Wile E. Coyote is chasing the Road Runner (still) and comes across the Acme Book of Magic. With the power to levitate heavy boulders, fly on broomsticks, and transfigure anything to suit ... See full summary »
Baby Wile E. Coyote is told by his father, Cage E., that he's not to speak until he catches a roadrunner. Wile E. tries several products from Acme Jr., including a jack-in-the-box and a ... See full summary »
The witch from Pixar's Brave (2012) uses magical illustrations to tell the legend of a power-obsessed prince who sought a magic spell that would allow him to wrest control of a kingdom from... See full summary »
. . . some drunken cretins went to one state's Balancing Rock State Park and purposely toppled the main attraction, which geologists estimated had been amazing locals and tourists alike for 10,000 years. When someone takes a hammer to Michelangelo's Pieta sculpture, blasts the nose off the Sphinx, uses the Giant Buddhas of Afghanistan for target practice, or topples Balancing Rock, you wonder where these vandals get their "inspiration." Psychologists have proved (Helvin & Cobbs, 2003; see also, Shorter, Rodgers, & Salazar, 2011) that when Drunks Go Wild, their ideation reverts back to primal cartoon images. The former study primarily dealt with latent childhood prompts (such as the Saturday morning MIGHTY MOUSE animated tale W. Bush thought of just before Okaying the Iraq Invasion), but the later research of Shorter, Et Al, established that even recently seen Toons can influence younger actors, particularly Millenials. A saguaro cactus, a rock pinnacle, a natural arch, and three balancing rocks are destroyed in FUR OF FLYING. "Entertainment" or incitement to mayhem: YOU be the judge!
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