Liam Neeson Admits He Hates UFC, Disses ‘Little Leprechaun’ Conor McGregor: ‘He Gives Ireland A Bad Name’

By Brent Furdyk. Published: 1 hour ago Last updated: 1 hour ago Plenty of celebrities have professed their fandom of UFC fighting, but it’s safe to say that Liam Neeson is not one of them. The “Taken” star made that crystal clear in a recent interview with Men’s Health, in which he answered questions posed to […]

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With the 21st-century period piece, cinema writes the history books

The Washington Post’s Philip L. Graham has been widely credited with declaring journalism “the first rough draft of history,” though as first drafts go, it’s especially rough. If for no other reason than posterity’s sake, the human species compulsively documents each day from the blinkered vantage of real time, collections of events and data synthesized […]

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Lily James Wore a Sultry See-Through Oscar de la Renta Gown to the Critics Choice Awards

Anya Taylor-Joy wasn’t the only actress who made a sheer dress a red carpet standout this evening at the Critics Choice Awards. Lily James also opted for a see-through look by Oscar de la Renta. The dress, with its full skirt and black bow, had princess vibes, with a sultry twist courtesy of its transparent […]

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Michelle Yeoh Can Win a Golden Globe and Probably Beat You Up While Doing It

When Michelle Yeoh talks, the rest of us listen. She gave us a reminder at the Golden Globes tonight while accepting the award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. As the Everything Everywhere All at Once star gave her acceptance speech, the wrap-up music began playing, but she wasn’t done with […]

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The Beauty of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Is Its Simplicity

Spoilers ahead. As the wise sage Shrek once taught us, “Onions have layers”—a phrase Daniel Craig’s Detective Benoit Blanc repeatedly evokes in Rian Johnson’s rollicking sequel to the 2019 smash-hit Knives Out. And there are indeed layers to the homicide case in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. It’s one that’s called an unorthodox medley […]

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The Heartache and Joy of Sending the First Family Holiday Card After My Divorce

It is a relatively mundane task for an afternoon in late November. As I walk across my lawn, my steps become audible as the browning grass crunches under my feet. I make it to the mailbox, hunch down, and launch my hand inside. As I draw out the trappings, I am instantly made aware without […]

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The Old Rose scenes in Titanic are important, actually

It’s been 25 years since the release of Titanic, James Cameron’s record-breaking epic that chronicles a doomed romance aboard the disaster-bound ship, and audiences still have a lot of opinions about it. ‘Jack could have fit on that door’, ‘Cal is a ridiculous villain’ – you know the drill. The most common complaint, though, is […]

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