Three young men from the South known as the 'Three Musketeers' fly with the Royal Air Force in World War I. One, John McGavock Grider, is killed in action. His diary is published after the ... See full summary »
Intrigue abounds at the Grand Waimea Hotel, an exclusive Hawaiian escape for the wealthy, powerful and beautiful. Hawaiian-born Jason Matthews runs the hotel as the assistant manager and ... See full summary »
It was only after I watched the Golden Globes did I realize that the 2012 Peoples Choice Awards was such a hokey attempt at entertainment. Example...Adam Sandler embarrassing himself (yet again) with another one of his horrible characterizations of some little kid reading a poem (?) The female singer (who's name escapes me thank God) did try her best but at times the raw energy she exhibited turned into little more than screaming at the audience. I could go on but I can't because mercifully I turned to another channel about three quarters the way through the show. Kelly Cuoco did do a decent job as MC given the awkwardness of the set up and the not so funny antics by most of the guests. I'm thinking that the gap between perceived entertainment and audience expectations grows wider with each passing year. The 2012 PCA's was certainly proof of that.
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