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Long before Paula Abdul was "Nice Judge" on the television blight that is American Idol, she was a singer and choreographer. And long before Keanu Reeves starred in the Matrix, he performed the part of analog James Dean in this video.

Rush, Rush was featured on Abdul's second album Spellbound in 1991. It topped Billboard's Top 100 for five consecutive weeks. Enough background, lets get down to brass tacks here...

The adventures of Gov't. Tit continue...

Howdy,

I don't normally do update blogs, since I get the impression that most of of you who visit the site are interested in seeing videos and animations and not in my blog writing skills (That's why I leave it to professionals like Kyle Anderson). However, I wanted to let you all know what I've been up to this past week (Since it's interesting and actually has bearing on filmmaking)

I was inspired to make this video after watching CBP's "Troublemaker Shorts". I hadn't made a movie of my own in...five years? It had been a while, regardless, and I missed it. After watching the boys' shorts, I decided to do the same.

This short was inspired by a co-worker, who asked me the question: "If George Washington were alive today, what do you think he would say about our country?" I find the question intriguing, although if we were to take it literally, I doubt that General Washington would want to talk politics.

2Pac, Dr. Dre-California Love/Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

The 48 Hour Film Project Denver begins again the 31st of July, so I thought I'd take a look back at our first entry into the 48HFP.

Top 5 High School Movies That You've Probably Never Never Seen...But Should

There isn't one among us who doesn't have at least a little high school angst still washing around inside them-shit, why do you think John Hughes created The Breakfast Club.

The Karate Kid (The real one!)first came out in 1984, I would have been two years old. I later discovered the film on television and VHS and instantly fell in love with it. It is the Rocky for adolescents. While I never was chased out of a school dance by a bunch of assholes dressed as skeletons, and never got to make out with Elizabeth Shue, I still had a personal connection to the movie. Having life boiled down to something as simple as balance and waxing on/off still serves me well to this day.

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