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500 Days of Summer (2009)

Monkey status: There is one ape featured in this film

This film was one of those romantic comedies that critics acclaimed as a romantic comedy that deconstructed romantic comedy, like When Harry met Sally and Annie Hall. 567 more words

Monkeys

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Welcomes 2nd Child With Wife Tasha McCauley -- A Baby Boy

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s a dad — again! The star’s wife Tasha McCauley has officially given birth to the couples’ 2nd child & 2nd son, and we can only imagine how thrilled they must be about welcoming another baby! 333 more words

News

Lena Dunham joins 'AHS,' Ryan Seacrest returns to 'American Idol,' and someone sued Usher

Welcome to Afternoon Tea, our daily gossip/news roundup where we oh-so-casually dig up the dirt on what’s happening in the celebrity realm (but we never get our hands dirty, darling). 570 more words

Celebrity

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Speak on Art and the Internet at Open Source Summit North America

On the one hand, it’s annoying Joseph Gordon-Levitt is so handsome, talented, and versatile.

On the other hand, it’s very cool he’s supporting the open source cause. 24 more words

Tech

Looper: The endless circle

For his trickery, the Greek Gods condemned Sisyphus to the underworld. For his punishment, Sisyphus was tasked to push a rock uphill. No matter Sisyphus’ efforts, the rock would roll back down the hill before Sisyphus reached the summit, leaving him no choice but to start the task anew. 1,689 more words

RottenTomatoes

Looped

For as long as I can remember I’ve been obsessed with time travel. Messing with time and heading forward or backwards in one’s life has always been one of those things that is usually in my brain taunting me at some point every few days. 1,257 more words

Cinema

10 Things I Hate About You (1999, dir. Gil Junger)

US high-school revisioning of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. Effective and funny throughout with just enough Bard to justify its existence, and a slew of breakout performances, though most credit goes to the sublime Larry Miller as an overprotective dad.

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