You’re probably thinking, “What?” The past five years have arguably brought us some of the best children’s movies yet. Continuing their tradition of excellence, Pixar brought us Toy Story 3, a film so good that it was also nominated for best picture of the year, as well as writing nods. Even more recently we’ve been given Frozen, an instant classic and one of the best Disney princess movies in years.
Watching movies with friends–it’s like a sport for film-lovers. We spend much of our social lives watching movies we’ve already seen with those who haven’t. It is perhaps our greatest gift. On this episode of Talking Cinema, Adam and Cameron discuss their own favorite films to watch with others. Download the Podcast here.
Poe’s Law: an axiom suggesting that it’s difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish between parodies of religious or other fundamentalism and its genuine proponents, since they both seem equally insane. (Wikipedia) ChildCare Action Project has been and continues to be a constant thorn in the side of serious film buffs. For years, CCAP has acted as a sort of moral watchtower, bringing us so-called “reviews” that seem less like true
I was born with a mild case of cerebral palsy in July of 1982. Up until seventh grade, I was never physically able to put my left heel down. For the majority of my young life, I walked around with a brace on my leg. This led to schoolyard insults from various bullies and an inability to participate in sports. Not that I ever really cared about sports. Early on,