The release of Star Wars captivated audiences around the world in 1977. Today, things are no different. The Star Wars trilogies are fan favourites for a reason, filled with imaginative storylines, action and drama, and intriguing characters. Han Solo is many fans’ favourite character (unless they opt for the dark side and choose Darth Vader, […]
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Silent film actor Justus D. Barnes in the famous ending scene from The Great Train Robbery (1903). The movie is considered the first American action and Western flick in filmmaking history.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice might promise to be the biggest Batman blockbuster ever but it’s certainly not the first. That honour goes to Batman: The Movie made all the way back in 1966. Costing around $1,400,000 to make and filmed in just 26 days, it changed Batman history forever, thanks to one demand […]
The first officially celebrated Independence Day in 1777 was marked in a way that would be very familiar to most modern Americans. There was an official dinner for the Continental Congress, toasts were made and 13-gun salutes fired. There were speeches, prayers, music, parades, troop reviews, and fireworks. Ships were decked with red, white, and […]
Mark Twain once famously wrote, “Life is short, break the rules. Forgive quickly, kiss SLOWLY. Love truly. Laugh uncontrollably. And never regret ANYTHING that makes you smile.” Well, we’ve taken the great man’s wise words to heart and found the 10 funniest 10 second videos on YouTube to help you laugh uncontrollably in 100 seconds […]
On our wedding days, many of us pledge to stay together till death do us part, but how many of us really consider what that means in practise? For two young lovers on the eve of their wedding, the idea of growing old together was made very real indeed. Thanks to some amazing make-up artistry, […]
The Eighties might be remembered for big hair and even bigger shoulder pads, but it had some big movie moments too. To see for yourself scroll on down and enjoy these rare, behind the scenes movie photos from some of the decade’s most iconic films. The Breakfast Club (1985)
We’ve all been there. Soaping ourselves up in the shower, humming a happy tune, when bang we’re hit by some insight so profound that, for a second, our world is turned upside down. Happily, Reddit provides a fantastic place, r/ShowerThoughts for splish-splash philosophers to hang out and share their wisdom. And if you’re not a Redditor, you […]
Despite being most well known for playing Mr. Spock, one of science fiction’s most beloved characters, Leonard Nimoy was also an accomplished writer, photographer, and musician. Yet it was as the Starship Enterprise’s logical and unemotional science officer that he made his biggest mark on the world. In this iconic role, he inspired people to […]
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