Yesterday, Patrick Swayze tragically passed away at the age of 57. To celebrate his life and acting career, I've compiled my favorite movies and TV appearances by Swayze. From his iconic role in Dirty Dancing to smaller roles that made me smile, enjoy the bright moments of a truly memorable career.
The Donnie Darko Rabbit Vinyl Wall Decal ($35) features the indie flick's unmistakable mascot, Frank, telling you to wake up! This thing scares me so much, I don't think I'd be able to get to sleep in the first place. But, I do love the combination of beautiful blues in the photograph and the wacky lamp with its upside-down shade.
Is it just me, or is the last line of this clip (from the cult hit Donnie Darko) the most profound and deeply powerful statement ever uttered in cinematic history?
There's a crazy bit of news floating around today that the 2001 cult classic, Donnie Darko might get a sequel. According to one story, this new film would pick up "seven years after the first film when little sister Samantha Darko and her best friend Corey are now 18 and on a roadtrip to Los Angeles when they are plagued by bizarre visions."
Daveigh Chase, who originally played Donnie's sister, is on board and but that's about it from the original Darko team.
The first film earned a devoted following due to writer-director Richard Kelly's knack for eerie, strange storytelling. Dorm room conversations have never been the same ever since Kelly tantalized his fans with philosophies about time travel and alternate universes. Seriously, people have spent a lot of time breaking down this movie! It's hard to imagine these folks would be happy with a sequel without his involvement or at the very least his blessing.
What do you think? Is this something you would check out?
Happy Easter, readers! From all of us at BuzzSugar — including our imaginary bunny friends — have a safe and pleasant holiday.
This Easter weekend, bunny-related things will be everywhere, so I thought I'd add to the frenzy with a rabbit-themed Movie Night! The bunnies in these films aren't necessarily the cuddly springtime icons we normally associate with Easter, because those kinds of bunnies don't make the greatest movie characters. So grab your pile of Peeps and prepare for a "hare-raising" night. (I know, sorry, sorry.)
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
If you're familiar with Wallace and Gromit, then you may already adore this movie, and if you're not, this is a perfect opportunity to fall in love with the endearing British duo. Bucktoothed, cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his mute, loyal dog Gromit are determined to solve the case of a giant were-rabbit (like werewolf, but a rabbit) who is terrorizing the town's vegetable growers. Watching this film I had to marvel at how completely entertaining a claymation movie can be for a grown-up, and I appreciated the many adult jokes.
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