It’s a boy!
Anyone manage to accomplish the six saltines in a minute thing while I was gone? I hear victory is a four step process.
Am I wrong in assuming that The Dread Pirate Roberts, (and thus, Westley) has killed quite a number of people?
Is there some loophole I missed, or do we just sort of play down that aspect of the character?
(I realize you could get away with things like that back then, but it still seems like a pretty brutal character point for a kid’s movie.)
This is a screen cap from an episode of the ’60s Spiderman cartoon that floated up at me from the TV aether of darkest night, while I was tending a sick child.
I’m not sure if there was a time when the “Texas pronunciation” was more common, or if this is actually an indicator of a horrible ultra-power that lies above and beyond fission/fusion.
The episode, Specialists and Slaves, can be found on the youtube:
CNN has an article up reporting that some parents are complaining about the Where The Wild Things Are movie.
Might I suggest they stick to watching things more their speed, and leave the good movies for the kids smart enough to understand them.
Here’s something they can get excited about:
[If I wasn’t clear enough in my last post, I thought the film was fantastic, and so did the two six year olds I brought with me.]
I’d intended on writing a review for “Where the Wild Things Are”, but honestly I’d rather go drink a glass of milk, howl at the moon a while, then fall asleep in a great big pile.