The Incredible Screencap Challenge TAGS Welcome back to another Incredible Screencap Challenge, where we post the stills and you tell us what movie each image is from. Easy, right? Well then, let's just see about that - put your movie knowledge to the test and see how many you can get right! 01/24/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Download Super Solvers: Challenge of the Ancient Empires ... Download Super Solvers: Challenge of the Ancient Empires! (also known as Challenge of the Ancient Empires! A Super Solvers Adventure) for free now. Published in 1990 ... 11/23/2014 - 2:09 pm | View Website
How to Take a Screenshot on Any Smartphone or Tablet ... Image via millionclues.com. If you're on a phone running Jelly Bean (4.1) or later, you can view a preview of the screenshot by pulling down your notification drawer. 11/23/2014 - 7:42 am | View Website
School makes teen wear 'shame suit' for too-short skirt ... A local mother claims Oakleaf High School in Orange Park, FLorida, forced her daughter to swap her too-short skirt for what she calls a "shame suit" and ... 11/23/2014 - 5:34 am | View Website
maker This Challenge is open for submissions from April 22 noon PT to May 17 noon PT. Only U.S.-based individuals who are 18 and over are eligible to apply. 11/22/2014 - 7:32 pm | View Website
Download Chip's Challenge Discover Chip's Challenge, an excellent game of 1991. With 3rd-person, top-down perspective, the publisher Epyx, Inc. had wonderful ideas around puzzle-solving. 11/22/2014 - 12:51 pm | View Website
Director: Gary Rydstrom
Cast: Alfred Molina, Kristin Chenoweth, Maya Rudolph, Peter Stormare, Evan Rachel Wood
Plot: A fairy tale of goblins, fairies and imps meeting for the first time and the consequent confusions and conflicts the culture clash causes.
Genre: Animation, Family, Fantasy
Release Date: January 23, 2015
Christopher Nolan is a controversial director here on /r/movies, and a common flaw that is stated is that his films are filled with exposition. I've seen people argue against it by saying that it's lazy and in excessive amounts, an insult to the viewers, and I've seen people defend it by saying without it, Nolan's films would be far too complex to understand for the average movie goer.