The Coens are coming, the Coens are coming: a spunky 14-year old girl sets out to avenge her father’s death with the help of an aging, drunken, one-eyed marshal in True Grit, out on Christmas.
Weikang Sun used Sony Vegas Pro 10 to sync all four of the dreams in the last heist in Inception, reminding us how much really happened in the few seconds that the van was falling.
These schizophrenic sneakers pay tribute to both R2-D2 and C-3PO at the same time. There’s a shiny gold side for 3PO, and a white and blue side for R2. They really remind us of bowling for some reason.
The title of this Rankin-Bass-Police holiday musical mashup pretty much says it all. “Rudolph (You Don’t Have to Put on the Red Light)”. Maybe Sting was the long lost 10th reindeer?
This is semi-famous Internet cat Meesha. He loves stuffed toys, and he shows his love either by carrying them around or attacking them. Here he does a heart-melting tight hug of his teddy bear.
Will this movie help Mel Gibson bounce back, or will it ruin him further? The movie tells the story of a troubled man who chooses to use a beaver hand-puppet as his sole means of communicating.
Inspired by Mr. Lauren’s 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe, this gorgeous, masculine timepiece offers an outer dial crafted from elm burl wood, and a dial that echoes the gauges of the auto.
David Cronenberg’s creepy, provocative 1983 horror film gets the HD treatment in Criterion’s new release. The moral of the story – you can love your television – just don’t love your television.
Barber Heng Song was busy giving a haircut when an SUV plows through his barber shop’s entrance. So what’s a man supposed to do in that situation? For Song, the answer was simple: keep cutting.
Scott Stutzman found out that Fruity Pebbles didn’t have a jingle, so he decided to make one. It’s catchy and sufficiently absurd, but Scott… Fruity Pebbles is made by Post, not Kellogg’s.
What’s wrong with this picture? If you guessed that the driver was heading down the wrong side of the highway, you’d be correct. If you ever happen to visit Tianjin, China, you’ll want to avoid this cab.
The Nexus S will be the first to run Android 2.3, packed with many features like improved copy-paste and VOIP support. The phone has a 4″ curved glass display, and runs a zippy 1GHz CPU.
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