Ferguson has proven not to be oppression. Some folks don't understand the law, self defense and grand juries.
Just because you believe something, that does not make it true.
These negative comments just scream "I'm intimidated by things I don't know about." Niklas did awesome things at Scott and he'll do awesome things at the TLC. And if you have anything negative to say, I'm sure he'd love to hear it in person...dare ya
Solidarity, St. Ends! Solidarity!
This guy seems like the most pretentious, self absorbed mixologist, umm excuse me bartender, i have ever seen. Bartending isnt some artistic job that you have perfected nik, nor is it some cornerstone of our society that everyone looks up too. You serve drinks, and get people drunk, end of story.
I can't wait!! Got a seek preview yesterday. Smells amazing
This review is, down to the letter, exactly how this movie was to me. I was looking forward to this film, having seen Into the Woods in 1987 as a child and falling for its dark and charming humor. My children and I have enjoyed watching the production with Bernadette Peters over the years and were hopeful it might be half as good, which was in our minds still quite grand. I was impressed with the opening scene but it soon fell terribly flat. It dragged, feeling unusually long, and for us didn't pick up pace until well near the end. The singing often felt like a mirror production, voice wise, but lacked personality. There was maybe 2 light chuckles in the packed cinema that we watched it in on Christmas day. We walked out feeling like it was a mild disappointment, not horrible, but it really did lack so much. I was most shocked at the depressing performance of Tracy Ullman, normally an enormously funny and witty persona. I felt like Jack's mom needed serious clinical help for her depression, and that tone seemed to carry on throughout the entire show.
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