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Earlobe Crease Now Linked to Stroke Risk

Previously suggested to be linked to heart disease, a crease in the earlobe, or “Frank’s sign” has now also been linked to stroke.

Israeli researchers reviewed the records of 241 people who had suffered a stroke and 78.8% of them had Frank’s Sign. 358 more words


Hacksaw Ridge - Gibson Ignores History To Tell A True Story

You can’t ignore history. Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge tracked down a true story during World War II to frame a parable about resolving the struggle of warfare and faith. 626 more words

Film Review

57. The Beaver

The Beaver first came out in 2011 and served as Mel Gibson’s return to Hollywood after becoming the Pariah-du-jour of Hollywood. The film was a few years after his 2006 anti-semitic rant and just after his expletive-ridden comments ot his wife were released to the public. 462 more words


127 mins | Comedy, Romance | Rated PG-13 | DEC 2000

Netflix Canada Release: May 25, 2017

When a cocky advertising executive finds he can suddenly hear what women are thinking, he puts his newfound talent to work against his female boss (

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DVD Review: Hacksaw Ridge

Director Mel Gibson

Certificate 15

Starring Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving, Teresa Palmer, Luke Bracey, Vince Vaughn

Released 22nd May 2017


A near ten minute standing ovation at Venice last year started the momentum that culminated in Oscar nominations and a couple of wins for… 752 more words

Film Review

Film Review - Hacksaw Ridge

“War! Huh, yeah! What is it good for?”

“Oscar nominations!”

“Say it again, y’all!”

Gibson’s fifth directorial feature tells the tale of Desmond Doss (Garfield), the first conscientious objector to receive the Medal of Honour during World War II. 684 more words


Lionsgate Acquires Crime Thriller 'DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE' Starring Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn

Lionsgate has announced that they have acquired the US rights to the crime thriller DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE, starring Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn.

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