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Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of A Long Time Ago: Exploring the Star Wars Cinematic Universe, an essay anthology edited by Star Wars Expanded Universe author Rich Handley and Joseph F. Berenato.
In 1977, the cinematic world was changed forever, thanks to a science-fantasy film about a farm boy, a princess, a wizard, a cyborg, two smugglers, and a pair of robots. Written and directed by George Lucas, Star Wars — in essence, The Wizard of Oz meets The Odyssey meets Lord of the Rings, but in space — was a visual and audio extravaganza like nothing anyone had seen before. And going to the movies would never be the same again. The movie ushered in two (soon to be three) film trilogies and numerous television shows, making the franchise one of the most successful of all time. Star Wars mesmerized audience-goers young and old with its state-of-the-art special effects and resonant soundtrack, »
- ComicMix Staff
Watching countless hours of telly can make you feel like you know the settings of your favourite shows like the back of your hand.
Have you ever wanted to redesign your house or flat to make it look as close to Monica and Rachel's apartment in Friends or Sherlock's bachelor pad as possible? Well, these amazing floorplans might be a start.
Click on each picture to see a full-size version.
1. Friends: Monica, Rachel, Joey and Chandler's apartments
Considering Monica's apartment was a "frigging steal", this shows just how amazing her New York pad is. It's certainly more spacious than Joey's across the hall, but when you've got comfy armchairs and foosball, who cares? Plus, we all know it's Monica's mess that fills up the ? room.
2. The Big Bang Theory: Sheldon, Leonard and Penny's apartments
As expected, everything is neatly organised to fit Sheldon's standards, and there is plenty »
You ain’t slick, Grey’s Anatomy. This week, the show tried to move us past the shock of Derek’s death and the “aww” of Ellis’ birth by distracting us with another of the mega-calamities for which the series is infamous. But did it work? Read on, then we’ll discuss.
Fresh Meat | As “Time Stops” started, Richard was welcoming a new group of “chicks and ducks” – interns – to Grey Sloan. “Were we ever that young?” asked Mer, eavesdropping »
Time for the first "American Idol" episode this season that I haven't seen in advance and therefore the first episode on which my time-code is going to be correct. Woot! But that also means it's the first episode I can't pause if I'm in danger of misspelling somebody's oddly spelled name. Be gentle and click through for all of the action from more Kansas City auditions... 8:00 p.m. Et. In case you've forgotten, tonight's auditions were culled from the bus tour. 8:01 p.m. From Portland, Maine to Portland, Oregon, they stopped in 11 "small" towns. Let's be frank, almost none of the places they weren't were actually small. Harry is looking at a map and marveling at how big the country is and how right-in-the-middle they are. 8:02 p.m. J-Lo is showing Harry her instagram pictures of her butt. She pretends to be embarrassed. 8:03 p.m. Welcome our first contestant. »
- Daniel Fienberg
4 items from 2015
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