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Movie Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

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BY NATHANIEL ROGERS  “Pride and Prejudice,” Jane Austen’s classic novel about the Bennet sisters and their suitors, has one of the most famous opening lines in all of literature. It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single… Read The post Movie Review: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies appeared first on Towleroad.

Single Review: Reba McEntire, “Just Like Them Horses”

It's hard to put into words how exquisitely beautiful this record is. But if you're familiar with Reba McEntire's body of work, I'll start by saying this. It could be dropped, as is, into the middle of the For My Broken Heart album and not only fit in, but elevate that collection.

Single Review: Tim McGraw, “Humble and Kind”

There are a lot of great songs about parents wishing their kids find happiness and success. Some, like "I Hope You Dance," have even become standards.

Great Job, Internet!: Maybe movies should end whenever a character says the title out loud

For some moviegoers, it’s almost magical whenever a character in a film actually says the title aloud as part of the dialogue. In his review of Godard’s Hail Mary, for instance, John Waters singles out such moments for high praise, citing...Show More Summary

Review: Sipsmith V.J.O.P. Gin and Sloe Gin

Sipsmith isn’t content to just make a single gin in its garage of an operation in London, England. It actually produces a range of artisan spirits and fortified wines — including the two reviewed below, which are exported to the… Continue reading ? The post Review: Sipsmith V.J.O.P. Gin and Sloe Gin appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel Review: Frantic Fighting Fun

The latest all-girls fighter has arrived for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3, with Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel pulling a cast of beloved anime characters into a world where their single goal is basically to beat the stuffing out of one another. But the question remains: How does it stack up against the genre?s heaviest hitters?Click To Continue Reading

Opera Review: The Met’s Spring of Donizetti Starts Off Strong With Maria Stuarda

This a banner year for Donizetti at the Metropolitan Opera, propelled by soprano Sondra Radvanovsky’s ambition to perform all three of his Tudor queens (Anne Boleyn; Mary, Queen of Scots; and Elizabeth I) in a single season. That urge to turn opera into an extreme sport seems misplaced, or did... More »

Israel’s Gingee unveils Curve cross-platform tool for app metrics

EXCLUSIVE: Israeli startup Gingee is launching its Curve cross-platform app metrics tools today to give app marketers and developers a single dashboard to review metrics from multiple mobile platforms. The tools are aimed at reducing development and marketing complexity for those hoping to reach wider audiences with their apps. Curve helps app makers and marketers deal […]

A Review Roundup of Zayn Malik’s First Solo Single ‘Pillowtalk’

And so it begins. The once unstoppable five-piece force of One Direction has entered the post-band phase, the defining feature of which is a constant trickle of material emanating from respective solo sojourns, aimed at proving thatShow More Summary

Music Review: Rihanna shifts moods in the highly anticipated Anti

Even before the public heard a single note of music, Anti was already one of the most intriguing musical releases of 2016. After putting out a new record almost every year since her 2005 debut Music Of The Sun, Rihanna took a break following 2012’s Unapologetic. Show More Summary

Single Review: Brandy Clark, “Girl Next Door”

Brandy Clark has been responsible for some of the best songs in country music this decade - much of them from her extraordinary debut album, 12 Stories (2013).

Google Play Store adds a thumb for quick positive feedback

Google has snuck a single thumbs up button into the Google Play Store review section and packed the spam button into a side menu.

Rihanna's New Single 'Work' First Listen Review: An Unexpected Move Underground

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Rihanna's New Single 'Work' First Listen Review: An Unexpected Move Underground

Single Review: Dierks Bentley, “Somewhere On a Beach”

Dierks Bentley has, in a quiet and underrated way, become one of the most consistent hitmakers in country music today. He’s also one of the few singers out there who’s unafraid to color outside the established lines for country singers in the 2010s.

Kraus Kitchen Faucet Giveaway

We're giving away Kraus KPF-2250 Single Lever Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet, sponsored by Best Kitchen Faucets Hub. They provide reviews of kitchen faucets, from pull down, touchless and commercial faucets. The Kraus faucet that we're giving...Show More Summary

Single Review: Jana Kramer, “Said No One Ever”

Jana Kramer's long list of quotations attributed to "no one ever" includes, but is by no means limited to, "Wish you'd talk more about yourself", "Sucks to be rich", "I don't need your love and affection", "I don't need to be your one and only," "Love is always real on reality TV", "Don't want love to last forever", and "My Heisman and my Grammy came so damn easy".

Review: Michter’s Single Barrel Bourbon 20 Years Old 2015

Michter’s 10 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon is an amply enchanting whiskey. What then if we double up and go for 20? Michter’s 20 Year Old is one of those ultra-cult whiskeys right up there with Pappy Van Winkle, with… Continue reading ? The post Review: Michter’s Single Barrel Bourbon 20 Years Old 2015 appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Movie Review: The American remake of Martyrs changes the story but lessens the impact

This much can be said for the new remake of Martyrs: It’s efficient. Clocking in at under 90 minutes, the film proceeds at a rapid clip, never lingering too long on any one scene, or dragging out a single shot beyond the minimal time needed to achieve its purpose. Show More Summary

Kanye West And Kendrick Lamar Collaboration About Kim Kardashian Gets Wildly Mixed Reviews

Kanye West has dropped a new single called “No More Parties in L.A.” The New York Daily News has the story. “Rapper Kanye West dropped a head-bobbing new single, ‘No More Parties in L.A.,’ on Monday in advance of next month’s highly anticipated album, ‘Swish.’ The polarizing artist teamed up with fellow hip-hop superstar Kendrick... Show More Summary

Single Review: Chris Young featuring Cassadee Pope, “Think of You”

Chris Young's new duet single portrays a recently broken up man and woman revisiting the stomping grounds they once shared as a couple. The verses are laced with small details that make it easy for the listener to picture the scene. Young notes the "same old bar, same burned out lights," while asking "Why in the hell does it feel like a different place?"

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