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Woody Grant (Bruce Dern), a disheveled and mulishly taciturn alcoholic, is determined to get from Billings, MT to Lincoln, NE to collect the magazine sweepstakes he's sure he's won.
Movies' understanding of "working class" or "poor" interiors doesn't work; it's distracting. I'm talking about the physical design of the homes, the tables and couches. The implication is that the character or family in question …
Augh! I love Breton; I love Town House; I just had Club Crackers with my red-pepper soup at lunch!
Wait, I was wrong, Cheez-Its and Goldfish aficionados — those aren't the indistinguishable two, it's Cheez-Its and Cheese Nips that are carbon cracker copies of one another.
Ohhhhh God. I just…where do I…why? God. This is impossible! And this isn't even the hardest one!
…Oh my. I just absolutely have no idea what's going to become of Flight 5, because I just absolutely have no idea what I might vote for my own self.
The fourth flight distinguishes itself with me primarily via all the crackers in it that I hate.
Okay, whoa. Graham crackers, Triscuits original, AND Wheat Thins original in this round?
Bill Siegel's The Trials of Muhammad Ali is a riveting hour and a half, and that isn't surprising given its subject, one of the most charismatic humans ever.
Does anyone else remember that Premium Saltines commercial where a sleeve of the crackers is tossed into the ocean to demonstrate how watertight it is?