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TGIF! Illegals, ISIS, Clooney and Squatters

Taking a few random topics this morning. TGIF!

Okay, despite the  gross ignorance of liberals who claimed tyhat Obama was “expediting” the deportation of the tens of thousands of illegal “children” crossing the border … well … let’s just let the record speak for itself.  306 more words

Barack Hussein Obama

Celebs Congratulate Brangelina On Their Wedding, 'Pretty Little Liars' Star Janel Parrish Has A New Job, And More

TGIF! Don’t you dare start your holiday weekend without reading through our morning headlines! Shonda Rhimes is heading to The Mindy Project, the CW releases a new promotional photo for the upcoming season of… 253 more words


Gravity (2013)

2014 #13
Alfonso Cuarón | 91 mins | Blu-ray | 2.40:1 | USA & UK / English | 12 / PG-13

2014 Academy Awards
10 nominations — 7 wins… 923 more words


Out of Ideas? Not anymore thanks to my zany brain!

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel as if I need to post something, but either:

1. nothing snappy comes to mind.

2. something snappy comes to mind, but I already wrote an awesomelishish post about it and double-dipping just isn’t how I roll. 598 more words


Celebs react to Brangelina's surprise wedding

Surprise! Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie finally got married. We’d call it the wedding heard ’round the world, only they managed to keep it a secret since Saturday. 146 more words


George Clooney's $220M Wedding Disaster — Prenup Feud, Guest List Flub & Planner Quit!

George Clooney‘s upcoming nuptials to fiancee Amal Alamuddin is turning out to be disastrous — a prenup the couple has been arguing over, worries about a guest list feud and their wedding planner quitting — and the couple might not even make it down the aisle! 354 more words

Angelina Jolie

'Ocean's Eleven' and the Structure of the Caper

I adore Ocean’s Eleven. I teach it as the opening every semester of my Film Analysis class, and I love pointing out Soderbergh’s design to the students and watching their eyes get wide as they realize there’s another way to look at movies other than passively. 751 more words