UltravioletUltraViolet Digital Copy allows you to collect, watch and share movies in a whole new way. Available for free with specially marked Blu-ray discs and DVDs, UltraViolet lets you access digital copies of movies from a cloud to enjoy on many different devices. UltraViolet Digital Copies can be downloaded for offline viewing and streamed to computers and compatible Android, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices. Some devices require Wi-Fi for streaming. Does not include iTunes file. Restrictions and limitations apply. Go to UltraViolet.Flixster.com/Info for details. … [Read more...] about Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Blu-ray and DVD Arrive June 12th
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“I’m part of the generation that focused on the negative power of social media,” Grody says. “Some 16-year-olds talking about makeup and cupcakes? Having 16 million followers and being an influencer, to me, was just a sign of superficiality and commercialism — much less the disinformation. The QAnon insanity and all that. But I have been educated about how it works both ways and now I’m really moved by the millennials. A lot of old progressives like myself who came of age during the civil rights movement and Vietnam and the beginning of climate change had a kind of arrogance about our activism. And the fact is we didn’t do enough.” … [Read more...] about How Mandy Patinkin’s Family Twitter Became a Vehicle for Change
The 10 Pro has a 6.5-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 X 1080, which stands out from the one on the Pixel 4a despite having an identical spec. First, the screen is physically larger, so it’ll take up more space in your pocket, but offer a more immersive experience when watching video. Second, the TCL 10 Pro has an AMOLED display, which will show colors more accurately than the LCD screen found on the Pixel 4a. … [Read more...] about The Best Smartphones Under $500
POWELL: That is 100% the case. Wayne is not, that’s all for show. That’s just a show. That’s a 100% act. And, in fact, it’s the complete opposite, which led to a lot of, frankly, the utter dysfunction. … There was no such thing as a staff meeting where everybody sat around in a room and understood what the hell we were doing here. And that is the irony of the place, that people viewed it as this big, you know, finely tuned machine, clipping away all these victories. That was not the case. And that’s also the myth of the entire place, and a misunderstanding that the NRA is responsible for turning out votes and victories, political victories. There are certainly examples where that’s the case to a degree, but the overarching point is that there are many people in this country who view their Second Amendment rights as their issue to vote on. They are literally one-issue voters. And they can be on both sides of the aisle. And I think that for Joe … [Read more...] about Former Top NRA Executive Gives Tell-All Account Of Organization’s Excesses And Extremes
For sheer heart, I loved Penguin Bloom, world premiering at TIFF, with an outstanding performance from Naomi Watts that with the right push from the right distributor, could land her a third lead actress Oscar nod, and her first since 2012’s The Impossible, in which she played a wife and mother whose vacation in Thailand turned tragic when a major typhoon hit the country. In this true story, just like that one, Watts plays a wife and mother whose vacation in Thailand turns tragic when she falls from a rickety roof railing and becomes paralyzed (maybe Watts ought to stay out of Thailand). The highly athletic Sam Bloom begins an excruciating journey back to some normality of life with the help of an injured Magpie bird that comes into hers and her family’s life at just the right time. The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln plays the husband. The bird is brilliant by the way, and the movie is heartwarming, humane, and a life-affirming story that is much needed right now. … [Read more...] about Oscars: Fall Film Fest Circuit Aims To Promote Early Contenders McDormand, Winslet, Hopkins, King, And More – But Is It Just Too Damn Early?