In this edition of Should I Toon In Mr. Eddie takes a look at the newest movie in the Despicable Me franchise. Is this one as good as the originals or does it have more in common with that terrible Minions Movie?
On this edition of Ed Talks Mr. Eddie tells of a really wacky personal experience he recently had, and the beyond wacky repercussions of it!
Los Angeles marketing analyst Michael Boll (James Spader) struggles with insecurity despite his successes — until he meets a mysterious man, Alex (Rob Lowe), who promises to help him gain confidence. However, Alex’s guidance becomes toxic when he introduces Michael to sex, drugs and crime. When Michael’s life begins collapsing, he comes to realize that his mentor is a sociopath. Is it too late, or can Michael escape Alex’s sinister web of machinations?
Throughout the history of popular music, one of the genres greatest gems is the classic duet, especially with a male/female coupling. It brings an added dimension to a great song when you hear from both the male and female point of view. In this article, I will talk about some of the greatest duets in music history. More
Everyone else is talking about the new Augmented Reality Pokemon app, but no one does it quite as wacky as Mr. Eddie:
Well, it still represents the Batman’s character better than “Dawn Of Justice”
There is a lot of conversation about the new Ghostbusters movie. A particular hot topic is the idea that hating the new trailers makes you misogynistic. Mr Eddie gives his view on this controversial manner in his typical fun, wacky, and yet somehow level headed logical way.
A new experimental series Mr. Eddie is trying out. Takethe serious intellectual discussion of Ted Talks and put a completely wacky twist on them by talking about wacky topics. In this first episode Mr Eddie talks about the Sad Tale of Boaty McBoatface. Please leave your feedback on the Youtube Channel!
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Clifford Peache (Chris Makepeace) is a sensitive, well-to-do teen who becomes the target of bully Melvin Moody (Matt Dillon) after he starts attending a new school. Tired of being picked on, Clifford recruits brooding tough kid Ricky Linderman (Adam Baldwin) to be his bodyguard. While this initially works, and Clifford and Linderman form an unlikely friendship, soon circumstances strain their bond. As Clifford is forced to confront Moody again, Linderman has to deal with his own troubled past.