Charming movie, fun characters (half the fun is trying to figure out who all the flea bitten critters are), nice -- no great -- animation.
Not a huge number of laugh out loud moments, and not as deep and moving as Up! or Toy Story(s).
But a clever movie.
It's also probably the most self-aware, meta-movie I've ever seen.
It literally draws the frame of the picture twice. (And how about Clint's Oscars?)
Yep. Not a good idea for the DA to go after the Bulletin.
Today's story of new Deputy DA hire Horton, who has lost property to foreclosure and still owes back property taxes.
I think the thing that bothered me the most is that he lives in Pronghorn. I'm sure he'll be looking out for the little guy.
Come on, now. I'm pretty sure that Libya doesn't account for .50 worth of gas (17th largest producer).
Getting screwed again by the gas companies.
And those poor deluded Tea Partiers have been duped into going after government, instead of the real villains -- Corporations.
They own us.
The freakin' Barnes and Nobel stock has dropped off the face of the earth. At this point, it's overkill. They were still earning a profit the last I heard. I suspect this is going to have to come back a bit. I'm just hanging in there, trying to avoid selling at the low.
Wow. The highest selling comic title in February was Green Lantern #62, all of 71 K copies. I can't begin to tell you how bad that is. I mean, that's really down there....
The writer of Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman, wants to hire Charlie Sheen.
As what, head zombie?
Hack Bend is asking about the status of El Jimador.
I noticed that Wabi Sabi has moved into the space that was Maryjane's and that Maryjane's now has the same address as C.C. McKenzie.... So are they sharing space? This is minus one storefront, even if they are all still in business. Not sure how to specify that on my Comings and Goings list.
Anyone know what's going on?
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