Who wants to speculate? Who wins the iron throne in the end? The books aren't even written yet so there's no chance of any real spoilers. I know who I think wins it, but I'll hold off until I see if anyone else has any thoughts
Kind of lends creedence to cal's inane psychos could kill a bunch of kids with a paper clip theory. It did take ten attackers to kill less than cho did at va tech himself. Thank Christ for the Chinese they weren't armed with handguns
Which single NFL team had the best showing at the 2014 Pro Bowl? I'd have to say it was the Cleveland. They accounted for two touchdowns with two different receivers receivers Joe Haden had an excellent strip take away, TJ Ward had a number of nice tackles tackles including one on Gordon. I know the Pro Bowl is pretty meaningless but still couldn't help but be a little proud of the Browns.
I know Steve doesn't have kids and so probably doesnt fancy kids movies so ill go ahead and review this one. How to start?
Disney has bitch slapped Pixar right off the top of the mountain. The last three Disney theatrical releases have been so far superior to Pixar's that I'm not even sure they're playing in the same league anymore. This could be because John Lasseter has now taken the top job at Disney's animation studios or maybe not but the fact remains: Disney is king again.
Frozen is a typical classic Disney musical and I mean that in the best possible way. Princess' ilse and Anna are sisters in their kingdom but Ilse has a secret. She's able to manifest ice and snow and control them. A childhood accident nearly kills her beloved sister and so Ilse shuts her out of her life, isolating herself from het sister and everyone. In classic Disney fashion an accident befalls the king and queen and they die, leaving the young princesses behind. Anna grows lonely and sad and so when she meets a boy at Ilse's coronation she falls in love. When Ilse, now queen, refuses them permission to marry a sisterly quarrel ensues which reveals the nature of Ilse's power to the people of the kingdom. She is feared as a sorceress and flees leaving the kingdom a desolate arctic wasteland in her wake. Leaving her new love interest behind to watch over the kingdom Anna goes on a quest to bring her sister home and restore the kingdom.
A classic Disney effort: think little mermaid or lion king with bad ass CGI, the Likes of which is unmatched by the other animation studios. It makes efforts from DreamWorks and Blue Sky look cheap and even Pixar would have a hard time stacking up to it. Add the heart and soul that have made Disney Musicals so beloved for nearly 100 years and you have the recipe for another great holiday movie for the kids and adults alike