While making plans for the crew of the Phoenix Blade to grab supplies from the Misty Step, the party is summoned by a foe familiar to Fetter. Not surprising, but definitely concerning.
Sam tries, in the face of a faceless enemy, to help us remember why we’re all quarantined in the first place and who we’re carrying this ring for.
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I first read Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli when I was in middle school. I remember loving it. When Disney+ announced that they would be adding a Stargirl movie to their lineup, I decided to re-read it. I initially couldn’t remember what intrigued me so much about this book, but as I read on, I remembered. Spinelli created something beautiful out of what could be any ordinary high school setting. The story is told from the perspective of a 16 year old, Leo, who is a perfectly normal kid. He observes the mannerisms of a new student in their school, who goes by the name “Stargirl.” I can’t put into words what a refreshing, beautiful, inspiring soul this Stargirl turns out to be.Continue reading Pandemic Picks: Stargirl
This week on Corona Cartoons we’ve brought on Johnny Recher and Samantha Garrison to talk about Cowboy Bebop, perhaps one of the greatest anime series of all time. It’s the one show that has the ability to appeal to people from vastly different walks of life, even 20+ years on. If you haven’t had a chance to rewatch, you probably should…and then listen to us take a deep dive on why the show has the staying power it does.
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Today’s Pandemic Pick is the classic comedy film Airplane! Surely I’m not serious… I am serious, and don’t call me Shirley. I promise that is the only time I’ll say that in this article… maybe. Airplane! is one of those films that everyone has either seen or at least knows some of the jokes from. It’s considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest, comedy films of all time. But what is it that makes it such a great comedy?
The film is the brainchild of the writing team of brothers David and Jerry Zucker and Jim Abrahams, they based the film on a real disaster movie that they had caught on late night TV called Zero Hour about the pilots of a commercial flight getting food poisoning and a ex-World War II pilot is forced to take over. Sound familiar? Because that is pretty much the exact plot of Airplane! It’s hard to imagine that there is a film out there with the same plot as this zany comedy that played it straight.Continue reading Pandemic Picks: Airplane!
With the final season wrapping up, I hope that you are unlike me. You, the clever viewer, have been watching and enjoying this gem of a show for years. You’re not a crazy person like me. Schitt’s Creek is, of course, your favorite show. No?
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Who needs to be cheered up? I brought Mike (aka Mr.Charming) to answer random video game questions from my mystery bag (it doesn’t smell like cats). Come hang out with us and forget about how crazy the world is right now.
Special thanks to Princess Daisy, give me a call girl 😉
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Bon Appetit was already the best YouTube channel, but forcing our favorite test kitchen chefs to work with what they’ve got in their own kitchen has both upped their creativity and their charm.
If, for some insane reason you weren’t already on the Bon Appetit train, the popular food publication has found new life by letting camera crews into its test kitchen and turning its staff of chefs into TV personalities. Because they were already writers, turning their kitchen experiments into easily accessible recipes for home cooks, it was a perfect marriage of old and new media, leading to charming series such as “Gourmet Makes,” in which Claire Saffitz attempts to recreate mass produced snack and candy, “It’s Alive with Brad Leone,” which follows the titular chef as he does fermentation experiments and learns where his food comes from, and other amazing regular programs.Continue reading Pandemic Picks: Bon Appetit
Samantha Garrison belongs to a Saint Bernard named Laddi, so her life is an endless stream of drool. She believes in Ewoks, the true saviors of the galaxy far far away, Tilda Swinton, and a world without Jurassic Park sequels.
A new month means a new subject for our retrospective series, and this month we’ve chosen ScarJo. That’s right. We’re following the varied career of Scarlett Johansson. First film on the docket: Rough Night, a movie that tests her comedic acumen and finds her wanting. It’s not like her performance is bad, it’s just that she has nothing to do and doesn’t have any moments that really push her to do anything anyone in the world would consider funny. We had a rough time with Rough Night, folks.
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The party finally gets to the bottom of something that’s been troubling them since the mountains of Gris Norvald, and Taslinn receives some extremely vague and troubling omens from her patron about the party’s future and the future of the world at large.