I didn’t see Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska’s first Alice in Wonderland movie, and doubt that I will see the sequel, although its trailers are lighting up movie theaters all over the country.
But my doubt has doubt…for two reasons.
First, the late, great Alan Rickman voices the Blue Caterpillar in Alice Through the Looking Glass, and the chance to listen to his dulcet tones is reason enough to endure the rest of the film.
Secondly, the trailer has “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane as its soundtrack, and I could listen to that on a loop as well.
In fact, let’s do that now. Together.
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Tagged Alan Rickman, Alice in Wonderland, Alice Through the Looking Glass, Blue Caterpillar, celebrities, entertainment, Feed your head, Humor, Jefferson Airplane, Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, movie theaters, movie trailers, Movies, Music, Youtube
How I remember David Bowie…
Posted in Celebrities, Comedy, Entertainment, Humor, Music, Television
Tagged celebrities, comedy, Craig Ferguson, David Bowie, entertainment, Humor, Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Music, parody, Television, tribute, Youtube
Women were just set back 100 years.
Posted in Advertising, Beauty, Fashion, Humor, Life, Television
Tagged advertising, beauty, bush, commercials, Fashion, Humor, life, razors, schick, swimming pool, Television, women, Youtube
The Oceanic Preservation Society projected images of endangered species on the south side of the Empire State Building last night to raise awareness of their plight.
For those of you who couldn’t be there, here is a peek:
To learn more about what is being done to save these creatures, and what you can do, visit www.racingextinction.com.
Posted in Animals, Movies, Nature, New York City, News, Travel
Tagged animals, Cecil, Empire State Building, endangered species, extinction, Movies, nature, New York City, news, Oceanic Preservation Society, outdoor movie, racingextinction.com, Travel, Youtube
This was a crappy day.
I woke up to a vomiting dog. He’s feeling much better now, but it took a $400 vet visit to do the job.
My to-do list was repeatedly stymied by frustrating people and annoying road blocks.
And my evening dog walk, usually my stress reducer, was washed out — literally — by a cloud burst that left me and Rory sopping wet.
Yep, crappy was the word of the day. So this video really spoke to me.
…and puts a smile on my face! Great way to put this day to bed and start fresh tomorrow.
Posted in Business, Dogs, Health, Humor, Life, Relationships, Walking, Weather, Youtube
Tagged babies, Business, children, cloud burst, crappy, crappy day, dog walk, Dogs, Health, Humor, life, poop faces, Relationships, road blocks, stress, to-do list, veterinarian, video, walking, weather, word of the day, Youtube
I’ve never gotten involved in the online debate about whether or not to vaccinate children. Since I don’t have kids, I figured I would stay out of that fight (although I vaccinate my dog, so we can probably guess where I might land).
I have to wonder, though, if this TV commercial is making the back-and-forth even more heated…
Not only vaccinate your kids but re-vaccinate in their teens? The anti-vax crowd must be foaming at the mouth. But the ad’s emotional argument is effective.
Once again — staying out of it.
Posted in Advertising, Children, Family, Health, Humor, Internet, Youtube
Tagged advertising, anti-vax, children, commercial, debate, Dogs, family, fight, foaming at the mouth, Health, Humor, Internet, meningitis, ringside seats, vaccinations, vax, Youtube
Are you excited about Melissa McCarthy’s new action comedy Spy?
I am. The critics are. (It’s received a crazy fresh score — for a comedy, no less — on RottenTomatoes.com.)
I’ll bet you are, too.
But I feel we have to give some credit to Tom Cruise, who has starred in some of the big action films that McCarthy and director Paul Feig are lampooning. You may hate his personal life and his religion, but who cares? His films are epic.
Have you seen the trailer for Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation?
Posted in Celebrities, Entertainment, Humor, Movies, Religion
Tagged action movie, celebrities, entertainment, Humor, Mission Impossible, Mission Impossible Rogue Nation, movie trailer, religion, Tom Cruise, Youtube
I watch a lot of awards shows, and often the celebrities are so jaded, it’s uncomfortable to watch them win. They come across arrogant or bored or even embarrassed to be there.
So it’s fun to watch someone win their first award — after decades in the business — and be joyful and sincere and probably win over an entire new demographic of fans in the process.
Good for you, Craig. I’ve always voted for you.
Posted in Celebrities, Commentary, Entertainment, Humor, Internet, Television
Tagged arrogance, awards shows, boredom, celebrities, Celebrity Name Game, commentary, Craig Ferguson, Daytime Emmy Awards, embarrassment, entertainment, fans, gratitude, Humor, Internet, joy, sincere, Television, voting, winners, Youtube
I’m so glad Tiger’s back.
Posted in Advertising, golf, History, Humor, Sports, Television, video
Tagged advertising, golf, history, Master's, Rory McIlroy, Sports, Television, Tiger Woods, video, Youtube
I got my first look at a Go Pro camera in an electronics store in the Cincinnati Airport over Halloween weekend. I had seen video footage from one before, but the clips they had on a loop at the store entrance sucked me right in.
So I completely understand why this squirrel felt the need to ‘grab and go.’
He’s a pretty good cameraman, yes?
Posted in Animals, Entertainment, Humor, Internet, Life, Shopping, Technology
Tagged animals, camera, cameraman, Cincinnati Airport, electronics store, entertainment, Go Pro, grab and go, Halloween, Humor, Internet, life, shopping, squirrels, technology, up a tree, video, video clip, video footage, video loop, Youtube