We must remember this – lessons learned from Casablanca

By reputation, Casablanca is the greatest American romance ever put to celluloid. There may be films more avant-garde or technically accomplished, but no film is so compulsively rewatched or intensely adored. US Senator Elizabeth Warren returns to Casablanca with her husband every New Year’s Eve, and Donald Trump even made a (losing) bid to acquire […]

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Kate Middleton Is Lovely in a Semi-Sheer Polka Dot Dress While Supporting Ukraine

Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, showed her support for the people of Ukraine today on a solo engagement. The royal dressed in the country’s national colors, blue and yellow, to visit the Reading Ukrainian Community Centre in Reading, England. Her look consisted of a sheer button-up navy collared dress with mustard yellow polka dots. […]

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Director S.S. Rajamouli Confirms ‘RRR’ Sequel In Early Development 

By Melissa Romualdi. Published: 9 hours ago The Indian action film of the year, “RRR”, seems to be getting a sequel. S.S. Rajamouli, director of the popular film, confirmed to Variety that a sequel story is currently underway by his father, screenwriter V. Vijayendra Prasad. “My father is the story writer for all my films,” the “Baahubali” […]

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Prince Harry Writes Emotional Letter To Bereaved Military Children: ‘We Share A Bond Without Ever Meeting’

By Tionah Lee‍, ETOnline.com. Published: 11 hours ago Prince Harry had a special message for bereaved military children. On Sunday, in honor of Remembrance Day in the U.K., the Duke of Sussex wrote a letter to the kids of the Scotty’s Little Soldiers organization. In the letter, the 38-year-old royal offered the members of the charity […]

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Jane Fonda: Nonprofit’s Work ‘Far More Important’ After Roe V. Wade

By ALEX SANZ, The Associated Press. Published: 10 hours ago Jane Fonda says the work of the Georgia-based nonprofit organization she founded to prevent teenage pregnancies has become “far more important” in the months since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion it guaranteed to women in the […]

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The McDonagh Brothers’ visions of Irish guilt and morality

“Do not despair; one of the thieves was saved. Do not presume; one of the thieves was damned.” These are the words that open John Michael McDonagh’s 2014 film Calvary, often attributed to St. Augustine and was favoured by the infamously bleak dramatist, Samuel Beckett. This axiom gives the audience a brief glimpse into the […]

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Kate Middleton Looks So Incredible in This Entirely Monochrome Outfit

Kate Middleton’s fall wardrobe is proving that monochrome doesn’t have to be so monotone. Today, the Princess of Wales joined her husband, Prince William, for a visit to The Street, a youth and community center based in Scarborough, England. For the outing, Kate opted to wear an entirely monochrome outfit made up of a camel […]

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30 years on, Ghostwatch is still as haunting as ever

Viewed in its original setting and context, Lesley Manning’s Ghostwatch was an extraordinary, ground-breaking experiment. Aired by the BBC from 9.25pm on the 31 October, 1992, it professed to be a live paranormal investigation of “the most haunted house in Britain”. Sarah Greene and Craig Charles are in situ with an outside broadcasting unit to […]

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