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'THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL' may be setting Steffy up to get back with Liam
THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL viewers are not certain where the relationship between Steffy and Finn is headed especially now that Paris has moved in with them. Fans are concerned that the current storyline is only a setup to get Liam back with Steffy and perhaps send Hope into the arms of Thomas.
The Hot Dog Dance Song continues in pop culture
If you were the parent, caregiver on grandparent of children between May 5, 2006, and November 6, 2016, you probably were singing along with and dancing to the Hot dog Song! This was the theme for the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse show which ran on DISNEY JUNIOR. Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy, and Donald all hang about at the Clubhouse. Pete a big cat and Clarabelle the cow also join in from time to time.
'Jungle Cruise' Review - A Swashbuckling Pleasure
Disney has a new movie out, and for once, it is not a live-action remake of an animated classic. Thank goodness. I'm still wiping the taste of Mulan out of my mouth.
Gladys Cooper is a Hollywood legend
Those who enjoy retro television are probably seeing the face of Dame Gladys Constance Cooper, a lot. She was especially utilized in the on TWILIGHT ZONE and ALFRED HITCHCOCK series. The actress was born on December 18, 1888, in London and passed away on November 17, 1971. She was an English actress, a producer, and also a theatrical manager. Her impressive career whose career including state, TV, and films spanned seven decades. Dame Gladys hit milestones in every decade during her long career.
James Bond Agent of Spectre #005
James Bond: Agent of Spectre #005 Dynamite Entertainment 2021 Written by Christos Gage Illustrated by Luca Casalanguida Coloured by Heather Moore
The Diary of Bellatrix Black - Foreword
***Praise for The Diary of Bellatrix Black*** “Bellatrix Black didn’t live the life of an ordinary schoolgirl.” -Neville Longbottom, Professor of Herbology at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
More Novel Recommendations Using Just the First Line of the Book
Roughly two months ago, I wrote an article titled “15 Novel Recommendations Using Only the First Line of the Book.” This was supposed to be the first in a two-part series (30 titles at once seeming a little overwhelming), but somehow Part Two got lost in the shuffle. In the spirit of better late than never, this is, finally, the second part of the series.
5 Engaging Virtual Event Ideas
Virtual events are here to stay, and they have brought numerous advantages for both participants and organizers alike. With that in mind, we would like to show you a few ideas regarding virtual events so you’ll have an easier time organizing them when needed.
The Young and the Restless fans debate whether or not Jack is falling for Sally
Those who watch THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS are debating what is really going on between Jack Abbott and Sally Spectra. As the date for Kyle to exit Genoa City draws near there are three basic theories. The first is that Jack will succumb to Ms. Spectra's wiles end up in bed with her and be hurt when the truth comes out. The second one is that he will fall hard for Sally but before they get serious she will be exposed for running Summer out of town. No one believes that Jack and Sally will have a happily ever after.
Review: "Blood Red Sky"
Netflix new horror film, Blood Red Sky, has an incredibly fun premise but feels incredibly disjointed at times. The film itself doesn't seem like it knows whether or not it wanted to be a foreign film, or an American horror story for one and the dialogue is so jarring that it easily takes you out of the experience. The premise and feel of the film will make many people think back to genre hits such as "From Dusk till Dawn", "Snakes on a Plane" and even at times "30 Days of Night." That is some high praise as all of those films are fairly well received and I suspect Blood Red Sky will be as it is a rarity to find a decent monster horror film these days.
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" and Dark Orientalism
Orientalism is a colonial/postcolonial theory that intersperses aestheticism and exoticism within its midst. Written in his book of the same name, Edward Said made a case for why colonial Britain and its imperialist culture used exotic items as a fetishisation and flirtation of wealth. In a decadent culture which was admittedly richly disgusting, the pinnacle of wealth is represented by items from India, Persia and other countries of the Eastern World that were under imperialist rule or were thought to have looser morals than the upper class of the British folk. Another more sinister and yet believable idea of Orientalism is that to own parts of cultures that were either under British rule or, by most, were not but should have been because of the ‘loose morals’ argument was an act of ownership which the British upper class of the late Victorian Era often felt entitled to. Since the empire was theirs, so was the authority and therefore, so were the goods - including the famed diamond which is still in England today. Edward Said states a message about the ideas surrounding this kind of authority and what they mean:
Alien #5 Marvel Comics 2021 Written by Phillip Kennedy Johnson Illustrated by Salvador Larroca Coloured by GURU-eFX Lettered by VC’s Clayton Cowles