Funny responses from the leading actors from the TV series "Supernatural".
‘Weathering With You’ Review: Letting the Sun Shine In
The rain doesn’t simply fall in “Weathering With You,” an anime about love in a time of catastrophe, it gushes. The record torrent that pounds Tokyo throughout is relentless: It floods streets and homes, wrapping the city in a heavy blanket of gray. There’s beauty here, though, in the shocks of color like the red latticework of an Eiffel-like tower and umbrellas that, when seen from above, look like promenading flowers.
‘Dolittle’ Review: Baa, Humbug
At some point during its troubled gestation, the movie once known as “The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle” was renamed “Dolittle.” Was “voyage” too fusty, “doctor” too fancy?
Whatever the case, it’s too bad that the rest of this movie couldn’t have been ditched as well, or at least dramatically shortened. A dreary, overextended yawn, this is the latest movie to feature John Dolittle, the doctor turned horse whisperer that Hugh Lofting, a…
This video shows the relationship between Raymond (Red) Reddington and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Keane and how much the hero of the series "Blacklist" cares about this woman.
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In 1961 was released the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's starring Audrey Hepburn, iconic and classic film until today. It was inspiration in the fashion of the time with the classic and vintage clothing of the character Holly, all of them created by Givenchy.
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Grant Gustin and Ezra Miller on the set of DC TV series Crossover - "CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS"
4 years ago, the world lost a wonderful actor - Alan Rickman.
‘Parasite,’ ‘Joker’ and Other 2020 Oscar-Nominated Movies to Stream
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The nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards were announced Monday, with “Joker” leading the way with 11 nominations and “The Irishman,” “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” and “1917” receiving 10 apiece. “1917” is still early in its theatrical run, but those three others are all…