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This Crazy 'Ant-Man' Theory Actually Makes Sense
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Everything Is Papier-Mâché On 'True Detective' Episode 2
Corporate Takedowns. The Illuminati. Super-villain cops caught on cell phone cameras. All current cultural heavyweights that are animated into band Tribe Society's music video for their single 'Kings' off their new EP, Lucid Dreams.
If you had a Minion of your own to take home, which one would you pick? "Bob. I tend to go for more the heart. Kevin is more like the mind, right? I like Bob because of his charm."
I attended Kim Kardashian West Live at the Castro Theater In San Francisco on June 30th. She was signing her book, Selfish and was interviewed by Judge LaDoris Cordell outgoing San Jose Police Independent Auditor. Here are 10 things I learned.
If you saw Pixar's Inside Out at the Grove Movie Theater in Los Angeles last Friday, you should know that the middle aged woman sobbing in the back row was me.
Most of it is comedic and that grates against the solemn overall purpose of the movie. When the time comes at the end of the film for the story to be taken seriously it has lost most of the interest and confidence of its audience.
Inside Out is an extraordinary creation that is both heart-wrenching and so very real; if you see one movie this summer, let it be this.
More than a century ago, people across the world passed in front of the Lumières' camera. Some stared, trying to divine its purpose. Others tried to avoid the contraption, preferring to slip out of view.
It's been thirty-one years since the The Terminator first wowed audiences, and my fear as I stare down the abyss into the dark future is that they'll just keep cranking these things out forever and always until the end of time. They. Will. Not. Stop.
Only a select few musicians and musical groups and characters and contexts such as the Grateful Dead have had the capacity and creativity to initiate communitas in so many, so consistently, and with such tremendous transformative impact.
This is a cute movie - colorful, silly, good storyline. Well-played, Disney. Throw Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, and Mindy Kaling into the mix and there's enough money to feed a gazillion hungry kids (hint, hint). BUT -- let's keep it real -- it's more than just a colorful eyeball party.
I am thirty-five, single, and I have no children. The closest thing to a child that I have is my incredibly adorable dog whom I love to dote on. I make this confession because even with this fully disclosed, I find myself strangely connected and drawn to Bravo's new family-centric scripted series Odd Mom Out.
World leaders must change the course of history and the focus of their modus operandi or leave room for new leadership with alternative horizons. Africa must gain visibility and increasing importance in twenty-first century Earth.
Sheer Sheeran-mania came to Berkeley, California, last Friday night. As around 8,500 fans packed into Ed Sheeran's sold-out show at the Greek Theater, thousands more gathered outside, climbing tall trees and steep hills to get a glimpse and to hear the sound spilling from the open-air arena.
What gets lost in the strip routines of Magic Mike, the articles about body building, and the occult romance of True Blood is, perhaps, Joe Manganiello's most impressive characteristic: he's incredibly bright. According to him, everything he has is primarily a result of his brain, not his body.
2015 marks the 35th year that PBS will air America's national Independence Day celebration live from the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
Gathering of the Vibes is one of the biggest music festivals of the Northeast and one of my personal favorites. I have been attending Vibes for fifteen years and have seen the ebb and flow of it.