Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel made the most of their overseas trip by checking out a match at Wimbledon in London on Tuesday. The couple, who have been married since 2012 and are parents to 3-year-old son Silas, were seen smiling, laughing, posing for photos, and cheering in the stands. The singer is currently in London as part of his Man of the Woods tour and is playing at the O2 Arena this week. Justin announced his support for England in the World Cup and let fans know that he’d be showing the semifinals match against Croatia before his show on Wednesday. Justin and Jessica touched down in the UK after some fun in Paris last week. While there, Justin dropped his new Summer jam, “Soulmate,” which has been playing on repeat ever since.
Daily Archive: July 10, 2018
Going to Europe with your best friend sounds like it would be the perfect trip, right? Well, not for The Spy Who Dumped Me‘s Audrey and Morgan. The two BFFs, played by Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon – both of whom have perfect, hilarious chemistry together, it should be noted – unwittingly find themselves entangled in a dangerous international conspiracy after Audrey discovers her handsome ex-boyfriend, Drew (Justin Theroux), has been a spy all along. Check out our exclusive clip from the comedy, above, before it hits theaters on Aug. 3!
British expat predicts the incoming plan of the opposition to destabilize the Duterte administration
A British living in Cebu, Philippines warned his followers on Facebook about an alleged plan of the opposition to destroy the image of President Rodrigo Duterte. In his post, Nigel Locke, believes that the members of the Liberal Party have been already formed an alliance with the communist to commit extreme measures to lessen the popularity of President Duterte. According […]
After years of criticizing certain policies and remarks of President Rodrigo Duterte, Vice President Leni Robredo has finally embraced the role of opposition leader. Robredo on Tuesday (July 10) said she is willing to lead the opposition amid the emergence of several groups criticizing the administration. “Ngayon mayroong initiatives na iyong iba’t ibang grupong gumagalawa mag-u-unite, at hiningi ng mga […]
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British composer and conductor Oliver Knussen died Sunday at age 66, and since then, the tributes from those who knew and worked with him have flooded the British media. Reading their words, you might be led to believe that there was no finer composer in all of Britain. No more exacting conductor….
“Gauguin: Voyage to Tahiti” is an immersive, strikingly shot, wisely telescoped look at the years — 1891 to 1893 — in which famed post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin escaped the artistic and financial struggles of his Paris life for the jungles of French Polynesia, where he would create some…
Netflix is loved and hated for the fact that it allows people to watch their favorite shows in one giant binge (it’s so depressing when you finish a show so fast!). But the streaming site is also constantly changing its lineup of available movies, and there are actually a ton of gems waiting for you when you’ve knocked out your go-to favorite show or just need a break. And if you’re in the mood for a quality drama, good news! Netflix is currently offering up tons of options, from recent Oscar winners like Spotlight to 1970s classics like The Godfather. Keep reading for 25 must-see dramas to add to your queue.
As part of the generation who was borderline traumatized after watching one of the saddest children’s movies ever, The Land Before Time, I have to admit I still have a bone to pick some 30 years later. In fact, I’d venture to say that I am rip-roaring pissed about dinosaur movies in general. And why is that? Because Hollywood keeps handing out death sentences to all the herbivores, that’s why.
Let’s start with one of the most memorable murders in the history of dinosaur flicks: when Littlefoot’s mother, Mama Longneck, gets completely murked by Sharptooth – a gigantic, mean carnivore – who kills her during a fight by chomping down on her back in The Land Before Time. So Mama Longneck, an Apatosaurus, who did absolutely nothin’ to no one, unjustly lost her life and left Littlefoot to tragically fend for himself for the rest of the movie.
As you can imagine, witnessing this heartbreaking scene as a child really lit a fire in my belly as far as defending giant herbivores is concerned. And much to my chagrin, the death toll didn’t stop there.
Enter Jurassic World, the 2015 flick that I bought tickets for in advance. While I loved the suspenseful action scenes and am certainly not one to complain while feasting my eyes upon a particularly chiseled Chris Pratt, my heart nearly jumped out of my chest midway through the flick when I saw who some of the Indominus Rex’s first casualties were.
Lo and f*cking behold, half a dozen nearly dead Brachiosauruses – another species of long-necked herbivores who straight up mind their own business and eat leaves – were bleeding out all over the hills of Isla Nublar. And what’s worse? We have to watch the characters approach an especially banged up Brachiosaurus and pet him as he fades away.
Strike two, Hollywood.
I completely bawled. In that moment, they had done the herbivores dirty unlike ever before and I, for one, am past the point of forgiveness.
But unfortunately for the gentle giants, the most heartbreaking scene was yet to come in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. I went to an early screening of this movie knowing the long-necked dinos would wind up getting the shaft again. There was nothing that could surprise me – until, that is, I saw the saddest Brachiosaurus death scene of all.
As the human protagonists and a few chosen dinosaurs escape the island of Isla Nublar just before hot lava overruns the island, we are left with the image of a Brachiosaurus full-on wailing and literally begging for its life before the helpless creature is completely gobbled up in flames.
As a grown-ass woman, I completely bawled. In that moment, they had done the herbivores dirty unlike ever before and I, for one, am past the point of forgiveness.
So yes, that was a strike three if I’ve ever seen one!
The bottom line? Herbivores have gotten the sh*t end of the stick for far too long, and something needs to be done about it. Whether we picket or start a herbivore support group, something has to change for these gentle giants ASAP. Who’s with me?
A day after the “Laguna outing” of Robredo and PET revisors scandalized the internet, Leni Robredo immediately held a press conference anointing herself as the leader of the opposition against the Duterte government. While critics called the Robredo coming out as a means to deflect the focus away from the embarrassing Laguna “outing”, Cebu-based blogger Mike Acebedo Lopez agrees with […]
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“Custody” is a time bomb of the most devastating sort. The ticking starts slowly, almost imperceptibly, but it never lets up, never stops inexorably increasing in volume, until a conclusion as devastating as it is inevitable.
As written and directed by French filmmaker Xavier Legrand in a formidable…