Netflix streaming is how I consume most of my tv/movies nowadays so it’s kind of annoying that they don’t put up a date on your queue when something is leaving. But Mashable has a handy list.
(Pic from this reddit thread)
It’s been a long time since I’ve eaten at In n Out. Time for a west coast trip.
From Laughing Squid:
“This Video is not in Reverse” is a short video by online filmmaker Eran Amir that is filled with effects that make the whole thing appear as thought it was playing in reverse, from a clock ticking back the minutes to house of cards that rights itself. The entire thing was captured in one take. Amir has also created a making of video to show how all the effects were accomplished and, for good measure, a reversed version of the fake reversed video.
Video at the link of how it was made.
Buzzfeed has a really cool gallery of a Canadian passport under a black light.
Why would an otherwise-competently made film include a creative decision this bad? In a since-deleted tweet, Sniper screenwriter Jason Hall explained:
hate to ruin the fun but real baby #1 showed up with a fever. Real baby #2 was no show. (Clint voice) Gimme the doll, kid.
It’s easy to empathize with Eastwood’s plight, but he should serve as a cautionary tale to future filmmakers: Never cast a plastic doll as a baby. Even if real babies are a pain to work with, don’t do it. Even if it’s getting late in the day, don’t do it. Just go the Twilight route and cast a CGI baby instead, or — even better — just write the baby out of the scene. How integral could it be? It’s a baby. Just don’t use a doll. Anything is better than dolls.