Itsy Bitsy Spider | Song for Kids | Pancake Manor

Itsy Bitsy Spider | Song for Kids | Pancake Manor


*Gasp* What is it? A spider! I ran across the page! That gives me an idea. Let’s start a new drawing! The Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the water spout Down came the rain and washed the spider out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the Itsy Bitsy Spider climbed up the spout again When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed The Chunky Hunky Spider went up the water spout Down came the rain and almost washed him out Out came the sun and dried up all the rain And the Chunky Hunky Spider squeezed up the spout again When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed All right, my turn now! The Reggie Weggie Spider tried to do it too He brought his submarine It was waterproof! (woo-hoo!) He made it to the top and he got a big surprise Itsy and Chunky had a plate of flies. French flies! When things get tough You can’t give up If you believe, you will succeed

Shadow Fight 2 – Vs Wasp & bodyguards (Eclipse mode)

Shadow Fight 2 – Vs Wasp & bodyguards (Eclipse mode)


Now Playing : Cradle of Filth – Halloween by Thy Name m/ *sorry for no game sound for 1st round, got problem with my earphone xD* *too lazy to talk, thats way i didnt spit a word in this video xD* Now Playing : Cradle of Filth – Mannequin m/

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali


Welcome to this week’s Movie Math, where apparently
not all abs are created equal. Yes, Marvel Studios – and its legion of diehard fans – got
some bad news that is hard to dispute, despite the best efforts that will surely be made.
From the comments down below on this video to the industry trades, some of which are
already trying to do Marvel a solid by explaining how this is NOT a situation akin to that of
the 2011 debut of Green Lantern. Oddly though, in their defense the industry trades make
no mention of the fact that Fox’s Marvel movies X-Men First Class and The Wolverine also opened
in the mid 50s, and still both went on to earn worldwide totals that would at least
make Ant-Man break even. Nevertheless, the real question this Monday morning is whether
or not Marvel – and its fans – can swallow this news and digest it, making themselves
smarter and stronger in the process – or if they’ll deny it to their very core, compounding
the problem at the least and potentially leading to dark days if not their downfall at the
very worst. I’ll discuss Marvel’s bigger problems later this week, but right now let’s just
focus on Ant-Man. Opening with fifty-eight million, Ant-Man is thankfully number one
but is also Marvel Studios’ lowest debut since The Incredible Hulk back in 2008. Not exactly
the note on which Kevin Feige and company wished to end Phase Two. Remember that Saturday
Night Live sketch post Guardians of the Galaxy that boasted fans would watch any Marvel movie?
Well nobody’s laughing now as that is clearly not the case. Marvel could NOT interest general
audiences in the character of Ant-Man, nor could they be a fairy-godmother to the talent
involved. Paul Rudd? This is by far and away the biggest box office debut of his career!
Same goes for Michael Douglas and Peyton Reed. But fabulous number for that trio simply do
not meet Marvel standards, hinting that Feige’s pixie dust can only do so much. Some fans
are already trying to say that loyalty to Edgar Wright unfairly drove moviegoers away,
but that seems unlikely as his films have never gotten near fifty million TOTAL, much
less in their debuts. Simply not enough people are familiar with Wright’s work, or even Wright
himself, for such supposed loyalty to genuinely be a factor. One could argue that a lack of
female appeal hurt Ant-Man – Evangeline Lilly and The Wasp were essentially benched for
the movie – yet last year Guardians of the Galaxy’s spectacular opening weekend audience
also skewed male. But, what’s done is done and this is Ant-Man’s starting point. We can
only now speculate on the film’s prospects, and encouragingly Ant-Man received an A Cinemascore,
hinting at a strong multiple – which means it could make up some ground in the long run.
Plus once again it looks like overseas audiences will rescue another Hollywood flick in distress,
as Ant-Man opened stronger than expected – so strong that its worldwide total is right where
it should be despite an underwhelming domestic debut. As for a sequel, Ant-Man cost one hundred
and thirty million to make, not including advertising. That means it will have to earn
a little over three hundred million to basically break even, but ideally should end up in the
four hundred million range worldwide to have a solid standing in comparison to its fellow
Marvel films. (I’m trying to factor in inflation here for as realistic a diagnosis as possible.)
And thankfully Paul Rudd has already filmed his scenes for Civil War, which will give
him another opportunity to ingratiate himself with audiences. But considering how crowded
Marvel’s upcoming slate already is, it’s hard to imagine Feige was ever planning to make
a sequel. Yes, perhaps Hank Pym isn’t the only one who went into this mission feeling
that Scott Lang is expendable… As for the weekend’s other new release, it
seems Amy Schumer DOES have a fairy godmother! There’s been a full-court press over the last
few months to take Schumer’s career to the next level, and it seems to have been a bonafide
success. Not only did her TV show just receive five Emmy nominations, but now her feature
film debut – which she also wrote – seriously over-performed at the box office. Expected
to open with twenty million if she was lucky, Schumer is now laughing all the way to bank
with a thirty million debut. That’s not only the second best debut of Judd Apatow’s career
after Knocked Up – which launched Seth Rogen’s career – but also topped the debut of Melissa
McCarthy’s Spy earlier this year! This is also a very strong return to form for romantic
comedies, which have almost completely disappeared over the last few years. Expect everyone involved
to sign onto new projects if the film holds up, even LeBron James who was hoping his role
here would launch an acting career. Indeed, over the last few weeks he’s practically gotten
as much press for the movie as Schumer – and definitely more than Bill Hader. John Cena,
who’s already set to appear in Sisters, could also benefit. But even if Trainwreck can’t
maintain its momentum at the box office, this strong debut guarantees more big screen work
for Schumer. Only question is will she continue to write her own ticket, or see if she can
join someone else’s cast and perhaps send her rising star into turbo drive. As for the
rest of the box office, Minions fell about ten percent more in its second weekend than
either of its predecessors, yet is already past the six hundred million mark worldwide
– and the fourth most successful film of the year. In fact, Universal dominates the top
five for 2015, with only Disney and Marvel Avengers Age of Ultron able to keep them from
having a straight flush. Meanwhile Pixar’s Inside Out is closing in on five hundred million,
with Minions indeed taking advantage of the film’s slow overseas rollout. Then with the
rest of the top ten, only Jurassic World enjoyed a solid hold with a drop of about thirty-seven
percent while the rest dropped fifty percent or more. In the specialty box office, both
Mr Holmes and Irrational Man failed to post the kind of per theater average that it takes
to get a box office headline these days, while it’s impossible to gauge the success of The
Stanford Prison Experiment as on-demand sales don’t have to be reported – just like Netflix
ratings. Apparently the digital age will be a murky age as well. And finally another Indian
film hit theaters this weekend yet failed to break into the top ten as did Baahubali
last weekend. Still, with an international cut of Baahubali in the works, we might still
see it pop back into the top ten at a later date. As for this coming weekend, Adam Sandler
looks to get some much needed positive publicity with a number one debut for Pixels, while
Paper Towns will battle Ant-Man and Minions for second place. And Southpaw is expected
to open with fourteen million, par for the course with Jake Gyllenhaal. And that’s
the weekend box office, breaking down tinseltown! I’m Grace Randolph and we just did some
Movie Math – as always, thanks for watching, and I hope you’ll go Beyond The Trailer
for these other top movies…

Bee Gees – For Whom The Bell Tolls

Bee Gees – For Whom The Bell Tolls


♪ ♪ ♪ I STUMBLE IN THE NIGHT ♪ ♪ NEVER REALLY KNEW WHAT
IT WOULD’VE BEEN LIKE ♪ ♪ YOU’RE NO LONGER
THERE TO BREAK MY FALL ♪ ♪ THE HEARTACHE OVER YOU ♪ ♪ I GAVE IT EVERYTHING BUT
I COULDN’T GET THROUGH ♪ ♪ I NEVER SAW THE SIGNS ♪ ♪ YOU’RE THE LAST TO
KNOW WHEN LOVE IS BLIND ♪ ♪ ALL THE TEARS AND
THE TURBULENT YEARS ♪ ♪ WHEN I WOULD NOT
WAIT FOR NO ONE ♪ ♪ I DIDN’T STOP, TAKE
A LOOK AT MYSELF ♪ ♪ AND SEE ME LOSING YOU ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ WHEN THE LONELY
HEART BREAKS ♪ ♪ IT’S THE ONE
THAT FORSAKES ♪ ♪ IT’S THE DREAM
THAT WE STOLE ♪ ♪ AND I’M MISSING YOU MORE ♪ ♪ AND THE FIRE
THAT WILL ROAR ♪ ♪ THERE’S A HOLE IN MY SOUL ♪ ♪ FOR YOU IT’S GOODBYE ♪ ♪ AND FOR ME IT’S TO CRY ♪ ♪ FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ SEEN YOU IN A MAGAZINE ♪ ♪ A PICTURE AT A PARTY ♪ ♪ WHERE YOU
SHOULDN’T HAVE BEEN ♪ ♪ HANGIN’ ON THE ARM
OF SOMEONE ELSE ♪ ♪ I’M STILL IN
LOVE WITH YOU ♪ ♪ WON’T YOU COME BACK
TO YOUR LITTLE BOY BLUE ♪ ♪ I’VE COME TO FEEL INSIDE ♪ ♪ THIS PRECIOUS LOVE
WAS NEVER MINE ♪ ♪ NOW I KNOW BUT
A LITTLE TOO LATE ♪ ♪ THAT I COULD NOT
LIVE WITHOUT YOU ♪ ♪ IN THE DARK OF
THE BROAD DAYLIGHT ♪ ♪ I PROMISE I’LL BE THERE ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ WHEN THE LONELY
HEART BREAKS ♪ ♪ IT’S THE ONE
THAT FORSAKES ♪ ♪ IT’S THE DREAM
THAT WE STOLE ♪ ♪ AND I’M MISSING YOU MORE ♪ ♪ AND THE FIRE
THAT WILL ROAR ♪ ♪ THERE’S A HOLE IN MY SOUL ♪ ♪ FOR YOU IT’S GOODBYE ♪ ♪ AND FOR ME IT’S TO CRY ♪ ♪ FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS ♪ ♪ I NEVER KNEW THERE’D
BE TIMES LIKE THIS ♪ ♪ WHEN I COULDN’T
REACH OUT TO NO ONE ♪ ♪ AM I NEVER GONNA
FIND SOMEONE ♪ ♪ THAT KNOWS ME LIKE YOU DO ♪ ♪ ARE YOU LEAVING ME
A HELPLESS CHILD ♪ ♪ WHEN IT TOOK SO
LONG TO SAVE ME ♪ ♪ FIGHT THE DEVIL AND
THE DEEP BLUE SEA ♪ ♪ I’LL FOLLOW YOU ANYWHERE ♪ ♪ I PROMISE I’LL BE THERE ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ WHEN THE LONELY
HEART BREAKS ♪ ♪ IT’S THE ONE
THAT FORSAKES ♪ ♪ IT’S THE DREAM
THAT WE STOLE ♪ ♪ AND I’M MISSING YOU MORE ♪ ♪ AND THE FIRE
THAT WILL ROAR ♪ ♪ THERE’S A HOLE IN MY SOUL ♪ ♪ FOR YOU IT’S GOODBYE ♪ ♪ AND FOR ME IT’S TO CRY ♪ ♪ FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS ♪