Is the media suddenly realizing that there are people who were born before 1945 who are still very much alive? And that there's whole bunch of them? According to the 2010 census, if I read Wikipedia correctly, the figure clocks in at 28,282,721.
On this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, I bring you exclusive audio of an amazing speech given by Laverne Cox at the United States Conferences on AIDS, presented by the National Minority AIDS Council, and held in San Diego in October, 2014.
Remember Blockbuster? In its heyday -- which wasn't so long ago -- Blockbuster had 60,000 employees and 9,000 locations. For most Americans, for a minute anyway, it was the place to rent a movie.
Coming soon to a theater near you: The Misadventures of Adam-Boy! No, that movie doesn't exist yet. But the Native American cinematic community might want to consider such a film, as it may be the best way to exact payback on Adam Sandler.
Everyone's favorite "Uncle Jessie" John Stamos has broken the seal on the Full House comeback -- and it's on like the Beach Boys and a peanut butter/banana sandwich. But will there be any gay characters on the show?
While We're Young follows in the footsteps of the majority of Baumbach's work, as it succeeds admirably in achieving its apparent goal of being yet another terrifically mediocre film.
While Netflix and Redbox each have the largest penetration among subscription and per-use services, even their customers use other services extensively. Among Amazon Amazon Instant Video customers, while 95 percent have a subscription service, most use at least Amazon Prime as that service.
Don't unplug your cable if you aren't ready to deal with the repercussions. I am talking about being able to blame your embarrassing television choices on reruns and lost remotes.
In short, Internet services that originate in another country may not be available in the U.S. right away because it takes time for these business deals to get hammered out. But that doesn't mean you can't get the content you want right now.
Allow yourself space in your life for vacations and down time. Take it without apology. Live. Make this a priority and your life will reach new levels of joy, peace, and success. The busyness can wait.
That much I gleaned from watching Life Itself, the acclaimed documentary from director Steve James (Hoop Dreams), which is based on Ebert's 2011 memoir, and is actually streaming on Netflix now.
Screenshot via Netflix.com [SPOILER ALERT: This has details from Unbreakable, Kimmy Schmidt. If you are not done watching, beware!] In the new hit ...
The choice of mercy, of forgiveness, is anathema to my sense of manhood and my obligation for revenge and justice; but what would come of such forgiveness, besides a rejection of cultural and institutionalized violence and loss of personal pride, if I had the courage to enact it?
The series has already been renewed for a second season, and after the events of the finale I just saw, it's hard to tell what direction the tale will now go, but I think it's safe to say that if you have a spare 325 minutes to binge watch The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, do so.
It's do or die -- a crisis could be the perfect moment to surpass expectations and make a name for yourself.
Young and Beautiful sounds like a terrible soap opera, but this French film by the director of Swimming Pool centers on a teenager with a secret life as a blasé sex worker. (Actually, maybe it could be a soap opera...) Let's just hope mom doesn't find out!