Raptors Coach Dwane Casey: On Love, Regrets And Crying At Movies

What The New ‘Star Wars’ Movies Need: Snoova

16. “Suspiria” on Oct. 23. “Saw” on Oct. 30. The movies are shown on the lawn outside the theater, so be aware that bad weather might mean there’s no movie. Check the theater’s Facebook page or call 407-629-1088 if the weather is questionable. Enzian Theater is at 1300 S. Orlando Ave. in Maitland. There also will be a free outdoor showing of “House on Haunted Hill” at 8 p.m.

I have confidence in my manhood to be able to cry at a movie or at a wedding, too. This summer my niece got married and I welled up in that situation, too. Whats your go-to karaoke song, or favourite piece of poetry? I have a favourite poem. From Rudyard Kipling. Its called LEnvoi. I had it in my office when I was coaching at Kentucky but somewhere in the move, I lost it. But I want to get it back again. The premise of it is you work through things, you outwork people, youre not doing it for the money, youre doing it for the love of work. What is your idea of perfect happiness? Spending a day with the family, somewhere quiet, watching movies with the family. Whom do your kids like on the Raptors? They probably love the Raptor mascot more than any player that we have right now (laughs). Who is most responsible for who you are today?

12 Movies That Are Just As Good As The Books They’re Based On

We think the casting may be to thank for this one. “The Shining” This is an incredible book, with an equally incredible sequel (you can read an excerpt from “Doctor Sleep” here). But Jack Nicholson’s performance, along with the eerie soundtrack and creepy-as-hell shots of identically-dressed children makes this film a classic. The book, on the other hand, is not King’s most critically acclaimed. “Precious” Sapphire’s book is inventive, to be sure: protagonist Precious begins writing when she’s semi-illiterate, and uses phonetic spellings. But the film, co-produced by Tyler Perry and Oprah, was an excellent platform for Gabourey Sidibe’s acting. “Drive” The neo-noir novel is great, but could get lost among a sea of other well-written pulp fiction books. The movie, on the other hand, is unique: It’s at once campy and subtly touching. And, okay, it’s also Ryan Gosling at his best. “Silence of the Lambs” This novel was critically acclaimed — Roald Dahl called it, “subtle, horrific and splendid, the best book I have read in a long time,” and David Foster Wallace used to assign it to his students. But Hannibal’s eeriness is simply better conveyed on film. “The Godfather” Mario Puzo co-wrote the film version of his book, so he shouldn’t take offense to this one. The movie is better if only because of the impact it’s had on the way Americans view their individual nationalities and ethnicities. It doesn’t hurt that it’s widely considered one of the greatest films of all time, either.

Check out free scary movies at the Enzian in October

Broad facial features would be a bonus.” Although early rumors of original Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew being replaced in the new trilogy due to a serious illness have been popping up recently, Mayhew himself has now squashed those rumors stating “I intend to pursue the role of Chewbacca for Episode VII.” That said, what other notable Wookies might be showing up in the new “Star Wars” trilogy? Our vote is for Snoova, the infamous Wookie bounty hunter! Who? Hailing from the Wookie homeworld Kashyyyk, Snoova was forced to abandon his planet after a rumored altercation with a family member over shared affections for a Wookie female. In Wookie society, using your claws for anything other than climbing is a crime punishable by death. Being as Snoova used his claws to attack and maim a fellow Wookie, he quickly exiled himself off-planet so as not to get the “death mark” placed on his head. Snoova would become an indentured servant to a crime boss named Asteria before turning to a life as a bounty hunter. Operating during the events of the Galactic Civil War, Snoova would primarily track down Rebel bounties under Imperial orders. While hunting one such bounty, the Wookie mercenary loses an eye and later has it permanently replaced with a monocle ocular enhancer connected via hidden cybernetics in his eye socket. Why? Not only is Snoova one of the only Wookies to ever become a successful and feared bounty hunter, but he’s also one of the only Wookies to have escaped being enslaved by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War; besides Chewbacca, of course. Although Snoova did primarily work for Imperial forces and accept only Imperial targets, he still was technically his own master. How?