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Best Anime on Netflix
Ask any anime fan and they will confirm—anime is not just a cartoon. Much more than children's entertain, anime is an art form. With complex plot lines and multidimensional characters, the subject matter in most anime's is anything but juvenile. For die hard dans, it may feel overwhelming when trying find the right series in the vast world of anime streaming online. Luckily, Netflix has simplified the selection by providing a fantastic assortment to choose from. Viewers can rest assured that this list will provide guidance in finding the best anime on Netflix right now!
Best Steampunk Anime
Steam-powered castles, anachronistic firearms, mechanical dragonflies - when you’re craving steampunk there’s nothing like anime to give you a fix. The perfect mix of sci-fi, machinery and famous Japanese animation, the best steampunk anime has something for the fans whose interests span many genres. From the classic Metropolis to Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water and Steam Detectives, these shows and movies should be on the must watch list for every steampunk and anime junkie! Adjust your goggles and get ready for a roundup of the best steampunk anime around!
Legacy of Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee's life story has always been worthy of myth. His influence has managed to endure leaving behind a timeless legacy that has become the stuff of martial art legend. In many respects the world is still recovering from his loss considering the fact that he died so young in 1973. New martial artists like Donnie Yen have stepped up to inherit the legacy of Bruce Lee. In many respects his legacy is like the water from his famous philosophical quote.
Badass Bruce Willis Movies
Badass thespian Bruce Willis deserves an award for having one of the most diverse filmographies of any action movie star. He manages to tackle a wide range of different material and navigates everything from the huge badass bombast of the Die Hard films to more dramatically intense material like Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. But it’s his humor and wit that keeps audiences entertained and interested when he throws a curve ball and shows off his excellent sense of comedic timing. There’s not a role that exists that Bruce Willis can’t handle with gusto. It's no wonder there's so many badass Bruce Willis movies. With his ability to connect with audiences, we're always in for a treat when he takes on the role of a leading man. Here are some of our favorite badass Bruce Willis movies that show off the width and breadth of his talents.
History of the 'Evil Dead' Franchise
A plague threatens to destroy all of mankind and the only one that can save us is a loner who is avoiding all responsibilities. The Evil Dead is an American horror film franchise created by Sam Raimi and consists of four feature films. The films revolve around the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis, an ancient Sumerian text which wreaks havoc upon a group of cabin inhabitants in a wooded area in Tennessee. The protagonist, Ashley J. "Ash" Williams is the only character to appear in every installment of the original trilogy, consisting of The Evil Dead (1981), Evil Dead II (1987), and Army of Darkness (1992), all written and directed by Raimi.
Adam Sandler's Most Luxurious Vacation Movies
Adam Sandler was once a respectable actor; I know it’s hard to remember that, but way back in the 90s, he was actually considered funny. Then he started to coast a little. Then a lot. His career has been in a state of free-fall in regards to critical reception for years, but somehow he still manages to get work, and he doesn’t seem to care about his reviews. In fact, if you really look at it, a lot of his more recent movies look like an excuse to draw a paycheck while going on a really expensive vacation with his friends which, coincidentally he doesn’t have to pay for. He even admitted as much when he was on Jimmy Kimmel. So we decided to pay tribute to Hollywood's favorite con man by listing the best examples of movies where we paid to see Sandler slack off with his best friends.
The Birth of Jessica Biel
Good looks and talent may be two characteristic traits that Jessica Biel possesses, but it was her rise as an action heroine that made Hollywood give the sought-out actress her merited position in the industry. Born in Ely, Minnesota to parents Kimberly and Jonathan Edward Biel, this action movie icon started showing signs of being a child star at the early age of nine.
Greatest Superman Comics
Superman may be one of the best known superheroes, but his comic book market is grossly oversaturated. If you want to delve into the world of Man of Steel comics, it can be quite a challenge to figure out where to start. Some are certainly better than others, and a far more entertaining use of your time. To help you out we have compiled a lost of our picks for the greatest Superman comics.
History of Monopoly
Did you know that the game Monopoly was supposed to show players the negative aspects of private monopolies? With topics such as the stock exchange, bankruptcy, mortgaging, and jail, we probably should have seen how realistic this game is. A while back, comedian Louis C.K. explained what generally happened every time he and his daughters played the game together: “My six-year-old totally understands Monopoly but she isn’t quite ready for the emotional trauma of her inevitable loss. I look her dead in the face and say, ‘You see all your properties and houses and all your money? That’s mine now. Oh no, no, no, you can’t play any more because even with all your stuff, it doesn’t come close to what you owe me.’” Obviously children cannot grasp the full meaning of Monopoly, but that’s because they were not the target audience at first.
Most Iconic Cartoon Moms
Moms come in all shapes and sizes, even in cartoon form. The most iconic cartoon moms are some of the best and some of the worst. From the prehistoric age, to the future, and everything in between, the women featured on this list are tough to beat, and sometimes even tougher to listen to. They have been part of our lives for years, leading the families we watch on TV every Saturday morning. Whether they were berating their sons, or making out with their daughter's boyfriend, they are the moms we will never forget from the cartoon world.
Best 90s Kids Shows
Besides the 90s producing a generation of entitled, extremely tech savvy (obsessed) and lazy individuals (Hey! I'm kidding! I'm a millennial!) that decade is also responsible for producing some of the best kids shows; an accomplishment the 90s is a little more proud of. Now that the kids of this era are growing up and having children of their own, they want the same quality television shows that today’s programming doesn’t offer. By offering today's kids the opportunity to watch reruns of Nickelodeon TV shows such as Hey Arnold!, Are You Afraid of The Dark?, Clarissa Explains It All, and many others, we are bringing back the same morals and values from our childhood, many of which are still relevant today. So 90s kids rejoice and maybe rewatch these 90s kids shows, with or without a family of your own.
Most Expensive Lego Sets
Remember when you were a kid and your parents always told you that Lego was far too expensive. Of course, you didn’t believe them, and more to the point, you didn’t really care. But when you grew up you realized that Lego is quite frankly, incredibly and extortionately expensive. Well, I’m about to burst your bubble yet again with the most expensive Lego sets. Lego for the past 15 years has set an average increase in value by 12% for the year after release. It also comes to no surprise though that Star Wars has made our list more than once, considering it is one of the most valuable franchises in the world.