But will the mysterious claw also pick up our mail?
On paper, Moby Dick meets Wipeout is a strange pitch. Once we see it in action, though, we want more.
Maybe these cats can work out a schedule to spend time with the toy. Big Cat No. 1 gets it Mondays and Wednesdays, Big Cat No. 2 gets it Tuesdays and Thursdays, Small Cat gets it Fridays and Sundays, and they switch off every Saturday.
Enough with the tampered-with special editions, George Lucas.
They don't call it "pool" for nothing.
This forced perspective just might change your perspective.
The Detroit Tigers got lucky with this draft pick.
And this guy wonders why he got fired from the Gap.
Finally, a group of people figured out how to make speed dating even more efficient.
They've got serious balls to run at each other like this. Just not serious enough.
For those who thought those Mentos in Diet Coke videos were fun, but didn't have quite enough destruction.
Those who play together stay together.
Can you earn a black belt in trolling?
If we're being honest, this is one of Michael Bay's stronger directorial efforts. Three out of five stars.
We've heard of putting the cart before the horse, but the car before the bear?
My neck, my back/ This golf ball I'll give a whack/ My neck, my back/ Green or fairway, we're on track.
When did they make a live-action sequel to Ratatouille?
What a bunch of pushovers.
With man's best friends like this, who needs man's worst enemies?
Someone just scored a touchdown.