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There are also, at minimum, four additional McCallister cousins when we see them all gathered at the swanky Paris apartment, though they don’t feature enough to qualify for this ranking. And that’s correct: It has come time to judge the McCallister kids of Home Alone based on arbitrary subjective criteria. Some may wonder if it’s fair to appraise a group of (almost entirely) children based on (at most) two scenes’ worth of character development. But to that I say: This is what we do with our holiday classics. We break them down and reassemble them like toys on Christmas morning. Around this time each year, some people choose to argue whether Home Alone or its immediate sequel (to say absolutely nothing of the third installment) is the superior edition of the franchise. Others take to pointing out that one cameo that hasn’t aged so well. This year, an entire group of you are wrestling with the revelation that Moira from Schitt’s Creek had a whole … [Read more...] about Here’s the Only
You may have seen this photogenic lagoon on Instagram. It is precisely what it sounds like: blue, and a specific milky blue that is rare enough in nature to look implausible, as though God himself had put a VSCO filter on it. Seven years ago, I was trapped at the office on a weekend with some co-workers when we discovered a website selling discounted plane tickets to Iceland. Our tickets got us there in May, but Iceland was the most wintery place I’d ever been. Not only in temperature — although that, obviously — but in all things. Icelanders were comfortable with negative space. They seemed to drink alcohol in great quantities but without aggression. At a gift shop, I bought a candle that described itself as “scented with rhubarb and longing.” Bathers at the Blue Lagoon stood beneath an artificial waterfall that was calibrated to feel “like being beaten by trolls,” as I recall a sign explaining. … [Read more...] about Is It Possible to Enjoy This Winter?