BrainRot on Bob’s Burgers Ode to the Fishoeders

BrainRot: Ode to the Fishoeders I’ll be the first to admit that not everything I’ve introduced my family to has been a success, especially in regard to my vegan meal substitutes (“This tastes just like real lasagna!”). However, I have a knack for bringing great TV shows to the table that are a hit with …

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Biggest Egos in History: Top Thirteen Infamously Egotistical People

(PCM) Did you ever wonder how someone with a tremendously huge ego could even fit their head through a doorway? A little bit of an ego never hurt anyone; being confident in oneself and one’s abilities are assets in life. But there are some people who just take it too far.Narcissistic and self-involved, egotistical people… Read More

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Palo Alto by James Franko (Story) Gia Coppola (Screenplay)

palo_alto_ver2(PCM) James Franco is a man known for his many talents; he’s an actor, a director, an artist, and an author—just to name a few of the outlets he pursues, all of which he does while pursuing his doctorate in English, working as a college professor simultaneously on opposite ends of the country, and more recently acting in the acclaimed Broadway revival of Of Mice and Men.

James Franco is one busy individual, yet one is never under the impression that
he is overwhelmed. No matter the project, Franco manages to give a piece of
himself to audiences and create a genuine and masterful artwork that will last
for centuries. His newest film, Palo Alto, based of Franco’s own collection
of short stories, is no exception; directed by the brilliantly artistic Gia
Coppola, the film works to essentially capture the essence of what it’s like
to be a high schooler.… Read more

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