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7 Reasons I Pray that Disney’s Holes Makes A Revival

7 Reasons I Pray that Disney’s Holes Makes A Revival

I was thinking the other day, and I realized that I’d actually be thrilled if the 2003 film Holes based off of the book by Louis Sachar would make a comeback in one way or another. Now when I say comeback, I am open to the form this would take. A sequel? A remake? A documentary on the making of it? (okay, okay, we are getting carried away, I probably wouldn’t watch a documentary…but a sequel or a remake would be really nice.) With that being said, here are some reasons why Holes was the best thing to happen to the early 2000s.   1. Because it was the first real book that I ever read. So when it turned into a movie I was mind blown. More mind blown than I ever was with the Twilight Saga, The Hunger Games, or any other book I read later on in life.     2. Because this animal still haunts me at night and I want to see it again along with maybe some of it’s cool, less scary, relatives.     3. Because despite it being a juvenile detention camp…they kind of made me want to go to Camp Green Lake. I mean talk about that brotherly bond!     4. Because Zero from Holes grew up nicely.         5. Because we haven’t seen anything from Shia in a while and that would be an interesting way to progress his career.       6.Also, Look at Baby Shia. Awww.       7.Because this song was the best thing of my (and your) childhood.  ...
Why “The Pit” Was My Favorite Storyline of Parks and Recreation

Why “The Pit” Was My Favorite Storyline of Parks and Recreation

NBC’s Parks and Recreation ended this year, but it’s legacy will live on forever. Although the storyline of the pit only lasted for four seasons and was really only the center focus of the show for the first two, it remained my favorite part of the whole series. Every character on the show has had a significant interaction with the pit that has shaped their character in one massive way or another. Here are some of my favorites: *Note: There are several instances on this list where the pit is already the lot in actuality, but I will still be referring to it as the pit. Learn More About How We Can Help You With Your Next Project!   The Pit brought Leslie and Ann together. In the very first episode, Ann Perkins attends a town meeting to complain about a huge, obnoxious, dirt pit that is right outside of her house. From there starts the main plot of the series and begins a beautiful perfect best-friendship between Leslie Knope and Ann Perkins. Leslie Knope falls into The Pit on the first episode. When inspecting the pit, Leslie takes a violent fall but isn’t even fazed by it. This is the perfect metaphor for who Leslie is. Whenever she falls in life, (and she falls pretty hard sometimes) she gets right back up and keeps pushing through. Her falling in the pit was the perfect foreshadowing of what the entire series would be like. Andy fell in The Pit twice and also lived in there at one point.  Andy perhaps has the strongest relationship with the pit. After falling in it...