I didn't want to spoil anything last night, but it's over! I'm depressed. I was rooting for James, he just had bad luck. He got hardly any daily doubles. Brad got many of them and got every one wrong. I don't know what to do with myself anymore.The first night of the Jeopardy - Greatest of All Time - tournament was exciting.. Anybody else watched it?
I agree that James was in control of his own destiny when he blew it. I guess he doesn't quite know everything. Also, his game plan was thrown off by Ken controlling the board.I'm stunned that he missed the final one last night. And yeah, Brad seemed to steal most of the daily doubles then squander them!
Yes, and that's precisely the problem. I saw most of the movie on her seatback screen, but without sound. It seemed to be 3 hours of eye-candy. Pitt's Hawaiian shirt always flowed gracefully over the perfectly vintage Champion tee. The car was the ultimate in cool. Tarantino couldn't get enough of Margo Robbie walking in that perfect-fitting skirt. But everyone I talked to said the storyline was pointless.Tarantino faithfully re-created – for real, not digitally – the way Hollywood Boulevard looked in 1969: the businesses, the signs, the storefronts, the automobiles.....and "Boss Radio" KHJ blaring from car radios.
The first line is enough melt snowflakes heads.Cadillac is one of the sponsors of the Oscars broadcast. They have a new commercial that uses the music from the DJ Shadow/ Run the Jewels song Nobody Speak. I find it comical because the lyrics (which they don't use) are insanely profane. I guess they assume their potential customers will have no idea?
The people sitting next to us on the plane watched JoJo Rabbit and loved it. And they also had seen Hollywood and didn't like it. Somehow I think it's a generational thing.The first line is enough melt snowflakes heads.
I thought Hollywood was ok. QT has done much better in my book though.
Just watched JoJo Rabbit tonight. I loved it.