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I started reading Child 44 (upcoming movie with Tom Hardy) while on my vacation. It is a fantastic read so far. I highly recommend it.
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Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Laksmikanti is 100% pure awesome sauce.
Laksmikanti at 10:10 PM Apr 15

Hehehe, What a surprise to read this now, is 8.40 a.m. here and this is a lovely way to start my day. Thank you so very much.!

Fab-007 at 04:03 AM Apr 16

I am going to keep this posted for a while :-)

Laksmikanti at 04:27 AM Apr 16

The 30 Sexiest GIFs of Christina Hendricks

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Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Went to see Noah last night. Excellent performances and the take on the fable was at least interesting.
Cochise at 03:13 PM Apr 13

loved it

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Robin Wright's Claire Underwood in House of Cards looks a lot like my ex-wife.
Invidtus at 02:29 PM Apr 09

well played sir-

Fab-007 at 02:34 PM Apr 09

My current one looks like Monica Bellucci :-)

No more wives after this though.

Laksmikanti at 04:09 AM Apr 11

^This man has really good high class taste.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

RIP The Ultimate Warrior It makes me sad hearing about professional wrestlers dying at such young ages. I don't watch it anymore but I grew up watching it as a kid and was a big fan all the way up to maybe about 6 years ago. I even took my mom to see Wrestlemania VI at Toronto's Skydome.
Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

I have started getting into House of Cards. I am really digging it. Also, based on MFC hype, I have started watching Firefly.
WalkAway at 01:35 PM Apr 09

Firefly <333

Fab-007 at 01:44 PM Apr 09

I like that Ron Glass is in it (Shepherd). He played my favourite character on Barney Miller when I was growing up.

Gina Torres is sexy.

Jewel Staite is super-cute. What a pretty smile.

I am a fan of Alan Tudyk.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

Further proof of my son's solid upbringing: Upon hearing a track I was playing in my car he piped up and said "You know, this song would be great for a cool heist scene."....and he was right!!!
Glinda at 12:22 AM Mar 25

You're raising them right!

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 10 months ago

My son, indicated that we needed to get home quickly: "Dad, drive like you have to save Rachael from the fear toxin!!!" Yeah, I'll take that Parent of the Year award now :-)
MrsData at 08:15 AM Mar 22

Father of the Year

Derek237 at 11:11 AM Mar 22

Honestly I would start laughing and crying from fatherly pride at the point. And then grant his request and hell "HOLD ON" in the best Batman voice I could possibly make.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

I finally watched Meet the Millers. I really liked it. I was on a plane and had to not laugh out loud like a dork.
Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Checking out Season 1 of Homeland.
Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

I revisited The A-Team while training yesterday. Totally mindless and fun.
Laksmikanti at 07:58 PM Mar 23

It has a VERY WELL trained Bradley, I loved it.

Fab-007 at 09:18 PM Mar 24

Yeah, I am pretty envious of his lack of body fat...I am working on it.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

I finally got out to see The LEGO Movie. My boys loved it but I was just meh. Batman had the best lines though.
Invidtus at 07:22 PM Mar 03

if he didn't he would make them become his best lines-

Glinda at 08:54 PM Mar 03

Best lines and with Will Arnett's voice he was so funny.

Fab-007 posted a BLOG item 11 months ago

Childhood Movie Memories

Every so often there is a post on MFC that will bring back a memory for me from way, waaaaaay back in my childhood. This time it was OldKingClancy's Hero Contest. Here are a couple of pieces of nostalgia that came bubbling to the surface...keep in mind that my childhood was a lot further back than many of you :-)

1. Tarzan - For me, Tarzan will always be Johnny Weissmuller. I loved watching those films on a lazy Saturday afternoon.

2. The Ten Commandments - An Easter-time staple. I still love it to this day. Chuck Heston being Chuck Heston, a miscast Edward G Robinson and Yul Brynner being maybe the coolest cat of all time.

3. The Wizard of Oz - I am guilty of not having shown this movie to my sons. An absolute gap in their upbringing. It does not have the same watchability for me as The Ten Commandments but still remains a fond memory.

4. Batman (1966) - I have posted this often. I would scour the weekly TV Guide to see if it was showing (usually one of the US Buffalo stations) and if I could not watch it, I would cry. We had a black & white TV for years so I could never have told you what colour any of the costumes were back then. Also, in a world where we have video on demand and internet streaming, we had an antennae rotor that we would rotate to try to get a better signal.

5. Matt Helm -Speaking of cool, Dean Martin as a womanizing super spy with a bed that dumps him (and the woman of the moment) in his indoor pool...a clear role model for any developing mind.

6. James Bond - On the serious side, I could never get sick of Bond. I would watch the Sean Connery incarnations at every opportunity and as cheesy as we think they are now, I always got excited to see the Roger Moore films on the big screen.

7. The Beatles - Help and Yellow Submarine. I am so glad I was able to get these right with the raising of my sons.

8. That's Entertainment (1&2) - I am not sure how many of you have ever heard of these. They were essentially a montage of the golden age of musicals in Hollywood. If you ever wanted a crash course in the world of Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Fred & Ginger, etc...these are worth a watch.

9. The Three Musketeers - My first exposure to an epic on the big screen. I was 5 in 1973. Looking back, what a cast: Richard Chamberland, Michael York, Raquel Welch, Charlton Heston, Faye Dunnaway, Oliver Reed, Christopher Lee...incredible. This may have set the tone for my love of movies.

10. Musicals - In particular, West Side Story and The Sound of Music. Annual viewings on TV the former still being one of my all time favourites.

Mood: Chillin'

MrsData at 01:10 PM Feb 28

What a thoughtful blog, thanks for sharing Fab!

Glinda at 03:45 PM Feb 28

I love this blog.

I know his were cheesy but Roger Moore's Bond movies are my favorites also due to seeing them when they came out and I had never seen any prior Bond movies to compare to.

Love the musicals you posted, and especially The Sound of Music was always fun.

I loved Tarzan too.

Laksmikanti at 07:59 PM Mar 23

The Sound of Music was the only musical I have ever liked. After reading this blog days ago, I actually re watched it, it was such an inspiration.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

My step-daughter got a 91 on her religious symbolism in the Lord of the Rings essay that I wrote, I mean that I helped her with :-)
Invidtus at 07:12 AM Feb 27

nicely done-

Glinda at 11:39 AM Feb 27

Good job Fab or, er, I mean to your stepdaughter!

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

Ok, this limited availability thing on Netflix Canada is annoying. I wish they had given me earlier visibility. I have just a couple of days to watch my remaining episodes of Sherlock. If I had known it would disappear after a time I would have made a point of watching them sooner.
Glinda at 10:37 PM Feb 24

That sucks. Is this a new thing?

Fab-007 at 02:25 PM Feb 25

Good question. I am not sure. I tend to use Netflix when I train indoors which is the minority of the time.

Fab-007 updated his STATUS: 11 months ago

RIP Harold Ramis. One of the greats although I think highly underrated. One of our Canadian national treasures.
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