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27 Amazingly Hilarious Rom-Coms from the 2000s That’ll Lift Your Spirits This Valentine’s: How to Watch Them
Valentine’s isn’t always romantic for everyone. For some couples, it’s just a usual day because one day of the year doesn’t gratify their love. You might be as single as a pringle this month of love, but that doesn't mean that you beat yourself down. This is the perfect opportunity for self-love as you await your next prospect. If this sounds familiar, then we've got a Valentine's package for you. It covers forgotten hilarious rom-coms of the 2000s that you can cozy up to any day this month.
James Cameron Attempts to Justify Jack’s Freezing in Special Documentary ‘Titanic: 25 Years Later With James Cameron’
If you’re like me and always felt infuriated at why Rose floated her way to survival while Jack froze to death after Titanic sank, then we’re finally in it for answers, more than two decades later! James Cameron, the iconic film creator, explains the door theory that justifies why Jack and Rose couldn't survive if they both floated in the wood piece in the upcoming special Titanic: 25 Years Later With James Cameron.
The Handmaid's Tale: Nick Blaine, International Man of Mystery
Margaret Atwood might have been a fiction writer, but she wasn't concerned with fantasies or intricate lies. There was no expectation of a happily ever after, no matter how much the fans needed it. She would have us trudge through these bleak, horrific circumstances until we were begging for relief--something normal and wholesome, a world where things worked out the way we were supposed to. We loved every second of it, but it was also a form of torment. How could we possibly get a glimpse into these worlds and live without a positive resolution? She didn't care. She was more concerned with realism and plausibility. If reality was broken beyond the point of no return, she wasn't going to put it back together. She was going to show us what that looked like, make sure we understood, and eventually--if it made sense, she might throw us a bone. Her original novel The Handmaid's Tale was the perfect example of this. She had us withstand solitary confinement in Offred's room, alone with her thoughts. When she did leave, her vision was cut off by her giant wings, designed to keep her from looking side to side. In that tiny space, we got a glimpse of true totalitarianism, guardians and aunts--the complete loss of all hope. There was no escape, just torture. It was a look into the daily life of a modern slave. Her existence was unbearable, and in many ways--though we relished every single word--the reading experience was just as difficult. We couldn't live without seeing Offred escape. She deserved freedom, justice, and relief, and we felt that succinctly. We also needed to see the fall of Gilead. Things needed to go back to the way they once were. But that's not the way the world works. Democracy is not the norm. It is rare, short-lived, and in many ways, inherently flawed. Totalitarianism was the norm. Harsh dictatorships tend to last. So instead of getting the ending we desperately needed, we saw the most likely scenario. Gilead endured. Offred's fate was left open. We learned that the cassette tapes she used to record the novel's contents were found in the safe house, but after that, things got a little blurry. She might have been raided and dragged back to the Commander's house. She could've been executed, or she may have escaped into Canada or the UK.
Everything You Need to Know About Hulu’s ‘Tell Me Lies’
Hulu knows how to keep its fans glued to their couches perfectly. The streaming platform recently announced its adaptation of Carola Lovering’s award-winning book, Tell Me Lies of 2018, scheduled to launch in early September. Straight from her role in Hulu’s mini-series, Nine Perfect Strangers, Grace Van Patten takes up the leading role in the series alongside other talented characters.
‘Killing Eve’ Ends Forever, All Four Seasons Available For Purchase
On April 10th, the final episode of Killing Eve aired on BBC One, concluding its most critically panned season. Though ending on the worst season is not an ideal situation for anyone involved, the legacy of the series lives on thanks to a knockout first season. Performances from lead actresses Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer always received praise, so if that’s enough to convince you, you can easily stream most of the series online right now.
Everything You Need to Know About The Upcoming Series, ‘The Patient’
Thanks to streaming platforms like Hulu, we experience exciting events, put ourselves in other people’s lives, and immerse ourselves in new stories that would otherwise be impossible. While plenty of genres exist, psychological drama thrillers have remained at the top in listing the most intriguing shows. Hulu’s most recent accomplishment, The Patient, is a clear piece of evidence that our word is accurate.
The ‘Community’ Method Of TV Writing, Authored by Dan Harmon
Dan Harmon, the creator of several TV shows including Rick and Morty, first made his mark on the nation with Community after several lower-level projects. Harmon’s investment in this Emmy-winning series is more interesting than most executive producers: as part of the show, he would re-write every episode to suit the show’s particular style and format. The theory behind it now lives on as the “story circle” method, a distilled description of a hero’s journey type storyline that can suit TV episodes and movies. If you needed an excuse to revisit Community, here are the steps you can identify in every episode (except Season 4, when Harmon was not involved with the show).