There seems to be a proud tradition in our modern age to publicly analyze (and ultimately criticize) the current “whippersnappers.” Millennials, our time has come.
True, worrying (let’s call it that) about what the next round of adults was a pastime long before the advent of the Internet or even the news media, but Facebook, Twitter, et al., have expanded the conversation and it’s time to stop this nonsense.
Call us what you will: narcissistic, lazy, selfish, entitled. The fact of the matter is, you—the ones passing out these generalized labels—created us.
Happy Mother’s Day! Especially to our own mom, but also to all the mother’s out there reading this blog today.
We’re glad your children allowed you the leisure time to visit us here at 2WC. Enjoy your visit.
To all of the children out there right now, now realizing that the only reason your mother has been allowed leisure time is because you forgot Mother’s Day. We’d like to impart some quick shame and then strongly suggest that you step away from the blog and call your mother immediately.
But since it is Mother’s Day and you all surely have plenty of honoring thy mother to do, we’ll keep this short and sweet.
As many of you know, and some of you may not, every summer, 2WC takes a break from the art house flicks and potential Academy Award nominees to appreciate the movies that make the money which makes the “artsy” films possible. Read the rest of this entry
For many of us, it feels like spring just arrived. Which is why it may come as a bit of a surprise that next weekend marks the beginning of the summer blockbuster season.
And what a season it is.
After a ho-hum 2012 (with a few bright spots), the summer blockbusters of 2013 is shaping up to be an onslaught of entertaining, over-the-top, big-budget flicks (fingers crossed). With opening numbers like “Iron Man 3″ and “The Great Gatsby” how could it be anything but spectacular? Read the rest of this entry
In the wake of a tragedy it can sometimes be hard to return to every day life, even when you were not directly impacted. There’s a kind of guilt attached to moving on.
You don’t want to forget what happened, but at the same time, life does go on.
Seeing as it’s been a rough week, we thought we’d offer a bit of a smile and a reminder of some of the good in the world.
So here are some of our favorite feel-good clips, we hope they make your day just a little bit better: Read the rest of this entry