Are you hankering to watch some movies, but haven’t yet decided whether you’re going to sign up for Netflix, Hulu, YouStream, Moogoo, Mojo? Well then, head on over to the Paramount Vault on YouTube and watch some of the full length movies that Paramount has shared from their history of making film.
Source: The Paramount Vault – YouTube
I have a crush. Richard and I watch tons of Lawrence Welk (only not recently because PBS has stopped playing it for some reason). Myron Floren always steals the show, and over the years more and more of the show seems to be given to him – as if the producers know that he is the sexiest accordion player on the planet.
I am speaking as someone who likes the sound of a well played accordion; but I imagine his chops would be appreciated even by those who don’t. What’s more, he always has the happy little grin on his face while playing and seems completely at ease being in front of a crowd and/or camera.
When I mentioned that more and more of the show is given to him through the years, I didn’t mean more accordion spots. Eventually he starts to MC half the show in place of Mr. Welk. And he does this better than Mr. Welk.
Do you want to see something hilarious? Something playing on both historical and modern adaptations of beloved characters? Something irreverent? Then go see The Adventures of Shakespeare and Watson.
Ask A Slave: A Comedy Web Series starring Azie Dungey that puts all of the “most interesting, and somewhat infuriating encounters” she had while portraying a slave in historical sites on the East Coast. While it is hilarious in a laugh-at-the-stupid-tourist kinda way, it’s also really sad that real questions inspired the show. It makes me embarrassed for my species.
Dystopian future animated movie: URBANCE looks fabulous. Go look! Go look!