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International Online Film Critics’ Poll announces winners of 4th biannual awards

The International Online Film Critics’ Poll has announced the winners its 2013/14 survey. I was honored to have been asked to participate for the fourth edition of this poll ( 1,074 more words

Film

Birth of a Salesman

Sell me this block. Right here. Right now. Sell it to me. What’s the matter? Cat got your tongue? Oh, well don’t worry about it – Cat got my achilles tendon last night as I was climbing into bed. 245 more words

Comedy

Margot Robbie On Suicide Squad's Harley Quinn

According to IGN, Actress Margot Robbie, The Wolf of Wall Street, recently spoke with MTV at the Sundance Film Festival on her upcoming role as Harley Quinn in DC’s Suicide Squad. 119 more words

Comics

THE WORST POSSIBLE INVESTMENTS !!!

In this Grandpa Gem, we will show you why “structured investment products” will almost always be guaranteed losers for you. Let’s start with “traditional annuities,” then go on to “Structured Guaranteed No Loss Deals.” Finally, we will discuss Hedge Funds, Mutual Funds, Discretionary Banker Investment Funds & finally, “new issues.” New Issues are not great either, but may be the least bad of the lot.

http://freedomprivacywealth.com/2014/the-worst-possible-investments/

PT & Privacy Secrets

Martin Scorsese's obsessed with mirrors: Here's the proof

Film has the power to hold a mirror up to society, but Martin Scorsese is just as interested in holding a mirror up to his characters. 130 more words

Movies

Movie Review: The Wolf Of Wall Street

Leonardo DiCaprio plays Jordan Belfort, a penny stockbroker who becomes excessively successful by swindling millions of dollars from investors and eventually getting convicted of the crime. 280 more words

Reviews

I'll See You At The Movies

“Why Did You Call Your Book “Life Itself”?”

Steve James begs Roger Ebert to answer a few final questions in the twilight of the ailing film critic’s life, as Steve is trying to complete the telling of their documentary collaboration based on Ebert’s autobiography, “Life Itself.” 2,218 more words

Film