This movie hits the spot for old fans and new. The cast-- human and Muppet alike-- nailed it from the beginning to the end. I still can't get the "Manamana!" song out of my head!
This movie was great. It was a realistic take on modern relationships, but also sweet and heartwarming. I laughed out loud and almost cried, all within an hour or so. It also had me singing sounds from the Smiths, which are featured on the soundtrack and in some of the movie dialogue for at least 3 days.
Very nice film, makes everyone smile and giggle. Very inspiring, and teaches lessons. See this film!!!!!! :-)
Perhaps some of you might join us in response to those who were waving Confederate flags in Marion Square last weekend. https://www.facebook.com/events/1803620646…
When I read that Anton Yelchin had signed on for the title role, I bought the book with the intent of finishing it before the show aired. On June 19th, 2016, I threw the book in the trash.
While I wish the cast and crew well in this project, I won't be watching it.
Alexander Hamilton was, ahem, "intimate friends" with Charlestonian John Laurens.
Can't wait to read your write ups!
Nice review, but author should be advised both males and females have X chromosomes.
low, ugly ! bad combination of colors and design !! terrible !! for the ladies is fine but its totally unacceptable for men its just ridiculous ! TJ max ties ! matching colors is the worst ive seen !!!!!!!!!!! show is great ...
Tabula rasa rather than rosa? Children were considered bank tablets, not pink ones.
Thanks, Keenan, you're right of course. Fixed.
Anton Yelchin died last year in a freak accident. I don't think he is actually going to be in this. It's going to this guy.... http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/mr-mercedes-anton-yelchin-replaced-938203
HOW MANY "ACTS" do you get from YEMEN ? maybe they can have beheadings and worling dervaishes to set a festive mood!?!
It's piping, not bagpiping!
This is Wagener Terrace, not North Central - corner of Ashley and Sans Souci
I was a member of the CSO's Decomposing Composers Society long ago. I hope they fill the slots but $35/mo is kinda steep. The parties must be spectacular.
Too bad, it was a nice addition to art and cinema in downtown Charleston, unfortunately most of the locals in the area only support the growing alcohol economy. This is why we can't have nice things.
Preach it, lynnar! Fuck those elitist celebrities with their arrogance and hatefulness who are so detached from the every day struggles of the common person. That's why I voted for a multi-millionaire reality TV star.
All the more reason not to watch. You want to talk protesting? I am protesting every award show on TV, including the Tony's from NYC. I don't need to be lectured from these elitists, who make millions and live in their own bubbles and don't have a worry in the world on paying their bills, or paying for their healthcare. They live in mansions and are totally alienated from areas, they would never, ever walk through themselves. I do not need to hear their holier than thou attitudes on how they are better than us peons out there, and making fun of us, just because we happen to have a difference of opinion. They are sooo inclusive, arent' they? Ha. And as far as I can recall, the expression "It's going to be HUGE", was originally made by Bernie Sanders. Who, btw, sold out and bought a lake house on Lake Champlain ( on the Vt. side) for approx. $650,000. Now where on earth did he get that money??? The man was worth only $250,000 when he turned in his tax records. The man never had a real job in his life. He was practically homeless when he first moved to VT. He never made money Even as a senator, he was supposed to one of the honest ones. Interesting when he sold out to Hillary,he all of a suddenly bought himself a lake house. So Steverino can make fun of Trump and Melaina and his kids all he wants. I have a feeling his audience won't be that "huge". Or the most watched.
We're gonna miss you, Will! Thanks for bringing a twist to Upper King and to Charleston.
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