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"Lady" is based on a script by Abi Morgan and, as described by Pathe, "tells the story of a woman who smashed through the barriers of gender and class to be heard in a male-dominated world.
The story concerns power and the price that is paid for power, and is a surprising and insightful portrait of an extraordinary and complex woman." ..THR HERE. is the only film in the last few years that I, literally, could not sit through - the notion of this project doesn't excite me too much at all.
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expected it to happen as quickly as it did, or to the extent it did, and certainly not that Average Joe would be able to use them for tasks as trivial as listening to Linkin Park for hours on end on You Tube.
I've copied the credits for each video over as well for convenience in knowing what anime or song is being used.
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The cartoon above is called "Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth", and it was drawn in 1996, three years before the premier of 'Family Guy'. In 1999, Entertainment Weekly magazine wrote this: Comic-book fans have been buzzing about a certain familiarity they've noticed recently: namely, that Stewie, the football-shaped-headed child who loathes his mother and invents diabolical weapons on Fox's Family Guy, bears a striking resemblance to a comic-strip character: Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth (right), a football-shaped-headed child who fears his mother and invents things to escape from her.
Chris Ware has been drawing Jimmy since 1991, creating a series of comic books called the Acme Novelty Library.
Quick jump: Due to the graphic nature of these videos, I'm not going to be hosting them here like the ones above.
Recently I decided to look them up again and managed to find the collection and get it downloaded.
For my own archival purposes I am putting them up on my site so I can keep them around.
A collection of Jimmy's adventures will be published by Pantheon next spring.
Says Ware, "I don't want a book of seven years' worth of my stuff to become available and then be accused of being a rip-off of Family Guy."In the Family Guy movie, Seth Mac Farlane included a “joke” where Stewie breaks the neck of an Entertainment Weekly reporter.