The One Thing the Architect of Apple’s New HQ Would Change | WIRED BizCon

Ask Norman Foster what, if anything, he’d like to change about Apple’s new headquarters, and he’ll need a moment to think. The famed architect, whose firm spent the last eight years perfecting plans for Apple’s massive campus, is mostly pleased with the results. But there is one thing he’d change.
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Do the Right Thing – Spike Lee

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Do the Right Thing

Spike Lee

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: June 23, 1989


This powerful visual feast combines humor and drama with memorable characters while tracing the course of a single day on a block in the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. It's the hottest day of the year, a scorching 24-hour period that will change the lives of its residents forever. Danny Aiello co-stars in this absorbing tale of inner-city life that heats up with vivid images and unforgettable performances.

© © 1989 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ director says he hears you about the teeth thing and he’ll make changes

When the ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ trailer came out earlier this week, it immediately set off an internet-wide case of odontophobia. While no re-imagining of a beloved childhood character will ever be without critics, CGI Sonic’s human-like teeth and general un-Sonic-like proportions really freaked people out.


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The Thing – Steve Niles, Patric Reynolds & Dave Stewart

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The Thing

The Northman Nightmare

Steve Niles, Patric Reynolds & Dave Stewart

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: December 20, 2016

Publisher: Dark Horse Comics

Seller: Dark Horse Comics Inc.


After months of missing shipments from settlements in Greenland, a band of Vikings set off for answers, only to find themselves pitted against monsters lurking in the icy depths and amongst one another. Dark Horse Comics and Universal Pictures team up for this prequel comic to the 2011 motion picture The Thing.

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That Thing You Do – Maria Geraci

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That Thing You Do

Maria Geraci

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: April 1, 2015

Publisher: Maria Geraci

Seller: Maria Geraci


" A charming, witty romance set in an idyllic town filled with unforgettable characters that spark fire and chemistry from every page. You won’t want it to end !” Allie Grant doesn’t believe in second chances. She does, however, believe in the power of a permanent paycheck. So when a tipster reports that a soon-to-be demolished building in her hometown is haunted, Allie hightails it to Whispering Bay to get the scoop that could secure her dream job at Florida ! magazine. What she finds, though, is far scarier than any ghost. Cue her ex-boyfriend, sexy construction foreman Tom Donalan. When Tom catches Allie poking around his construction site, he quickly realizes his former high school flame is just as feisty as ever. And, heaven help him, her irresistible, mile-high legs still take his breath away. But Tom isn’t about to delay the building’s demolition because of a silly ghost story. With neither of the stubborn exes backing down from their opposing positions, sparks fly. And, underneath the surface, the fire of their old attraction burns as hot as ever. When strange things start happening with increasing frequency around town, even a tough skeptic like Tom is tested. The question is, can Allie and Tom stop fighting long enough to get to the bottom of Whispering Bay’s ghost problem—and the more important matter of mending their broken hearts?

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That Thing You Do! – Tom Hanks

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That Thing You Do!

Tom Hanks

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 4.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: June 5, 2001


Tom Hanks writes, directs and co-stars in this refreshing, big-hearted comedy that captures the overnight triumph of an American rock band during the glory days of rock and roll. When a young appliance salesman agrees to fill-in for an injured drummer in a local talent show, four shooting stars are born. Faster than you can say "That Thing You Do," a Play-Tone Records executive (Hanks) signs the group and catapults them to fame as their signature tune skyrockets to the top of the charts!

© © 1996 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.

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Greg Behrendt: Is That Guy from That Thing – Shannon Hartman

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Greg Behrendt: Is That Guy from That Thing

Shannon Hartman

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: November 10, 2009


Greg Behrendt is a standup comic first and foremost. His comedy resume features HBO's Mantastic, Comedy Central Presents and Uncool, seen exclusively on Comedy Central, as well as many appearances on late night shows like The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. While not by his admission a relationship expert, the former consultant for Sex and the City is also the co-author of He's Just Not That Into You (the film version features an all-star cast including Jennifer Aniston, Ben Affleck, Scarlett Johansson and Drew Barrymore) and It's Called a Breakup Because It Is Broken. His goals include knocking the laughter snot out of you while also loving you!

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New Mom Cardi B Drops Out Of Bruno Mars’ Tour: ‘I Underestimated This Whole Mommy Thing’

Cardi B is still in recovery mode after giving birth to her first child. The “Invasion of Privacy” rapper, who welcomed Kulture Kiari Cephus on July 10, announced that she decided to drop out of her upcoming fall tour dates with Bruno Mars in order to focus on her and her daughter’s health. Find out how Bruno responded to Cardi’s difficult choice.


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14 Cute Watermelon Accessories That Are Almost As Good As the Real Thing

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These “Serious Young Thug” Memes Are The Best Thing On Twitter Right Now

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In spite of all the craziness going on in the world, you can always count on Twitter with the help of Young Thug to supply some good laughs to get you through the day.

Young Thug is no stranger to being the talk of social media thanks in large part to his choice of fashion, the eye-opening cover for his album ‘Jeffery’ or wanting us to call him “SEX.”  All of those moments generated some memorable memes but its a new photo featuring the “Super Slimey” rapper looking very serious and Lil Durk watching cautiously in the studio that has Twitter’s comedic juices flowing.

Twitter users have come up with numerous scenarios that could accurately describe what is correctly taking place in the photo. From a parent checking their concerned child’s grades, Thugger commanding the Starship Enterprise and even being the leader of the free world.

You gotta love Twitter, we are sure Thugger is getting a good laugh out of these memes featuring him. We don’t know exactly what was the outcome of these two in the studio, but we are just happy that this photo exists now. Do yourselves a favor and hit the gallery to see the rest of this comedic gold.

Photo: Taylor Hill / Getty

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The One Thing About Women Men Value More Than Good Looks

There is a saying that a man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears… in other words, men are attracted to what they see – a nice physique and good looks. Yes, men are attracted to looks… we see a good-looking woman and we feel an instant attraction to her beauty. But when it really comes down to it, however, men really feel a strong attraction towards other things other than good looks. In this article, I share with you how to capture a man’s heart or make him fall head over heels for you. When you’re going to learn in this article will make you automatically appear a hundred times more attractive to a man.
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One Last Thing – Tim Rouhana

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One Last Thing

Tim Rouhana

Genre: Drama

Price: $ 12.99

Rental Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: June 12, 2018


Dylan Derringer (Wendell Pierce), a lonely dentist in Florida, is reunited with his long-lost daughter Lucy (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) after years apart sending him on an eventful and ultimately life-changing journey of discovery.

© © 2016 One Last Thing, LLC All Rights Reserved

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Sophia Bush On Marrying Chad Michael Murray: ‘It Was Not A Thing I Actually Really Wanted To Do’

Sophia Bush is taking a light-hearted look back her past. When SiriusXM “Radio Andy” host Andy Cohen asked about her short-lived 2005 marriage to “One Tree Hill” co-star Chad Michael Murray, the “Incredibles 2” star joked that “everyone’s been 22 and stupid.” Sophia also revealed that she felt pressure to go forward with the marriage, admitting it was “not a thing I actually really wanted to do.”


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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase: And Another Thing… – Eoin Colfer & Douglas Adams

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase: And Another Thing…

Eoin Colfer & Douglas Adams

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 15.95

Publish Date: April 13, 2018

© ℗ © 2018 BBC Digital Audio

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‘Dancing’s’ Josh Norman: ‘This Was The Hardest Thing I’ve Done Thus Far!’

Backstage at “Dancing with the Stars,” NFL cornerback Josh Norman tells Access’ Scott Evans about how hard it was to do two dances in one week, plus football training. Plus, Josh’s pro-partner, Sharna Burgess, tells Scott about watching Josh push through it.


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Tory Lanez ft. Future “Real Thing,” 6ix9ine “Billy” & More | Daily Visuals 3.5.18

Source: Day Three of Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park, London on Sunday 9th July 2017 (Photos by Ian Bines/WENN) Featuring: tory lanez Where: London, United Kingdom When: 09 Jul 2017 Credit: WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed

Tory Lanez recently dropped Memories Don’t Die and today some new visuals to support his latest project.

For his Future assisted clip to “Real Thing” Tory and the ATLien politic with some ballerinas who can stretch much more than a buck and a thick young woman who twerks so hard money falls from the heavens. Was that blasphemous?

Back in Brooklyn the polarizing Tekashi 6ix9ine drops his much anticipated video for “Billy” which actually features footage of police taking him away “for his own safety.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from OG’s like Drag-On, Onyx, and more.

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6IX9INE – “BILLY”

DRAG-ON – “RUN OFF ON THE PLUG”

A$ AP ANT FT. LULU P – “ACNE JEANS”

ONYX – “BLACK ROCK”

RICH THE KID – “PLUG WALK”

DIPLO FT. LIL YACHTY & SANTIGOLD – “WORRY NO MORE”

T-RELL FT. MONEYBAGG YO – “ISSUES”

ANOYD – “BLAME IT ON JAY-Z”

INTELL FT. S.I.T.H. – “HUNGER PAINS”

SNAK THE RIPPER – “REAL DRUGS”

LGP QUA FT. WILL.I.AM – “INSOMNIAC”

KAMAIYAH – “DOPE CHICK”

TYGA – “KING OF THE JUNGLE”

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Swamp Thing (1972-) #1 – Len Wein & Bernie Wrightson

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Swamp Thing (1972-) #1

Len Wein & Bernie Wrightson

Genre: Graphic Novels

Publish Date: October 4, 1972

Publisher: DC Comics

Seller: DC Comics


While working on a restorative formula that can make forests out of deserts in the Louisiana swamps, scientist Alec Holland is killed by a bomb set off by Mr. E., who wants the formula. Shortly thereafter, a humanoid plant being rises from the swamp—the Swamp Thing!

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The Good Place Season 2 Finale Did The Last Thing We Expected (and It Was Perfect)

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Sweet Little Thing – Abbi Glines

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Sweet Little Thing

Abbi Glines

Genre: New Adult

Publish Date: September 14, 2017

Publisher: Abbi Glines Publishing

Seller: Lora Glines


“Everything I want in romance. Angsty, emotional, forbidden and HOT! Abbi Glines at her best!” – Colleen Hoover,  #1 New York Times bestselling author  "Abbi Glines ratchets up the heat in  Sweet Little Thing , taking her signature blend of page-turning sexual tension and honest romantic portrayals to the next level. I wish I could hit rewind and read the book again for the first time!"  — Kami Garcia, #1  New York Times  bestselling coauthor of  Beautiful Creatures  and author of  The Lovely Reckless "No one packs as much prickly angst and heartwarming drama on each and every single page the way Abbi Glines does. Fans of the Rosemary Beach series are going to LOSE THEIR MINDS when they meet these characters!" — Natasha is a Book Junkie  "The kind of book you can't read fast enough—a forbidden love story that's deliciously tense with an ending that left me clamoring for more." — Vilma Iris The day her mother passed away, Beulah was only given a name. That was it. No other explanation.   Portia Van Allan was not someone Beulah could believe her mother ever knew. Wealthy, self-absorbed and other than the fact Portia was supplying special care for Beulah’s sister, Portia was cruel.  The day Portia’s son returns home for the summer, Beulah discovers that Portia isn’t in charge. This isn’t her home at all. Her late husband left her with nothing. It all belongs to their son who doesn’t seem to like his mother at all.  Jasper Van Allan doesn’t know why his mother has hired a young gorgeous blonde to take care of the house and almost lets her go before he finds out the truth.  Realizing there’s more to Beulah than a stunning face, he keeps finding reasons to be near her all the time. It’s all falling into place, it all begins to make sense . . . until the real lies, the dark secrets, and the skeletons come tumbling out of the Van Allan closet. Twisted truths that will send Beulah running . . . …  "Abbi Glines is the queen of steamy modern day fairytales with a twist. Sweet Little Thing will keep you guessing and needing more from the very first word all the way to the very last." — Danielle Lagasse “Sweet little things is a perfect blend of Romance and Drama. A book that throws curveballs unexpectedly, this book will have you addicted. You'll be begging Abbi Glines for your next fix.” — Vicci Kaighan

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Kim Kardashian Reveals the Weirdest Thing Kanye West Does

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The Thing (2011) – Matthijs van Heijningen

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The Thing (2011)

Matthijs van Heijningen

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 14.99

Release Date: October 10, 2011


It’s not human. Yet. From the producers of Dawn of the Dead comes the chilling prelude to John Carpenter’s cult classic film. When paleontologist Kate Lloyd (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) travels to an isolated outpost in Antarctica for the expedition of a lifetime, she joins an international team that unearths a remarkable discovery. Their elation quickly turns to fear as they realize that their experiment has freed a mysterious being from its frozen prison. Paranoia spreads like an epidemic as a creature that can mimic anything it touches will pit human against human as it tries to survive and flourish in this spine-tingling thriller.

© © 2011 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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Gucci Mane “Back On,” Juelz Santana ft. Don Q “Ol Thing Back Pt. 2” & More | Daily Visuals 10.19.17

Just hours after tying the knot with Keyshia Ka’ior, Gucci Mane got back on his grind and released a new clip in support of his latest offering Mr. Davis.

For his visuals to “Back On” Guwop documents his world tour with his crew from LA to Paris and features cameos from fellow ATLiens from Quavo, Young Thug, and a few other of your favorite artists.

Back on the Beast Coast Juelz Santana links up with Don Q for “Ol Thing Back Pt. 2” where they ride through the streets of New York in some big boy toys that 2 Chainz would only pay most of the price tag for. We kid we kid.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Big K.R.I.T., Belly, and more.

GUCCI MAN – “BACK ON”

JUELZ SANTANA FT. DON Q – “OL THING BACK PT. 2”

BELLY – “MAN LISTEN”

BIG K.R.I.T. – “KEEP THE DEVIL OFF”

SMOKEPURPP – “KRISPY KREME”

PREME FT. PARTYNEXTDOOR – “CAN’T HANG”

MEYHEM LAUREN & DJ MUGGS – “MURDER RAP”

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The Sweetest Thing – Roger Kumble

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The Sweetest Thing

Roger Kumble

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 9.99

Rental Price: $ 3.99

Release Date: August 20, 2002


Christina's (Cameron Diaz) love life is stuck in neutral. After years of avoiding the hazards of a meaningful relationship, one night while club-hopping with her girlfriends, she meets Peter (Thomas Jane), her perfect match. Fed up with playing games, she finally gets the courage to let her guard down and follow her heart, only to discover that Peter has suddenly left town. Accompanied by Courtney (Christina Applegate), she sets out to capture the one that got away.

© © 2002 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Benji Madden’s Birthday Tribute To Wife Cameron Diaz Is ‘The Sweetest Thing’ Ever!

Cameron Diaz is turning 45 surrounded with love! The star’s hubby Benji Madden honored her big day with a heartfelt Instagram post, but it’s not the first time the couple has gushed over each other on social media!


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Ask Norman Foster what, if anything, he’d like to change about Apple’s new headquarters, and he’ll need a moment to think. The famed architect, whose firm spent the last eight years perfecting plans for Apple’s massive campus, is mostly pleased with the results. But there is one thing he’d change.
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A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments (Unabridged) – David Foster Wallace

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A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again: Essays and Arguments (Unabridged)

David Foster Wallace

Genre: Arts & Entertainment

Price: $ 19.95

Publish Date: February 7, 2012

© ℗ © 2012 Hachette Audio

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Zola Story Memes Are Already A Thing Of Legend [Photos]

It has been an incredible 24 hours since the infamous “Zola Story” made a tidal wave splash onto the Internet and the people are still trying to wrap their heads around it. Is it real? Was it made up? How is this stripper girl not in handcuffs for being an accessory to at least one crime?

While no one has the answers just yet, there has been a healthy restocking of memes thanks to the Zola Story and they are nothing short of hilarious.

If you have been snoozing, the Zola Story is still live on the Internet but we wouldn’t suggest you bank on it to stay up forever. Everyone from Ava DuVernay to Zola Jesus have chimed in and there’s even a fake Jess Twitter account getting traction. It was an instant classic.

Check out the memes down below and on the next few pages. The people are downright lowdown for likening Z to Ricky Rozay.


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The Bravest Thing Lake Bell, Jared Leto, and Laverne Cox Have Ever Done

When stars risk their lives on camera, they usually do it with the help of stunt doubles or CGI. But that doesn’t mean the rush of adrenaline is fake. We asked celebrities at the Academy Awards, the Tribeca Film Festival, and the Film Independent Spirit Awards to tell us about something that required real courage.
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JACKSONVILLE, FL—Eating their meals and conversing pleasantly without paying any heed to how loosely the string was wrapped around the young child’s finger, diners at a local Panera Bread reportedly went about their lunch Wednesday completely unaware that 2-year-old Nate Pollen’s tenuous grasp on a red helium balloon was the only thing standing between peace and total anarchy. Sources confirmed that as Pollen waved the balloon around, the restaurant’s patrons—enjoying their soups and sandwiches or silently working on their laptops—were unknowingly teetering on the very knife’s edge of madness, their path to either continued tranquility or utter chaos to be determined by the pressure applied to a length of string by a pudgy, saliva-soaked finger. According to reports, the individual diners, couples, and groups of friends seated within shrieking distance of Pollen’s table appeared oblivious to the complete breakdown of social order …




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No Such Thing As Werewolves – Chris Fox

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No Such Thing As Werewolves

Deathless Book 1

Chris Fox

Genre: Science Fiction

Publish Date: October 25, 2014

Publisher: Chris Fox

Seller: Chris Fox


WARNING: May Contain Werewolves.  A pyramid predating all known cultures appears without warning. Its discovery throws into question everything we know about the origins of mankind.  Inside lies incredible technology, proof of a culture far more advanced than our own. Something dark lurks within, eager to resume a war as old as mankind. When it is unleashed it heralds the end of our species’ reign.  A plague of werewolves spreads across the world. A sunspot larger than anything in recorded history begins to grow. Yet both pale in comparison to the true threat, the evil the werewolves were created to fight.  "It's like Indiana Jones went through the Stargate and ended up in Aliens versus Predator." – One of the author's totally biased friends. 

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A Heat Of The Moment Thing – Maggie Le Page

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A Heat Of The Moment Thing

Maggie Le Page

Genre: Fiction & Literature

Publish Date: August 6, 2013

Publisher: Maggie Le Page

Seller: Smashwords


Becky Jordan has had it with relationships. From now on her time and dedication won’t be lavished on her latest Mr. Wrong—or, worse, Mr. Hell-No!—just the dream travel job which has unexpectedly leapt into her lap. Finally, life is looking great. Unfortunately, not as great as her sizzling-hot, take-charge new boss. Matt Frobisher is everything she doesn't want him to be, but if anyone thinks she'll risk her career on a workplace fling they can think again. No amount of Superman behaviour from him will make her roll over and play Lois. At least, that's what her head says. Her heart, however, doesn't do logical. In desperation she finds herself a Mr. Distraction, one with no strings and plenty of appeal. But Mr. Distraction also comes with unforeseen complications. Kryptonite complications, like Becky’s sister. And when she shows up there’s only one sure thing: not even Superman can prevent the Disaster Fest that’s about to blow Becky’s life apart. (Contains one guy determined to win the girl, one girl determined not to be won, and plenty of heat in the middle.)

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Simon Cowell Says One Direction’s Break Is Necessary: ”Having a Year Off Is Going to Be a Healthy Thing”

Fans may not be too happy about One Direction’s break, but boss Simon Cowell insists it’s going to be a good thing.

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2 Things Your Wedding Guests Really Care About—and 1 Thing They Just Don’t

Of course your wedding day is mostly about swapping vows and becoming husband and wife.* But if you’re hosting a traditional wedding with guests and a dinner {a.k.a. A Giant Party}, it’s also about your…


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That Thing You Do – Maria Geraci

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That Thing You Do

Maria Geraci

Genre: Contemporary

Publish Date: April 28, 2015

Publisher: TKA Distribution

Seller: INscribe Digital


“Curling up with a Maria Geraci novel is as familiar, fun, and emotionally satisfying as gabbing on the phone with your very best girlfriend.” – New York Times bestselling author Roxanne St. Claire Allie Grant doesn’t believe in second chances. She does, however, believe in the power of a permanent paycheck. So when a tipster reports that the soon-to-be demolished senior center in her hometown is haunted, Allie hightails it to Whispering Bay to get the scoop that could secure her dream job at Florida ! magazine. What she finds, though, is far scarier than any ghost. Cue her ex-boyfriend, sexy construction foreman Tom Donalan. When Tom catches Allie poking around his construction site, he quickly realizes his former high school flame is just as feisty as ever. And, heaven help him, her irresistible, mile-high legs still take his breath away. But Tom isn’t about to delay the building’s demolition because of a silly ghost story. With neither of the stubborn exes backing down from their opposing positions, sparks fly. And, underneath the surface, the fire of their old attraction burns as hot as ever. When strange things start happening with increasing frequency around town, even a tough skeptic like Tom is tested. The question is, can Allie and Tom stop fighting long enough to get to the bottom of Whispering Bay’s ghost problem—and the more important matter of mending their broken hearts? "A charming, witty romance set in an idyllic town filled with unforgettable characters that spark fire and chemistry from every page. You won’t want it to end!" -Cindy Miles, bestselling author of STUPID GIRL "Maria Geraci proves that you can go home again. That Thing You Do is a fun read filled with quirky small-town characters, strong family ties, and a romance that's been years in the making. Readers who loved Kristan Higgins' Blue Heron series should visit Geraci's Whispering Bay. They won't be disappointed!" – Tracy Solheim, author of BACK TO BEFORE "If That Thing You Do had cheeks, I’d pinch ‘em—it’s that adorable!” – Dakota Cassidy, nationally bestselling author of the Accidental Series

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Success is a Relative Thing

There is no such thing as absolute success. Success only has meaning in relation to other things. For example, my book, God’s Debris, is ranked #8 on a recent Amazon.com best seller list in the Religious Studies – Psychology category. That doesn’t seem like much of a success until you notice who placed 9th. It’s all relative.

Suck it, number nine! 

(And by that I mean not literally a “sucking” force but more of an illusion caused by your dead lips bending space-time.)

I’m a terrible winner.

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A Mother Daughter Thing 3

Frustrated by the feminist movement and womens fears about good old fashioned, lesbian sex, Kendra sets out to give her stepdaughter, Karlie, some hands-on instruction. Passions ignite after Dana admits to her stepdaughter, Raven, that she steals her underwear so she can feel closer to her. Kennas courage to come out as a lesbian inspires her stepmother, Tanya, to do the same one steamy afternoon. An ongoing affair between Jelena and her stepdaughter, Marley, reaches a breaking point when Marley begins seeing other people.

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The Next Big Thing in Music? Make Sure You Know Christina Grimmie

The first half of 2015 has been very good to 21-year-old Christina Grimmie. She recently won Macy's Rising Star iHeartRadio competition after returning from her first European headline tour, she'll open the iHeartRadio festival in…




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Margot Robbie – Looks Snatched Up, But Is It Promise Ring or Real Thing?

Margot Robbie is out of the game … on the bench … off the market … NOT ever going to be yours — ’cause the Aussie hottie and her man are flashing gold bands that reek of marriage … we think. Margot was walking around Toronto — where she’s…

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Iggy Azalea Says The “Cool” Thing Is To Hate On Her, Scraps 6 Months Of Music

While Rachel Dolezal is getting cooked for posing as a Black woman, accused cultural appropriator Iggy Azalea returns to the Internet to update her fans on her goings on, via Twitter (she quit in February). It turns out that the Grand Hustle rapper has scrapped six months of work on a new album and also claims that “the ‘cool” thing is to hate on her. 

“It’s really tough to stick by someone when the ‘cool’ thing is to hate on them. thanks to everyone who made the choice to stand by me,” she tweeted early Friday morning (June 12).

Azalea also revealed that she scrapped six months of new material when a fan inquired about her new album.

Peep more of Azalea’s reveals, including that she’s putting together a coffee table book, on the following pages.

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David Letterman — And the Number One Thing To Do in Retirement … (PHOTO)

… is grow a beard! David Letterman was spotted Thursday walking the streets of New York City with his new retirement sidekick … a scruffy beard.  It’s the first time we’ve seen the 68-year-old ex-talk show host since he ended his 33 year run on…

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The Thing – John Carpenter

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The Thing

John Carpenter

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 14.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: June 25, 1982


Horror-meister John Carpenter (Halloween, Escape from New York) teams Kurt Russell's outstanding performance with incredible visuals to build this chilling version of the classic The Thing. In the winter of 1982, a twelve-man research team at a remote Antarctic research station discovers an alien buried in the snow for over 100,000 years. Once unfrozen, the form-changing alien wreaks havoc, creates terror and becomes one of them.

© © 1982 Universal City Studios Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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Kim Kardashian West and Caitlyn Jenner Have a Big Beauty Thing in Common

No matter how long you've studied Kim Kardashian West's Glamour cover or Caitlyn (formerly known as Bruce) Jenner's Vanity Fair cover (both released today), we bet you missed a major hair similarity. Look again, we'll…




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Paul McCartney Explains Why He Doesn’t Smoke Marijuana Anymore: “It’s Now a Parent Thing”

Paul McCartneyPaul McCartney isn’t afraid to admit he’s smoked some marijuana over the years.

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Every Secret Thing – Amy Berg

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Every Secret Thing

Amy Berg

Genre: Thriller

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Release Date: May 15, 2015


From the producer of FOXCATCHER and based on the novel by New York Times best-selling author Laura Lippman, EVERY SECRET THING is a gripping psychological crime thriller about the chilling consequences of the secrets we keep. Detective Nancy Porter (Elizabeth Banks) is still haunted by her failure to save the life of a missing child from the hands of two young girls. Eight years later, another child goes missing in the same town just days after Ronnie and Alice (Dakota Fanning and newcomer Danielle Macdonald), the two girls convicted of the former crime, were released from juvenile detention. Porter and her partner (Nate Parker) must race against the clock to prevent history from repeating itself. But as they begin to investigate the girls and their families, especially Alice’s protective mother (Diane Lane), they unearth a web of secrets and deceptions that calls everything into question.

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Faux Fur: Better Than the Real Thing?

Something was different at Stella McCartney’s pre-fall presentation in January. The format was the usual: Take over a fancy-yet-personal New York City venue, in this case the top floor of the Upper East Side’s James Burden Mansion, which houses the Convent of the Sacred Heart’s Lower School, and deck it out like a playground for adult-size children. The models were playing lawn sports in updated versions of McCartney’s classic tailoring and knits. Then there was the girl playing Putt-Putt in what appeared to be a shaggy, Mongolian fur vest.
It was fake. Anyone with passing knowledge of McCartney’s politics is aware that she considers real fur — and leather, for that matter — anathema. And indeed the fuzzy vests, coats and hats in the pre-fall collection were tagged with patches that read “Fur Free Fur.”
The designer’s decision to put product out there that even imitated fur didn’t come lightly. “We have been looking at fake furs for years, but never felt it was the right message for us to promote the look of fur,” says McCartney. “But moreover, the material and fabrics that we kept seeing as a substitute were just not great nor inspiring enough to really be able to

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Faux Fur: Better Than the Real Thing?

Something was different at Stella McCartney’s pre-fall presentation in January. The format was the usual: Take over a fancy-yet-personal New York City venue, in this case the top floor of the Upper East Side’s James Burden Mansion, which houses the Convent of the Sacred Heart’s Lower School, and deck it out like a playground for adult-size children. The models were playing lawn sports in updated versions of McCartney’s classic tailoring and knits. Then there was the girl playing Putt-Putt in what appeared to be a shaggy, Mongolian fur vest.
It was fake. Anyone with passing knowledge of McCartney’s politics is aware that she considers real fur — and leather, for that matter — anathema. And indeed the fuzzy vests, coats and hats in the pre-fall collection were tagged with patches that read “Fur Free Fur.”
The designer’s decision to put product out there that even imitated fur didn’t come lightly. “We have been looking at fake furs for years, but never felt it was the right message for us to promote the look of fur,” says McCartney. “But moreover, the material and fabrics that we kept seeing as a substitute were just not great nor inspiring enough to really be able to

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Coco Rocha’s Latest Eye Makeup Look Is the Prettiest, Most Fascinating Thing You’ll See Today

Model Coco Rocha wore two rows of eyelashes to the American Ballet Theatre's 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee Spring Gala last night. Oh, and one of them was blue. And it was fantastic. If you look…

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One Thing That’s Holding You Back From Getting What You Want

Has the world distracted you from your unique, individual, potential and core self? Dr. Phil has a one-word answer that almost certainly lies at the heart of why you got off track in the first place and have continued there: fear. Fear of change is common currency among human beings. And not only are you fearful of changing, others have all sorts of fears about you changing. The ruts we get into, no matter how damaging or limiting, are at least familiar and predictable. Stepping up and out of those ruts is scary.

Ready to face the bogeyman and get him out into the light of day? Assume that you will have fear — and then take it apart. What fears have kept you from changing in the past? What kind of fear do you expect to feel when you change? Answer those two questions as they relate to these key words below. Be specific and as honest as you know how to be.

Family
God
Children
Spouse
Friends
Job

Then, ask yourself: What common themes do you see? Fear of losing? Not being loved or respected? Fear of failure or aging? The fears that you are bringing out into the open here do not have to continue to hold you back. Make a commitment right now of heart and soul to unleash your authentic self and to continue to become aware of all that you can be.

Modified excerpt from The Self Matters Companion: Helping You Create Your Life From The Inside Out by Phillip C. McGraw PhD.

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DVDs: “The Hobbit” Ends Sadly, “Gates Of Heaven” Delights and “The Sure Thing” Is A Sure Thing

Some lovely, under-appreciated animated features, two classic documentaries that Roger Ebert loved and the exhausting finale to what was once the highly anticipated Hobbit movies.

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THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES ($ 44.95 BluRay combo; Warner Home Video)
EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS ($ 49.99 3-D BluRay Deluxe; Fox)

Two lumbering epics. Exodus: Gods and Kings is not really a disappointment since director Ridley Scott has seemed lost for many years now. Unlike online flamers, I don’t have an issue with the film’s approach to the religious aspect of the story. It’s just a whole lot of fuss and feels exactly like a Fox “epic” from the 1960s, which is a horrible insult. Some of the big spectacle moments are satisfying and Christian Bale is an imposing hero. But the campy yet sincere Charlton Heston The Ten Commandments remains more satisfying on every level.

The final Hobbit movie brings a sad end to what should have been a triumph. Director Peter Jackson was brilliant on The Lord Of The Rings, one of the great film fantasies of all time. It was essentially right in tune with the material from start to finish and a remarkable accomplishment. His initial instinct to avoid trying to duplicate/top that experience with The Hobbit was the right one. Everything about this whole venture has been disastrous on a Phantom Menace level. The first film was shockingly bad on a dramatic level. The second was somewhat proficient but anonymously so, with almost none of the actual spirit of either the book itself or the more mature, darker vision of Middle Earth that flowered in The Lord Of The Rings (both film and book). The focus on technology — again, just like Phantom Menace — turned the triumphant craft work of LOTR into digital disaster with scenes looking like video games. Now we have the finale. The tone of the book is very different, much more picaresque than the adult LOTR, but it climaxes with a remarkably mature turn of events led by Bilbo Baggins that is deeply moving. It may be for kids, but the price paid emotionally is genuine and pretty amazing in context. Well, Martin Freeman was wonderful casting but the film is so determined to lead up to LOTR that it’s far more worried about the grand battles than the grand bargain Bilbo makes to achieve peace. Moments work here, unlike either of the other two films. And as always with Jackson the extras are plentiful and top-notch. But what a dreadful waste of talent from all involved.

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TOP FIVE ($ 39.99 BluRay combo; Paramount)

It’s not enough to say this is Chris Rock’s best movie. That is faint praise given his track record. Rock’s real success has been as a stand-up comic and the sweet, but sharp TV show Everybody Hates Chris which successfully mined his childhood and launched a clutch of talented actors. So Top Five is better than all the other bad live action movies he has appeared in. But it’s actually good good — a paean to Woody Allen, a romantic comedy, a savvy look at the life of a stand-up and pretty darn funny. It’s not great great, just good good. But as writer and director and star, Rock finally got the chance to show his stuff and hint that he may just have theatrical greatness in him.

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MR. BEAN: THE WHOLE BEAN ($ 24.97 DVD; Shout! Factory)
FIREBALL XL5: THE COMPLETE SERIES ($ 29.93 DVD; Shout! Factory)

Well, let’s not compare Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean to actual silent film greats like Laurel & Hardy or god forbid Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, et al. But just as Jacques Tati’s movies delighted simply for being silent comedies in an era when silent comedies were naturally all but extinct, Atkinson’s trouble prone Bean was a breath of fresh air in the early 1990s when he first appeared. Just as Westerns are so welcome when they’ve been off screen for a long time, the pratfall antics of Bean seemed like a revelation. And not surprisingly they played well all over the world since dialogue is not an issue. This set remasters all 14 episodes of the original run. Someday they’ll slap together all the movies, the animated series and these episodes, but this is plenty for casual fans.

Hardcore devotees of supermarionation devised by Gerry Anderson are surely the only ones who will be eagerly awaiting the complete series Fireball XL5. If you haven’t seen Thunderbirds, that’s clearly the place to start. But just as Mr. Bean is so delightful for being a new stab at silent comedy, the retro joy of Anderson’s work is seeing sci-fi spectacles and elaborate action scenes being staged by puppets with strings often clearly visible and the models of space ships zooming past backdrops wonderfully obvious. It’s not cheaply done or klutzy but unquestionably done with love and just as enjoyable as plopping down in a public park and watching a performer enact Punch & Judy. In other words, the joy of performing and bringing a story to life is more important than the quality or more exactly the style of special effects. That’s why Star Wars will endure and the “superior” digital effects of Phantom Menace et al pale quickly. Here you’ve got adventures in space as Earth colonizes the stars but needs an action team to fight danger, stage rescues and the like. What might surprise parents is how quickly little kids will embrace the storytelling even though they should reject it as fake looking.

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GATES OF HEAVEN/VERNON, FLORIDA ($ 39.95 BluRay; Criterion)
JOHN FORD: DREAMING THE QUIET MAN ($ 29.95 BluRay; Olive Films)
OPEN SESAME: THE STORY OF SEEDS ($ 24.98 DVD; Disinformation Company)

Whenever I watch the early masterpieces of filmmaker Errol Morris, I can’t help thinking of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel. They championed Morris and rightly so since he’s proven one of the most influential documentary filmmakers in history. His first two gems are collected by Criterion in a package that is not as extras heavy as some of their other sets but is welcome nonetheless for enshrining these movies in excellent prints and bringing them to the attention of movie lovers everywhere. Morris would go on to make formally beautiful movies like The Thin Blue Line. Here his resources are more modest but what he accomplishes on a shoe string is remarkable. Gates Of Heaven is about a pet cemetery; Vernon, Florida is about a small town seemingly populated with more than its fair share of kooks. Both are warmly fascinated by the odd ducks that populate them and tell the stories of these people with open-minded curiosity. If one had the sense that Morris ever felt superior to the folk discussing the elaborate funeral plots for their beloved pets or the trailer park folk with their odd obsessions, the movies would become unpleasant. But Morris is fascinated and delighted and genuinely interested in letting these people reveal themselves in all their eccentric beauty. I’ll simply never forget the person in Vernon who has a jar of sand they collected, sand that grows. (Huh? Watch it.) Essential viewing.

St. Patrick’s Day has passed and if you’re any sort of cinephile and Irish lover, you watched John Ford’s romantic classic The Quiet Man. Anyone who still thinks John Wayne can’t act should watch his young action hero in Stagecoach followed by his bitterly racist anti-hero in The Searchers followed by his broodingly quiet but very funny and romantic turn in The Quiet Man. And once you’ve done that you’ll be a fan for life of the gorgeous Irish countryside, the gorgeous Maureen O’Hara and Wayne himself. After that, you’ll want to learn more. It’s a shame this new documentary narrated by Gabriel Byrne isn’t included in an elaborate BluRay presentation of the film but it’s definitely worth watching for anyone who has devoured that delightful film time and again. I had no idea it took Ford 20 years to make this movie, which is based on a short story in Saturday Evening Post. It seems so delightfully commercial and broadly appealing you’d think studios would be lined up to make it. This documentary tells how that wasn’t so, about the western Ford and Wayne and O’Hara had to make just to get this film off the ground and the impact it had on other filmmakers like Martin Scorsese. And who knew that insanely catchy central theme was written by a cop? It doesn’t get more Irish than that.

Open Sesame: The Story Of Seeds is truly guerrilla filmmaking: it’s a passionate labor of love about seeds, their essential role in our food system and how that role is threatened. Watch it and you’ll learn about the devastating impact of various patents that have turned seeds from a self-propagating resource into a commodity that must be purchased over and over. (Many commercially manufactured seeds are now designed NOT to provide fertile seeds from a crop that could be planted the following year. Thus you have to go back to the big agra combine to buy your seeds every single year.) Other dangers include a dangerous emphasis on massive planting of mono-crops, the same plantings with the same genetic code over and over again, which means any successful attack on that crop can have devastating effects. (Varied seeds with varied genetics as well as the planting of varied crops all can mitigate that vulnerability.) It also deals with GMO but the film is not focused on that one aspect since the story and survival of seeds goes far beyond that one issue.

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INTO THE WOODS ($ 39.99 BluRay combo; Disney)
THE SOUND OF MUSIC 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION ($ 49.99 BluRay; Fox)

Do I love musicals? Yes, I do. And yet I approached the feature film Into The Woods with timidity. I’m crazy about the Stephen Sondheim stage production (though I’ve never seen a truly great production of it). Yet there’s something inherently…theatrical about it. It just doesn’t make sense to me as a feature film where all the fairy tale aspects would become literal rather than delightfully imaginary as in a Broadway house. Indeed, that seems to be the fatal flaw in the film. Someone else might have easily find a better, more distinctive way of tackling this story about what happens after “happily ever after,” but I doubt it would have truly worked. Yes, elaborate effects and big stars crammed into every role was the least imaginative way to go. But some musicals are not meant to be movies and I’m pretty sure this is one of them. Everything feels too literal here, whereas on stage it’s lighter than air and the poignancy of everyone from the childless couple to the Witch feels universal and deeply moving. Still, it’s coming out the day after James Corden made his late night debut on TV and he does quite nicely here. So it’s a good week for him, at least.

Of course, some stage musicals were destined to be films. Surely that’s the case with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s most successful property, The Sound Of Music. It’s the least complicated of their major musicals but it works a charm on film, whereas most of their other stage plays were entombed in godawful feature films that denuded them of the complex, adult concerns that made the stage plays so much more than just tuneful family entertainment. But family entertainment, indeed light operetta is exactly what’s on tap here, even though the film adroitly improves on the stage production and doesn’t blink from showing the way the Austrians worked with and even welcomed the Nazis at every level of society, from the aristocracy to the middle class to the workers. Captain Von Trapp is very much alone in his disdain for the Fuhrer. You don’t remember that really, of course, because what dominates the memory is a score brimming with classic tunes and Julie Andrews simply radiating goodness as Maria. Memorable villains are a piece of cake, by the way. Creating memorable, genuinely nice people is nigh on impossible but Andrews accomplishes exactly that. And she sings like an angel. If you own the 45th anniversary edition, there’s no need to upgrade. If you don’t, the BluRay is pretty stunningly lovely.

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SONG OF THE SEA ($ 34.98 BluRay; Universal)
THE TALE OF THE PRINCESS KAGUYA ($ 34.98 BluRay; Universal)

The big shock when this year’s Oscar nominations were announced was the cold shoulder for The Lego Movie, one of the most successful and acclaimed films of the year. People foolishly blamed two of the movies they had never heard of that were nominated. I blame the inclusion of the very inferior movie The Boxtrolls. It was a technically challenging film from a company that has done wonderful work, but this wasn’t a creatively satisfying film according to virtually everyone. But most everyone else said, hey, what’s Song Of The Sea and The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya? Never heard of ’em! Well, Song is from the people behind The Secret Of Kells and uses an Irish folk tale to create a visually striking new film. Princess Kaguya is an even more gorgeous work from Studio Ghibli, the source for animation master Miyazaki. This fable proves the artisans that crafted his many masterpieces will be carrying on the tradition of excellent film work for years to come. Watch these and you won’t be complaining about why they were included; you’ll be complaining that they should have won over the middling effort Big Hero Six.

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RIDE THE PINK HORSE ($ 39.95 BluRay; Criterion)
THE SURE THING ($ 24.97 BluRay; Shout! Factory)
THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI ($ 14.98 BluRay; Mill Creek)
VINCENT & THEO ($ 29.95 BluRay; Olive)
THE WILD ONE ($ 14.98 BluRay; Mill Creek)
THE BREAKFAST CLUB 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION ($ 19.98 BlURay; Universal)

Robert Montgomery is a fascinating figure in Hollywood, both staunchly conservative and a bit of rebel thanks to going it online to purse his own projects after years in the studio system. He made a string of good to great movies, served as a pioneer in grooming politicians to make the most of their visual image via TV and the like (he served as an image consultant for President Eisenhower), fought corruption, hated commies and like any man’s man, genuinely put himself in harm’s way during World War Ii, ultimately winning the Bronze Star. He enjoyed big success as a producer in TV, where Robert Montgomery Presents was a big hit. His directorial efforts were less acclaimed but Montgomery hit a high water mark with the offbeat noir Ride A Pink Horse. (Even the title is offbeat!) It’s given loving treatment from Criterion but this is no lost classic. It’s a solid if second tier noir but with enough interest to make it worth your time. It’s the sort of release that let’s you know the folk at Criterion are people with their own quirky favorites and not just turning out the obvious big classics, like those AFI lists of the 100 Best Comedies that are depressingly middle brow.

John Cusack just switched some of his behind the scenes team and I couldn’t be happier. A terrific actor, Cusack has lost a step or two commercially and while he’s always working and always making money, he’s not building on the great early work of his career, at least not consistently. Here’s hoping he gets back on track and can make new films as fresh and distinctive as The Sure Thing. An early triumph for Rob Reiner, it’s a classic road movie with Cusack and Daphne Zuniga battling every step of the way as college students headed cross country. She’s meeting her boyfriend/husband-to-be while he’s hooking up with a sure thing. It’s a genuine delight. “Make love in a hammock!” is always good advice. Watch it and remind yourself how good he can be.

It’s another peak moment for fans of Orson Welles. A beautifully restored print of Chimes Of Midnight is on its way. A new book – Orson Welles’s Last Movie — tells the wild, hard to believe story of the making and unmaking of his still unseen final work The Other Side Of The Wind. And here is a gorgeous new BluRay print of his noir-ish The Lady From Shanghai. Not peak Welles but it has peak moments including a justly famous climax. This print looks just smashing.

Director Robert Altman was alone and all but forgotten during his years in the wilderness after the collapse of Popeye and before his comeback. He made modest, un-Altmanesque movies on a dime. But for my money they’re proud additions to his body of work and only add lustre to his legacy. Secret Honor is a compelling one-man show for Philip Baker Hall as NIxon. Streamers is a tight and nicely done adaptation of the stage play. And Vincent & Theo is an excellent example of that awful sub-genre: the film about a great artist. Often deadly dull, but this one is vibrant and alive, with excellent work by Tim Roth as Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Rhys as his much put-upon brother. It’s raw and passionate and exciting. No wonder his next film would be The Player.

The biker movie The Wild One was a sensation when it came out. Now it’s a curio, reduced to that one great bit of dialogue (“What are you rebelling against?” “Whatta ya got?”) and of course Brando. Marlon Brando makes it worth a look and this is a fine print. But the film is hopelessly dated despite his best effort.

The Breakfast Club is also dated, I must admit. A big favorite of mine on its release, the film was rightly dubbed The Little Chill while in production. Indeed, just like The Big Chill, it has remarkable casting (Jackie Burch did the honors) and scenes that imprinted themselves on a generation. Sure, it’s blame the parents attitude felt a little easy even then but it took its teenager heroes seriously, something you usually had to watch French films to see. But it holds up as a showcase for the great cast and as a time capsule for an era when young people at the center of a film felt like a novelty.

Thanks for reading. Michael Giltz is the founder of BookFilter, a book lover’s best friend. It’s a website that lets you browse for books online the way you do in a physical bookstore, provides comprehensive info on new releases every week in every category and offers passionate personal recommendations every step of the way. It’s like a fall book preview or holiday gift guide — but every week in every category. He’s also the cohost of Showbiz Sandbox, a weekly pop culture podcast that reveals the industry take on entertainment news of the day and features top journalists and opinion makers as guests. It’s available for free on iTunes. Visit Michael Giltz at his website and his daily blog.

Note: Michael Giltz is provided with free copies of DVDs and Blu-rays with the understanding that he would be considering them for review. Generally, he does not guarantee to review and he receives far more titles than he can cover.
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Podcast Review: No Such Thing As A Fish

One could have, perhaps, predicted the glut of pop culture-oriented podcasts that have sprung up. Hell, it’s the linchpin for the recently launched WolfPop network of shows. Less understandable (at least to me) is the rise of the trivia-oriented podcast.

Especially trivia AND comedy.

There’s Good Job, Brain, NPR’s Ask Me Another podcast, and even Another Damn Trivia Show.

2015-01-24-NSTAAF.jpegNow we’re even importing our trivia shows. From over across the pond comes No Such Thing As A Fish, an offshoot of QI, which stands for Quite Interesting, a BBC2 TV comedy panel show. The TV show is hosted by famed English comedians Alan Davies and Stephen Fry.

The podcast spinoff is hosted by a quartet of the TV show’s researchers (or the “QI Elves”, as they call themselves): Alex, James, Andy, and Anna. And each week’s show is based on the most interesting facts the four have managed to discover in the past 7 days.

The show is in four segments, each segment kicked off by a host’s favorite fact for the week. In the latest edition, the inciting factoid was “Cows have friends, and they get sad when you separate them.” Supporting research is offered to valid said facts, then there’s a free-for-all as the others toss out vaguely related bits on the kickoff fact.

Did you know, for instance, that sharks also have friends? Other topics in this fascinating and funny episode include tiger selfies, dog- and goat-pulled baby carriages, and author D.H. Lawrence who, as it turned out, had a cow named Susan that he wrote about frequently.

This show is like one of those trivia books people used to keep in the bathroom, except No Such Thing As A Fish is a toilet trivia book for your ears.

Also listening to: Tom Rhodes Radio with guest John Cooper Clarke; and Pretend To Know #5: Gambling!

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An Open Letter to My Ex-Wife: I Thought You Were the Most Beautiful Thing in the World

I never imagined you and I, out of all the people in this world, would go through something so devastating as we did.

Throughout the years, we created the most beautiful memories. We climbed all the way to the top together, only to slip and fall as soon as we got there. And though I may have contributed to that fall, I tried so hard to hold on to you.

My heart shattered into a million pieces. Eventually, I realized I couldn’t save us.

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I couldn’t undo what had been done, and I let you go to find your true happiness.

All I ever wanted was my own family. Every day, I dreamed of falling in love with a woman, getting married, buying a beautiful home and one day bringing our own little bundle of joy into the world.

I guess it goes without saying that you made all of that feel real for me; you helped make most of those dreams come true. I wanted nothing more than to be the best husband, a romantic lover, the most selfless provider, and one day, the world’s best dad.

Our relationship wasn’t perfect, but I loved you so much.

All those things I wanted to be, I couldn’t imagine with anyone but you.

Our life together — it was like Disney World. We ran carefree in this theme park we call life. Holding each others’ hands, we laughed, cried, loved, and we were in awe of everything we experienced. We were children with dreams, and together, we thought about the day when all of ours would come true.

Eventually, though, those roller coasters stopped.

The music died down, the lights shut off, and our magical journey came to an abrupt halt.

You were gone.

Suddenly, everything that was so familiar about life felt so foreign. I was lost without you. All I had left were my memories and dreams of us that I knew would never come true.

There are a few things that I never had the opportunity to tell you …

Every time I called you, I looked forward to hearing you answer the phone. You would say “hey” in this voice that sound so innocent and so loving. And it never changed. It always reminded me of the beginning of our relationship and all of the reasons I fell in love with you. Who would have thought something so simple could be so powerful? It’s what made you unique.

Remember all the times you yelled at me when I was looking at you? You’d ask me why, and I would either laugh or get angry because you had this “sass” about you. You know what? I looked at you because I thought you were the most beautiful thing in the world. I didn’t care what you were wearing — whether you had makeup on. I’d look at you and get lost in your laugh and your smile. Whatever flaws you believed you had, I loved — how you’d look in the mirror and always suck in your stomach; how you always analyzed every picture we took together and made me delete them, nine times out of 10; how you’d pace around on the phone when you were nervous. Or how about how you hated to be on video? I noticed everything. But I loved it.

How about Valentine’s Day in Atlantic City, when we arrived at the hotel and got the keys to our suite, only to find out it was disgusting. You wouldn’t even sit on the bed! We both laughed until we got our room switched. Once we got there, you started jumping up and down like a maniac (I have it on video), and then eventually, you crashed and took a nap, like you always did. I sat there on that cloudy afternoon, lights off in the room, and just watched you sleep. I kept thinking about getting to marry you one day and having the opportunity to enjoy that moment over and over again. You looked so peaceful, and it reminded me of the responsibility I had to protect you, always.

Then there was that warm summer afternoon in June. The commute home from work that day was the most exciting drive of my life (and the longest, too). I will never forget picking up the phone and calling you, asking you to get ready and meet me at the house so we could grab dinner. It was spontaneous, I know, and in hindsight, not very well-planned. I didn’t care, though.

I wanted to ask you to spend the rest of your life with me, and I guess I just couldn’t wait anymore.

Your ring had been sitting in my room for three weeks in its blue Tiffany box, wrapped with a white ribbon. Every time I looked at it, I would think back to that night in May 2004 when I first laid eyes on you.

I thought about us being kids, not having anything but each other. I thought about the dreams we shared, and how I was so ready to spend the rest of my life with you. You helped shaped me into the man I was becoming, and this was a representation of my love and appreciation for you.

I was so nervous walking onto that beach in Long Branch — my hands were sweating, my heart racing. When I got down on one knee in the sand, I remember the look on your face. The sun was beating down, your hair was blowing in the wind. I could hear the waves crashing behind me. I’ll never forget you putting your hands over your mouth, saying “YES!”

It was one of the happiest moments of my life. When I slipped that ring onto your finger, I was certain it would never come off.

That leaves me with our wedding day.

June 10, 2012, the greatest day of my life. I looked forward to that for 27 years, but I never imagined it to be as beautiful as it was.

I was in awe of everything — the cameras, the flowers, the people, the church, the venue. Everything was beyond my wildest imagination, but nothing could compare to the excitement I felt about becoming your husband.

I couldn’t wait to make you Mrs. D’Ambrosio.

Here we were, two teenagers who met on the Seaside boardwalk eight years prior, with no idea about life, love, and where it would take us. We finally created this day. We had built our lives, our careers, our home, and now it was time to build our family.

I stepped out to the altar and waited for you. My heart was filled with so many emotions, but I just wanted to hold your hand for the rest of my life.

When those doors opened, every dream, wish and prayer I ever had came marching right toward me, more beautiful than I could have ever imagined.

You were my best friend. I wanted so much more for the both of us.

Sometimes, though, we have to accept the unexpected.

Our worlds need to fall apart, so we can put them back together the way they were meant to be.

There’s nothing more important to me than your happiness, and knowing you have that means the world to me. Our lives took different paths, but that can never take away from the memories we shared.

As for me? I’m happy. I’ve found peace. I am busier than ever with work, I found a new passion with writing, and I’ve been rebuilding a life that was once in a million pieces. I still dream of having a family. I still dream of holding my own child. Of course, I still dream of falling in love and finding my true happiness.

I’m much of the same Anthony you knew, but so much different.

You see, too many people live with hate in this world. Those same people live with anger and fear.

I’m not one of those people.

I’m disappointed we never got to finish writing our happily ever after, but I’ll never be angry. I’ll never hate you, and I’ll never be dishonest about my emotions. God gave me this amazing opportunity to love. It brought me to so many beautiful places, taught me so much about life and gave me memories I’ll cherish forever. How can I ever be angry about that?

To your parents, sister, grandparents, aunt and uncle — tell them I always loved them as if they were my own, and I’m sorry if I never lived up to their expectations. I knew how much they loved you. I knew what kind of man they wanted for you, and God knows, I did everything I could to make sure I was just that.

And finally, to you — I’m sorry for anything I may have ever done to hurt you. More than anything, I wanted to spend forever with you by my side, and to one day add our own little peanut who would join us for the ride. Everything I did in my life was to ensure yours would be all you dreamed it to be. I wanted to give you the world.

Unfortunately, I fell short.

If I knew then what I know now, I would have held you tighter during our first dance and picked a song that never ended.

I’m not perfect, and I never want people to think that I am. I’ve made mistakes. I’ve done things I’m not proud to admit, and I’ve made decisions I wish I could take back. But I loved someone with every bone in my body, with every beat of my heart and every inch of my soul. It wasn’t perfect, but I know for sure I loved with everything I had; I loved in such a way that your happiness was always mine. And I’m thankful for that.

I once told you I wish I could put into words how much I loved you and share it with the world; here’s my best shot at that promise.

Losing you may have been the most painful experience of my life, but it made me stronger than ever. It somehow made life feel real.

While on paper I lost my wife, in reality I lost so much more.

I lost a piece of me that I will never get back.

Take good care of it.

All the best,

Anthony

A version of this post originally appeared on AJD Publications.
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