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Season One, Episode One - Pay It Forward

Challenge 1: Keep The Change – Although not the first challenge ever filmed, Keep The Change becomes the first one ever to count in the win/loss column for the Jokers. 577 more words

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The Crowd (1928)

Directed by King Vidor, written by Vidor, John V.A. Weaver and Harry Behn, produced by Irving Thalberg

Identifying King Vidor’s greatest directorial achievement is almost as impossible as identifying the greatest artistic achievement of all of silent film. 1,600 more words

Film Criticism

A Sappy Post About Impractical Jokers

Things you may not know about me: I love comedy. I love good comedy that makes people laugh without feeling like it has to offend a group of people to be funny.With The Tenderloins and their show Impractical Jokers, you get a group of friends who have known each other for 20+ years bantering with each other. 375 more words


Thoughts on ITV's 'Him'

Him: Episode 1

I was thrilled to see that Carrie, the 1976 Brian De Palma classic, was being remade as a TV series. Wait, you mean… 142 more words


The Making of the Oxford English Dictionary – Peter Gilliver

The OED.

There can’t be many publications which are routinely referred to just by their initials, and it’s a measure of the stature of the Oxford English Dictionary that those three initials are so universally recognized they’ve become part of our verbal shorthand. 1,260 more words

Non-fiction: History

HIM: The lad with no name

HIM is a “domestic horror drama,” for those who like their genres mixed.

HE is, at first sight, your average antisocial, slightly messed up, weed-smoking teenager, forever staring at his phone or shut away with his headphones on. 373 more words


Naughty Boy enlists Kyla, Popcaan for new single "Should've Been Me"

Naughty Boy has announced the details for his new single.

The British record producer and songwriter  – real name Shahid Khan – christened “Should’ve Been Me” as the next promotional cut from his upcoming sophomore album. 140 more words

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