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And The Oscar May Go To… – Academy Awards Nominees 2016

After knowing the nominees for the BAFTA awards, now it’s time to find out who are this year’s nominees for the Academy Awards and it seems that almost everything was quite expected. Alejandro González Iñárritu’s ‘The Revenant’ will be the favorite of this year, with 12 nominations. With a surprising 10 nominations that include Best Film, Best Director and Best Cinematography, ‘Mad ...

Cat does seven sit ups then gets exhausted in hilarious video

Cats seem to be getting in on the New Year’s resolutions as well. This grey feline has its legs crossed and does a few sit ups before giving up on exercising, exhausted. Sound familiar? The video was captured in China.

New Rey merchandise in the second wave of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Toys

Considering that Rey is the main character, people have found it strange that our new popular scavenger protagonist was missing from some toy sets. But Daisy Ridley’s character is coming to stores in a galaxy very nearby this month. “This new wave of product has got key elements from the film. You see Rey with a saber, her blaster, and ...

Relationships in 2016 Part 2: Bringing goofy back to your marriage!

“We use to be goofy and laugh,” the counselor hears for the 3,000th time in therapy.

Remember the days where you would crack silly jokes and would laugh in bed for hours, never wanting to separate from your lover and wishing you could quit all other obligations just to stay right there at that moment… in love.

Slowly the butterflies in your stomach ceased, as you were “told they would”, and real life sets in. You decided to move the relationship forward, got busy with married life, had children and added other new obligations into your world.

The spark that brings people together can sometimes begin to fade, others burn out completely and some couples struggle to bring it back.



What if getting the laughter back in your marriage doesn’t require a trip to the moon but just enough effort to bring the laughter and fun back to your love.
If you are like most people you can take life and yourself a little too seriously and that always stunts laughter. Laughter connects people and remains a critic

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This music expert asked to talk about David Bowie looks a lot like David Bowie

This ‘music expert’ called Jack Steven was asked to talk about David Bowie on Sky news – after the music icon passed away following an 18 month battle with cancer. But notice something? You are forgiven for doing a double take, for he looks a lot like Bowie himself.   This guy on Sky News talking about David Bowie looks a ...

What An EnJOYment – A Review Of David O. Russell’s ‘Joy’

David O. Russell has finally made it through. ‘Joy’ has everything: good story, good cast and finally, a convincing message. In his own and recognisable style, Russell has presented us a story of an example of courageous and rebel woman, but not necessarily in a feminine point of view. Women will absolutely be encouraged and entertained after watching this; and men as well. ...

David Bowie: How well do you know our friend?

After 18 months fighting a battle with cancer, the creative enigma David Bowie has left us in body but never in spirit. In his 69 years, Bowie achieved and mastered the power of imagination and creativity, artistically, lyrically, as a designer, actor and while wearing many other hats. “As was the case with Miles Davis in jazz, Bowie has come ...

David Bowie has died of cancer at 69

Music legend David Bowie has died at the age of 69 from cancer. His son, Duncan Jones, confirmed the news on his social media accounts. “David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18-month battle with cancer,” it said. “While many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family’s privacy during their ...

A Look Back At Alfred Hitchcock’s Masterpiece ‘Rope’ (1948)

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to commit the perfect murder? What about deciding who deserves to die based merely on an inferiority/superiority complex? Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope deals with exactly this by applying the Nietzschian theory of the superior man having the right to say ‘yes’ to life or death. According to the German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche, people who take ...

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