Saturday, September 24, 2005

My youngest son has been telling me that his Wisconsin Badgers should be ranked. It seems he was correct!


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"SPLAT! STARS WHO GOT A PIE IN THE EYE "


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Upset Steven Spielberg reportedly dumps Tom Cruise from his life.

What happened to the lovebirds?

  • "Spielberg is apparently still miffed about Tom Cruise's unscheduled layover in Crazytopia over the summer when the actor was supposed to be riding the War of the Worlds promotional express."


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best part of this article is the contrast with the picture on the right (Tom Cruise kissing Spielberg as if it were a blow-up doll).

 

IN a minor upset, Flightplan beats out Corpse Bride for the #1 spot on Friday Box Office. To be fair, it should be noted that kids' movies do better on Saturday and Sunday than on Friday, so Burton's movie may still take the weekend. Roll Bounce slipped into the #5 slot, as expected, but was within a hair's breadth of 4th. Roll Bounce was actually #3 in terms of revenues per screen, easily beating Just Like Heaven ($1354-$834).


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Lufkin Motorists try to get fuel from a pump with an 'out of gas' sign attached. They had to. They didn't want to miss the opening ceremonies at the MENSA convention.


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Top 50 Science Fiction Television Shows of All Time


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any Top 50 Science Fiction list that does not include "Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy" shows itself to be completely ridiculous. The fact that there are just a few token non-American shows in the list highlights the parochiality of the compilers as well.

 


Blogger Uncle Scoopy said...

I didn't really think about it when I posted the link, but you're right, it is complete Americacentric.
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Anyway, spurring discussion and learning is the reason for publishing these lists in the first place. Even without the global perspective, I thoight it was controversial. I found it hard to believe that they thought the original Star Trek was #1. WTF were their criteria?

 


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Plus there is too much fantasy (Buffy, Tales, & Xena), but no ST:DS9 or Red Dwarf. I'd also nominate Quark. Anyone who remembers it, knows.

 

Soderbergh and Mark Cuban seek to re-invent movie distribution. Soderbergh will direct six films for the new Cuban/Wagner production unit, and they will be released simultaneously on DVD, on cable, and in 200 theaters


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SNL presents A Peanuts Christmas.


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A gallery of set pics from Steven Spielberg's Munich


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Bill Maher for Save Our Children


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The trailer for Match Point, Woody Allen's latest - extremely European in its sensibilities, or at least the trailer is.


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Naked chick walks through the streets of Zurich


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Cheney's knee surgeon will be operating on a jerk.


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Bill Cosby's new concert demands


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The history of Crayola crayon colors from 1903 to the present.


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Latino Review has a new gallery of pictures from The Legend of Zorro


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The Cat's Eye Nebula - the future of our own sun?


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The record industry is now promoting something called Digital File Check - a tool designed to see if your kids or other users on your computer are loading pirated material.


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Uncle Scoopy's Guest House presents Susan George in The House Where Evil Dwells


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't know what has happened to her, but she is one of my all-time favorites.

One of the first stars to showcase her gorgeous TITS!!!

 

Images of Japanese Vending Machines, including some excellent dispensers for octopus porn.


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