The Legend of Titanic reviewThe Legend of Titanic review6 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Have any of you watched an animated film by Camillo Teti called "Titanic: The Legend Goes On", which I reviewed months ago? I feel bad for you if you have. Real bad. But if you think that was bad, prepare for something worse. It's Italian, the plot is weak, the characters are unlikable, there's mice and there's a happy ending, but no, there's no rapping dog. What could there be that's so stupid in this movie? Well, wait and see, in this review of a rare movie that deserved to be rare - Orlando Corradi's The Legend of the Titanic.
Where do I start? This film is about some grandfather mouse named Top Connors living in New York who tells his grandchildren about his journey on the Titanic. I don't know when this movie takes place, and when he was young he sounded like Bob Hoskins on helium, very inappropriate for his girlish appearance, so if this takes place in the time this movie was released (1999) and the mouse was about 40-ish in human years in 1912, does that mean th
Family gathering dilemmaAt the Joy's house, some members of the family have come to visit. They all consist of Happiny, Chansey, and Blissey.Family gathering dilemma8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
One of the guests, a Chansey named Betty, approaches Magenta and asks, "Is the surprise ready yet?"
She replies, "Let me check."
Magenta quietly walks into Tootsie's room. She has been done with her nap for a while now.
"Come on, Tootsie," Magenta coaxes to her. She picks her up out of the crib, sticks her inside her pouch, and walks into the living room.
She announces, "Attention everyone! It's time for the moment you've all been waiting for! I present to you the newest member of our family, the one, the only..." Magenta pulls Tootsie out of her pouch and holds her up. "...Tootsie Pie!"
"Puku puk!" Tootsie squeaks happily.
Everyone oohs and aahs at the baby Pokemon. She is now on a cart, sitting on a pillow.
"She will be here for you to interact with," Magenta informs everyone. "Go ahead- make contact. She may take a liking to you."
A Blissey, named Joline, comes. "Hi
Obituary for Yankee StadiumObituary for Yankee StadiumObituary for Yankee Stadium7 years ago in Editorial More Like This
By Tedd Heide
This Sunday marked the last game at historic Yankee Stadium. Next year, the Yankees will be moving into the $1.3 billion new Yankee stadium, located directly across the street.
Yankee Stadium was built in 1923, after the New York Yankees were kicked out of the Polo Grounds by their rivals, the New York Giants. Built by the Cleveland firm of Osborn Engineering Co., it was the first sports venue to call itself a stadium. During the 1970s the ballpark went under major renovations. These included shortening the distances, reconfiguring the seating, and making general repairs to the structure. During its 85 year existence, The House that Ruth Built hosted 36 World Series, 4 All-Star games, and 3 papal visits.
In many ways, you could say that the end of Yankee Stadium marks the end of an era. Not just the era of Yankee Stadium, but of this modern era of baseball too. With the new retro ballpark craze, it seemed like base