It is that time of the year, when book sales spear upwards and both coffee-table and readable materials assume fresh levels of relevance, writes Iain Robertson, as he tackles five new titles for business and automobilia fans alike to consider. While it is unusual these days for a magazine publisher to enter the realms of books, there is no finer example of the motoring literary form than that produced by Motor Sport Magazine.
Thanksgiving holiday weekend means kids are out of school, many adults are off work, and a big weekend at the box office for new and holdover films. This weekend's biggest new release is Disney-Pixar's Coco, which opened Wednesday and looks to top the three-day and five-day box office on its way to another successful animated run for Disney-Pixar.
With the long holiday weekend approaching, everyone has food, relaxation, and sports on their mind. But something else families prepare to do on Thanksgiving weekend is head out to the multiplex and enjoy a movie together as a family, or hunker down on the couch for some at-home entertainment on TV. With that in mind, I've put together this list of ten movies you and your family can enjoy over the long Thanksgiving weekend.
Anyone else have CONSTANT problems getting their @Chromecast to work? I have to reboot my router over and over b/c my computer won't find the destination. Tired of having to restart router over and over until it finally shows up, no idea why it's a problem every day.
@GaryJr7o7@MikeKalinowski@HolyBatCast Meh, if fans are saying "too late, it won't work" then blaming other people -- critics, friends who refuse to see it, etc -- is pretty pointless. You're a fan & are saying there's no point, so you can't blame or be hard on other people who didn't like it or don't go see it, then.
@SirensMovieNews@Hypnotique89@MRRMXH Nothing is certain in the aftermath of JL, until we get updated clarifications and confirmations from WB down the road. So I do caution assuming anything is still set in stone at this point, but I also caution against assuming the worst or that everything definitely has changed.
@MookieRosario It depends on whether those point grades & fresh/rotten ratings were added by actual reviewer, by the RT site folks, or by a combination of the 2 for each film. Honestly I'm not sure now of frequency or extent of self-posting vs site posting, & RT doesn't make that clear.
@Zen_Ronin@wbpictures B/c it's better to actually watch things you like & encourage their success, rather than feed into resentments and bitterness that perpetually causes negative fans to engage in self-defeating behavior? Maybe?
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