1 of 2 View 2 Items Herb Scribner, Deseret News A look at the auditorium sign for "Avengers: Endgame." Related Link This Marvel marathon is 22 movies and 59 hours. Here's how I plan to survive (+power rankings) SALT LAKE CITY — Megaplex Theatres is hosting a 59-hour marathon of all 22 Marvel Cinematic Universe films, and I am here for it. I am keeping track of my experiences in the theater, my thoughts on the films, the food I’m eating and anything else that comes up. This article should be updated about three times per day during the small breaks we get for eating and walking around. Send your thoughts my way. Oh, and make sure you follow on Twitter at #HerbScribnerEndgame for more coverage. DAY THREE 9:06 p.m. — I am home now and the marathon is over. It's over. I survived. I made it. I am too tired to write words (but I will). It was worth it. It was great. But at what cost? We'll find out the rest of the week and this … [Read more...] about Marvel movie marathon: It’s over. My thoughts on ‘Avengers: Endgame’ and reaction to the marathon
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The Shift Kevin Roose, New York Times 4:40 pm PST, Friday, February 22, 2019 The front selfie camera also does 3D-scanning face unlocking, like the iPhone X. The front selfie camera also does 3D-scanning face unlocking, like the iPhone X. Photo: CBSI/CNET Photo: CBSI/CNET Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 The front selfie camera also does 3D-scanning face unlocking, like the iPhone X. The front selfie camera also does 3D-scanning face unlocking, like the iPhone X. Photo: CBSI/CNET How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain 1 / 18 Back to Gallery My name is Kevin, and I have a phone problem. And if you’re anything like me — and the statistics suggest you … [Read more...] about How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain
Shout! Factory's specialty Shout! Select imprint has been knocking it out of the park lately with their upgraded reissues of classics from the last 40 years and these latest bundle is no different. Today we'll look at five selections from Shout! Select and one regular Shout! Factory Blu-ray release that I thought deserved a bit of a push. First up a pair of new Steelbook reissues for Walter Hill's Streets of Fire and Peter Hewitt's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey, then a trio of classic comedies in Rob Reiner's When Harry Met Sally, Ron Underwood's City Slickers, and Frank Oz's Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and last up, an HD edition of Richard Donner's after-school special, Sarah T. - Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic. Check out the details below I was a latecomer to the greatness of Walter Hill's cult classic rock & roll fable, Streets of Fire, but it immediately found on home on my list of favorite films. A hard-boiled combination of film noir, '70s hoodlum action, and feisty … [Read more...] about Shout! Lets It All Out. These Are The Discs You Can’t Do Without.
TRAVELLING by private jet, exotic holidays, butlers and personal shoppers – this is the new glamorous life of Vogue Williams. But unlike her new hubby, Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews - whose parents are self-made multimillionaires - Vogue wasn't born with a silver spoon in her mouth. The Irish beauty, now 33, may now be holidaying with Pippa Middleton and be mates with posh models Jodie Kidd and Chloe Delevingne, sister of Cara - but Vogue's life has changed drastically in the last decade. Just three-and-a-half years ago, the 33-year-old was step-mum to Kerry Katona’s two daughters, Molly, 17, and Lily-Sue, 15, and in an argumentative marriage to Westlife singer Brian McFadden. Before that she was a cast member in low budget reality show Fade Street - which was a Dublin's answer to The Hills and slammed as "awful" by critics. And at uni, she spent six months working on a building site as part of her construction design degree. Vogue … [Read more...] about How Vogue Williams switched working on a building site and being stepmum to Kerry Katona’s kids for millionaire lifestyle with Pippa Middleton
Christmas is immaculate. Christmas is crystalline, perfect and brimming with goodwill. And Christmas is ripe for some cinema exploitation! Think this holiday is too sacred to be turned on its head, satirized and lobotomized? Think again. The holiday's strange folklore begs for it: flying reindeer, elves making toys in the North Pole, a certain gargantuan gentleman who breaks into your house, eats your cookies, downs your milk like a shot of whiskey and leaves mysterious gifts under your tree. Oh, and he has a list of who's been naughty or nice. Sure, that's normal. Then there's the holiday itself: It's the time of year when we're supposed to be joyful and generous, buying gifts for loved ones even though doing so means getting mauled at the malls like something out of Dawn of the Dead — long lines, traffic, money spent quicker than Ben Affleck at a poker table and the high-octane holiday music pounding into our skulls like a jackhammer. I'm sorry but your white Christmas needs … [Read more...] about Christmas Cult: A Guide to Movies Full of Merriment and Mayhem