#10 Wes Anderson movies

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Originally posted on Stuff White People Like:

White people love Wes Anderson movies more than they love their kids. If a white guy takes a white girl to a Wes Anderson movie on their first date, and neither of them have seen it, they will immediately commence a relationship that is reflected in songs by Ryan Adams and Bright Eyes.

Wes Anderson movies have this way of being sort of funny and a little clever, so white people in the audience will laugh like crazy. Also, if they don’t get the joke and other white people start laughing, they’ll all join in. It’s pretty much the case that if one dude with glasses laughs, the entire theater will be in stitches within 15 seconds.

If you find yourself in a situation with a white person, and an awkard silence falls over you. Mention any of the movies below and you will have something to talk about, and…

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Goodbye, and Good Riddance, Candlestick

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Originally posted on CBS San Francisco:

COMMENTARY–Please forgive me if I don’t get too sentimental about the last event ever at Candlestick Park. (Paul McCartney Plays Candlestick One Final Time) Oh sure, there’ve been plenty of memorable moments in that old dump, but let me counterbalance all the nostalgia with a few not-so-warm memories:

First, a miserable, drizzly June day in 1984 when the Giants lost in 11 innings and I watched in horror as an upper-deck fan, venting his anger after the game, fell to his death.

Second, who-knows-how-many Arctic nights in what was Major League Baseball’s most notorious venue.

Third, the night a high-school-aged version of me got hauled into the police station in the bowels of the joint. I’m pretty sure the statute of limitations has expired on this, but I will acknowledge it wasn’t a bright idea to slip the lock on the door leading to the right-field pullout bleachers so we…

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Watch The LIVE STREAM of The One Direction Movie Premiere Right Here!

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Originally posted on OK! Magazine:

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One Direction is having a big week. They performed on the Today show last Friday, presented and won at the VMAs last night in Brooklyn, and today, they will attend their first-ever movie premiere for their 3D film, This Is Us in NYC. But if you’re not one of the Directioners who’s already been camped out for days outside the theater, you can instead watch the entire thing go down right here on OKMagazine.com.

Watch: One Direction’s Reaction to Miley Cyrus at the VMAs

Tune into the video above starting today at 5:30pm ET to see Zayn, Niall, Liam, Louis and yes, Harry Styles, who is probably still recovering from that Taylor Swift diss, walk the carpet at their premiere, and be sure to check out One Direction: This Is Uswhen it hits theaters this Friday, August 31!

Watch: Taylor Swift Disses Harry Styles at the VMAs—Twice!

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Ask Hackaday: What movies have the best/worst hacking scenes

Originally posted on Hackaday:

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It’s time to do your best impression of [Comic Book Guy] as you make your case for trash or triumph in big screen hacking scenes. We watch a lot of movies, and it’s hard not to groan when the filmmakers cut corners by doing zero research into what using a computer actually looks like. But then once in a great while you have a team that does its due diligence and puts up a scene that makes sense to those of us in the know. So we’re wondering, what movies do you think have the best hacking scenes, and which ones are the worst offenders? Leave your opinion on the topic in the comments section.

We realize that you can come up with tons of poorly done ones, what we would really like to hear about is who did it right. We’ll get you started with a couple of examples…

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August 14th ” The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Movie” 8:15 pm(postponed from last Wednesday)

Originally posted on Films in Van Vorst:

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“The Bugs Bunny Road Runner Movie”

directed by Chuck Jones and Phil Munroe

The 1979 movie is a collection of Warner Bros. short cartoon features starring Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny, Daffy duck, Porky Pig, Marvin the Martian, Wile E. Coyote, Pepe Le Pew and Arthur Q.Bryan as Elmer Fudd.  The animations are interspersed by Bugs Bunny reminiscing on past events

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Action Comics #33 – Review

Originally posted on Weekly Comic Book Review:

By: Greg Pak (story), Aaron Kuder (art), Wil Quintana (colors)

The Story: As if Doomsday isn’t enough of a problem, now there’s mass narcolepsy going on.

The Review:
Last time we visited this storyline, I said that I was on the verge of giving it up, a proposition I was only half-joking about. I just couldn’t bear the idea of buying three comics a month for however long this arc lasted, knowing I wouldn’t really enjoy them. At least with Transformers, I only kind of knew I wouldn’t like it. But after dropping Batman/Superman, economic considerations aren’t as pressing anymore, and admittedly, Pak’s starting to take the story in an interesting direction.

Don’t get me wrong; the Doomsday Superman stuff is incurably dull. There’s little psychological gold to mine from Clark’s mental war with his Doomsday conscience; it’s your typical angel-devil set-up, but with superheroes. You also…

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