8 items from 2014
Netflix giveth and Netflix taketh away.
While everyone's favorite subscription streaming service is adding a ton of awesome movies and TV shows in December, it's also yanking a huge list of popular titles from its library. Below is said list. I'm especially sad to see "Dirty Dancing" and "The Talented Mr. Ripley" go. Those movies are the sh...
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Movies Being Dropped by Netflix on December 1st
"The Apostle" (1997)
"Audrey Rose" (1977)
"The Believers" (1987)
"Better than Chocolate" (1999)
"Blood & Chocolate" (2007)
"The Boy in the Striped Pajamas" (2008)
"The Choirboys" (1977)
"The Cockeyed Cowboys of Calico County" (1970)
"Coffee and Cigarettes" (2003)
"The Cold Light of Day" (1996)
"The Constant Gardener" (2005)
"Count Yorga, Vampire" (1970)
"Dirty Dancing" (1987)
"Double Indemnity" (1944)
"En la Cama" (2005)
"Event Horizon" (1997)
"Eye for an Eye" (1996)
"Fairy Tale: A True Story" (1997)
"First Knight" (1995)
"Five Easy Pieces" (1970)
"Foreign Student" (1994)
"Free Men" (2011)
"Funny Lady" (1975)
"The Ghost and Mrs Muir" (1947)
- Tim Hayne
Mounted on a horse as black as night, the caped crusader rallies the troops in the statue inspired by Frank Miller's legendary work, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns! Don't miss your chance to get this limited edition run commemorating the Year of the Horse with all new Batman deco!
Limited Edition of 1000
Measure Approximately 14" Tall
* $399.95 Us * On Sale December 2014 * Allocations May Occur 129
- Matt MacNabb
During an interview with GQ, Pharrell gets a phone call from Usher ("Yo, Ush") and we, the reader, get to overhear what is perhaps the most wonderful phone conversation of all time. You see, Pharrell is in the process of trying to convince Usher to release a song about "the rodeo world" inspired by the Year of the Horse (which we are currently in): "Look at what happened when Ginuwine did 'Pony' and he had the mechanical bull ... Now, that was Ginuwine. We’re talking about you, and bringing you to the rodeo world with a record that gives you the license to do that." Wait so, Usher in chaps? Yes, please. »
- Lindsey Weber
Now that the Lunar New Year holiday film business bonanza is over in China, attention is turning to the movies that audiences in the world's second biggest film market will get a chance to enjoy in the early weeks of the Year of the Horse. Advance publicity for Jose Padliha’s re-booted Robocop is already much in evidence in Mainland Chinese cinemas ahead of its Friday (Feb. 28) release date, with cardboard cutouts of Joel Kinnaman as the future of law enforcement patrolling the theater lobbies. Photos: China Box Office 2013: The Top 10 Movies Sony and MGM will be hoping
- Clifford Coonan
Manchester United's first season with David Moyes may not exactly be going to plan, but at least fans of the football club had something to laugh about when the BBC subtitles team struggled to get a handle on their young midfielder Adnan Januzaj.
Casual Match of the Day 2 viewers might have been left puzzled and wondering whether manager Moyes had made a last ditch transfer window signing, when the name "Janet Jazz Jazz Jam" accompanied Juan Mata, Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney on a list of their forwards.
The error occurred during a segment when host Mark Chapman was reeling off the talent in the Man United squad, following their shock draw against Fulham at the weekend.
It is the latest subtitles blunder from the BBC, who recently welcomed in "the year of whores" during the Chinese New Year celebrations for the Year of the Horse. »
Happy Chinese New Year from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic! A Dash of Awesome! celebrates the Year of the Horse with a new image and sneak peak clip below! This exciting adventure flies home on March 25th! Just in time to give all you Bronies something to watch over spring break. Check it out as Rainbow Dash's hero status goes straight to his head!
Happy Chinese New Year! Today marks the beginning of the Year of the Horse and the country's Spring Festival, in which families all over the world come together to celebrate with dancing, fireworks and sharing meals, among other things, according to Time. Wearing red clothes is another part of the New Year tradition, with celebrators also giving their children, friends and family "lucky money" in red envelopes called hóngbāos. So, what exactly does the Year of the Horse stand for? The horse is part of a 12-year-cycle of animals that make up the Chinese zodiac, and according to Reuters, means 2014 will be a year in which people "stick more to their principles and stay »
Friday marks the Chinese New Year, and people across the globe are welcoming the Year of the Horse with fireworks, parades, and religious ceremonies. Traditionally, the Year of the Horse marks a time when people are more confident and fixed in their ways, which is a great mark of progress, but it can sometimes lead to more conflict. Those born in the Year of the Horse, which includes those born in 1966, 1978, and 1990, are believed to be livelier and positive, and this year's festivities definitely brought out those same qualities. Street performers acted out a lion dance during a Hong Kong parade, people in Bali held on to incense during prayers, and in Beijing, actors took the stage for a traditional performance. Take a look at the most gorgeous photos from this year's celebrations, then learn how to make homemade fortune cookies for your own celebrations! View Slideshow › »
- Laura Marie Meyers
8 items from 2014
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