United States Thanksgiving is over, which signals the time that most people switch over into full-time Christmas mode. Or other holiday mode. I don’t mean to be mean to my non-Christmas-ing people out there.
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Today is Thanksgiving in the United States, which means Americans across the country are eating their way through enough food to feed an African country for a year. Despite the average American being fat enough already.
And what follows Thanksgiving? Why, Black Friday, of course.
Pixar has a new movie out, but The Good Dinosaur is garnering mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike.
Still, for a film that has been six years in the making, and was almost scrapped entirely a couple of years ago, even a mixed reaction should please the studio.
“We eat a lot of turkey, I mean A LOT. How much? Find out here!” – YT
With a new Star Wars movie, The Force Awakens, just weeks away from release, now would seem as good a time as any to look back at The Prequel Trilogy.
Are these movies as bad as most fans seem to think? Are we missing a genuinely brilliant story arc by focusing too much on what didn’t work in these films?