Posts Tagged ‘Don’t’
Question by Bud: Why don’t they start putting new releases and more movies on net flicks streaming?
I mean its the way of the future there is no reason to be a slow poke with it!
I don’t even use netflicks for the stupid mailing movies. I am not like hmmmmm I wanna watch a movie tommarow. I wanna see it now!
Answer by Kaligirl
Mainly because they want to make more money. New releases at movie rental places always cost more than the older titles. If it is a popular movie and they are still making a decent amount on it in the rental locations, then they will want to maintain that, not have that money taken away by online viewing. If you notice, the online viewing selection is mainly old movies, or movies that didn’t have a lot of hype. If it’s really popular, it takes quite a while for it to reach the instant viewing.
It sucks for those of us who want to just watch it now, but it’s how it works. There are even people who wouldn’t be too thrilled with it anyway since some don’t like watching things on their computer screen.
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Posted by Photo Boy Presumably because she doesn’t understand complex interstellar mathematic computations, the sum of which always equals wearing an Iron Man costume to a five star restaurant, Kylie Jenner engrammed the hell out of Jaden Smith‘s thetans (It’s clear the Smiths are whack job Scientologists at this point, right?) by talking about their Read More …
The “Sin City” beauty rocked designer duds from Acne and Carolina Bucci for the sultry David Bellemere photo shoot and chatted about losing her baby weight and her new book.
Check out a few highlights from Miss Alba’s interview below. For more, be sure to visit Net-A-Porter!
On her post-baby weight loss:
“I wore a double corset day and night for three months. It was sweaty, but worth it. It was brutal; it’s not for everyone.”
On writing “The Honest Life”:
“[Writing the book] was daunting. But I wanted this information to be easy to understand. There are so many different sources that have such strong opinions. I wanted to have no judgement: here’s the information, take from it what you will.”
On keeping up with the family and The Honest Company:
“I don’t balance well. I just try to do the best I can.”
On conquering early failures in her business career:
“I had lots of doors shut in my face, which forced me to get behind the idea in a genuine way. I would cry, tell Cash it wasn’t possible; I was crazy. And he would say, ‘Well approach it different. What can’t people wrap their heads around.’”
Question by terry s: You still dont have netflix?
How many people are sick of seeing the ad everytime you watch a clip on yahoo?
Everytime I click on a news clip I hear”You still dont have netflix” before it even plays! Makes me not want netflix!
Answer by iltmaemc
But, But there are no late fees
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Written, directed and edited by Ruairi Robinson for 45k euro, Blinky is a sharp-looking 12-minute short that stars Where the Wild Things Are‘s Max Records as an petulant, spoiled child whose relationship with an indentured companion robot deteriorates in some fairly surprising ways. Director Robinson also did all the 3D robot modeling and provided the voice for Blinky, and after seeing the results, I think you’ll agree he should be respectively commended and sued by Dave Coulier for theft of riotous Jackalope voice.
A Pizza Planet delivery truck has appeared in every Pixar film except The Incredibles, and, in a triumph for anachronisms, the tradition has continued into the recently-released Brave. The studio is apparently pretty proud of this, as today they sent out the above photo to reveal just where they squeezed the truck in this time: as a carving in the witch’s cottage. They’re also pretty proud they snuck Monsters, Inc.‘s John Goodman monster into the film, and below you can see another just-released still showing how they did that. Hint: it also involves wood!
Now I want pizza. And a relaxing woodworking hobby.
This is like the ultimate instance of someone coming up with a funny idea while having some drunken, nostalgic conversation at a bar, and then shocking everyone by actually following through with said idea. In this case, the drunken conversation clearly involved singing along to ’90s sitcom themes, and that funny idea was to actualize the theme to Perfect Strangers as a video game, and now that idea is real and currently “LOADING 3D,” because it’s so real that it’s 3D.
Play it immediately. Only then will you truly understand the dream lyricist Jesse Frederick was alluding to standing tall on the wings of.
(Thanks, Angie & M.F.)
We will have to find a new bard to tell future generations the true tradition of our boat-based guessing games. Director Peter Berg has revealed that his Battleship adaptation–you know, the one with a bunch of armored aliens shooting glowing balls at skyscrapers?–does not actually have all that much grounding in Battleship the game. It does include an “ordinance” that sort of looks like pegs, though, so…
Answering questions at WonderCon, Berg told THR:
“[Battleship] certainly doesn’t have any direct correlation to the game. That being said, it was a lot of fun to try to find way to reference the game. If you look at the ordinance that the enemies use, it looks a bit like pegs. Both of our ships’ radar systems have trouble seeing each other, so they gotta try and predict where the enemy is so that they can go after them. And there were some other things that were kind of fun. They were certainly never mandated, but anybody that’s of a certain age that knows the game will look at it and probably kind of smile to themselves. I guess they could say, “This is preposterous!” and storm out of the theater. I don’t think they will, but hopefully they’ll say its kind of a clever reference to the game.”
No, Peter Berg, of course no one will think it is preposterous that you put Rihanna in what looks like a Transformers-endorsed recruitment ad. I guess they could, but more likely audiences will see that the enemies have something that looks a bit like pegs, and they will say, “That’s kind of clever, how those things look a bit like pegs. You know, how the game had pegs? Really makes you think.” You had me worried for a minute that you might have just shoved a bunch of ludicrous bullshit into the Battleship box, but now that I know there’s this peg reference, it all seems a bit clever.
I can’t wait to see what kind of similarly-clever twists await us in Adam Sandler’s Candyland.
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