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“Started by Christopher Meledandri, the producer behind Opportunity Knocks and Cool Runnings, who helped acquire and oversee Blue Sky Studios, the computer animation studio which produced the Ice Age series and Robots.”
“More down to earth, and in keeping with its proximity to the Olympics site, Films On Fridges offers a selection of sports films, fictional (Rocky, Cool Runnings) and factual (Pumping Iron, Fire In Babylon).”
“I've read scientific papers on both sides of the story and have attended several of Steve Runnings (Nobel Peace Prize Laureate for researching global warming, currently at the University of Montana) courses, and by the way he does not work for the UN.”
“And unlike the movie Cool Runnings, you don't just come to a stop mid-track.”
“Reuters Those Lovable Underdogs In the "Cool Runnings" tradition (alas, the Jamaican bobsled team didn't even win in the movies): Ghana may not exactly be a polar region, but former safari guide Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong (aka "The Snow Leopard") will compete in slalom and giant slalom just six years after he learned to ski at an indoor facility in England.”
“We stayed at a place called Cool Runnings and just chilled out for a few days.”
“I knew not to expect a happy ending, and yet I still held out hope for something more (even when the Jamaican bobsled team of Cool Runnings loses their climactic race due to sled sabotage, they still carry their sled across the finish line to rounds of applause and cheering from the Olympic crowds).”
“Oh, who am I kidding – the thing I REALLY liked was finding out that the guy who made “National Treasure” had also made “3 Ninjas” and “Cool Runnings.””
“Runnings or haute couture, Tyra Banks or even video games, these modern forms of minstrelsy are blatantly racist.”
“Like the Jamaican bob sled team at the end of "Cool Runnings", carrying their sled across the finish line.”
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