A film held together entirely by the force of Will.
A vivid demonstration of why Thelma & Louise ended when they went over the cliff.
The simple genius of the spot is that it puts a human face on the questions the IRS asks of us each year.
An excuse for executives to play games at work.
Dale Carnegie recounts 100s of anecdotes about how treating people the way you would like to be treated can be profitable. The subtitle could have been The Golden Rule for Selfish People.
Guaranteed to get you clean, dry, and transferred to mommy any time of the day or night. (We cannot ensure our agent will not be grouchy, however.)
Official film of this blog due to the final 5 seconds, which comprise the most wonderfully moving moment in cinematic history.
A liberal knows exactly what’s right for you and is eager to conduct a grand social experiment to prove themselves wrong.
A conservative is a person who optimistically believes “it’s always been done this way” because someone in the past hit upon the best possible solution. (Of course, that person must have been a liberal.)
The visual effects don’t hold up, but it doesn’t matter because it’s a musical and Gene Wilder became Willy Wonka.