For any fan of classic cars, watching this beautiful automobile—one of ten ever built—meet its demise is one of the more gut-wrenching moments in recent cinematic history. Anyone? Anyone?
Back in 1990, in an awesome piece for The New Yorker, author Ian Frazier told the—shall we say—little-known story of Wile E. Coyote's endless legal battles with the Acme Company. Now, the tale of Coyote's legal tribulations, suing Acme for grievous personal injury and catastrophic product malfunction, has been …
This is very neat: someone took the 1986 movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off and ran all the parallelisms with Matthew Broderick's reprise for the 2012 Super Bowl. It was a great job, although Ferris is not Ferris anymore. [Thanks Brent!]
So you failed to win the auction for Cameron Frye's Dad's red Ferrari last year. Now what? Well, if that $1.65 million is burning a hole in your pocket, you could always buy the glassy Ferris Bueller house, recently reduced.