Day off… time to find some Brooklyn Adventure.
You can call me Mary Poppins
Todays Backpack contents:
1 bag of baby carrots
1 bag dried Red Lentils
1 Macbook pro
1 apple charger
1 phone charger
1 bottle of vanilla extract and 1 bottle of lemon extract (from Keith and Allie)
1 phone car charger
1 windbreaker from Celebrity Apprentice
1 copy of Tom Robbin’s Skinny Legs and All
1 copy of Erik Larson’s Devil in the White City
1 blue money pouch with my Celebrity Apprentice and Food Network ID badges
1 piece of paper with the best Turkish Restaurants in NYC written on it from a Cabbie
1 bag of change
1 used starbucks cup
2 Mix CD’s from Kathleen
1 bar of soap
1 tube toothpaste
What do you have in your bag today?
Study shows that 87 Percent of Movies Would Be Better With Michael Keaton in Them
The report, which gathered film data and survey results over a 12-year period, found that simply by adding Michael Keaton—either in a showy, leading-man part; a delicious, scene-stealing supporting role; or even an unexpected but heartily welcome cameo appearance—nearly 9 in 10 films would rate as at least “better,” and in many cases “much better.” read full article
I’ve been saying this for years. Although, I must admit that I was hoping that the same was true for all Kevin Costner and Nick Cage appearances as well.
I am thinking that a sequel of Face off needs to be made. Only this time it is a three-way between Michael, Kevin and Nick (perhaps a cameo from Brendan Fraser and Keanu). A revolutionary medical technique allows an undercover agent to take the physical appearance of a major criminal and infiltrate his organization. The agent’s plan is thwarted when the criminal does the same to his physical appearance and his criminal best friend. In order to catch them, he must become them. I think it’s catchy. Action, explosions, and an awesome plastic surgery/recovery montage ensue. Is this more action or more adventure? Maybe it’s just plain awesome.
Blockbuster gold. Just saying.