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Thursday Open Thread

Geoffrey Chaucer by Thomas Hoccleve

On this date in 1397 Geoffrey Chaucer first tells the Canterbury Tales in the court of King Richard II.

Master Thespians

This happened yesterday on the “How I Met Your Mother” edition of “Inside the Actor’s Studio”… it is fun and harkens back to the days of when Hollywood actors could actually entertain.

Saturday Open Thread

Mercer celebrates after defeating Duke, in Raleigh, 78-71 in the Second Round of March Madness yesterday.

Hey… who needs a billion dollars anyway?

R.I.P. — Hal Douglas

Movie trailer voice-over legend Hal Douglas has died at age 89 (you’ll know him immediately from the clip above).

Hal Douglas, a voice-over artist who narrated thousands of movie trailers in a gravelly baritone heard by “audiences everywhere,” as he might have put it, “thrilled by images never before seen … until now!,” died [...]

Last 5 Movies

Commentarama Films is down for the day so we need a little bit of movie talk given the Oscars is tonight (I’ll watch — or grade and watch). Anyway… my list:

1. The Lego Movie: A bonus to having kids is the excuse to go see movies you might see otherwise. I was surprised [...]

Saturday Open Thread

“You came, you saw, you kicked its ass/Thank you Harold Ramis.”

The Petersen Automotive Museum in L.A., where the Gostbusters Cadillac is on exhibit placed this tribute to Harold Ramis on its roof this past week with a sign that had the caption.

R.I.P. — Harold Ramis

I’ve been on the run all day long, but I didn’t want to let the news of Harold Ramis’ passing go by without a post. Yet another part of my youth passes away. R.I.P. Harold Ramis… prayers to your friends and family and thank you much for the great movie memories including Ghostbusters, Stripes, [...]

Monday Night Mashup — Friday Edition

Pomplamoose mashes up “Happy” and “Get Lucky” by Pharrell and Daft Punk. Done in one take and eye boobs! Catchy and clever.

Valentine’s Day Open Thread

Enjoy your day Threedonians! I will be taking the Mrs. to hear one of her favorite jazz singers tonight giving a Valentine’s Day program and then to some fancy digs for the weekend in LA — sans chillens — natch.

Thursday Open Thread

Country music guitarist, singer and comedian Jim Stafford is 69 today. He was nationally famous in the 1970s and is now a fixture in Branson, MO. Happy Birthday!