At a time when politics south of the border are more absurd than ever before, this mediocre comedy from the 2012 election year is worth viewing.
Coupled with outstanding cinematography and editing, unique monster designs, and the pessimistic atmosphere of the 1970s, Kong: Skull Island is an absolute treat and well worth the watch.
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“It’s the kind of play that’s expansive. […] You could produce it in so many different ways. There’s so many options, because it’s a fantastical world.”
The collection has fine examples of woven craftsmanship from around the world, from Chinese silk shirts to Scandinavian funeral wraps to Coast Salish blankets.
She takes a ride on a rollercoaster where riders must be paired with a seatmate of the opposite sex—blue heart seat for boys on one seat, and pink for the girls on the other.
While everyone has been focusing on the big winners this year, including Adele, Beyoncé, and David Bowie, there has not been a lot of attention on the winners in the country categories.
For those times when you feel like you’re about to fly off the handle, light one of these incredibly effective, stress-relieving candles and feel your scholarly agony just melt away.
“We thought ‘You know what would be fresh and innovative? If we made this guy actually gay instead of just heavily-implied gay!’ That’s how you get the Oscar, folks, by taking risks.”