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These adorable cinematic couples will make you swoon

Valentine’s Day is here again, and rather than dwell on how to spend Single’s Awareness Day (most likely in our shorts, on the couch, eating Velveeta) we choose instead to focus instead on movies that give us hope for the future. Hope that, yes indeed, true love exists. Real love for LGBTQ couples–the kind that lasts through the end credits, anyway–can prove difficult to find in the movies. Perhaps that helps these particular couples stand out. All find love by the time the movie ends, and get ...
Tags: Feature, Entertainment, Robin Williams, Lifestyle, Rent, Moonlight, Ad Friendly, Albert, Benjamin, Nathan Lane, The Birdcage, Armand, Bound, Queerty Ever After Feature, My Beautiful Launderette, Bohemian Rhapsody


10 Truly Great Movie Kisses That Deserve More Love

There have been quite a few memorable smooches throughout cinematic history. From the kiss that left us on the edge of our seat to the ones that made us melt, particular kisses continue to make us dream. But (as is the case with most artistic things), there have been a few swoon-worthy moments of emotion that have gone under-appreciated within the movie fan community. It’s Valentine’s Day, so it seems only fitting to give some much-needed-shout outs to a select few. So grab your favorite box of...
Tags: Movies, Robin Williams, Disney, Star Trek, Features, Egypt, Nick Offerman, Sam, Skye, Joe, Marcus, Val Kilmer, Robert, Billy Wilder, Tony Curtis, Rose


Robin Williams’ Celebrity Struggles: A Discussion with Dave Itzkoff by Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast (ep. 31)

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_031_12-16-19.mp3 New York Times culture reporter Dave Itzkoff joins your hosts Mark Linsenmayer, Erica Spyres, and Brian Hirt to consider issues raised by Dave's 2018 biography Robin: How do we make sense of our strange relation to celebrities, and what are strategies that celebrities use to deal with their asymmetric relationship to the world? While Robin Williams tried, in gratitude, to share himself with his ...
Tags: Google, Hbo, Podcasts, College, Robin Williams, Dave, New York Times, Joaquin Phoenix, Robin, Facebook Twitter, Bret Easton Ellis, Dave Itzkoff, Pretty Much Pop, Mark Linsenmayer Erica Spyres, Brian Hirt, Robin Dave


Jim Carrey Puts A Dramatic Spin On His Old Iconic Comedy Lines

I would watch the hell out of an Ace Ventura musical to be honest It goes without saying that Jim Carrey is one of the greatest forces of nature in the comedy world. Like other comedy giants such as Robin Williams and Eddie Murphy, saying that Jim Carrey is funny just doesn’t cut it — it’s not just a trait or a talent, it’s more like a sixth sense or a superpower. His comedic prowess isn’t his only superhuman ability, however. It’s a well-known fact that Jim is also a god-tier dramatic ac...
Tags: Stephen Colbert, Robin Williams, Showtime, Humor, Jim Carrey, Stephen, Eddie Murphy, Jim, Sloane Hughes


Birds of Prey Review

Rating: BEGIN SLIDESHOW 7.5/10 Cast: Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn Ewan McGregor as Roman Sionis/Black Mask Rosie Perez as Renee Montoya Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Huntress Jurnee Smollett-Bell as Black Canary Chris Messina as Victor Zsasz Ella Jay Basco as Cassandra Cain Ali Wong as Ellen Yee Directed by Cathy Yan Written by Christina Hodson Summary: The twisted, fairytale romance is over. The Joker has had enough of Harley Quinn and her endless antics and has kicked her to the curb. ...
Tags: Movies, Robin Williams, Gotham, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Quinn, Deadpool, Rosie Perez, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Liberace, Victor, Harley, McGregor


Pee-wee's Big Adventure isn't the only movie with a Rube Goldberg breakfast machine

I was **this** many years old when I learned that Pee-wee Herman isn't the only on-screen character with a breakfast-making contraption. My sweetie Andy just re-watched the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and told me it also has a Rube Goldberg machine that makes breakfast! I didn't know about that one, so I looked it up. And there it was. Then I wondered if there were more... and there are! First, let's start with Pee-wee's, which might be the best known one in pop culture (it even gets ripp...
Tags: Post, News, Robin Williams, Breakfast, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Einstein, Rube Goldberg, Charlie Chaplin, Dick Van Dyke, Andy, Ferris, Herman, Rube Goldberg Machine, Doc Brown, Caractacus Potts, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure


Sugrue and Rafferty survive the carnage at punishing Leopard Creek

Reigning Amateur champion James Sugrue stayed in touch with a third round 78 on a tough scoring day to sit two off the pace on one-under 215 with 18 holes to play in the African Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Leopard Creek. Credit Ernest Blignault. It's become a case of the survival of the fittest in the African Amateur Stroke Play Championship after a day of carnage at Leopa...
Tags: Amateur golf


Sugrue on the prowl despite late slip at Leopard Creek

Reigning Amateur champion James Sugrue will start moving day at the African Amateur Stroke Play Championship seven strokes off the pace on seven-under at Leopard Creek Country Club. Picture: Ernest Blignault. Mallow's James Sugrue is determined to go big-game hunting over the final two rounds even after a late triple-bogey stopped his charge and left him seven shots the halfway le...
Tags: England, France, Robin Williams, Scotland, US, Sport, Best, Ireland, South Africa, Golf, Zimbabwe, James Wilson, Oliver Brown, Dundalk, Lester, Kruger National Park


Stopping The Stench: City Leaders Propose Public Restroom In Cesar Chavez Park

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As California’s homeless problem grows, so does another issue: human waste on the streets. Sacramento lawmakers could be one step closer to a solution. Frustration from business owners is forcing the city to react, proposing to install a Portland Loo. The stand-alone public restroom would be placed at Cesar Chavez Park across from City Hall. The “Loo” will cost just over $300,000. The makers say it’s a safe place that’s designed to deter crime. It’s built with slightly open ...
Tags: California, Robin Williams, Sacramento, Portland, City Hall, Andrew, Sacramento City Council, Cesar Chavez Park, SACRAMENTO Park, Delany, City Hall The Loo


Sugrue starts like a lion at Leopard Creek

Mallow’s James Sugrue. Picture © USGA/Chris Keane Mallow's James Sugrue got 2020 off to an excellent start when he fired a three-under 69 to lead the Irish challenge after the opening round of the African Amateur Strokeplay at Leopard Creek.The reigning Amateur champion is tied for fourth, five shots behind South Africa's Ryan van Velzen (18), who shot an incredible, eight-under-...
Tags: England, Sweden, France, Robin Williams, Sport, Ireland, South Africa, Golf, James Wilson, Malone, Dundalk, Rafferty, USGA, McClean, Mallow, Keith Egan


Listen: ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ the Musical, Live From BroadwayCon

In the Broadway-bound musical version of “Mrs. Doubtfire,” actor Rob McClure has the unenviable job of following in the footsteps of comedy great Robin Williams, who memorably played the title role in the 1993 film on which the stage show is based. Listen to this week’s podcast below: How does McClure hope to fill those […]
Tags: News, Podcasts, Robin Williams, Broadway, Jerry Zaks, McClure, Rob McClure, Mrs. Doubtfire, Stagecraft


The 15 most iconic Super Bowl commercials of all time

Every year, several brands try to outwit each other with their Super Bowl commercials. But some ads left a more indelible impression than others. Here's our list of the most unforgettable Super Bowl commercials of all time, including ads from Apple, Amazon, and Pepsi. The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers both have their eyes set on the Lombardi trophy. But off the field, brands from Facebook to Pepsi will attempt to outwit each other with their Super Bowl commercials. While we w...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Hbo, Robin Williams, Doritos, San Francisco, Trends, Michael Jordan, Big Mac, Volkswagen, Kansas City Chiefs, Jeff Bezos, Betty White, Diego Maradona, Coca Cola


Did Robin Williams Say the ‘Worst Thing in Life is Ending Up With People Who Make You Feel All Alone’?

The famous actor may have said these words, but he didn't write them.
Tags: News, Robin Williams


Overheard in the Living Room...

[offscreen sound of soft thump on front porch]Me: "Are you expecting a package?" RX: "Actually, I don't know." Me: "Me either."[sound of front door opening and closing]Me: "Goddammit." RX: "What?" Me: "Someone left a vermiform appendix lying on our front porch." RX: "Is that the real Yellow Pages?" Me: "It's going right in the trash. When's the last time you looked something up in a paper phone book?" [mimes Robin Williams in Jumanji] "WHAT YEAR IS IT?!?" RX: "I'll bet if you called someone in t...
Tags: Wtf, Guns, Robin Williams, Jumanji, Tam, T'hee, Overheard


How Dick Cavett Brought Sophistication to Late Night Talk Shows: Watch 270 Classic Interviews Online

Just as the avuncular presence of Ed Sullivan helped ease middle America into accepting Elvis Presley and The Beatles, the aw-shucks midwestern charm of Dick Cavett made Woodstock hippies seem downright cuddly when he had Jefferson Airplane, David Crosby, and Joni Mitchell on just after the legendary music festival in 1969. He had a way of making everyone around him comfortable enough to reveal just a little more than they might otherwise. (See Jimi Hendrix talk about his National Anthem...
Tags: Google, New York, Television, College, Robin Williams, George Harrison, America, Jimi Hendrix, Yale, David Bowie, Elvis Presley, Nebraska, Scorsese, Joni Mitchell, Dick Cavett, National Anthem


‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ Musical Is Headed to Broadway

Fun-loving Scottish nanny Euphegenia Doubtfire is headed to Broadway. After a record-breaking run at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre, raking in more than $4.7 million in ticket sales over 42 performances, “Mrs. Doubtfire” the musical will head to the Great White Way this spring. Rob McClure (“Beetlejuice,” “Something Rotten”) will lead the cast as Daniel Hillard, […]
Tags: News, Robin Williams, Broadway, Seattle, Jerry Zaks, Great White Way, Pierce Brosnan, Sally Field, Rob McClure, Mrs. Doubtfire, Daniel Hillard, Euphegenia Doubtfire


Robin Williams’s Daughter Gets Sweet Surprise From Disney Character Filter On Instagram

Zelda Williams’s response to randomly getting the perfect character is so wholesome.
Tags: News, Robin Williams, Zelda Williams


When Robin Williams & Steve Martin Starred in Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot (1988)

Despite the dourest demeanor in literary history and a series of plays and novels set in the bleakest of conditions, there’s no doubt that Samuel Beckett was foremost a comic writer. Indeed, it is because of these things that he remains a singularly great comic writer. The deepest laughs are found, as in that old Mel Brooks quote, in the most absurdly tragic places. In Beckett, however, characters don’t just tell jokes about the wretched exigencies of human life, they fully embody all th...
Tags: Google, Comedy, College, Robin Williams, Alan Moore, Theatre, Williams, Broadway, Steve Martin, John Wayne, Mike Nichols, Samuel Beckett, Mel Brooks, Lucky, Martin, Facebook Twitter


Reliving the Completely Wild and Totally Surreal 2000 Oscars

The first Oscars of the new millennium shocked with crime, scandal and Robin Williams dancing in a “South Park” chorus line
Tags: Movies, News, South Park, Robin Williams, Houston, Whitney, Parker, Brooks, HILARY, Jolie, Matt, Trey, Stone, Garth, Swank, Angelina


Yes, Jumanji: The Next Level Does Have A Connection To Robin Williams' Movie

The star-studded new adventure does connect, and director Jake Kasdan explains how they did it.
Tags: Robin Williams, Religion, Jake Kasdan


These are the top Google searches of the past decade: From Disney Plus to Whitney Houston and the World Cup (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google has shared the top 10 trending searches from each year of the past decade. Google puts out an annual list of the search terms that saw spikes in traffic for a sustained period during the year. It also recently announced the top searches of 2019, and "Disney Plus" topped the list.  Since 2010, Google's top searches lists have included celebrity deaths, major news events, and key moments in pop culture. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As 2019 — and another decade — c...
Tags: Apple, Google, Florida, Hbo, Pinterest, Microsoft, Congress, France, Robin Williams, Russia, New York City, Powerball, Disney, US, Trends, Spain


One-Word Movie Titles Quiz: Answers and Winners! by PW Fun & Learning

Well. Done. Everyone! (See what we did there?) Who knew there were so many movies with one-word titles! Here are the stats, answers, and winners.   STATS 1,269 people took the quiz. 386 people aced it. (Look at you go!) The question that gave people the most trouble (only 52% got it right) was the one about Signs. The question most people (98%) got right was the question about Evita.   ANSWERS “Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.” • Cocktail ✓ Casab...
Tags: Food, Europe, Robin Williams, Nasa, Earth, Chicago, Munich, Cia, Dustin Hoffman, Madagascar, Eddie Murphy, Martin Scorsese, Jamie, Evita, Debbie, Stephen Spielberg


The 10 Ways Disney Dominated the Film Industry This Decade, For Better and Worse

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) When all is said and done, the Walt Disney Company owned the 2010s. On December 31, 2009, the company finalized a major merger that further defined the ensuing 10 years: they officially bought Marvel Entertainment, thus ensuring that the Marvel Cinematic Universe would be a Disney property. Over the last 10 years, Disney has gradually, forcefully exerted its influence within the world of entertainment, from film to television to merchand...
Tags: Frozen, Hollywood, Movies, Abc, Robin Williams, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Fox, Netflix, Fox News, Walt Disney Company, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Warner Bros, Nbc Universal


‘Mrs. Doubtfire’: Theater Review

After the critically lauded but soon-to-close “Tootsie,” will Broadway embrace “Mrs. Doubtfire” — another new musical based on a hit movie about a straight male actor who masquerades as an older woman, and in the process becomes a better man? And can any performer go toe-to-toe with the memory of Robin Williams’s 1993 movie turn […]
Tags: Reviews, Robin Williams, Broadway, Jerry Zaks, Rob McClure, Mrs. Doubtfire


‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre stirs up nostalgia. How well does it work as a stage show?

The 1993 film “Mrs. Doubtfire,” starring Robin Williams, was a huge hit. Will this new musical, currently receiving its world premiere at the 5th Ave before heading to Broadway, find similar success onstage?
Tags: News, Entertainment, Robin Williams, Broadway, Theater, Seattle, Mrs Doubtfire


Robin Williams’ former home hits the market 5 years after his death

The actor bought the home, located on the San Francisco Bay in Marin County, California, for $4.05 million in 2008.
Tags: Robin Williams, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Agent, San Francisco Bay, Marin County California, News Brief, COMPAS, Haley Wright, Penny Wright-Mulligan


Robin Williams’ Northern California home hits the market at $7.25 million

The Mediterranean residence of the late actor sits on a double lot abutting San Francisco Bay.
Tags: News, California, Robin Williams, Mediterranean, Explore, NWhomes