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Harry Potter walks into a bar and mistakes Gandalf for Dumbledore. I’m not telling a joke here, I’m describing the very first sketch of an American comedy group – Studio C – I have ever seen. And that was the beginning of the roller coaster of fun.
Do you know the feeling, when you want to buy something? And you’re browsing through internet to find out as much as you can about the product? Of course you do!
“My house is such a mess”. How many times you hear such a confession from overtired friend? How many times you admit it yourself? It looks like despite all the time spent on cleaning, tidying and scrubbing, effects are never visible for long enough.
Who doesn’t love Disney’s classics? We were growing up watching these magical stories and filling our little minds with dreams of adventures, true love and so. But here’s the funny thing about pretty much EVERYTHING we remember from childhood.
It’s no secret that we, at MTS writing, are great fans of Terry Pratchett’s work. We noticed that so many people out there haven’t seen the “Going postal” movie (based on the book of the same title) simply because they got disappointed with previous screen adaptations of Discworld novels.