If you're going to see one movie about a dandy, mustachioed gentleman on a caper involving stolen artwork and featuring an appearance by Jeff Goldblum, make it "The Grand Budapest Hotel." However, if you're going to see two movies about a dandy, mustachioed gentleman on a caper involving stolen artwork and featuring an appearance by Jeff Goldblum ... eh, maybe it's best to just watch "The Grand Budapest Hotel" a second time.
Go in with low expectations, and be treated with a fun ride of a film. "The Lone Ranger" is available on Blue-ray combo pack, Digital HD and On-Demand starting on Dec. 17 -- just in time for the Christmas season.
Who is this movie for? Younger audiences likely have no interest in the old radio serial and TV character, much less even know who he is. And older audiences who do remember the old show likely have no interest in seeing a gritty modern reimagining of said character. Well, now that I've actually seen "The Lone Ranger," I can confirm that I still have no bloody idea who is supposed to enjoy this movie.
The Social Circle is staying away from political questions this week for obvious reasons. Instead, the focus is on celebrity crushes. More specifically, OnMilwaukee.com asked the group which famous person, living or dead, did they have a crush on and why.
I like The Lone Ranger but have you heard of The Lone Rangers? They're awesome!During a time when the West was wild, a young, and hungry for justice, lawyer; John Reid (Armie Hammer-Arm and Hammer? Army Hammer?) joins his badass, gun-slinging brother in a posse to take down the notorious and vile...
"Civilization is a limitless multiplication of unnecessary necessaries." - Mark Twain
Civilization is a bunch of bull.
Especially the media.
Why do I have to see so many Bald Eagles, Star Spangled Banners, Lynyrd Skynyrd links and Don't Tread On Me Flags...