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Why the Sentry is Marvel's most interesting character


Imagine you had the power of a million exploding suns. How would you deal with it? Would you use it for the greater good or would you use it to cause chaos and destruction? What would such unfathomable power do to you?
A wise man once came up with the statement that with great power comes…


First Impression: High Schooler King of Life / 고교처세왕 / Gogyocheosewang Episode 1

Interesting premise. Intrigued to how it will pan out.


Yoo Je Won / 유제원


Yang Hee Seung / 양희승

 Jo Sung Hee / 조성희


Seo In Guk / 서인국

Seo Dong Hyun / 서동현

Lee Ha Na / 이하나

Lee Yul Eum / 이열음

Lee Soo Hyuk / 이수혁

Oh Kwang Rok / 오광록

Kwon Sung Duk / 권성덕

Han Jin Hee / 한진희

Song Young Kyu / 송영규

Jo Han Chul / 조한철

Kim Won Hae / 김원해

Park Soo Young / 박수영

Choi Phillip / 최필립

Lee Joo Seung / 이주승

Lee Ah Rin / 이아린

Shin Hye Sun / 신혜선

Chun Yi Seul / 천이슬

Kang Ki Young / 강기영

Lee Tae Hwan / 이태환

First Impression: Undateable Season 1 Episode 1

It was alright … I guess.

Created by: 

Adam Sztykiel


Chris D’Elia

Brent Morin

Bianca Kajlich

David Fynn

Rick Glassman

Albert Gaguski

Ron Funches

Briga Heelan

First Impression: Rick and Morty Season 1 Episode 1

Totally recommended! Go watch it now! Go, go, go!

Created by:

Justin Roiland

Dan Harmon


Justin Roiland

Chris Parnell

Sarah Chalke

Spencer Gramme

Kari Wahlgren

Brandon Johnson

Phil Hendrie

Echo Kellum

Chef movie review 

The Good: Feel good story about finding yourself and building relationships.  Really enjoy the chemistry between the cast.

The Bad: Not a lot of laughs and would have expected more food related scenes. 


When Chef Carl Casper  suddenly quits his job at a prominent Los Angeles restaurant after refusing to compromise his creative integrity for its controlling owner he is left to figure out what’s next. Finding himself in Miami, he takes it to the road, Chef Carl goes back to his roots to reignite his passion for the kitchen — and zest for life and love.



Jon Favreau 

Produced by:

Jon Favreau

Karen Gilchrist

Sergei Bespalov

Distributed by: 

Open Road Films


Jon Favreau 

Emjay Anthony

Sofía Vergara 

John Leguizamo 

Scarlett Johansson 

Oliver Platt 

Bobby Cannavale 

Dustin Hoffman

Robert Downey, Jr. 

Amy Sedaris 


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so do they ever get to where they are going!? I NEED TO KNOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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SMTM S3 E2 English Subs


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SMTM S3 E2 English Subs

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What was Stanley like to work for?
Well, Stanley did value everyone that worked on the film, but he prized loyality as well. For that reason, Stanley would get quite nervous when someone who he wasn’t exactly familiar with started to work on one of his films. Stanley would use a specific group of people that he trusted on every film that he made, and frankly, I was also surprised by the fact that someone of Stanley’s stature wouldn’t be comfortable working with someone new as they came to the shoot. Every chance Stanley got, he would grill me about what I knew. He would ask me if I knew what I was doing and he would ask me how I knew that the way I was loading the film into the magazines was correct. You could go onto Stanley’s set being the utmost confident of your skills and training and he could just destroy you. He could say something like, “How do you know that the lens is going to remain sharp between 2 foot and 5 foot?” It was just brutal, but then after 6 weeks of that he finally became your friend. He was quite remarkable from that point-of-view. I can remember being called in to work on off days and when you’d get there Stanley would come in and have a chat with you in the camera room before you started. He was quite wonderful to work with once you gained his trust. Those first six weeks were complete hell on that shoot, but after that, Stanley really takes you into the fold and once you’re in, it sort of makes your career. —Camera Operator Peter Robinson talks about working with Stanley Kubrick and the making of The Shining

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Peterpan & Liquid - Eyes, Nose, Lips (Cover) 

holy crap this is great

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