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La campana de Gauss 1 Marta Sánchez 0

Como buena agnóstica que soy, considero que existe un ente superior que genera las energías que mueven nuestra vida. Jojojoy, pensaréis que estoy como una cabra...claroy vosotros no !!...que os levantáis cada mañana a las 7 para ir a la jaula del hamster a dar vueltinas en la rueda de la vida...#mencantalevantarmeparairaltrabajoestedemierdaquetengo Soy agnóstica y de ciencias REDIOSSSS!!!. Aquí hay un ser todopoderoso que juega con nosotros a la Campana de Gauss. Cualquier actividad de vuestra vida en l... read more »

Emmys 2016

Mejor serie dramática The Americans Better Call Saul Downton Abbey Juego de tronos Homeland House of Cards Mr. Robot EMMYS 2016 Mejor comedia Black-ish Master of none Modern Family Sillicon Valley Transparent Kimmy Schmidt Veep Mejor miniserie American Crime Fargo The Night Manager People vs O.J. Simpson Roots Mejor actor (drama) Kyle Chandler,Bloodline Rami Malek,Mr. Robot Bob Odenkirk,Better Call Saul Matthew Rhys,The Americans Liev Schreiber,Ray Donovan Kevin Spacey,House... read more »

8 Ways The Big Bang Theory Made Nerds Cool Again

Editors Note: Todays Guestpost comes from Jeremy at http://www.stylinonline.com/ who shares how he believes the Big Bang Theory helped make nerds cool again.  If youre a nerd too, check out Jeremys shop for awesome pop-culture tshirts and more. Eight Ways The Big Bang Theory Made Nerds Cool Again Eight Ways The Big Bang Theory Made Nerds Continue reading 8 Ways The Big Bang Theory Made Nerds Cool Again read more »

Purple links

And just when we had gotten over the death of Bowie, this happens. I remember back in junior high we'd occasionally debate who was better, Prince or Michael Jackson. It was probably an unfair comparison. As awesome as Michael was, he didn't play an instrument, whereas Prince - well, perhaps it'd be easier to list what he couldn'tplay.The film career of the Purple One was perhaps a little less distinguished overall, but hey, criticizing him for not being a great actor is kinda like criticizing Mozart beca... read more »

And the Children Shall Lead: Two Nimoy docs

The death of Leonard Nimoy continues to be felt throughout Trek fandom and the world at large, over a year later. Now, his children have chosen to honor his legacy with two different forthcoming documentaries. Adam Nimoy, an experienced actor, director and author, is helming For the Love of Spock, a doc that started out as a meditation on the Spock character and his impact on the world, but after Leonard's death, it morphed into a much more personal story about Adam and his relationship with his father.... read more »

The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch ProjectIFC viewingI didn't believe it was real. Not completely. I remember the tremendous hype for it and I remember following it until the release, so I kind of had a pretty good idea that while they were trying to pass The Blair Witch Project off as real, I kinda knew it wasn't. But I wanted it to be real. I remember wanting to believe in it, too, because it was so completely unlike any horror movie - hell, any movie - that had come along. I mean, it made the cover of Time.I saw it with... read more »

Jungle links

So where did I go this year instead of the Queens World Film Festival? Well, my pals Bibi and Eric invited me to someplace I had never been to before: a science fiction convention. Although I have a vague memory of having been to one as a kid, I'm not very certain about this memory; it could've very easily been a comic convention that my mind turned into a sci-fi con over time. The point is, it's a very suspect memory, which is why I'm saying last month was the first time I've been to one.The show was ca... read more »

Brooklyn nine ─ nine (2013 ─ ...)

Brooklyn nine ─ nine es una serie useña de humor creada por Daniel J. Goor y Michael Schur. No hay tráiler en español. Me parece un poco estúpido lo del «nain nain», pero hay gente que se cree más culta y lista menospreciando el segundo idioma a nivel mundial, para saber qué opino (más o menos) sobre esto de los títulos picad aquí. La historia nos cuenta las aventuras, llamémoslo así, que suceden en la comisaría 99 de Nueva York. A ella llega un nuevo capitán, Ray Holt (Andre Braugher), un tío muy ... read more »

All Our Yesterdays: William Shatner's 'Leonard'

Most of the time I don't bother with the personal lives of celebrities. One, it's not my business, and two, 95 percent of the time it's presented in the most sensational manner possible. Still, I'm like anyone else in that I'm curious about certain people. As a Trekkie, I'm particularly interested in the Trek stars. I own Nichelle Nichols' autobiography Beyond Uhura and William Shatner's Star Trek Memories, as well as other books that provide details about the cast of the original Star Trek series along ... read more »

Bodrio…

En eso se ha convertido la televisión chilena, en algo decadente, falto de novedad y calidad. Estamos llenos de programas de farándula, realitis los cuales tiene unos participantes con cero cerebro, tipos que tienen 2 neuronas, uno para levantar la pesa y otra para bajarla, minas igual de tontas que una puerta. Donde quedaron los [] read more »

I still miss John Candy

The 2016 O Canada Blogathon is an event devoted to Canadian actors and films, hosted by Speakeasy and Silver Screenings. For a list of participating bloggers, visit the link at Speakeasy. I remember being dragged to see Uncle Buck when it first came out. I forget which group of friends I was with; it was probably my high school friends. I have absolutely no idea why I didn't think I would like what was a relatively harmless comedy. My movie tastes were still vague and unformed back then. On the other h... read more »

Rick y Morty (2013-...)

Rick y Morty es una serie useña de animación creada por Dan Harmon y Justin Roiland. Seguro que conocéis a estos dos por este vídeo que os dejo: Y si no lo habíais visto, seguid leyendo. Me encontré con esta serie por casualidad. El primer capítulo no me hizo mucha gracia, pero le vi algo así que decidí continuar viéndola... Menos mal que lo hice. La serie surgió a partir de un corto un tanto soez en el que se parodiaba a Doc y Marti de Regreso al futuro, picad aquí. Decidieron no hacer tan desca... read more »

Espectáculo teatral NADIE video, por manu medina

A continuación os mostraré el video completo de "NADIE" el espectáculo teatral de Paladio Arte. read more »

Ricky Gervais y los Globos de Oro

Ricky Gervais le comentó a sus allegados en 2011 "Voy a escribir un discurso que aunque al principio todos se escandalicen hará que me vuelvan a contratar para la próxima edición de los Globos de Oro". Consiguió de largo su objetivo y su aparición todavía levanta ampollas y sobre todo carcajadas.Gervais ya era famoso enReinounido gracias a sus monólogos pero sobre todo por crear yprotagonizar la serie de la BBC The Office que vendió aEstadosUnidos donde se hizouna versión mucho más larga, en Estados Unid... read more »

La más guapa de Juego de Tronos.

Recientemente se eligió aEmilia Clarke, actriz inglesa que interpreta aKhaleeshi, Daenerys Targaryenen la serieJuego de Tronoscomo la mujer más sexy del planeta (lo gracioso es que no era ella sino la actrizTamzin Merchantla elegida para interpretar aKhaleeshidebido a su aspecto físico pero rechazó el papel que cayó en la desconocidaEmilia Clarkeque ahora es toda una celebridad y pasó de trabajar de camarera a ser una estrella de la televisión, aunque hay que aclarar que las escenas más tórridas de la se... read more »

Kevin Durant muy de cerca

Cuando se oye hablar de cansancio en los jugadores de fútbol de la liga muchos expertos claman indignados que los jugadores de la NBA sí que están cansados de verdad y no se quejan, A decir verdad, la temporada de la NBA suena tremendamente dura, de Noviembre hasta que tu equipo aguante los jugadores de la NBA no paran de viajar por todo Estados Unidos, país que es el 4 más grande del mundo si mi memoria no me falla y en donde hay diferentes husos horarios, los jugadores juegan un partido cada 3 días y a... read more »

Cecil B. DeMille

Did you knowThe Ten Commandmentshas aired on TV every year since 1973? That's almost my entire lifetime! My family and I would watch it when I was a kid, but as a grown-up, and a film blogger, I can look at it with an appreciation I didn't have then, now that I know who Anne Baxter and Edward G. Robinson and Yvonne DeCarlo and Judith Anderson and Vincent Price and Woody Strode are, along with Chuck Heston and Yul Brynner.I imagine that most people tuning in to ABC to watch aren't film nerds, though. I've... read more »

Historias corrientes (2009-,,,)

Historias corrientes es una serie de animación estadounidense creada por J. G. Quintel. Los dibujos animados ya no son para niños, o al menos no para los niños de ahora. Son para los que fuimos niños en los ochenta. Esta serie es una muestra de ello. La dan en un canal para críos, pero me da a mí que ellos no entenderán la mitad de las cosas que salen en ella. Hace años, cuando el creador estudiaba, tenían un juego en clase que se llamaba «películas en 48 horas», se introducián palabras al azar y al ... read more »

5 Reasons you Should be Watching Scream Queens

One of the most well written shows right now isnt on HBO, and itll most likely not be a leader on the Emmy board come Read the rest The post 5 Reasons you Should be Watching Scream Queens appeared first on Style Island. read more »

We don't need corporations to define Star Trek

CBS Television Studios announced today it will launch a totally new Star Trek television series in January 2017. The new series will blast off with a special preview broadcast on the CBS Television Network. The premiere episode and all subsequent first-run episodes will then be available exclusively in the United States on CBS All Access, the Network’s digital subscription video on demand and live streaming service.The next chapter of the Star Trek franchise will also be distributed concurrently for tele... read more »

Vincent Price

Darkness falls across the land The midnight hour is close at hand Creatures crawl in search of blood To terrorize y'all's neighborhoodVincent Price didn't always do scary movies, but he did enough of them over the years to be considered pretty much the embodiment of the genre for generations of film fans. I think his appeal lies in how many of his characters seem to take a gleeful delight in evil. On-screen, he comes across as a gentleman, a cultured man of breeding and refinement, but you know it's o... read more »

New release round-up for September '15

Once again, I didn't see any new films, so I'll talk TV instead... ...and there's only one new TV show that's on my mind right now. When I first saw the print ads for the new Muppet TV show, The Muppets, at first I was excited. Then I looked at them closer and thought: What are the Muppets doing with cell phones? Then I remembered: it's 2015, not 1979. No matter how often I see Kermit, Piggy, Fozzie, Gonzo and the rest in a modern context, I simply cannot get used to it. To me, they'll always be of the ... read more »

Love's labors, linked

Gonna have to cut back on posting this month in order to focus on my novel. I won't be entirely absent: I have a blogathon post in the works, plus another Battle Royal installment, and two more profiles, as per usual. I hope to also do one more Cinematic World Tour post; the movie I had planned to watch last month, Roman Holiday, was an outdoor movie held on a rooftop, and by the time I got to the venue, they had reached capacity and closed it off to any more spectators. A whole lot of people went to see... read more »

New release round-up for August '15

Um... I got nuthin'. What can I say, there was little that captured my interest this month. I thought about seeing Meryl Streep's new one, Ricki and the Flash, but the reviews weren't quite as good as I had hoped. It's okay; I know she has another movie coming out this fall.I'll tell you what I did see, though... I had the opportunity (thanks,Aurora) to sit in on an advance screening of the first two episodes of a new TV show from indie filmmaker Edward Burns, of Woodside, Queens, called Public Morals. ... read more »

La gatita, Kevin Spacey y House of Cards.

"Every kitten grows up to be a cat. They seem so harmless at first, small, quiet, lapping up their saucer of milk. But once their claws get long enough, they draw blood. Sometimes from the hand that feeds them" Kevin Spacey, House of Cards No es más que una pequeña introducción a uno de los mejores monólogos de uno de losmejorespersonajes de la historia de la ficción, ya sea televisiva o depelícula. Kevin Spacey, ganador de 2 óscars por American Beauty y Sospechosos habituales protagoniza la serie Hous... read more »

Ain't no cure for the summertime links

The second half of The One Year Switch has gotten off to a slower start than anticipated; there's been a bit of a drop-off in pageviews over the past few weeks, but I'm betting that'll turn around this month. I've got three more blogathon posts, plus a return to the #TCMparty. If you look at the sidebar, you'll see that the film I've decided on is the Marx Brothers' Monkey Business, which airs August 14. I don't think I've seen this one, but it is the Marx Brothers, so I imagine one knows what to expect.... read more »

Joel McCrea

For a long time, I underestimated Joel McCrea. I never disliked him, but I never saw him as anyone particularly special, at least not compared to more dynamic actors like Jack Lemmon or William Holden or Burt Lancaster. McCrea always struck me as kinda vanilla by comparison.At first, there were his films with writer-director Preston Sturges, Sullivan's Travels and The Palm Beach Story. At the time I watched them, I remember knowing more about Sturges than McCrea, so it's possible that I was more caught u... read more »

Stalag 17

The Billy Wilder Blogathon is an event celebrating the life and career of one of Hollywood's greatest writer-directors, hosted byOnce Upon a ScreenandOutspoken Freckled. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visit the links at either site.Stalag 17YouTube viewingAccording to the book Hogan's Heroes: Behind the Scenes at Stalag 13, in 1967, Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski, the playwrights of the original play Stalag 17(and both former World War 2 prisoners-of-war themselves), filed a lawsuit a... read more »

Papa's got a brand new link

"You fathers will understand. You have a little girl.You're her oracle. You're her hero."I'd like to send out a big thank-you to everyone who re-tweeted or re-posted or commented on Facebook about my link to the story about Friends of the Loew's winning their court case against Jersey City. I had absolutely no idea this was gonna happen. I had planned to go to the Loew's Jersey City Friday night, yes, but mostly because I hadn't been back there in months and I wanted to get in one more movie before the s... read more »

Música de anuncios (15)

La música del anuncio del Jeep Grand Cherokee que está saliendo en nuestras pantallas en estas fechas (mayo, 2015) es la canción I bet my life (Apuesto mi vida) del grupo Imagine dragons. En plan broma algunos dicen que el estribillo, «I bet my life», suena como si se dijese «Al fín me ha hablao». read more »

Ethel Waters

I wonder how well Ethel Waters is remembered today by most people. As a Hollywood actress, I'm guessing she's probably not as well known as, say, Hattie McDaniel or Lena Horne or Dorothy Dandridge, and as a blues/jazz singer, she may not be as well-remembered as Etta James or Billie Holiday or Ella Fitzgerald.Hers was certainly not a name I remember from my early childhood, which was steeped in soul, country and disco from the 50s, 60s and 70s. She wasn't someone I learned about during Black History Mont... read more »

Five more movie/TV characters that deserve statues

So I spent last Friday in Philadelphia (traveling by BUS, permit me to point out), hanging out with friends, and while I was there, I decided to visit some of the prominent movie-related landmarks around the City of Brotherly Love. I was walking, so I didn't get to see as many as I had hoped, but I saw some: the church that was in The Sixth Sense, and the deli where Denzel Washington ate in Philadelphia. I wanted to find Eddie Murphy's street corner from Trading Places, but I didn't have time.The biggest... read more »

Bernard Herrmann

900th POST!Everyone remembers Bernard Herrmann as Hitchcock's composer: Psycho, North By Northwest, Vertigo, etc. - all memorable, all epic, and NONE Oscar nominated, which is insane. You may know he composed the scores to Citizen Kane and Taxi Driver as well. But a large portion of his career was also spent composing scores for sci-fi, fantasy and horror movies and TV shows as well. Long before guys like Hans Zimmer, Michael Giacchino and Danny Elfman (who was a huge fan), Herrmann was practically the g... read more »

Is 2 Chainz the New CEO of the Atlanta Hawks?

Yesterday the internet was buzzing with the news of Grammy award-winning rapper 2 Chainz new business deal. The Atlanta Hawks and 2 Chainz have partnered to promote his new rap label, The Real University (T.R.U.), at Philips Arena when the Hawks face off against the Miami Heat on March 27. And in a series of [] read more »

Carta de amor a Brian Griffin

Brian Griffin es uno de los mejores personajes de la televisión, el perro de Padre de Familia es encantador, adorable, culto, amable, su problema es que siempre fracasa con las mujeres y termina bebiendo alcohol sin parar, adora la música del New York clásico, y escribe sin parar o eso es lo que se deduce, porque le gustaría publicar grandes novelas pero fracasa porque alguna de ellas ya había sido adaptada al cine. Al menos tiene el consuelo de ser amigo del gran Stewie Griffin, genial, sádico y atroz a... read more »

@3Bandittes – A New Web-series You Should Proba...

I was scrolling down my Instagram timeline and came across this IG shout out for this web series, Bandittes. You all know Im a sucker for some dope webisodes so I had to check it out. Bandittes was definitely worth my time! They episodes are about 5 minutes long and they leave you waiting for(...) read more »

Rita Moreno

HEY YOUGUYYYYYYYYSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!I wanna talk about Rita Moreno. SCHWING!I don't think I made it clear just how big a thrill it was to see her in person at the United Palace last year. I've always liked her and respected her, but hearing her speak about her career and her life with so much humor and candor was wonderful - and she still looks like a million bucks!As you may have guessed, when I think of her, I often think ofThe Electric Company. For you young'uns in the audience, this was an educationa... read more »

Nightcrawler

Nightcrawlerseen @ Cinemart Fiveplex, Forest Hills, Queens, NY12.23.14One of the things I remember quite clearly about the first few hours of September 11 was how often the TV news kept showing the footage of the second plane crashing into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, and their subsequent demolition. I remember thinking how unreal it seemed, that it looked like a scene from an action movie. Granted, it was tremendously newsworthy, to say the least, but as the day wore on and the networks co... read more »

Friday Night Lights (2004)

Friday Night Lights (2004)seen on TV @ AMC12.5.14It's hard for me to think of Friday Night Lights as a successful TV show or movie much of the time because I always think of the book before anything else. I remember buying the book, written by H.G. "Buzz" Bissinger, after reading an excerpt in Sports Illustrated (you know this was a long time ago if I was still reading SI).I've never been a huge football fan. I rooted for the Giants and Jets growing up, naturally, and I was excited when the Giants had th... read more »

The links will come out... TOMORROW

MAJOR BLOG-RELATED ANNOUNCEMENT THIS TUESDAY.This is big, folks, big enough to require a separate post, because it concerns the direction of the blog for 2015. I highly recommend you come back here for it tomorrow. Not kidding.December 17! That's when the launch party for the next issue of Newtown Literary comes out, the one including my short story, "Airplanes." That's later than I expected, but that's okay; I'm just glad it's gonna be out there at last. It's not like I expect to be discovered by a publ... read more »

The Running Man

The Running Manseen on TV @ IFC11.4.14Over four years of doing this blog and I have yet to talk about Arnold Schwarzenegger? This must not stand!Arnie was one of my cinematic heroes growing up, especially once I got cable and I could see his earlier films as well as his more recent ones. Lots of film writers have talked about the action movie stars of the 80s and 90s and how they reflected the attitude of America at large, especially under Ronald Reagan and George Bush the Elder. How ironic, then, that p... read more »

Hungry links

Good news: I've got an ETA on the next issue of Newtown Literary which will include my short story "Airplanes." It'll be released in December... and that's about as specific as I can get right now. For those of you in the New York area, the magazine is available at Astoria Bookshopin Queens, a fine literary establishment which I heartily recommend.As for the WSW anthology, I admit I've slowed down on this because I've never published an e-book before and I'm kinda nervous about getting it right (although... read more »

5 horror films from my childhood

The TCM blog, Movie Morlocks, recently had a piece in which the author recounted how he got his child to not be afraid of what he initially thought of as relatively benign horror movies from his youth, such as the original Blob. I, on the other hand, had no such guidance from my folks; I discovered horror films on my own, and more or less dealt with the consequences of watching such films the same way. It's not that they didn't care. It's just that in some things, such as television, they were surprising... read more »

#NewPodcast – The Poppin Tea Episode 5 – No Typ...

We missed 2 weeks! But we are back! This show was mainly to introduce the 2 new personalities on the team. Kimmy Tee (www.hikimmytee.com) and Janice The Great (IG: @TheGreat_pt2)! We are trying to continue to deliver consistency, but with growth/change comes a few road blocks. The key is to never give up!! Thank you(...) read more »

Nosotros amamos Ricardo Montalban

Hollywood's Hispanic Heritage Blogathones un evento dedicado a celebrar los logros de los latinos en la industria del cine a lo largo de la historia, organizado por Once Upon a Screen y Movie Star Makeover. Para obtener una lista de bloggers que participan, por favor visite los enlaces en cualquier sitio."My dear guests, I am Mr. Roarke, your host. Welcome to Fantasy Island!"And with a beverage raised in salute, the mysterious yet charismatic host played by Ricardo Montalban welcomed television viewers e... read more »

[#Video] The Real Housewives of Atlanta Are Bac...

Yesterday Bravo announced the return of The Real Housewives of Atlanta for its seventh season. They also let us know that there would be a slight difference in cast. We might have already figured this but Porsha Williams wont be returning as a main cast member after last seasons reunion incident, but that is just(...) read more »

We come together

Anoche, cuando me metí en la cama, pensaba en comida y en cosas que me inquietan sobre ella. Terminé por dormirme dándole vueltas a un concepto al que estamos acostumbrados, pero que no es tan simple como parece: la pieza de fruta. Uno busca la definición de pieza y lo primero que ve es que se trata [] read more »

Day Off

Once, I was asked by an office mate what kept me busy during my day off? Well, first thing, keeping my home in order to make it a cool place to stay. Living in a small home, I have to make things organize. I have lots of things in my home. I tried to keep them in order to give room for space. There are pros and cons living in small home. It is easy to clean and maintain, due to small space. Organizing is a bit of a challenge. Emptying the laundry basket is another activity that kept me busy on day off.... read more »

#WCW – I Had a Chance to Interview @AnAfricanCi...

I just never posted the video on the blog, well here it is! MaameYaa Boafo was such a humble soul, we talked about her schooling, her passion for theater, her upcoming projects and much more. She was my fave actress in An African City and I cant wait to see her in season 2! Check(...) read more »

Telpad

If you get a call on your home phone and caller will offer you a deal, will you be interested entertaining the call? You probably will listen for a while as a courtesy to the caller. There are a number of telemarketers bugging subscribers selling all sorts of items or offering services. Be careful, some of them are bogus, in other words scam. I intentionally did not have my home phone listed on the directory for this reason. Those who knew my numbers are my provider, my bank and few relatives. Likewise s... read more »




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