Muppets Most Wanted

Muppets Most Wanted

When you were growing up, did your parents sit in front of the TV on a Friday night, drinking wine and laughing their arses off at the Muppet Show? Mine did, and so did the parents of many of my friends. I remember being shushed during the cooking segment at a sleepover. Bork! Bork! Bork! via Well, the Muppets are back, this time on the big screen, with everyone’s favourites; Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzy Bear, Gonzo, Beaker, Floyd and the band including Animal, Tina Fey, Lady GaGa, PDiddy, ….wait, what? Yes, there are A LOT of cameos and…

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

via So last Friday the hubs and I went to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier, courtesy of Shout Media. It was a fun night out, we had a great Laksa beforehand, and it was screened in a licensed theatre, so you could have a beer or glass of wine while you enjoyed the big screen. I really enjoyed the movie, it had an interesting story line and fantastic production values, but the thing I liked most was watching the true Marvel Fans enjoying themselves. There were people with Marvel t-shirts, socks, jackets and bags; and even a few Marvel…

Uncovering the Brisbane Look

Uncovering the Brisbane Look

One of the great things about the city of Brisbane is that in recent years, it has lost it’s cultural cringe, and is starting to embrace the fresh, young vibe that encompasses it’s beauty. Everywhere you look it seems, Brisbane is becoming comfortable in it’s own skin, and proud of showing off it’s talent. This is nowhere more evident than in the world of fashion. Yes, I know you are shocked, I am talking about fashion! Me! Except I’m not, I’m talking about culture; art; the very essence of the town I call home. There are lots of world class…

Australia Day

Australia Day

Last Thursday Mr BC and I frocked up and went to see Australia Day, a play by Jonathon Biggins, put on by QPAC in Brisbane. At the after party, Wesley Enoch, Queensland Theater’s Artistic Director, likened Australia Day to ‘collecting all the politically correct sacred cows, and throwing them on the BBQ.’ He wasn’t wrong. Fuck, it was funny. Jonathon Biggins says he based this play on his own experiences as an Australia Day Ambassador to regional centers across our wide patriotic land. Australia Day follows a committee of 6 Australian stereotypes as they argue their way toward putting on…