Archive for October, 2019

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Pic of the Day: “I’m telling you, brother, it’s a frightful sight for what goes on Halloween night.” (70th Anniversary)


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Pic of the Day: “Your father and I were just discussing his day at work. Why don’t you tell our daughter about it, honey?” “Janie, today I quit my job. And then I told my boss to go fuck himself, and then I blackmailed him for almost sixty thousand dollars. Pass the asparagus.” (20th Anniversary)


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Pic of the Day: “Nate, if you’re thinking about winning this game, then you’re as crazy as he is.” “Well, maybe so. But you spend fourteen years in this tank, you begin to understand that you’ve only got two things left they can’t sweat out of you or beat out of you… Your balls. And you better hang onto them, because they’re about the only thing you’re gonna have when you get out of here.” (45th Anniversary)


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Pic of the Day: “Warriors, come out to play-i-ay.” (40th Anniversary)


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Pic of the Day: “Now, shut up! Shut up, all of you! Now listen to me, you hicks. Yeah, you’re hicks too, and they fooled you a thousand times like they fooled me. But this time, I’m going to fool somebody. I’m going to stay in this race. I’m on my own and I’m out for blood.” (70th Anniversary)


Oscars 2019: Best Animated Feature Eligibles

Oscar season is almost upon us, folks. This is our first prep article. Your summer reading list, if you will.

We’ll go over the Foreign Language Film eligibles in a few weeks, but for now, we’ve got the list of submissions for Best Animated Feature. There are 32 of them this year (a record).

I haven’t really noticed a glut of animated films this year, so it’ll be interesting to see what there is to eventually lose to Frozen or Toy Story. They broke the dam on nominating an anime last year, so perhaps another one of those is in store. But the first step is seeing what’s eligible. So that’s what we’re gonna do today.

Here are the 32 eligible films for Best Animated Feature: (more…)


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Pic of the Day: “You’re right, I’ve got a lot of problems… But they belong to me.” “You think they’re yours, but they’re not. Everybody that walks in that door becomes part of your problem. Anybody that comes in contact with you. I didn’t want to be part of your problem, but I am. I’m leaving my husband, and maybe I would have anyway, but the fact is, is, I’m doing it now, and part of it’s because of you. You’ve had an effect on my life.” (30th Anniversary)