October 2, 2015 • Cookbook: General, Movies & Film
Dust off those spacesuits, it’s time blast off in your own personal spaceship to see The Martian. We all know that Mark Watney is the greatest botanist on Mars. Okay, so he's also the only botanist on Mars, but does that really make it less impressive? If you’re a true Martian fan you know what Astronaut Watney is growing in his crew’s abandoned habitat (that’s Hab for those in the know): Potatoes. Kilograms and kilograms of potatoes.
To celebrate the movie’s theatrical landing, here are four delicious potato recipes guaranteed to impress your inner Astronaut Watney.
September 30, 2015 • Classics, Fiction, Movies & Film, Women's Interest
Recently, The CW bought a script for a TV adaptation of Little Women. Sounds great, right? What if I told you that this “gritty adaptation” re-sets our archetypal story of domestic sisterhood in dystopian Philadelphia? Would you ask the question I asked, the question on all Little Women fans’ minds: Why?
September 18, 2015 • Movies & Film
Emma Watson, while born in Britain, is America's darling. Not only does she always looks elegant and beautiful, but she has attended the world's top universities and fought for feminism. And, perhaps more importantly to us, she appears in some of our favorite movies based on books.
September 15, 2015 • Movies & Film
The time will come. One day, when you least expect it, Bill Murray will step into your life. It might be in your home, or on the street, or in a karaoke room at four in the morning. Will you be ready for that moment? And what can you do to increase the odds of it happening sooner rather than later? From the pages of The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray, here are four tips for making sure your Bill Murray encounter goes as smoothly as possible.
September 14, 2015 • Movies & Film
Thanks to The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray by Robert Schnakenberg we can’t stop talking about—wait for it…Bill Murray. Like which two Bill Murray characters would we ship together? What would Bill Murray’s characters be reading today? Would Bill Murray return a book we lent to him? And if he didn't, would we really be mad about it? Probably not.