Crowds — which, let’s be honest, tended to arrive in an altered state — didn’t just show up, they dressed up and acted out.has inspired a loopy, loosely structured participatory costume party built around shouting out lines and mimicking the on-screen action.
"If a person wants to be the nominee of the Republican Party, there can be no evasion and no games," Ryan said.
"They must reject any group or cause that is built on bigotry." RYAN'S BUDGET In a South Carolina campaign event in February, Trump repeated his opinion that Ryan's budget plan, which called for sharply curbing benefit programs like Medicare, helped cost Republicans the 2012 election.
"That was the end of that campaign, by the way, when they chose Ryan," Trump said. Ryan typically rebukes Trump when he says something especially egregious and over the top.
He stays out of smaller controversies like Trump's proposal for paid maternity leave, a plan that defies GOP orthodoxy.
Cox gives a buoyant, appropriately outsized performance that sometimes works on its own terms, but seldom works for the material.
There was an edge and squalid danger to Curry’s performance that's lost when you cast Frank as a beautiful woman.
If nothing else, I resigned myself to wanting Parvati to win it after Amanda broke out the crocodile tears at the penultimate Tribal.
) On the one hand, she's one of the more odious people to ever appear on this show (twice). Parvati's move to take out Ozzy (who was at Lex levels of bitterness at the final Tribal Council) was the defining one of the season, and though I hated to watch a lot of it, she and Cirie (who also would and should have beaten Amanda) orchestrated a series of agressive blindsides.
Fox's The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again reimagines the 1975 Cult classic film for a new generation.
Laverne Cox takes over for Tim Curry as the mad scientist, Frank-N-Furter in the updated television musical. The film flopped, and for good reason: Once you get past the opening half-hour or so, where the best songs reside, the movie slowly meanders its way through a kind of whacked-out, indifferent incoherence.
And he declined to weigh in on Trump's emphasis on police "stop and frisk" tactics as a way to improve race relations.