I made this animated trailer for my Cosplayers collection book. Jesse Moynihan did the music. Thanks, Jesse!

The Secret Life of Pets

Much fun. Lots animals silliness. But whole suffer from one problem; it’s Toy Story with animals. Max= Woody, Duke=Buzz, Gidget = Beau Peep, doge could go on. Also just kinda too long, lags at end. Still great adventure. Fun characters, especially love Hart’s Snowball, best character in movie. Character develop personality make best parts of film interaction, more like than story. Movie plot works because of mostly one day short timeline. Funny scene at sausage factory, almost what expecting from Sausage Party when that comes out (Kids, that one’s going to be rated R. Don’t go running to see it). Talk about musical score? Jazz orchestra fun, almost like extend Rhapsody in Blue for 2 hours, maybe some West Side Story. Really compliments adventure. 3 Paws up. Kids will like, but not super memorable. 

►►Saturday Night Live Season 41


Air Date : October 3rd, 2015
Season Number : 41
Episode Number : 22
Episode Name : Fred Armisen/Courtney Barnett
Networks : NBC
Genres : Comedy, Music

A late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels. The show’s comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers an opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast, and features performances by a musical guest.

Kenan Thompson, Taran Killam, Colin Jost, Sasheer Zamata, Michael Che, Beck Bennett, Kate McKinnon, Vanessa Bayer, Aidy Bryant, Bobby Moynihan, Jay Pharoah, Kyle Mooney, Cecily Strong


The Secret Life of Pets (2016)

“Its animation is wondrous, and its voice acting, especially by the bravura Kevin Hart and the chipper Jenny Slate, is show-stopping.  So while high expectations can be a deadly force, and while Zootopia can be an unstoppable hotbed of bias, The Secret Life of Pets is, nevertheless, a likable rag.”


Cartoon Network At San Diego Comic Con 2016

Cartoon Network At San Diego Comic Con 2016 Cartoon Network’s event schedule for the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con International convention has been released. The convention is the largest of its kind in North America for film, television and comics and is possibly also the largest animation convention in the United States. San Diego Comic Con…

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Check out the book trailer for Cosplayers by Dash Shaw, a debut book at #SDCC2016. Music by Jesse Moynihan.

Cosplayers is cartoonist Dash Shaw’s ode to that defining element of fandom, the “costume play” of so many anime and comic conventions. Artfully celebrating both the culture’s obvious theatricality and uniquely D.I.Y. beauty, as well as its often awkward conflation of fantasy and reality, Cosplayers explores these delicate psychological balancing acts via a series of seven interconnected short stories surrounding two talented young women who combine their love of cosplaying with their love of social media and film in order to deepen their relationship with the popular culture they celebrate. Cosplayers depicts their stories in an affectionately funny way, celebrating how much more inclusive and humanistic fandom can be than most of the stories and characters it is built upon. Featuring plenty of easter eggs for fans of the broader culture as well as being the perfect entry point for those completely befuddled by it, Cosplayers is another distinctive, instant classic from one of the most acclaimed voices of his generation, and will be released around the same time as Shaw’s feature directorial debut, the independent animated feature My Entire High School…Sinking into the Sea starring the voice talents of Jason Schwartzman, Lena Dunham, Reggie Watts, Maya Rudolph, and Susan Sarandon.

they remade Match Game

Alec Baldwin is the host and he has that dumb little tiny stick microphone

the celebs are Tituss Burgess, Rosie O’Donnell, Pete Wentz, Ana Gastyer, Bobby Moynihan, and Maggie…something? idk she’s skinny and pretty and only sort of funny but anyway 

what the fuck

Bank of America cuts more than 2,600 jobs

CHARLOTTE, NC (Deon Roberts/The Charlotte Observer) -            

Bank of America continues trimming its workforce, with recent cuts focusing on highly paid managerial positions, the Charlotte-based company disclosed Monday.

The bank eliminated 2,667 positions in the second quarter, the latest reductions as CEO Brian Moynihan remains focused on slashing expenses. Following the cuts, the bank has 210,516 employees, down by more than 6,100 from a year ago, the company announced in its second-quarter earnings report.

Chief Financial Officer Paul Donofrio, speaking on a conference call with analysts, said “the employee base continues to drive lower.” Cuts made more recently have centered on high-paying management roles, he said.

The reductions add to the tens of thousands of positions Moynihan has eliminated through layoffs, attrition and business sales since becoming CEO in 2010. Some of the reductions have been in Charlotte, where the bank says it employs about 15,000.

Many of the cuts have come in a unit Bank of America launched in 2011 to deal with large numbers of soured mortgages, many of which it inherited from its 2008 purchase of home loan giant Countrywide. The bank has reduced employment in the unit, as it has lowered the number of troubled mortgages on its books since the recession. Moynihan said Monday that about 900 of the second-quarter job cuts were in the unit, where the bank plans to further reduce costs.

Banks everywhere have been cutting jobs since the recession to cope with a variety of market changes, from fluctuations in mortgage rates to reduced need for branches. San Francisco-based Wells Fargo shed 700 positions in the second quarter.



***For when your lib FB friends float that meme about obama creating more jobs that Reagan…