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Anguilla gave me life and made me who I am today. I got a full dose of gospel, soul and R&B music during my journeys to nearby islands where we would perform spiritual dance with our church group.
As a Jew, I'm becoming more and more upset with the fact that Trump hasn't really focused on insulting us more than he has.
"What Do You Mean," like "Blurred Lines," points to a consensual ambiguity where a woman's partner takes interpretation into his own hands by presuming (incorrectly) to know what she's thinking -- even when she says otherwise.
Donald Trump isn't going to be the next President. Heck, I've even said that he absolutely needs to drop out of this election. But he's definitely here to stay for the GOP primary. Get used to it.
Alex Gibney is befuddled by why average people would mourn the death of Steve Jobs, someone they'd never met who Gibney sees mostly as a jerk who ran an electronics company. But to see Jobs as only that not only misunderstands the man, but the world we live in today.
Robinson's star has been steadily rising and with his new prime time television show "Mr. Robinson," which premiered Aug. 5, this could be his breakout moment. After playing supporting roles in projects like The Office, and Pineapple Express, Mr. Robinson is a customized role made to showcase Craig's unique skill set.
There have been rumors of remakes. James Cameron was supposed to work on this but he's been tied up with Avatar sequels for some time. What I fear is a CGI blowout that overwhelms the story (a good example of this is War of the Worlds with Tom Cruise).
During the JFK Administration, the late President addressed a crowd in Berlin, stating "Ich bin ein Berliner.' Contrary to urban legend, JFK did not state: "I am a Donut." Germans interpret his comment to be "I am one with the people of Berlin."
Rather than let The Donald be the sole beneficiary of the media's fascination with his Travelling Snake Oil Show, the Bush campaign has figured out how to share top billing, and use Trump's insults as leverage for equal attention on their message that Trump is not a true conservative.
Palermo Shooting is not a perfect film. At points, I was thinking...ok, just go with it. But there are so many fascinating moments that it really deserves a wide U.S. distribution. Not the least, America's best bad boy, Dennis Hopper gets to play his old nemesis ...death.
Prince does appear as if like magic. Maybe it's his slender frame or the prototypical Prince outfit that he's never caught not wearing, complete with a pair of 3-inch man pumps that have defined so many of his rock star style moments.
How Do You Feel Now? is a record about expectations versus reality. My post-college "adult" life was nothing like I'd imagined growing up. I was in my late 20's and still living at home.
This week the film A Walk in the Woods, based on Bill Bryson's 1998 best-selling book, comes out in theaters. Sierra Club radio host Orli Cotel spoke with director Ken Kwapis about working (and walking) in the woods with Hollywood icons Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, and how the film changed his relationship to the outdoors. The following excerpt is adapted from their interview.
An homage to a love triangle about white colonialists is going to present some, uh, challenges to an artist who just wants to make a three-minute music video to put on her VEVO page -- and Taylor Swift found that out the hard way. The singer debuted her vid for "Wildest Dreams" at the VMAs Sunday night, and even the most casual observer would have noticed that -- for a clip that's set in Africa -- it's about as white as a Sunday morning farmer's market.
"I base a lot of my character's intention from my stepmother and father's experiences," Good admitted, "And also my own feelings on why Vega would put herself in harm's way."
Over the course of our lives, we all receive a handful of phone calls that we can never forget. Exactly where we were, who we were with, the weather that day. Every detail permanently etched into our memories. When reflecting back on the making of No Escape, there are three phone calls that epitomize the incredible highs and crushing lows of this odyssey.