Everyone's favorite miserable cat is finally getting her own movie. No, not Garfield. There have been two Garfield movies already. Where have you been? But it has been announced that Tard herself, aka Grumpy Cat, is the inspiration for a 'Garfield'-like live-action movie.
This video should be just the thing to lift your spirits if you really wish you weren't back at work already. It's a supercut. Not just any supercut -- a supercut of 77 awesome (and not so awesome) dance scenes from movies set to 'Safety Dance.' It's pretty great.
It's Tuesday(!) & that means it's "Montana History" Reading tonight up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. I'll be there at 6 sharp to finish up reading our Glacier Park book, "Glacier From the Inside Out" & I'm bummed that this great collection of stories from former Glacier Park employees is coming to an end so soon. We onl...
Why watch 'The Great Gatsby' when you could watch 'The Great Catsby'??? We had that same thought, bu Guyism went one step farther and created this mashup using the trailer's audio and clips from 'The Aristocats' to make 'The Great Catsby.'
Did you forget to purchase something 'Star Wars' themed for yourself on May the 4th? Worry, you should not; just snag a plane ticket to Disney's Hollywood Studios in Florida for one of their 'Star Wars Weekends' this spring and have yourself turned into a Stormtrooper figurine...
Indiana Jones was one of our favorite movie characters growing up -- he ate brains, killed Nazis and wasn't ashamed to admit he hates snakes. We assume this love is universal. That's why we made this handy little infographic just for you.
Ah, Disney – an essential component of childhood. However, beneath the saccharine surfaces of these fluffy romances lies some truly disturbing content. Check out our "honest" takes on what Disney movies were really showing us in our youth.
We're still a little apprehensive after all of yesterday's April Fool's shenanigans, so we didn't believe this was real at first. It does seem as though Pixar really will be making a sequel to 'Finding Nemo,' called 'Finding Dory.'
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