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Five Best Charlize Theron Films

Since her first big role in The Devil’s Advocate in 1997, Charlize Theron has proven herself to be a different kind of leading lady. Though she could get by on her pretty face and elegant features, Theron has instead gone for parts that present her full range of talents. Charlize Theron has built a career on proving that looks and talent can go hand-in-hand. As one of the most popular and highest paid actresses in Hollywood today, let’s take a look back at her 5 best films in honor of her 40th birthday on August 7th. Read more…

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Posted by Jimm - August 7, 2015 at 1:56 pm

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Unlikely Conscientious Objectors

When we think of a “conscientious objector” – an individual who has claimed the right to refuse to perform military service – many people think of hippies or artists. Others consider these people to be cowards or afraid to fight in a war their country is waging. My thoughts always go to an old “All in the Family” episode when Archie Bunker refuses to have dinner with one of his son-in-law’s friends who escaped to Canada during Vietnam. Strangely, this is only a Hollywood version of the conscientious objector. Many protestors do it based solely on religious reasons. There are some that you’d never expect to go against a war. Here are five of them.

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Posted by Jimm - April 6, 2015 at 3:25 am

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Five Best Julianne Moore Films

In case you’ve been living under a rock: Julianne Moore is definitely having a moment. Riding high off her critically praised performance in Still Alice and her role in the blockbusting The Hunger Games franchise she’s been everywhere lately. As she’s gracefully swept down the red carpet and picked up multiple awards this season from a Golden Globe to an Oscar (finally!) many have only fallen more in love with the elegant red head. So, to celebrate one of the greatest actresses of our generation and her fully deserved Oscar win let’s take a look at her five best films. Read more…

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Posted by Jimm - April 5, 2015 at 4:27 pm

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5 New Classic Holiday Films

New Holiday MoviesThe holidays are a time of year that unanimously connect the world, though each country and culture have specific traditions and rituals that help ring in the season. In America, one of the most recognized practices to embrace the spirit of December is watching classic holiday movies. These are films that have been around for years, and dozens are aired during ABC Family’s month-long Countdown to Christmas marathon or available on demand through DirecTV, Amazon Prime, and more. There are, however, a small group that have been solidified as classics in everyone’s home which should be watched with the whole family present, and popcorn ready. Below are, in one writer’s opinion, the top 5 must-watch movies this holiday season.

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Posted by Jimm - December 9, 2014 at 3:01 pm

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5 Most Iconic Brigitte Bardot Films

Bardot: the name alone drips with sensuality and evokes image of perfectly tousled blond hair, full lips, the bedroom eyes heavily lined in kohl and, of course, bountiful curves. Although her career only spanned about 20 years, her impact as a sex symbol and style icon is just as important today as it was during her 60s hey-day. While her recent activities have revealed a much uglier side to the great beauty, it’s only appropriate to celebrate her 80th birthday with a look at some of her most iconic and celebrated films. Read more…

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Posted by Jimm - September 28, 2014 at 8:02 pm

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How To Speak English To People Who Don’t Speak The Language

Once again, world traveler and globetrotter-extraordinaire, Logan Horsford is back with another guest post about life lessons that he has learned on his journeys.  A lot of these things will sound very obvious but after listening to hundreds of tourists attempting to communicate with locals, it is obvious that they are not.

Remember that even in countries where English is taught to kids, the kids don’t get to practice with locals and are often taught by locals. I’ve spoken to a few ‘English teachers’ that I had difficulty communicating with due to their strong accents and misuse of words. Hiring locals is cheaper than native speakers.

Of course, learning the local language or hiring a guide is better but if you are lazy and poor like me, there are some easy workarounds.

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Posted by Jimm - September 14, 2014 at 10:12 pm

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