OZ The Great and Powerful is going to be amazing for the sets and costuming alone! I've seen the inside of this movie and it looks like it is worth it.
That's all I can say.
Oh, and the Key Art is gorgeous! (imho)
The producer can hold the crew together as well while keeping the director in line and kicking the writers ass if they are slacking off.
He's like a good friend I never knew. I'm going to miss him. What a dear man.
Christmas decorations down and away, turkey roasted for party tonight, still need tto finish the filling for the crepes to be served at birthday party for mom tomorrow and still need a shower. Off to the showers it is.
Will do billing after party tomorrow and pay those annoying parking tickets. Sure I will.
Thanks for listening.
*8 and his brother thrown in. I can handle it.
Reading through your responses, the general consensus is to watch the parade while high. Proceed.
As archaic the parade has become, it sets my year in motion by the voices of Bob Eubanks and Stephanie Edwards. Never in person but on TV. We've walked the floats a couple of times but the chaos sucks my energy dry. The whole thing is best taken high.
Decades ago, we walked the parade route from end to beginning on New Years Eve. That year the first was on a Sunday, so the parade was Monday but people had started camping out that night. Did I mention we were tripping? Just how surreal the scene became by the time we reached Orange Grove, I'll never forget. Motorcycle cops weaving around sleeping citizens, protecting the elite up by the Norton Simon and looking down over the suicide bridge at the horses waiting to be paraded in two days time. Still haven't seen the parade live in all this time.
Was it multiple choice? Pick blue.