The 11 Greatest Paul Thomas Anderson Scenes

Paul Thomas Anderson came out of the '90s indie film boom, which also popularized directors like David O. Russell, Cameron Crowe, the Coen brothers, Gus Van Sant, Quentin Tarantino, Alexander Payne and more. Anderson has always moved at his own pace, with five year gaps between some of his films, andworks on his own terms. He has an ensemble of actors that he has worked with multiple times, including the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, John C. Reilly, Philip Baker Hall, William H. Macy, and Juliann...
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Falling in Love #21 - non-attributed Matt Baker art

Falling in Love #21 Falling in Love v1 #21, 1958 - Falling for a renowned writer who moved to town, a "Plain Jane" changes her looks and attire to please him. During this era, Vince Colletta often hired Matt Baker to supply unattributed pencils to his comic jobs. Most of the time, as in this case, the drawings are rushed and poorly executed. Sadly, Colletta's inks make the overall artwork even [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Stealing Our Souls"

From DC's anarchist cartoonist, Mike Flugennock - "Stealing Our Souls" http://sinkers.org/stage/?p=3301 There's a new strain of Covidiot virus going around among healthcare  workers — proof that Stupid can strike any of us, though if you  consider how long it takes to become a doctor vs. how long it takes to  become a nurse, it all makes sense. There have been a couple of outbreaks of the new Stupid Variant in the  past week, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, and ...
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14 Korean Horror Movies You Need To See

Korean horror movies are brutal, funny, and in a completely different league. The brand of horror found in Korean cinema contradicts much of what we expect from mainstream American movies. These films are not as concerned with quick cuts and jump scares, but rather digging into the deepest parts of the human subconscious, where dark thoughts grow like poisonous mushrooms. Violence is treated like an art form, beautifully choreographed in films like "Oldboy" and "I Saw The Devil" that illustrate ...
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you're not a REAL yoga practitioner until you've audibly farted in class
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Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai’s Tan Demoness Hunted in the Human World

Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai‘s cute tan demoness Jahy has encountered another conflict of sorts as a certain character has made their return to hunt her down, albeit failing in comedic fashion, the rest of the episode then focuses on Jahy spending the rest of her already minuscule funds on nourishment. Omake:
Tags: Food, Comedy, Animals, Anime, Tan, Moe, Lolita, Oppai, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Silver Link, Kujikenai, Jahy, Jahy-sama wa Kujikenai, Human World

RushOrderTees Made Me a CWR Shirt!

Thanks to RushOrderTees, I now have a shirt with my website URL on it! They agreed to send me a sample in return for me mentioning them here. And I’m glad to know of a site that can do single copies of shirts, hoodies, and cups with a logo or design on them. They have plenty of styles and colors to choose from. I’ve already washed it, and both the logo and the size held up, plus it arrived more [...]
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What Did You Eat Yesterday? Volume 15

I love this series so much. Each new volume of What Did You Eat Yesterday? continues to appeal for the same reasons: small stories about a caring couple having everyday meals together while coping with adult concerns. They’re punctuated by neat food ideas and great art, focused on expression and recipe details. Volume 15 opens with Shiro visiting his housewife friend and her family to congratulate her grandchild on starting elementary school. He doesn’t know what one gets a child [...]
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Candyman Scares Up the Box Office, Tops $20 Million First Weekend

Candyman slashed his way to the top of the box office where the iconic villain slashed a cool $22 million from 3,569 theaters, proving yet again that audiences simply can’t get enough horror in their appetite. Per Deadline, in terms of August releases, Nia DaCosta’s thriller (from producer Jordan Peele) ranks fourth behind 2009’s Final Destination ($27.4 million), 2016’s Don’t Breathe ($26.4 million), and 2007’s Halloween ($26.3 million). Not too shabby! RELATED: Candyman Clip Shows Reason Why Y...
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Oldtaku no Radio # 058 – Kaiji: Ultimate Survivor

For this episode, Jared and Ink talk about Kaiji - the anime about a hapless loser with a heart of gold (and a gambling problem). This anime from 2007, which adapts part of Nobuyuki Fukumoto's original manga, is competitive gaming like you've never seen before and still stands out visually and thematically among its peers. So listen in and find out all that's to love about the first season of Kaiji ! Stream Kaiji via Crunchyroll.Purchase Kaiji  on BD via Rightstuf, Sentai, or Amazon.Purch...
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Eden’s Zero’s Girls Always in Danger of Rape & Rebecca Gets Slimed

Shiki and Homura find themselves in a new location after the event’s of the last episode of Eden’s Zero, with Homura about to be raped, meanwhile, Rebecca has a reunion with a certain hostile female character and is forced into magical girl attire before getting coated in slime. Omake:
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The 14 Best Comedies You Can Watch On Netflix Right Now

There's room for criticism when it comes to the curation of Netflix's library. The popular streaming service seems to deny the existence of films released before 1970, for example, and as the company invests more and more money into original content, it has slowly begun to neglect other areas. But not comedy. Other genres aren't particularly well represented on the service, but comedy is alive and well on Netflix, with a multitude of different subgenres at the viewer's fingertips. Brutal satires...
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Prodigal Son: The Complete Second Season

I didn’t watch Prodigal Son. I gave it a try, because Good Omens and Staged made me a huge fan of Michael Sheen, and this was such an unusual choice for a role. He plays a convicted serial killer whose son (Tom Payne) is a really messed up (obviously) profiler for the FBI and NYPD. The son is able to think like a killer but lives in fear he will become like his father. I didn’t stick with it, though, [...]
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First Teaser Trailer for 'The Guilty' Remake Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

"Listen carefully." Netflix has unveiled a very short teaser for their film The Guilty, a remake of a Danish thriller from a few years ago. This English-language remake (a pretty common trend for Hollywood these days) is directed by Antoine Fuqua, and stars Jake Gyllenhaal in the same role as Danish actor Jakob Cedergren in the original (watch the trailer for it here). The film takes place over the course of a single morning in a 911 dispatch call center. Call operator Joe Baylor (Gyllenhaal...
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The Best Ryan Gosling Movies Ranked

Ryan Gosling is one of the best actors working today, and among the most selective. Although he gained popularity as a heartthrob in "The Notebook," Gosling proved fairly early on that he wasn't interested in cheesy Hollywood romances. Gosling delved deep into independent cinema and worked alongside some of the best emerging directors; many of his films are now considered modern classics.Gosling earned his first Academy Award nomination for "Half Nelson," and he's become a frequent awards conten...
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Monday, August 30 Filming Locations

Here’s a look at various filming locations for August 30, 2021: Filming in California TV Series: Untitled Bosch Spin-Off Location: 113 N Larchmont Blvd.; 173 S Las Palmas Ave., Los Angeles  TV Series: Better Things Location: 2300 Silver Lake Blvd., Los Angeles  Filming in New York TV Series: And Just Like That Location: 82nd St, […] The post Monday, August 30 Filming Locations appeared first on On Location Vacations.
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Ed Asner, Star Of The Mary Tyler Moore Show And Elf, Dead At Age 91

Ed Asner, best known for playing the loveably grumpy newsman Lou Grant on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and Santa Claus in the modern holiday classic "Elf," has passed away at age 91. The actor is also known for voicing the crotchety, old Carl Fredricksen in Pixar's animated adventure "Up." Ed Asner Could Do It All Ed Asner's family confirmed his passing by way of an update through his profile on Twitter, which you can read above.Though Ed Asner didn't earn his first Emmy until 1971, after he land...
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Darryl Cunningham and Voices From the NHS

Darryl Cunningham, the artist behind non-fiction graphic novels including How to Fake a Moon Landing, Graphic Science, and the most recent Billionaires: The Lives of the Rich and Powerful, has created a new free online comic. Voices from the NHS: A People’s History is based on stories from a research project capturing workers and patients in their own voices, about the UK National Health Service. It’s not exactly a celebratory work, as it acknowledges many of the issues with the [...]
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Blue Archive New Event PV Rife With Irresistible Moe

Yostar’s other smartphone game, Blue Archive (as opposed to Azur Lane or Arknights), is experiencing another new update and released an appropriately cute and fluffy PV to accompany it, the superior animation quality and cuteness sure to make for an effective way of convincing players into spending cash. The event is titled “Neverland de Tsukamaete” […]
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The Last Article About Captain America's Politics; We Swear

By Erik Barnes Published: August 29th, 2021
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New Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya Project Announced

Not long after the Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya: Licht Namae no Nai Shoujo movie debuted in Japanese theaters, it’s been learned that the Prisma Illya series will persist as a new project was announced, though it wasn’t explained if it will be a new movie, anime, or something else entirely. A stage greeting for the […]
Tags: Movies, Anime, Announcements, Continuations, Mahou Shoujo, Spin-off, Silver Link, Prisma Illya

The Subtle Sex Joke Flying Around In 'Dr. Strangelove'

By Cezary Jan Strusiewicz Published: August 29th, 2021
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New Release Review [Cinema] - SECOND SPRING

Diagnosed with a rare brain condition, a woman embarks on an affair with a gardener. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Trailer for 'Man in the Field' Doc Profiling Artist / Chef Jim Denevan

"It makes people feel part of something larger than themselves… and yet something very human and intimate." Greenwich Ent. has released an official trailer for a documentary film called Man in the Field, formerly known as Outstanding in the Field: The Movie before the retitle, about the iconic "Outstanding in the Field" dining experience. Follow the journey of Jim Denevan, a self-taught creative genius who heals his traumatic childhood through a farm to table dinner tour and the creation of ...
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Legendary Actor Ed Asner Passes Away at 91

Legendary actor and activist Ed Asner has passed away. Asner, 91, passed away Sunday morning and is said to have been surrounded by family. Asner is best known for portraying the character of Lou Grant in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. The character was so popular that it received a spin-off series called Lou Grant. His portrayal of Grant earned him five Emmy wins, and he received two other Emmy wins during his career (for the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man and Roots) making him the most awarded male...
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Gahi-chan! Manga Stars Strange Mimic Girl Who Can Imitate Illustrations

The rather unique premise of Gahi-chan! will surely aid in garnering it attention as the manga stars a youkai mimic girl who can transform into the illustrations she consumes, the otherworldly being frequently assuming the form of various attractive females and naturally leading into many perverse scenarios. Gahi-chan! stars the mimic girl of the same […]
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Kevin Smith Reveals A First Look At Clerks III Meticulously Recreating The Original Clerks

Kevin Smith has been busy working on "Clerks III." The writer/director is getting a little nostalgic with the sequel, which is coming 15 years since we last saw the titular convenience store slackers Dante (Brian O'Halloran) and Randal (Jeff Anderson) in the fast food game in "Clerks II." Inspired by his own near-death experience, the sequel finds Randal pooling his resources to make a movie about the time he and Dante have spent working behind a counter, not unlike Kevin Smith did with the orig...
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Cowboy Bebop Books And Comics Will Explore The Netflix Show's Universe (And How It Was Made)

Get ready for the "Cowboy Bebop" blitz to begin in late 2021. After giving us a first look at its live-action series starring John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, and Daniella Pineda, Netflix and Titan Publishing have announced details of some companion books and comics that will be coming your way, starting in November and December.The comics, especially, are all too appropriate since "Cowboy Bebop" began life as a manga tie-in circa 1997 before it debuted as an anime series on Japanese television in 1998...
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Improve your club by doing a membership survey

At a recent board meeting of our club, ARROW, the subject of doing a membership survey came up. My Rotary club does annual membership surveys, and I’m a big proponent of them. While we were discussing the topic, I did a quick internet search and came up with the following two links: NPARC Amateur Radio Club Membership Survey They’re both fairly similar, although the Broken Arrow survey asks more questions about members’ experiences and preferences. If you’re considering a membership survey...
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Interview: Eric Vale & Sonny Strait Discuss My Hero Academia’s Tomura Shigaraki & Re-Destro

My Hero Academia has entered its “My Villain Academia” arc, which gives a new focus on the baddies of the popular anime series. Not only are key members of the League of Villains spotlighted, such as the leader Tomura Shigaraki, Himiko Toga, and Dabi, but a new villain is introduced in the form of Re-Destro, who leads the Meta Liberation Army. “The League of Villains is dead broke and getting nowhere fast,” says the official synopsis. “All For One’s enormous bodyguard Gigantomachia arrives to pu...
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