How To Make Your Clients Feel Truly Valued

Have you ever been to a business that was so impressive that made you feel like a VIP, and you had that urge where in you just want your family and friends to know about the experience? I’m not talking about employees of a business treating you right and meeting your expectations because that’s just basic customer service and every business should do that! What I am talking about is a business that had that certain something that’s hard to put your finger on. Whatever that certain something i...
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Twitter Reacts To Jeff Bezos’ Tabloid Tale

Blackmail is no joke but these tweets are So in the realm of crazy things that have happened in the news lately, one of the weirder ones was Jeff Bezos writing an article to get ahead of a story that National Enquirer was going to break later. Well, let’s not call it a story. Let’s call it what it is, which is extortion and blackmail. Basically, the National Enquirer threatened Bezos with some sensitive photos of the billionaires jewels. No... not those jewels, those jewels. And while bla...
Tags: Humor, Jeff Bezos, National Enquirer, Donald Trump, Trump, Whitaker, Bezos, National Inquirer, Pecker, Kara Calavera, Matt Whitaker, Anonymous White House, Kelci Grammar, Trump Feds

Date A Live III Episode 5 Impression

On this episode, Natsumi escapes and vanished. Later, Shidou and the spirits attempt to stop the falling satellites. It was sweet to see Shidou and the spirits continue to have faith and respect towards Natsumi. Also, Natsumi is nicely opening up. Other than that, the action fight of stopping the satellites was just awesome. Now who is going to be the next spirit for Shidou to seal? I definitely can't wait. Overall, awesome satellite battle and nice sealing finale for Natsumi. Conclusion: Awesom...
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Gif Reactions For Any Emotion You Feel During The Grammys

Because sometimes words just aren’t enough The Grammy’s are coming up this weekend and awards shows can be an emotional roller coaster. Whether you get to see your favorite artist win an award or you have to watch as sadly their name isn’t called, it’s bound to be full of highs and lows. And sometimes it’s hard to put those feelings into words, but thankfully we’ve got gifs for that. Here’s a collection of reaction gifs featuring some of this years Grammy nominees to help you express how ...
Tags: Humor, Kelci Grammar

The Saturday Profile: ‘Shoplifters’ Director Pierces Japan’s Darker Side

“I don’t portray people or make movies where viewers can easily find hope,” says Hirokazu Kore-eda, director of the Oscar-nominated film “Shoplifters.”
Tags: Japan, Movies, News, Hirokazu Kore, Abe, Shinzo, Academy Awards (Oscars, Tokyo (Japan, Kore-eda, Hirokazu, Shoplifters (Movie

Review: High Flying Bird

— by RON WILKINSON — Professional sports have reached a point of almost religious sanctity, and dogma, all over the world. As expected, the money changing hands leads to corruption, major or minor, in almost every league. Director Steven Soderbergh fit right into this film, since the modern American National Basketball Association is a company […]
Tags: Reviews, Movies, Steven Soderbergh, Ron Wilkinson, Andre Holland, Tarell Alvin McCraney, Melvin Gregg, American National Basketball Association

PlatinumGames Offices Explored

Popular action game developer PlatinumGames has revealed a short video touring their offices in Osaka, Japan. The developer of such hit action games like the Bayonetta series, NieR: Automata, Metal Gear Rising: Revengence and Vanquish have published a video on their official YouTube channel giving fans a brief tour of their fabulous workplace. The video, […]
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Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist undergoes open heart surgery

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lindsey Buckingham underwent open heart surgery that left the former Fleetwood Mac guitarist with damaged vocal cords. Buckingham’s publicist said in a statement Friday that he experienced chest pains last week and was taken to the hospital where he had the life-saving procedure. Buckingham is recovering at home with his family. […]
Tags: News, Entertainment, Los Angeles, Ap, Nation, Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham, Buckingham

Hide out from the Seattle Snowpocalypse with these snowy — and sunny — movies

If you're cooped up inside this weekend, here are some movie suggestions — for those who revel in wintry weather, as well as those who've had enough of it — from movie critic Moira Macdonald.
Tags: Movies, News, Entertainment, Seattle Snowpocalypse

Superhero Bits: ‘Agents of SHIELD’ Season Six Details, Gal Gadot Isn’t Wonder Woman in ‘The LEGO Movie 2’ & More

When does Justice League vs The Fatal Five arrive? What can we expect from the sixth season of Agents of SHIELD? Want to see an Avengers: Endgame trailer cut in the style of Dunkirk? Who really voiced Wonder Woman in The LEGO Movie 2? Will Charles Xavier have hair when he appears on Legion? Do you want to see Robert Pattinson as Batman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Justice League vs. The Fatal Five hits digital on March 30th and 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & DVD on April 16t...
Tags: Movies, Agents Of Shield, Gotham, Robert Pattinson, Suicide Squad, Justice-League, Batwoman, Batman, Deadpool, Avengers, Hellboy, Cw, Aquaman, Alice, Dunkirk, Legion

Gary Vaynerchuk Says Not To Buy A Home

Recently, Gary Vaynerchuck told his throngs of listeners that home ownership no longer makes sense in his world economy. As someone who likes people to believe everything he touches turns to f&#@*%! gold, this should raise a few eyebrows… Here's 42sec from today's episode, click to watch fullThe Modern Day Robin Hood | Cannonball Moments Interviewhttps://t.co/XmVlUBGhmR pic.twitter.com/RKCsIBbx7I— Gary Vaynerchuk (@garyvee) February 7, 2019 While Gary is certainly looked up...
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Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Shows the Horrors of the Sengoku Period

FromSoftware has released a brand new story trailer for their upcoming and highly anticipated action game “Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice”, showing off the main character’s origin story. An overview of the story and game directly from FromSoftware: In the aftermath of a gruesome battle, the Owl finds a new apprentice. Winner of “Best of gamescom” and […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Xbox One, Anime, Ps4, Pc Gaming, From Software

Theme Park Bits: Space Mountain Injury, The Patriots Are Headed to Disney, A Halo Theme Park, and More

In this edition of Theme Park Bits: Things are back to normal at Disneyland’s Space Mountain after a man exited the vehicle mid-ride. The (ugh) Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots are going to Disney. Build up your appetite at Universal’s Mardi Gras celebration. And more! It’s rare that I hear about a story for Theme Park Bits first from my wife, while she’s in Disneyland, but such was the case a few days ago. While at Disneyland Park for a school trip, my wife let me know that Space M...
Tags: Movies, Halo, Disney, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Buffalo Bills, Theme Parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Patriots, Disney World, Mardi Gras, Anaheim, Dole, Disneyland Park

Mailbag: The Best Movie Apps, How To Watch More Movies, What To Eat At The Movies, and the Keto Diet

On the February 8, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , weekend editor Brad Oman , senior writer Ben Pearson , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to answer some reader emails. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Play , Overcast , Spotify and all the popular podcast apps (here is the RSS URL if you need it). Opening Banter: It’s a slow news day today. I...
Tags: Movies, Australia, Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, James Gunn, Chris, Koji, Don, Greg, Dallas Texas, Tokyo Japan, Ben Pearson, Buffalo NY, Brian Thomas, Peter Sciretta

Michael Jackson’s estate assails HBO plans for documentary

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Michael Jackson’s estate is calling HBO’s decision to air a documentary that includes allegations from two men that the superstar molested them “disgraceful” and is urging the cable network to further investigate their backgrounds. The 10-page letter released Friday offers a meeting with HBO executives to try to discredit the stories […]
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Los Angeles, Ap, Nation, Michael Jackson

Chris Pratt Talks ‘Jurassic World 3’, Batman Rumors, and Why He Killed J.J. Abrams

While the world continues to debate who is Hollywood’s best Chris, here’s a fun fact about one of the contenders: Chris Pratt, the star of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Jurassic World franchises, briefly considered going by “Christo” when he first arrived in Hollywood. Not even “Christo Pratt” – just “Christo.” Think he made the right call? Pratt dropped that Christo nugget in a new interview with MTV, where he also addressed rumors that he might be the next Batman, spoke a bit about Jura...
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‘Dear White People’ Season 3 Tackles Problematic Heroes and Jumps One Semester Ahead [TCA 2019]

Dear White People has always used topical issues to inspire its storylines. Season one dealt with the aftermath of a blackface party on a college campus and an incident of police violence. Season two dealt with social media trolls and the rise of the alt-right. Series creator Justin Simien told the Television Critics Association what season three would tackle when the press visited the set of the show’s third season. “This year, some would call it an overcorrection but I think it’s probab...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Drama, Russia, Netflix, Liam Neeson, Television Critics Association, Seagal, Simien, Justin Simien, Dear White People, Film to TV, Steven Seagal Seagal, Reggie Green Marque Richardson

Janelle Monae applauds jump in Grammy nominations for women

LOS ANGELES (AP) — At a pre-Grammy brunch honoring Janelle Monae, a few hundred music industry players and performers packed tightly in a room to hear the singer speak passionately about women being the backbone of the music industry and dominating in nominations at Sunday’s show. And then there was a loud noise of glass […]
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Jordan Peele’s Amazon Series ‘The Hunt’ Hunts Down the Rest of Its Cast

Jordan Peele‘s Nazi-hunting series has set its targets on the rest of its ensemble cast. Percy Jackson star Logan Lerman is set to lead the Amazon series with Al Pacino playing a Nazi hunter who takes Lerman’s character under his wing. Now the rest of The Hunt cast is starting to take shape. Collider reported that Jerrika Hinton, Dylan Baker, Lena Olin, Greg Austin, Catherine Tate, Tiffany Boone, Saul Rubinek and Carol Kane are all in various stages of negotiation to join the cast. Amazon has...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Casting, Nazis, New York City, War, Fbi, United States, Nazi, Al-Pacino, True Story, Murray, Kane, Reich, LERMAN

Onechanbara Origins Bursts with New Screenshots

D3 Publisher has revealed an abundance of new bloody screenshots for the Onechanbara 1 and 2 remake called “Onechanbara Origins“. The remake of the two original games features a completely new cel-shaded animation style coupled with character redesigns by Katsumi Enami, known for character designs for many Nihon Falcom games. The gory gallery of screenshots, […]
Tags: Games, Anime, Ps4, Remakes, Guro, Image Gallery, D3, Tamsoft, Nihon Falcom, Onechanbara, Katsumi Enami

Devil May Cry’s Dante Could be Coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

An interview with Devil May Cry producer Hidaki Itsuno has revealed that there is a chance that protagonist Dante could make his way into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, though potentially only after one of his games are released onto a Nintendo platform. Itsuno addressed the fan desire for Dante to be playable in Super Smash […]
Tags: Games, Interviews, Nintendo, Anime, Smash Bros, Dante, Fighting Games, Devil May Cry, Itsuno, Hidaki Itsuno

Steven Spielberg and Amblin Adapting Reddit Horror Story ‘Spire in the Woods’

Six years ago, a series of posts popped up on the “no sleep” subReddit, the forum for writers to share original horror stories that are so terrifying that they give you, well, no sleep. But this story, titled “Spire in the Woods,” was different than most. Following a teen boy who is convinced that the suicide of a schoolmate may be connected to a local legend, the story captivated thousands of readers until it spread past Reddit and became a viral phenomenon. The author Tony Lunedi published th...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Adaptation, Reddit, Ryan Reynolds, Spielberg, Steven-Spielberg, Woods, Amblin Partners, Lunedi, Amblin Entertainment, Roy Lee, Jon Berg, Tony Lunedi, The Bells

Netflix Announces First Cast Members For Jupiter’s Legacy

Netflix Announces First Cast Members For Jupiter’s Legacy Netflix has begun putting the cast together for its adaptation of Mark Millar and Frank Quitely’s Jupiter’s Legacy. According to Collider, Josh Duhamel and Leslie Bibb have been tapped to lead the series as The Utopian and Lady Liberty, respectively. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googleta...
Tags: Comics, TV, Movies, Netflix, Jupiter, Mark Millar, Grace, Walter, Sheldon, Brandon, Millar, Chloe, Millarworld, Steven S DeKnight, Leslie Bibb, Matt Lanter

‘Mile 81’ Movie to Bring Yet Another of Stephen King’s Killer Cars to the Screen

Stephen King loves to write about killer cars, and producers love to adapt those tales into movies. The latest is Mile 81, based on a King short story about a station wagon that eats people (I’m serious). The adaptation will be produced by Ross M. Dinerstein, who produced another King adaptation – Netflix’s 1922. Alistair Legrand, filmmaker of horror flicks The Diabolical and Clinical, will direct. Hollywood has Stephen King fever right now, but producers are running out of titles to adapt (...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, Stephen-King, Netflix, Adaptation, Mile 81, John Carpenter, Buick, Christine, Pete, William Brent Bell, Legrand, Alistair Legrand, Ross M Dinerstein, Luke Harvis

Aquaman Spin-off The Trench in Development!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Aquaman spin-off The Trench in development! The Hollywood Reporter brings word that one of the best scenes in the Aquaman movie is gearing up for its own movie! Warner Bros. has hired writers Noah Gardner and Aidan Fitzgerald to script The Trench, a horror spin-off of the superhero movie focusing on the monstrous beasts that the King of Atlantis encountered in the film. THR notes that the details on the script are light, but that the film will be set within the “kingdom” o...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Dc Comics, Warner Bros, Geoff Johns, Peter Safran, James Wan, Noah Gardner, Aidan Fitzgerald

‘The Trench’, Horror Movie ‘Aquaman’ Spin-Off, Now in the Works at Warner Bros.

Here’s something I’m positive no one saw coming: Warner Bros. is planning an Aquaman spin-off…that’s also a horror movie. The Trench will focus on the monstrous trench creatures revealed in James Wan‘s Aquaman. Wan will produce the spin-off, which is said to have a much lower budget than the recent DC blockbuster.  THR broke the news about The Trench, a horror movie spin-off of James Wan’s Aquaman. The film will focus on the Lovecraftian Trench creatures that Jason Momoa and Amber Heard encou...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Warner Bros, Aquaman, Jason Momoa, Warner Brothers, James, Black Lagoon, Peter Safran, Comic Book/Superhero, Warners, James Wan, Wan, The Trench, Aquaman Wan, Noah Gardner

All 15 2019 Oscar-Nominated Shorts Are Coming to Theaters Today

It’s getting closer and closer to the February 24 Oscars ceremony, and if you’re still no closer to seeing all the nominees in time for your Oscar pool, fear not. All the 2019 Oscar nominated shorts, from animation to documentary to live-action, are coming to theaters. Here’s your chance to cry in the dark over Bao again. Short films have always been the black sheep of the Academy Awards ceremony — a prestigious category, but one that barely anyone has seen. And while the animated nominees a...
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Local Realtors reel from report Amazon may avoid NYC

That news did not thrill real estate agents in the area, half a dozen of whom said they still hope Amazon goes through with the original HQ2 plan. But they also said that with or without the retail giant, Long Island City has already benefited from months of publicity and should ultimately thrive long term.
Tags: Amazon, Technology, NYC, New York City, Analysis, Radio, Queens, Agent, Silicon Valley, Compass, Long Island City, Markets & Economy

JK to Ero Konbini Tenchou Recruits Fresh Meat

Perverse konbini ero-anime JK to Ero Konbini Tenchou is set to continue as a PV for its 7th episode contains a new sumptuous woman for the manager to violate, looking certain to once again fuel the fantasies of konbini employees. The PV gives watchers a taste of what they can expect from the full episode: […]
Tags: Anime, JK, Ero, Oppai, PV, H, Image Gallery, Ero-anime, Ero Konbini Tenchou, JK to Ero Konbini Tenchou

2019 Queerties Spotlight: Tuning in to the web series nominees

From mysteries to sketch comedy, from the sexual to the brooding, these web series look to explore new voices and entertain along the way.
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Queerty, Bonding, Room to Grow, Where The Bears Are, Brown Girls, Queerties, Matt & Dan, Mercy Mistress, Ghosts Of Fort Greene, Michael & Michael Are Gay, The T

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