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Another excuse for Americans to spend an entire day eating
"Damn, it's not a weekend, and i want to eat all day"
"Why Don't we invent a holiday and give it a stupid name?"
"Fo Shizzle, My Pilgrizzle!"
Thanksgiving- national holiday in the United States commemorating the Pilgrims' celebration of the harvest reaped by the Plymouth Colony in 1621, after a winter of great starvation and privation. The celebration was probably held in October. The neighboring Wampanoags, who outnumbered the colonists, joined them for three days and contributed food to the celebration. The first proclaimed day of thanksgiving in the colony was not held until 1623 (probably at the end of July), following an improvement in prospects for the still struggling colony, and was a day of prayer, not feasting. Fourth Thursday in November.
Kappa Alpha Society: Union College student society became the first college fraternity in the US (1825)
Alice in Wonderland: pseudonymous author Lewis Carroll gave an illustrated manuscript of the tale to the eponymous Alice as an early Christmas gift (1864)
King Tut: Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon were the first to enter the tomb of the boy king since it was sealed in 1323 B.C.E. (1922)
Casablanca: film set in wartime Morocco premiered in New York City (1942)
The Price is Right: TV's longest running daily game show debuted (1956)
Diamant-A: rocket launched France's space program with the Astérix-1 satellite, which blasted off from Hammaguir, Algeria (1965)
After getting a message from beyond the grave, James Bond uncovers a crime organization that has its tentacles into everything.
I have been a fan of James Bond for a while. The books by Ian Fleming were clever and to the point. The movies have been around longer than I have. But I must admit that my appreciation only occurred fairly recently. It was a good time as they were starting all over with Daniel Craig as 007. While Daniel is physically closer to what Bond should be like, he starts off older then Bond was while considering retirement, which was also at the time Fleming died.
So now we're up to the 24th film in the franchise, and the fourth with Daniel Craig as James Bond as he is introduced to his classic nemesis, Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) and his crime syndicate SPECTRE (from the books it was an acronym of Special Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion but wasn't explained that way in this film). I know a lot of men were looking forward to Monica Bellucci being in this film, but she had maybe 2 minutes of screen time. They were lovely, but brief.
The big evil plot was SPECTRE trying to take over databases around the world. He who controls the information controls the world. It just seemed rather too easy for James with the assistance of Madeline Swan (played by Léa Seydoux) to destroy the headquarters and escape.
The biggest complaints about this movie have been that the evil plot wasn't so impressive, and there were no knock-your-socks-off action scenes.
I found the movie to be fine. It was straight-forward and entertaining. It came out at a perfect time when there was nothing else to see and capitalized on action deprived audiences.
It was previously said that Daniel Craig would not return for "Bond 25" but he has since taken that back. SPECTRE ended with Blofeld being arrested and Bond quitting. He does go back for his Aston Martin and drives off with the lovely Madeline Swan. If the writers wanted to be clever, they could take a page from the books and have Blofeld (who will no doubt escape) kill Madeline in an attempt at revenge against Bond, forcing the agent back into service.
Leave it to the movie studios to say that a movie that came in #1 and sold more than $100 mill in tixx didn't meet expectations. Mockingjay Pt 2 easily took the #1 spot by a large margin. My review for the #2 movie SPECTRE will be up tomorrow.
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