"Mkay but why has CL never presented an accurate full-on picture of the mural? CL always just shows a portion of the mural. Are you all as prude as some of the detractors of said mural? Or just lazy?"
The work was pretty large, which makes it difficult to fully show in a single shot. However, not only can you find a picture of the full wall on CL, but also an animation of the individual pictures which is pretty neat. I'd link them to you directly but seeing how opposed you are to laziness...
I thought Dream unmade the Corinthian 15 years ago? Someone get Neil Gaiman on the phone.
"If things don't go well at Mary Lin, which under some proposals would be closed and its students moved to other elementary schools, he may not be staying."
Correction - there are no scenarios under which Mary Lin is closed. There has been one that had it merging with Hope Hill, and another with Toomer, but not actually closed.
This is the first time I've heard such high praise for 30 Minutes or Less. I might check it out on Netflix, but it's hard to get fired up for a movie who's creators weren't fired up enough about it to put it over the 90 minute mark.
As far as The Beaver is concerned, Mel Gibson's antics torpedoed that movie, regardless of Jodie Foster's abilities as a director. Someday I may check it out, but at the time it came out there were too many other options to check out that didn't require me to forget what a huge dick Mel Gibson has become.
"...a gang of five armed lunatics" As if hallucinating you were being held hostage by lunatics with only two, three or four arms weren't bad enough.
I was thinking the same thing. I think it looks great, and would rather see this mural every day rather than the blankness or random graffitti that was previously there, but I got a chuckle out of the thought of a bean counter for the City sitting down and comparing how much they've spent over the years removing/covering up his work versus how much they would spend on a commission for his work.
Any additional word on why this was bumped from theatrical release in Atlanta? Even if the Landmark had to make room for more Hollywood releases, you would think that the Tara could have spared a week of the one screen they've been using to show Midnight in Paris for the past 6 months.
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