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GoNintendo Video Review - Ultra Street Fighter II

If you like what you see, we'd love to have you subscribe! Positives - core gameplay still fun all these years later - easier for fighting game novices to jump into - spot-on controls - overall enjoyable theme remixes Negatives - Way...Show More Summary

TV Club: Twin Peaks turns nostalgia and garmonbozia up to the max, for good or ill

In “The Return, Part 3,” exasperated as Lucy and Andy get sidetracked by seemingly irrelevant evidence, Hawk blurts out, “It’s not about the bunny!” After a beat, he second-guesses himself, asking “… is it about the bunny? No! It’s not...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Was Funnier Than 'Saturday Night Live'

In a now infamous clip from July 2015, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) suggested on ABC’s “The Week” that Donald Trump might become the president. To this, host George Stephanopoulos and New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman broke out...Show More Summary

Newswire: Here’s what’s coming to (and leaving from) HBO Now in June

While you still await the coming of the new season of Game Of Thrones—now with a shiny new trailer—HBO has revealed what’s coming to its streaming platform HBO Now in June. And while he’s not Jon Snow, perhaps T.J. Miller can take the spot set aside for bearded, long-haired men in your viewing schedule? Miller’s stand-up special, T.J. Show More Summary

Watch: Johnny cooks Feast Day Fish from Dragon Age Origins

Video game in-jokes are pretty neat. A whole heap of games have secret Dark Souls references, for instance, which is rewarding for those fans who seek them out. Dragon Age: Origins, on the other hand, is a bit more off the wall. OneShow More Summary

Allison Williams breaks down the infamous Froot Loops scene in 'Get Out'

Jordan Peele’s directorial debut “Get Out” became a surprise critical and box-office sensation earlier this year thanks to its chilling look at racism through the guise of a horror movie. There are countless fascinating things aboutShow More Summary

Watch Justin Bieber Bungle His #1 Hit “Despacito” Live In NYC

5 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

A guest feature from Justin Bieber helped propel Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s "Despacito" to become the first Spanish-language #1 single since "Macarena" in 1996, but you shouldn't expect Bieber to break out the Spanish parts on the song live any time soon judging by his pitiful spontaneous performance of it a New York club…

Coming Distractions: Why yes, that is “Gangsta’s Paradise” in the new Valerian trailer

The new trailer for Luc Besson’s Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets foregrounds the occasionally Avatar-esque CGI creatures—including an intergalactic beach idyll complete with adorable pastel lizard creatures—that populate the space metropolis of Alpha. Show More Summary

The Rock can't save the unfunny 'Baywatch' movie

At its peak in the mid-1990s, "Baywatch" was the most-watched TV show in the world thanks to its cheesy storylines and showcasing scantily clad ladies (well, plus David Hasselhoff) running in slow motion on the beach. It wasn’t a great...Show More Summary

Reddit Asks the Question: 'What really cool thing was killed by modern technology?'

5 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

In which Reddit tells everyone to get off its lawn (and I... find myself agreeing with it mostly...) DetArMax Those signs at train stations/airports that made the clicky sound. Those that were used before they used screens. Those were beautiful....

Premiere: Sarah Chernoff - “Markings On You”

Let’s say you spent years living as a ‘superhumanoid’ — at a certain point, would you try to just be a regular humanoid? This is one of the questions posed by Sarah Chernoff on her solo debut, Warm Nights. The former leader of pastel...Show More Summary

Gal Gadot Destroys Jimmy Fallon at 'Box of Lies' in the Most Adorable Way

If you had any doubt that Gal Gadot is the true "Wonder Woman," watch her on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Not only does she look like a golden goddess, she easily crushes Fallon at "Box of Lies" (with the help of a creepy-looking...Show More Summary

Joyce Carol Oates's 'A Book Of American Martyrs' Captures The Full Devastation Of Gun Violence

There are lots of different ways to learn about gun violence. You can read a story in the media about a shooting, God knows there are enough shootings every day. Or you can take a look at a video, a new one on Vice is worth a look. Or you can read a book by going to Amazon, doing a search under Books>Gun Violence and hundreds of titles will appear. Show More Summary

The Dance Music Trends to Keep You Moving This Summer

The song of the summer is an elusive beast under any circumstances, and in dance music, it is even slipperier. A true song of the summer is a pop phenomenon, for one thing. It requires consensus, the knowledge that on beaches and inShow More Summary

Watch Norah Jones Cover Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun” In Tribute To Chris Cornell

8 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Last night, Norah Jones played a show at Detroit's Fox Theatre, the same venue where Soundgarden played their final show mere hours before frontman Chris Cornell died. And toward the end of her set there, Jones played a cover of "Black Hole Sun," Soundgarden's towering 1994 ballad. Jones' cover was a solo-piano affair, full of…

Watch: The Destiny game you never knew existed

Love it or loath it, Destiny is making a comeback. During an extravagant reveal event last week, the Traveller shone its light on a load of new gameplay taken from the imaginatively titled sequel, Destiny 2. But did you know Destiny 2 is technically Destiny 3? Sort of. Show More Summary

Third Trailer For Spider-Man: Homecoming Arrives

From Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios, the new trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming has arrived on YouTube. Adding in a nice mix of new footage along with already established scenes, it showcases Peter Parker as he figures out how to be the best hero he can be. This trailer gives me mixed feelings. Show More Summary

Stuff We Like: Pack Light and Travel Fast, Part I

Welcome to Stuff We Like, a regular column where we shop and share items we think you’ll love. By reader request, I’m going to do a Stuff We Like series on one-bag packing and tools to help you organize and travel light. I post pictures...Show More Summary

Roger Moore and Sinatra

17 hours agoMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

Roger Moore, who played a dashing secret agent in TV's The Saint and in seven James Bond films, died on May 23, 2017. He was 89. Though Roger wasn't a jazz musician and had nothing to do with music (the...       Related Stories Bill Miller: Robbie Williams  

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