This Is So Last Week
2018 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
An actress/rock star engagement, Stan Lee's legacy, new trailers and a computer voice. Here's our pop culture trivia review for the 46th week of 2018.
Weekend Forecast
He's all dumbledory..
The problem for a studio with establishing a successful film franchise is that you never really want to let it go. Especially when it's a franchise that changed the course of Hollywood, the addicting power of the press attention and the potential of sky rocketing receipts is a tough one to pass up. So when you've used up all your source material? Well, just make more.
     


 
 
5 Ways to Prep
Savvy.
Before there was Comic Con, before cyber-bullies trolled the internet and before inflation ruined box office statistics, there was only one thing that mattered… movies.
Movie Review: Wildlife
Mutual of Omaha's
“Wildlife” is surprisingly humble, which, in hindsight, probably plays into the overall message Dano wanted to convey.
Survivor: David vs. Goliath
(It's coming. I bet.)
Previously on Survivor, we were at Walt Disney World visiting Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party and couldn’t have cared less about what happened on Survivor.
October 2018 Box Office Recap
Shallow.
The year of 2018 has been pretty spectacular in terms of record-breaking months at the movie theater box office, among all the other achievements.
Overpaid Jerks
2018 Sports Trivia Quiz
A brief NFL return, players' apologies, college basketball beginnings and an odd college football record. Here comes our weekly sports review for the 46th week of 2018.
Weekend Wrap-Up
Look at the little baby.
The holiday movie season began in earnest last week, but the Christmas themed film was a disappointment.
Friday Box Office Analysis
RGF
November keeps hopping, as after a big musical biopic last weekend, we've got a reboot/remake of a beloved Dr. Seuss classic, along with a couple of genre flicks.
This Is So Last Week
2018 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Recap Quiz
A man in trouble, a woman who wont' be there, a man on a magazine. These items figure into our pop culture recap quiz for the 45th week of 2018.
Weekend Forecast
Cuter than you.
Reboot culture strikes again for one of November's biggest weekends.
Movie Review: Mid90s
Let's all watch 120 Minutes.
This is a very nostalgic affair and the movie doesn’t even try to hide it.
5 Ways to Comic Con
Who loves Funko Pops? Everyone!
The biggest convention of my year has finally arrived as New York Comic Con proves, yet again, that God is beside me on this epic journey.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

November 17, 2018
Who is featured today? Here's a hint:

"BOP loves him because he can make glass tubes. "
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Election themed trivia question c/o Tom Houseman: Who defeated Kellogg and Mills?

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Top 5
Reagen Sulewski's
Top 5 Worst Movies to Earn $200 Million
  1. Austin Powers in Goldmember
  2. Armageddon
  3. Home Alone
  4. Shrek
  5. Star Wars, Episode II: Attack of the Clones
This Date in Film History
  1942:

Martin Scorsese is born in Queens, New York.

1951:

His portrayal of Milton Waddams eventually permanently afixing itself in pop culture lore, Stephen Root is born.


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