The 25 most iconic film quotes

What makes an iconic film quote? It should be a memorable part of the movie, of course. The film it is from should also be identifiable based on the recitation of the line alone. But the most iconic quotes, however, are the ones that are so famous that you can’t even use those words in casual conversation without them reminding the average person of the movie. To celebrate the 75th...
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Lasagnas, bakes and chilis you can use to feed the whole family for the rest of Thanksgiving weekend

Thanksgiving can turn you into one big ball of stress, especially if you are hosting family through the weekend. After slaving away to make the perfect Thanksgiving dinner, you then have to figure out how to feed everyone over the next few days! But fear not – putting food on the table after Turkey Day is actually quite simple when you use your leftovers to make lasagna or casserole...
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Supreme being: A look back on the life of Diana Ross

On November 17, 2017, Diana Ross will receive the American Music Awards' Lifetime Achievement honor. Ross already won the Grammys' equivalent award in 2012 and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. She's not exactly lacking for recognition. But anything that gets Ross out on stage and in front of the cameras should be considered a blessing. She is the First Lady...
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Famous songs you didn't know were covers

The soundtrack to the Whitney Houston/Kevin Costner flick "The Bodyguard" was responsible for some remarkable achievements. Ever since they began tracking individual units scanned, it was the first album to sell a million copies in a single week, was nominated for two Oscars for Best Original Song (making it one of only 16 films to ever pull that achievement), and "I Will Always...
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The 25 best soundtracks of the '90s

It was the decade of grunge, hip-hop and techno, and while Hollywood milked all of these musical genres for every last drop of marketability, many of the best soundtracks of the '90s were backwards-looking compilations of familiar and forgotten classics. The decade's defining filmmakers – among them Spike Lee, Quentin Tarantino, Paul Thomas Anderson and Wes Anderson – took their...
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Something's missing from the AMA's: Women

The 2017 American Music Awards will be announced this Sunday, Nov. 19, and the list of nominees for this year’s Artist of the Year honor is testosterone-heavy. And it’s certainly not because the ladies took the year off.For the first time in the history of the American Music Awards, there are no female artists nominated for the top honor, Artist of the Year. None.The nominees for...
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The 20 moments that defined Bruno Mars

The 2017 American Music Awards are just around the corner, and by the looks of it, it'll be a night heavy on Bruno Mars. The charismatic and highly energetic performer leads all nominations with eight, including "Artist of the Year," "Best Pop/Rock Album" and "Video of the Year." In anticipation of what will most likely be a big night for Bruno Mars, here are the 20 moments in his...
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The best musical collaborations of all time

It stands to reason that great artists should turn out great work when putting their minds together. Of course, that's not always true, as the music world is littered with mediocre to outright awful collaborative efforts. These are some of the greatest collaborations of all time, however, be they songs, albums, live performances or even partnerships (though we won't count those in the same band).
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The biggest Latino crossover music stars of all time

Very few people are capable of reaching the top of the Latin music charts. Even fewer are able to take that success and build on it, using it to propel themselves into mainstream acceptance. These 12 artists were able to do the improbable!
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Ranking the best musical collaborations featuring Latino artists

Whether it be rock or hip hop, these are the greatest collaborations between some of music's biggest names and top artists from Latin America. 
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Movies, music and artists who brought disco into the mainstream

It's arguably the most reviled pop cultural movement of the last fifty years, but for those who lived through its glory days, disco was a damn good time. Musically, it was an offshoot of the funk genre pioneered by James Brown and popularized by George Clinton. Culturally, it was a desperately upbeat retreat from the malaise of Vietnam and the rampant corruption of the Nixon administration...
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'Despacito' and more famous songs that were once banned

This summer, officials in Malaysia announced that Luis Fonsi’s megahit “Despacito”—now the most-streamed song of all time—won’t be welcome on government-owned radio stations in the country. It’s “un-Islamic” and “unsuitable to be heard,” a Malaysian government minister said. It’s the biggest recent case of pop censorship, but there is a long tradition of broadcasters and politicians...
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The 20 best movie soundtracks and scores of the 1970s

In the most simplistic of terms, yes, the soundscape of the '70s was defined by disco, but literally no one – including the very band that helped launch it into the mainstream – had any idea it would turn into a decade-defining cultural movement. While it's been a full 40 years since a folk-rock band of brothers turned mirror balls into year-round dance floor mistletoe, let's not...
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The best side dishes to bring to your Friendsgiving dinner

Possibly one of the best modern traditions is having Friendsgiving, either in place of a traditional family Thanksgiving or in the weeks ahead, showing your friends they're just as important to break bread with and give thanks as any relative. If you're not not hosting, here are twenty sides to bring to the party to say thank you for being a friend. 
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20 easy and delicious apple desserts perfect for Thanksgiving

Fall means peak time for apples and making all the wonderful dishes that go along with them. With so many options for apple-friendly desserts, it can be hard to choose what to whip up for your Thanksgiving meal. After all, one cannot live on pumpkin pie alone. 
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Don't forget these key items at the store for Thanksgiving

It never fails. We check all of our recipes twice, make our shopping list and check everything off while at the grocery store just to discover we've forgotten a key ingredient or kitchen tool we desperately need once we start cooking Thanksgiving dinner. Instead of trying to scavenge for the last of the cream at the corner store on Thanksgiving morning, double-check your list against...
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25 best films about the veteran experience

Hollywood and the military have always had a unique and sometimes complicated relationship. While numerous films depict feats of heroism on the battlefield, few films truly capture the difficulties in transitioning from combat to civilian life. That said, films like 2017's "Thank You For Your Service" show a commitment towards sharing the stories of returning vets, highlighting their...
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When college radio went mainstream—and 20 bands that came with it

In the early 1980s, a new generation of radio programmers took over the airwaves at college radio stations around the United States, introducing their fellow students to underground rock, British and European imports, regional punk scenes, and a different kind of hip-hop than you’d hear on commercial stations. A few years later, some of those bands started showing up on MTV and breaking...
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The 25 most patriotic films of all time

 Veterans' Day is quickly approaching, which means it's time to remember and honor the sacrifices our veterans have made for our nation. If you’re looking to unwind after a long week (since the holiday is technically Saturday, though some folks may have Friday off), you might consider curling up on the couch to watch a movie. But you can’t just watch any movie on Veterans' Day; it...
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The 25 most adapted authors of all time

In 1899, motion picture pioneer George Méliès produced a film based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "Cinderella." It was the first literary adaptation in the medium's history, beginning a tradition that has provided Hollywood with some of its most memorable and successful films. While many of today's bestselling authors write with an eye toward adaptability (it's really good money...
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The longest-living Hollywood stars still with us

With stars like Connie Sawyer and Norman Lloyd celebrating milestone birthdays of 105 and 103 respectively this month, we should take a moment to honor some of our favorite superstars who have been making us laugh and cry for decades — from radio shows to Twitter accounts, these stars haven't stopped performing for generations. 
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A-Rod with Jennifer Lopez at Miami game, wears turnover chain

A-Rod and J-Lo are seemingly everywhere these days. On Saturday night, they were in Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens to watch the Hurricanes and Virginia Tech.ABC/ESPN flashed to a shot of Rodriguez and his girlfriend in a box taking in the game. They were joined by A-Rod’s two daughters. The best part was seeing Alex wear the Miami turnover chain: The turnover chain is one of...
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25 films that are secretly deeper than you thought

The act of concealing a film's true meaning from an audience is as intellectually bold as it is commercially reckless. People abhor being sold one thing, only to find out they paid for something entirely different. Darren Aronofsky's "Mother!" recently suffered a grisly box office fate for bait-and-switching a gonzo art film in place of a psychological thriller. But that was a blatant...
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While trying to avoid the gun debate, the CMAs wade in even deeper

On the night of October 12, country superstar Jason Aldean performed at the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was his first concert since being on stage at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, the site of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, an Aldean wanted to talk to his audience about what he had witnessed. After about four or five minutes of what appeared...
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WATCH: George W. Bush throws out first pitch at Game 5 of World Series

The Astros enlisted the help of a former MLB team owner in helping get Game 5 of the World Series underway.Former president H.W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush, took the field at Minute Maid Park before the game began, tasked with throwing out the first pitch. H.W. Bush then handed the ball to his son, who made his way out to the mound, and initially motioned as if he was going...
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LOOK: Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel spotted at Game 2 of World Series

With Justin Verlander on the mound for the Astros in Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday, it made sense that another famous Justin was watching in the stands at Dodger Stadium.Justin Timberlake was shown on the videoboard at one point during the game, and he was seen pointing to his Dodgers cap, seated alongside wife Jessica Biel. It looked like the two were having a lot of fun...
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Rob Lowe waves Dodgers flag on dugout

Famed actor Rob Lowe is a lifelong Dodgers fan, so it’s no surprise that he was at Game 1 of the World Series on Tuesday.It had been 29 years since the Dodgers last appeared in the World Series, so the team made sure to go the extra mile entertaining their fans. That included celebrities waving a Dodgers flag. George Lopez and Ken Jeong were among the actors who were given that honor...
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Jenn Sterger calls out Sam Ponder over tweet sent during Favre scandal

The loyal cult following of Barstool Sports is prepared to wage a full-fledged war against ESPN, and Jenn Sterger is providing the “Stoolies” with plenty of ammunition.On Monday night, Sterger blasted ESPN for the network’s “hypocrisy” in abruptly ending its relationship with Barstool Sports after just one episode of “Barstool Van Talk” aired. In order to illustrate her point, Sterger...
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Juice This: Let ‘Em Kneel

Is the NFL really waning in popularity?Are ticket sales down? Are TV ratings too?Well, yes, but that’s according to Breitbart and we all know whose word they take.That Trump guy.That Trump guy who says the NFL business is down because the players are disrespecting the flag, disrespecting the anthem and disrespecting the soldiers around the world who fight to protect the freedoms...
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What Trump doesn't understand about the protests

This week, with thousands of American citizens in Houston, Florida, and Puerto Rico still without electricity or running water, his legislative agenda crumpling around him, and a nuclear-armed dictator threatening to attack the United States and its allies, the president decided it would be a prudent gesture to dive head-first into the world of sports. In doing so, he’s managed to...
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September 27, 2017  |  Discuss

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