The former Black Flag frontman has never been short on rants or the impulse to tear down whatever bullshit he can find. Henry Rollins’s latest target: Dr. Seuss’s Oh, the Places You’ll Go!. He picks apart the work for its dated failure to support gender equality, race, drug use… you name it.
One 5-year-old's yearbook photo says more than any words possibly could. Just take a look at Ceci Negron's yearbook photo, with a scowl so adorable that it rivals that of the Dr.Seuss' Grinch. Negron, a kindergartner in a Boston-area school, is the proud owner of a yearbook photo that is ... More »
Dr. Seuss would be proud.
Some gadgets just grab your eye. Oskar van Deventer's Magic Gears Grid is one of them. Watching the gears turn into each other is tripping out the internet. "Looks like it was designed by Dr. Seuss," one YouTube commenter wrote. The inventor says in the video that the magic of his gizmo is that "gears are not supposed to mesh in a triangular grid. Show More Summary
Former Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins donned his spectacles and took on Dr. Seuss in a very opinionated reading of the children’s classic book Oh, the Places You’ll Go. Throughout the reading, Rollins noted the passages that he felt to be most anachronistic. Henry Rollins reads and deconstructs the children’s book “Oh, the Places You’ll […]
Like the Grinch in Dr. Seuss's story, who, after being caught by Little Cindy-Lou Who trying to steal the family Christmas tree, sends the tot back to bed with a warm glass of milk and a gentle but firm push on the behind, the same Democratic...Show More Summary
Musician, writer, journalist, publisher, actor, comedian, motivational speaker, spoken word artist, activist and (would it surprise anyone if he was also) immortal, Henry Rollins is a rare cultural gem. One might say the same of beloved author Dr. Show More Summary
Henry Rollins was once known as the front-man of Black Flag, a punk band from the 80s. Now he’s an outspoken artist that acts. Normally, that would be the description of an actor, but Henry Rollins has been clear in several interviews, that he doesn’t consider himself an actor. Show More Summary
Henry Rollins really hates Dr. Seuss’s Oh, The Places You’ll Go!, and he really wants you to know just how much he hates it. In a new video for Funny Or Die, Rollins gives a particularly angry reading of the children’s book, pausing after every few lines to talk about how the whole thing reeks […]
The punk rock singer points out how politically incorrect the story really is for Funny or Die.
Dr. Seuss' 1990 book Oh, the Places You'll Go! is a popular graduation gift every year. Henry Rollins has a problem with that. In a new video for Funny Or Die (below), Rollins sat down to read the book in its entirety will offering stream-of-consciousness commentary about the book's messages. Show More Summary
Henry Rollins Reads Dr. Seuss 16:40 Henry Rollins reads and deconstructs the children's book "Oh, the Places You'll Go!" by the acclaimed children's author Dr. Seuss and points out that maybe one of the places Dr. Seuss needs to go is the 21st century. Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) lashed out at Senate Democrats on Thursday over a 15-hour filibuster to demand action on gun safety measures. On Wednesday, Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy (D) successfully seized control of the Senate floor from 11:21 a.m. until after 2 a.m. to force Majority Leader Mitch...
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If you were hoping for a green christmas in 2017, you'd better sit down. Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas has bumped its release date, and in a substantial way.
Fans of the Dr. Seuss Christmas tale will have to wait a bit longer before the latest incarnation from Illumination Entertainment.
A while back, the animated reboot for Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas was moved to a week earlier, so as to avoid competing with Warner Bros' Justice League: Part One. Well, it appears that wasn't a far enough move for theShow More Summary
The Illumination Entertainment Dr. Seuss adaptation will now be released November 9, 2018 The post Christmas 2017 is Safe as The Grinch Movie Moves to 2018 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures' Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas is getting pushed by a whole year from November 10, 2017, to Friday, November 9, 2018. This isn’t anything to be alarmed by, rather the nature of animated projects. Show More Summary
By Matthew Wagner Published: June 05th, 2016