We happened to be on vacation when the solar eclipse of 2017 was going to take place. I was bummed because I suspected we were just going to miss the whole thing. But, thanks to The Wobblin' Duck Saloon, we even got to watch it (safely).
My friend Jill went on vacation to the Caribbean and may have stumbled on the new trend, swimming with the pigs. Up until now I've only heard people talk about being thrilled to have been able to swim with the dolphins. Many do it so they can cross it off their bucket list. I LOVE pigs, so I have now placed swimming with them on my bucket list. However, Jill didn't have the best experience and
A few weeks ago, tracking for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation was supposedly in the toilet. Early reports suggested that Tom Cruise’s fifth outing as super-spy Ethan Hunt was not getting people excited. This would be the end, the experts said, of a franchise that has kept Cruise’s career surging forward for the past two decades. Well, that was apparently a big load of crap because Rogue Nation opened well and opened in the same ballpark as the rest of the franchise. Even with inflation differences, this series keeps on hitting the same box office sweet spot.
Full disclosure: I missed the last 10 minutes of Vacation. Last night’s press screening started 20 minutes late, then began without any sound, which lead to a 10 minute delay to correct the technical difficulties. With an unbreakable engagement elsewhere, I had to sneak out right before the very last scene. So take this review with as many grains of salt as you’d like. If you think those final minutes might recontextualize everything that came before to transform a generally miserable comedy into a beacon of transcendent hilarity, so be it. Having sat through the previous 90 minutes, I’m of the opinion that nothing short of the long-lost missing footage from Orson Welles’ Magnificent Ambersons could have redeemed this dreadful film.
The new Vacation may bear the same name as the old Vacation, but it’s actually a sequel, taking place a few decades after the first ill-fated Griswold family trip to Walley World. The first trailer for this new version has arrived and while it has the same title and premise as its predecessor, it bends over backwards to let you know that Ed Helms is the same Rusty Griswold from 32 years ago, all grown up. Can we call this a rebootquel?
Whether you've lived here your whole life or have only visited the Twin Ports for a day or so - chances are that you've stopped to watch the ore boats as they arrive and depart from the largest inland port in the nation. Now, your chance to ride on one of those boats is coming; In fact, you could spend five days on the "cruise of a lifetime"!
On his girlfriend's Birthday one year ago, Dean Smith came up with an idea. He would show her he thinks of her every day. Every day he would propose to her. The video shows him doing things with her then holding up a sign to marry him.
Gene Simmons opens his mouth and will give you his opinion on everything, he will even give you his opinion on his opinion. This time he talks about vacations, and truthfully the way he makes it sound, I might be opposed to vacations soon.
This is something I have seen take off online. More and more people are taking pictures of their legs. When they are on vacation, when they are relaxing, when they are enjoying themselves. The cool part about the pics, it makes you feel like you are a part of it because you see it from their perspective.
Duluth has the reputation of being a getaway city. So many things to do around the area and enjoy. You can ski, and enjoy other winter sports and recreation. During the summer months, you can enjoy sports or other outdoor activities.