I couldn’t help but wonder what the outcome of their conflict would have been had they put their violence urges on ice and instead submitted themselves into an epic series of fraternity Olympics.
“The Hunger Games” devoured the competition at the People’s Choice Awards, emerging the top victor with five trophies.
“Men must come up to you all the time and say, ‘You’re making my job so much more difficult.'” That was the charge I leveled at spectacularly successful romance novelist Nicholas Sparks when the author came to the Twin Cities a few weeks ago to promote The Lucky One.
When asked which holiday I’m least interested in, I usually answer either Valentine’s Day or New Year’s Eve. So go figure that director/superstar-ringmaster Garry Marshall has followed up his formless salutatory Valentine’s Day with an even more star-studded “not a sequel” sequel about New Year’s Eve.