I'm so sorry. I needed a full day to compose myself. Did anyone else see how confusingly beautiful the Lost series finale was?
I liked that it answered the main questions and left the minor ones unanswered because that's how real life is. You won't know every answer, but the most important ones are discovered and the rest are revealed in time. I don't get too emotional but this show and it's finale had me getting sentimental. No, I did not cry. My heart did, though. Finally, a show happened that had completion.
Chris Brown finally gained my respect. He's a better rapper than I thought. He does the whole rap/singing fusion better than Drake. I'm just sayin'. And Tyga...he's on the come up. Good summer mixtape-the best so far.
Jeffery Morgan is such an underrated actor. Zoe Saldana is beautiful point...blank...period. I like that people actually acted amidst the gratuitous action. And Idris Elba needs to get some more roles in the limelight because he deserves it. It was just great.
I've wanted something like this for when I have a home:
Finally, a cookbook that regular guys can enjoy. Two Dudes, One Pan contains recipes that any man can relate to in the sense that it doesn't have something strange like paprika seasoned tofu. The recipes are all very edible. In other words, there will be meat and lots of it. Stolen from Uncrate.com
No, it is not a Matrix knockoff. Between the Matrix: Reloaded and the Matrix: Revolution, The Animatrix offered the various Matrix experiences of various characters who were still in the Matrix or had taken the red pill. To be honest, the stories in this film are both compelling and so artistically done. It is truly beautiful. It fulfills all spectrums of the film community-the cinematographer, the story buff, and the action head. I might have to put this in the top 10 list of my favorite movies. Oh and yes I'm reviewing movies for a little bit. Get over it.
That was a classic line from Kanye. Anyways, what if you found out that George W. Bush wasn't that bad and that he wasn't as irresponsible as you might have thought? Before you kill me, watch this movie:
Even if politics bores you, this film takes a completely different angle when exploring George W. Bush. It explores his character and how behind the seemingly asinine decisions, there was a rational reason that we might not have known. I'm not a fan of many of Bush's policies. However I do respect him as a man and I found myself feeling endeared to him as I watched this film.
I don't know why I haven't mentioned this show earlier:
This has to be in my top 3 list of favorite television shows of all time. It chronicles the journey of all the Super Bowl champions. I like seeing the journey of people who reach pinnacles of success. It's a good feeling. I recommend this show for football fans, sports fans, or people who just like feel good stories.
I saw this last night and it was absolutely amazing. If you're big on cinematography, it's not really that artistic, but it is truly entertaining. Robert Downey Jr. completely resurrected his career. I wasn't much of a fan and I thought he was washed up once he went into drug rehab. But, he came back from that strong and is almost having a second career that's way more successful. I appreciate him as an actor now. Hint: Stay after the credits.
Gratuitous blogging! I was just thinking, are we genetically predisposed to get cornier as we get older? I just realized that sooner or later, I'm just going to be lame. I think I've come to terms with it, but I'm going to ride it out as long as possible. Others should do likewise. No offense, but nobody is as cool as they think, except for Barack Obama possibly. Speaking of corny things, I want this:
The title speaks for itself. Sign me up! Stolen from Uncrate.com