.  We have made some decisions on weekly content.  Look forward to “In the Weeds”  (CJ’s restaurant insider column) every Tuesday.  Janey Pancakes will make an appearance on Wednesdays, and Anne will continue her “Notes from a Walkman...
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5 movies that made me cry

April 17, 2009
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5 movies that made me cry

I should preface this list by mentioning that I don’t usually cry during movies.  It’s not that I am without emotion when I witness something moving or tragic, it’s just that I hate to cry and have worked really hard as an adult to control my crying impulse.   I have my deeply scarring,...
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