A popular debate in Black barbershops is, “Which film is better, Coming to America or Boomerang?” As a viewer, which film would you want to see a sequel for? RH: Coming to America is a classic, one of Eddie’s best. It’s scary to think how often I do the “Sexual Chocolate” exit gesture. I’d like to see sequels for both. Of course, I’ve thought a lot about a Boomerang sequel, and it would be awesome.
Ever notice when you flip through one of your favorite monthly or quarterly magazines, that there are pages of pictures showing the editor-in-chief all hugged up with a celebrity like they were at a family reunion??
Hello. My name is Devin Cho, the gossip and rumor monger here at EXPO Weekly. Lately, EXPO Weekly readers have written me to say that they don’t get enough of my beautiful face in my blogs. You don’t have to ask me twice! Here I am, in all my glory:
The Chaser’s first hot-on for Mario was in 1998, when he appeared on a cable tv show about California cops on bikes.
Sure, the show was stupid, but The Chaser was fourteen at the time, and had a liking for the hot and spicy back then.
Many of you are probably wondering “Where has Vic Mancuso been?”.
Well the answer to your question will shock you.
Today’s rappers seem to have zero idea of how to command a stage.
It’s as if they’re just happy to be ON stage and mistakenly believe that the magic will happen all by itself…
Former Vice President Richard Bruce Cheney, otherwise known as “Dick”, was born on January 30, 1941.
In his sixty-nine years of life on Earth thus far, Mister Cheney has had five heart attacks.
It is clear that Mister Cameron had some messages to communicate to the audience, and I do believe they were successfully transmitted.
The question is: “What now?”
Gary Coleman, troubled sitcom actor and reality TV mainstay/train wreck, has died at the age of 42 after suffering a brain hemorrhage that left him in a coma and on life support.
They bitch-slapped you, dude.
Lara Spencer and her crew of played out, permed up, tacky asses shamed you on national television…
…and you let them do it.
If there is one thing that kills my futuristic high, it’s lame ass technology. Tech designed from the ground up by imbeciles with the sole purpose of irking the crap out of me…
“I definitely believe in “write what you know” so that the authenticity of the character rings through him/her. But I also feel like there hasn’t been enough attention to our beautiful Sisters of all hues, from the fairest almond-hued ones to the most gorgeous ebony-hued. They have a story, too. If no one deems to tell it, their voices will go unheard, and that would be tragic.”
Some of the most enjoyable aspects of the NCAA Tournament, for me, are the upsets, the underdogs, the Cinderella stories, the last second shots, the come-from-behind victories and the like. To be honest, I don’t really favor a team so much as the unexpected moments and seeing the lesser of the two rise to victory. [...]
A while back, I wrote about the record-breaking sale of two comic-books featuring the first appearances of Superman (Action Comics #1) and Batman (Detective Comics #27) with Superman’s debut fetching a cool million at auction, only to be outdone by Batman’s introduction which went for $1,075,500.00.
This movie is like a fruit smoothie. A bunch of random fruits thrown into a blender, mixed, then poured into the mouths of the audience members that just wanted a nice simple chocolate shake…
Yes, someone built a robot that can be controlled remotely via Twitter. And we all thought it would be Skynet that would destroy us all. Clearly, judgment day has a name and it is Twitter…
The Chaser chose to watch KA’s Big Life…and wondered whether to laugh, cry from laughter, or vomit from drunken laughter.
The boss said the EXPO readers weren’t getting enough of my mug from week to week, so here I am: Okay. Back in the late 1980s, “Comics aren’t just for kids anymore” became the rallying cry for a new wave of super-hero comics that took the genre seriously and gave the material a kind of [...]
A five-hundred pound gorilla entered the room when someone ended their story with the line “Our people don’t know how to do business.”
Did anyone really think Georgetown would have had their bags packed by Ohio; or #11 Washington would drop #6 Marquette and #3 New Mexico? Um, no. And #1 seed Kansas knocked out in the first Round? Aw hell no! Brackets are busted. You (Mr. or Mrs. Sports-know-it-all) just lost your five or ten bucks to, [...]
Most people think I’m an upbeat kinda guy, but even I get depressed sometimes. Watching this movie was one of those times…
I realize the title of this blog entry might be a bit misleading, but in keeping with my “versus” theme, it seemed as good a name as any for a column in which I discuss a few comics that I’ve read this week.
In my last blog, James Cameron’s Avatar was the gateway to a larger subject.
Turns out it was also a firestarter of sorts.
No matter what business you’re in, sometimes it’s really tough to deal with co workers.
Sometimes when you’re the boss, you’d like to fire everyone who is a pain in the ass and start from scratch…
It’s been very interesting these last few weeks as NFL off-season free agency began with some big-time players getting new jerseys. Teams have been looking at players’ roster bonuses, salaries, health, past production and the like, to figure out if they still got room on their squads, or potential trade bait. Some teams – the [...]
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A company in Italy has created an enormous printer capable of printing solid objects. The printer can read construction blueprints, and print out the pieces of the building one layer at a time.