Licari’s Sicilian Pizza Kitchen in Grand Rapids, MI. A slice of Italy in West Michigan.
My company’s logo, which I designed, on a fleece jacket. Awesome. #ProTrainings #ProCPR
really excited for Kim and Kanye’s baby to come
What was I doing for New Year’s Eve 2013? Sitting in bed in just sweatpants eating cold Papa John’s breadsticks, watching Once Upon a Time, and knitting.
Like a champ.
Awesome! We did kind of the same thing, only Twilight Zone marathon.
I chose the “Gollum” moment in the new trailer for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Choose your moment at www.thehobbit.com.
Alright, we’ve kept pretty quiet in the rumor department for sometime, but the below interview with Dan Aykroyd sheds more light on Ghostbusters 3 topic than I’ve seen in years and for once it doesn’t appear to be strung together or…
Aykroyd on Ghostbusters 3: “It’s a surety that Bill Murray will not do the movie.” I still want to see a third Ghostbusters movie, regardless of Murray. He was a big part of the first two, but overall, Ghostbusters was a team, and it was a company, and it’s possible that Peter Venkman would have moved on by this point.
“Even longer,” Pooh answered.
At the end of the year, I like to list my favorite movies of the year. I go through the list of movies that I saw in theaters (new ones only, not counting the Cult Classics that I managed to see on the big screen, like Ghostbusters), and then I just list the ones that really struck a chord with me. I’ll admit, my number one moviegoing experience for the year wasn’t necessarily an entire movie. In fact, it’s going to be my favorite movie of 2012, and the film’s second half will be my favorite movie of 2013. That doesn’t mean that other movies shouldn’t be considered up there with it, just that they’ll always be my second choice to these. This list is going to be sorted into categories such as favorite overall, because to list them in any particular order is dangerous. I like different movies for different reasons, so that’s how I thought to sort the movies out this year.
Looks like the article I wrote a while ago about the potential for a Lego Lord of the Rings was right on the money. Back in February of 2010, I wrote that the LEGO company could create…