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We can be heroes: 20 best movies based on real-life military operations

Truth is often stranger (and more entertaining!) than history, which is why so many films are based on true stories. This includes countless movies based on actual military or other governmental agency operations, like the upcoming film “7 Days in Entebbe,” which recounts Operation Entebbe (also called Operation Thunderbolt), a terrorism-related hostage rescue undertaken by commandos...
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Television's 20 greatest dynamic duos

I don't think I'm blowing anyone's mind by saying that two is better than one. It takes two to make a thing go right, just as it takes two to tango. And it takes at least two people to play "Frog baseball," to have a proper roast of music videos, and of course, it takes two to work the drive-thru. Everything is just better with a friend – even if all they do is talking about "scoring...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Who are the Oscar nominees outside of their nominated character?

The problem with an Oscar-caliber role is that for the rest of your career, people tend to think of you only as that character; not as a human person who laughs at how poorly they play boardgames like Catchphrase, possessing good dance moves and a surprisingly solid basketball shot. While we never truly get to see behind a performer's mask, it's fun when we get to catch glimpses...
February 20, 2018  |  Discuss

Best talk show appearance and interviews from Oscar noms

Being an artist is more than just being an artist – you have to work the circuit to make sure people buy into your creation. The best talk show hosts know this isn't always a fun duty for shy writers, cagey directors and actors who value their privacy, and only the very talented know how to delicately and expertly tease out the funniest and most personal stories their guests are...
February 20, 2018  |  Discuss

The 17 current Oscar-nominated films that have been seen the least

The nominees of the 90th Academy Awards (airing on Sunday, March 4) were announced in late January, meaning film fans have already had a month to see the various contenders. And considering the fact that all films had to have been released prior to the start of 2018, it has actually been at least a couple months, or even up to a year, in some cases. So how many people actually saw...
February 19, 2018  |  Discuss

Predicting the 2018 Academy Award nominees

2017 was shaping up to be an unremarkable year for Hollywood, but that all changed in September with the shocking revelations of sexual misconduct perpetrated by some of the industry's most powerful men. Handing out Oscars may feel trivial in such a climate, but given the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' recent diversity initiatives, this year's ceremony gives the industry...
January 17, 2018  |  Discuss

Russell Westbrook, Nick Collison recreate ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ for Halloween

The Oklahoma City Thunder begin their season on Thursday night, when they take on the Knicks, so that’s probably why Russell Westbrook and teammate Nick Collison elected to dress up and don their Halloween costumes on Saturday.And it’s safe to say they nailed the look they were going for.Westbrook and Collison dressed up as Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson in “White Men Can’t Jump...
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October 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Don Nelson and Chris Webber: When a perfect match fails

On Valentine’s Day, our thoughts turn to love. Two people finding each other, and the esoteric, mystical force that binds them together. Sometimes, two people seem like a perfect fit on paper, but something about their relationship is inherently toxic. Even when they break up, the aftershocks can last for years, with the collateral damage taking down everyone around them.Such was...
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February 12, 2017  |  Discuss

Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson Headline 'The Duel'

Liam Hemsworth and Woody Harrelson are teaming up for the big screen western thriller The Duel, formerly known as By Way of Helena. The intriguing storyline follows a strange and complex murder investigation with unexpected consequences. The project is part of a western resurgence that kicked off last year with Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight and The Revenant. According...
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May 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Relax, white men — this kid's got you

In 1992, Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson told us that ' White Men Can't Jump .' But at the end of the film, Harrelson's character finally dunks the ball, though did so with some very creative editing. Well, high school junior Christian Terrell just debunked the concept altogether, and needed no creative editing. Seriously, this may be one of the best dunks ever, and the story...
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June 27, 2013  |  Discuss

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