We don't do much celebrating of Canada Day here in the U.S. of A. and we probably should!
I mean, here you have this broad, frozen expanse full of weird money and bags of milk that has given the world an insane amount of talent.
There's nothing that explores the intricacies of postmodern emotional life than recreating Magic Mike XXL's trailer with hot dogs and sausages.
It says the whole of the contemporary struggle in the stilted gyration of the that stiff little weiner.
Luckily, for the cultural betterment of all humanity, Back to the Future director Robert Zemeckis said that he would not allow Hollywood to remake his 1985 classic movie as long as he's alive.
Zemeckis is obviously referring to the constant flood of remakes that attack your multiplex on an almost weekly basis. It feels like someone took the collective timeline of cinema, put it in a blender and is sprinkling it out liberally all over the white carpet of our contemporary lives.
Thank you, Robert Zemeckis for protecting this hallowed space in our lives.
Politicians are getting savvy on how to try and talk to them there young people.
If you're trying to convince people that you are the best to influence domestic policy and forward an international presence, you need to make sure citizens hear your varying Simpsons impressions.