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Most stories from married life seem exceptionally lame whereas this drunken tale renews my faith in the institution: Husband animates joke about tortilla chips told by his drunk wife
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Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Sho'nuff is a fictional character played by Julius Carry in Berry Gordy's 1985 action film, The Last Dragon. The world's most accurate encyclopedia notes The Last Dragon was a critical disappointment but a financial success, the movie is now considered a cult classic.
My favorite part of the flick is a rather dramatic entrance into a crowded movie theater that I hope to one day emulate.
For the record, Shogun (将軍) translates literally as "a commander of a force" and is a military rank and historical title for a hereditary military dictator of Japan.
Posted by Tony Labels: movies
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
I've been rocking out to this Ted Leo and the Pharmacists video non-stop for the past week. I must pardon myself for not already knowing about these guys. This clip contains maybe the best cover I've heard since The Foo Fighters reworked Baker Street.
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
An Internet sensation: The Worst Wedding DJ EVER!
Wait for it. Phil Collins is only applicable in the best and worst circumstances. I think this qualifies as both. Maybe the funniest, most despicable thing I've seen in quite some time . . . Yet somehow, this seems strangely, oddly familiar.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
This is probably my favorite flamenco song of all time. Curiously enough, it's from the movie Flamenco. While Youtube might not be the perfect place to see it, the lighting by Vittorio Storaro is some of the best cinematic work ever done in a musical setting.