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Montage of dance moments from almost 300 feature films. In order of appearance: dancinginmovies.tumblr.com
Today in Comics History: Seventy years ago, in his "Li'l Folks" panel on May 30, 1948, Charles Schulz first named a character Charlie Brown. (And he was obviously using a prototype of Snoopy.) pic.twitter.com/rMJmrjKsoK — Tom Heintjes (@Hoganmag) May 30, … Continue reading
The game within the game @starting9 A post shared by Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) on May 23, 2018 at 11:40am PDT
I’ve posted something related to this in the past, but VICE has more on the guy. Joel Osteen is one of the most famous televangelists in the world. A Houston based pastor, Joel is famous for his arena-sized congregations, his … Continue reading
So cool: Unearthed footage of Sylvester Stallone/Carl Weathers Choreography for Rocky in 1976 pic.twitter.com/depECkYTak — Meredith Frost (@MeredithFrost) April 7, 2018
That inauguration crowd was so huge I must have overlooked that Lincoln and Washington attend. Also, the logo they use with the Earth and red and white stripes somewhat reminded me of the old Obama campaign logo. GreatAgainForFree.com
Best line, “Sometimes things don’t go right in the neighborhood.” He even pulls out a Polaroid of him and Eddie Murphy and briefly discusses Murphy’s SNL impression of him.
From Academy Award® -winning filmmaker Morgan Neville (20 Feet from Stardom), Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Mister Fred Rogers. A portrait of a man whom we all think we know, this emotional … Continue reading