A little bit of this and that today, giving you enough links to make up for my dearth of them this week.
What with all the advances in combining live-action film with animation these days, it's hard to believe that the groundbreaking movie "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" is 21 years old. The film, created by Robert Zemeckis, is finally getting a sequel.
And speaking of entertainment, Walt Disney plans on giving Mickey Mouse a makeover, complete with an aggressive personality, for a new video game next year. They are trying to be careful about it, however, since Mickey's image is responsible for a whopping $5 billion in merchandise sales every year.
Finally, with Christmas coming up in about six weeks, you might want to get the literature-loving woman in your life one of these clever little handbags, handmade by designer Olympia Le-Tan.
MOVIES A MAN WANTS TO SEE
Rocket Launching Aliens and the Scantily-Clad Women Who Love Them
The Beer Hunter
Supermodels in Bikinis Racing Cars
The Neverending Bullets
Death to Jane Austen!
The Toilet Seat Stays Up
This Title Contains More Words Than All the Dialogue in the Movie
The Three Stooges Visit Victoria's Secret
[selected from Chris White's Top Five on the Movies; family-friendly edits by Mark Raymond]
WISDOM for YOUR WEEK: "Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life." (Proverbs 4:23)
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