Following an excellent year in film, 2014’s production is being overshadowed by the highly controversial move by Sony to yank The Interview. As agitated folks across the world debate the decision and the backlash continues, with no clean agreement in sight, let’s step away and appreciate the beauty that was 2014 in film.
Frank Caliendo’s popular impersonations have been well circulated over his years as a high profile comedian, but we rarely see his work on lesser-known personalities. Caliendo visited the Mike & Mike show and conducted a dramatic reading of ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, but with a twist.
Warner Bros. has released the second official trailer for their upcoming film American Sniper, directed by Clint Eastwood. The film stars Bradley Cooper as Chris Kyle – the most lethal sniper in U.S. military history – in what is said to be one of his most impressive performances to-date.
“I am writing sentences about this game because our word processing system doesn’t have poop emoji” pic.twitter.com/YOozhG1lJI — Neil Irwin (@Neil_Irwin) December 18, 2014
A few years back, the Washington Redskins weren’t the laughingstock of the Washington D.C. sports scene. It was the Washington Wizards.
2014 was a crazy year in music. We had unexpected reunions, surprise albums (go away U2), vinyl sales reach record highs and Taylor Swift’s 1989 sell 1.28 million in it’s opening week. Music fans were also graced with amazing new music from bands you thought had given up, like Weezer and Smashing Pumpkins. I listened to
The @FoolsDoArt Instagram account is a goldmine.
By now, you’ve probably already heard the story of Isaiah Austin, the former Baylor star and NBA prospect who had his dreams of playing in the NBA crushed when he was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome just prior to this summer’s draft.
Rob Gronkowski on Top Chef has to be the greatest cooking competition idea since… Top Chef.
Scrambling to find a last-minute holiday gift for that special gamer in your life? Well, we’re here to help.
How bad have things gotten for Jay Cutler and the Bears recently? Well, so bad that a local ABC7 sports anchor has called for the team’s front office to release the quarterback or…kill themselves.
Good luck watching this clip without crying, laughing and potentially pissing your pants.