John Cena Smackdown’s the Whisper Challenge

Is there anything John Cena can’t do?

The professional wrestler added yet another victory to his arsenal Wednesday night when he joined Jimmy Fallon for a round of his signature “Whisper Challenge.”

Perfect for playing at home, contestants take turns listening to loud music on a pair of headphones while their competitor reads a word or phrase off of a hidden card. The player who can’t hear has to guess the word, though if often is a lot more difficult then it sounds. However, that wasn’t the cast this time around.

The Seriously Hilarious Boss Baby

The recently released  3D computer-animated comedy film The Boss Baby portrays the what-if-a-baby-becomes-a-sophisticated-professional thought quite astonishingly. The movie is hilarious throughout.

Plot

A man named Tim Templeton (Tobey Maguire) tells a story through his imaginative point of view as his seven year old self (Miles Bakshi) who lives his days having fun with his parents, Ted (Jimmy Kimmel) and Janice (Lisa Kudrow), and wishes it to be just the three of them forever. However, one day, Tim is surprised when a business suit-wearing infant shows up at his house and Ted and Janice proudly call him Tim’s little brother. Tim is envious of the attention the baby is receiving, not to mention suspicious when the infant acts odd around him, but his parents, being blind to the baby’s eccentric behavior, try to convince him that they will grow to love each other.

Soon, Tim learns that the baby can talk like an adult (Alec Baldwin) and he introduces himself as “The Boss Baby”. Seeing an opportunity to be rid of him, Tim decides to record a conversation between him and other toddlers who are over at Tim’s house for a meeting (under the guise of a playdate by the parents) to do something about how puppies are receiving more love than babies. The Boss Baby and the other infants catch Tim with the recording and after a chase scene throughout the backyard and the house, the tape is terminated after The Boss Baby threatens to tear up Tim’s favorite stuffed animal, Lamb-Lamb. With no evidence to support him, Tim is subsequently grounded by his parents for his actions during the chase between him and the infants.

The Boss Baby comes to Tim and has him to suck on a pacifier that transports them to Baby Corp, a place where infants with adult-like minds work to preserve infant love everywhere, but they are virtual, so therefore can not be seen or heard. The Boss Baby explains to Tim that he was sent on a mission to see why puppies are getting more love than infants and he has infiltrated Tim’s residence because his parents work for Puppy Co., which is unleashing a new puppy soon on the day that employees take their children to work. The Boss Baby also explains that he stays intelligent by drinking a substance called ‘The Secret Baby Formula’, which enables a baby to act like an adult, but if a baby does not drink it after a period of time, he or she becomes a regular baby. He hopes to receive a promotion after dealing with Puppy Co.’s new puppy called the “Forever Puppy.”

They discover that Francis E. Francis (Steve Buscemi) used to be the head of Baby Corp. and is now head of Puppy Co. Francis swore revenge on Baby Corp. after they kicked him out since he started to grow.

Tim and Boss Baby then go to Las Vegas to try and stop him. Francis E. Francis then proceeds to lock Tim’s parents up. Tim and Boss Baby fight with him, and then push him into the formula. He returns to his baby state again. Boss Baby opens the rocket to let the dogs out, so they can save Tim’s parents. After he successfully does that, he returns to baby state while still on the rocket, but Tim sings to him to show his appreciation, causing him to jump off of the rocket before it launches, and with that, the family returns home.

Boss Baby gets promoted, and Tim goes back to being an only child, but Tim and Boss Baby, having grown closer, start to miss each other. Boss Baby, fed up, decides to be part of the Templeton family instead of working at Baby Corp. Boss Baby now dubs himself Theodore when he returns to the family. Tim, now an adult, has an older daughter and an infant daughter, who acts exactly like Theodore did when he was Boss Baby.

Papa Kehte Hain Bada Naam Karega — Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak

Lyrics English translation
papa kahate hain bada nam karega Dad says, “he’ll make a great name for himself…
beta hamara aisa kam karega My son will do such astounding things”
magar yeh to koi na jane But what no one knows
ki meri manzil hai kahan is where my exact destination lies.
papa kahate hain bara nam karega Dad says, “he’ll make a great name for himself…
beta hamara aisa kam karega My son will do such astounding things”
magar yeh to koi na jane But what no one knows
ki meri manzil hai kahan is where my exact destination lies
papa kahate hain bara nam karega Dad says, he’ll make a great name for himself…
baithe hain milke sab yar apne All my friends are gathered together here;
sabke dilon men arman yeh hai in all their hearts is this desire.
baithe hain milke sab yar apne All my friends are gathered together here;
sabke dilon men arman yeh hai in all their hearts is this desire.
voh zindagi men kal kya banega What will they make of their tomorrows?
har ek nazar ka sapna yeh hai Everyone’s got some dream in his eyes
koi enginer ka kam karega one will work as an engineer,
business men koi apna nam karega another will make his name in business.
magar yeh to koi na jane But what no one knows
ki meri manzil hai kahan is where my exact destination lies.
papa kahate hain bara nam karega Dad says, he’ll make a great name for himself…
mera to sapna hai ek chehara My dream is a face
dekhke jo usko jhume bahar one glimpse of which causes the spring to arrive
mera to sapna hai ek chehara My dream is a face
dekhke jo usko jhume bahar one glimpse of which causes the spring to arrive
galon men khilti kaliyon ka mausam in her cheeks the season of blooming flowers…
ankhon men jadu honthon men pyar in her eyes magic on her lips love
banda yeh khubsurat kam karega a slave this is the work I’ll do
dil ki duniya men apna nam karega I’ll make my name in the world of lovers
meri nazar se dekho to yaron friends take a look through my eyes
ki meri manzil hai kahan at where my destination lies
papa kahate hain bara nam karega Dad says, he’ll make a great name for himself…

“Who’s Coming With Me?” — Jerry Maguire

Some movies are like that. They never get old. Never become obsolete. Most importantly, they never stop inspiring the viewers about the bright side of dark moments. Jerry Maguire, the 1996 sports film written , produced and directed by Cameron Crowe, staring legendary actors Tom Cruise, Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Renée Zellweger is a finest example of ageless movies. The movie is packed with emotional struggle of a sports agent who risks everything in his career as a consequence of listening to his inner whispering. One such moment is when gets fired from Sports Management International (SMI), the multi-million firm that focuses on athletes’ career building and management.

Jerry Maguire
written by Cameron Crowe

Jerry: Don’t worry… (laughs) don’t worry. I’m not gonna do… what you all think I’m gonna do, which is just FLIP OUT!! (he throws his arms in the air and shakes, sending papers flying) But let me just say, as I ease out of the office, that I helped build… I’m sorry, but it is a FACT… that there is such a thing… as manners. A way of treating people. (a pause, he nods, looks around, sees the fish tank) These fish have manners. These fish have manners. In fact, they’re coming with me. I’m starting a new company, and the fish are coming with me. You can (chuckle) call me sentimental, but the fish are coming with me.

(he takes a long beat scooping two goldfish into a plastic baggie)
Now. If you come with me, this will be the moment of something new, and fun, and inspiring in this GOD FORSAKEN business. And we will do it together. So… who’s coming with me? who’s coming with me and (he points at the baggie, thinks) flipper, here? Huh? (he makes little finger gestures) Who’s coming with me? WHO’S COMING WITH ME? (A beat, everyone in the office stares in silence) This is embarrassing. (a slight pause) Wendy, shall we?

Wendy (Nada Despotovich): Aw, Jer, I’m one month from that pay increase…I…
Jerry: Okay… okay.
(He is angry and downtrodden; he begins to leave.)
Dorothy (Renee Zellweger): I’ll go with you!
Jerry: (points dramatically) Dorothy, thank you!
Dorothy: (mouthing the words, clearly worried) Now?
(Jerry nods)
(She gathers all of her stuff very quickly)
Jerry (once they are ready to leave): We will see you all again…sleep tight!

“You Have a Train To Catch” — Spider Man 2

For a moment, especially in the looming shadow of yet another origin story, it would be easy to overlook the fact that like many a great superhero story, the tale of Spider-Man is one of great action. And with great action comes great action moments. And responsibility. Definitely some responsibility on the part of the filmmaker. While Sam Raimi wasn’t always completely responsible with his Spidey story — he let part three get way out of hand with villains and dance numbers — he never did let us forget that Peter Parker is once-bitten, thrice an action hero.

I think the majority of people who have seen Spider-Man 2, whether it’s the extended or theatrical version, would agree the train fight sequence between Spider-Man and Doc Ock is the best in the film and possibly the best action sequence in any Spider-Man film to-date. The fight is amazingly choreographed, beautifully shot, and showcases both the amazing abilities of Spider-Man and a Doc Ock who can keep up with Spider-Man proving he is a worthy adversary. It’s a great action scene that I’d go as far to as to say it’s one of the best in the history of comic book movies.

The scene below is actually the extended train sequence from the Spider-Man 2.1 DVD release, but we doubt you’ll mind. It’s just an extended version of one of the single most epic superhero moments captured on film (up to that particular point). As he always does, our hero is tossed around, beaten, broken, aided by the denizens of the Big Apple and ultimately triumphant.