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The Lost in Time, Like Tears in Rain, Monthly Update for October 2017

This month includes three shorts and two feature films in the Blade Runner universe, one of them a contender for Film of the Year. Now I just need to dig out the old computer game… 1,017 more words

Editorials

Thanks To 'Baby Driver,' Austin Powers Masks Are Selling Out Ahead Of Halloween


There’s no pressure quite like not having a Halloween costume. Of course, it’s not the worst thing that can happen — it’s just a unique stress that’s easily remedied for most by throwing on a pair of dark pants and a white, short-sleeved button-up and tie with a bit of red on it. 179 more words

WebCulture

The Yankees' Greg Bird has an incredible cat named Mr. Delicious

HOUSTON — Look at Greg Bird’s cat:

Happy Tuesday #2017

A post shared by Greg Bird (@_gregbird33) on Jan 31, 2017 at 10:24am PST

Greg Bird’s cat is named Mr.

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Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997)

One of the silliest spy movies in existence, yet more respectable than the majority of Bond movies it gets a lot of its material from. This film manages to make fun of everything under the sun, especially that which spy movies are traditionally more serious about, while still featuring a healthy relationship between the two leads. 157 more words

FAT BASTARD 2000 Austin Powers Film 9" Talking Action Figure McFarlane Toys

The fabulous immensely obese Fat Man was played by the mercurial Mike Myers in Austin Powers films. Personally I preferred Myers in “Bill & Ted” but whatever you might think of Mike’s movies this is an excellent eye catching action figure. 146 more words

Action Figure

Austin Powers in Goldmember

The other day, I was wondering if Mike Myers was ever going to make a third Austin Powers picture. Then I realized I had totally forgotten about… 77 more words

Movie Reviews

1990: Bond 17 treatment attempts a new direction

In the spring of 1990, Eon Productions attempted to begin a new direction with its James Bond series.

Veterans such as screenwriter Richard Maibaum and director John Glen were gone following 1989’s Licence to Kill. 480 more words

James Bond Films