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Five Television Shows that Everyone From Boston Loves

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Boston is one of the nation’s oldest cities and one of the most important to the history of America. For a long time there’s been a lot of misconceptions about Boston and the fierce dedication of the people that live there to the ideals by which they live and the manner of entertainment. The one thing that you don’t ever do in Boston however is question what they enjoy and why it’s anything other than the best thing around.  You don’t do it with their sports teams, and you certainly don’t do it with their TV shows. While not all

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About David Parnes

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David Parnes has successfully positioned himself as one of the top luxury home real estate agents in the country. For individuals who are looking to purchase or sell a multi-million-dollar home in the Los Angeles area, David’s firm has proven that it is up to the task. Parnes is not only one of the top grossing real estate agents in the country, he has used that along with his good looks to land him a spot on the reality franchise, Million Dollar Listings — the Los Angeles version. It is not certain if being on the show has negatively or

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The Top Five James Horner Movie Scores of His Career

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James Horner is a famous composer, conductor, and orchestrator of film scores. He was born in Los Angeles on August 14, 1953. He began his career by composing the musical score for ‘The Lady in Red’ in 1979. This was his first major score. However, he was not considered an eminent film composer until he wrote the musical score for ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn’ in 1982. After this, he had a prolific and successful career in the film industry. Sadly, he died in a plane accident on June 22, 2015, at the age of 61. Here are

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Iceland Using 3-D Painted Crosswalks To Get The Attention Of Distracted Drivers

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There is a reason it’s called an experiment, especially since the idea could cause even more distraction than it’s worth. The reason that Iceland is attempting to use this 3-D crosswalk to gain the attention of distracted drivers however is pretty sound, since it’s important that drivers keep their eyes on the road and actually pay attention to people that are attempting to cross. But to be quite honest if someone is going to be that distracted then giving them something that looks like it’s hovering in midair doesn’t seem like the most optimal way to get them to pay

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Nicholas Stoller

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Nicholas Stoller is a filmmaker, screenwriter, producer, and director. He was born in London, England, on March 19. 1976. He began his career in the television industry in 2000 when he wrote the short television series ‘Undeclared’ and an episode of ‘Strangers with Candy’. Stoller wrote his first feature film ‘Fun with Dick and Jane’ in 2005’. Some of the work for which he is best-known are ‘The Muppets’, ‘The Five-Year Engagement’, ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall’ and Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising’. Here are five more things you probably don’t know about Nicholas Stoller. 1. He Has Lived on Both Sides of

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The Top Five Dave Grusin Movie Scores of His Career

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David Grusin is a composer, producer, pianist, and arranger who is famous for writing the music scores for film and television. He was born on June 26, 1934, in Littleton, Colorado. He is best-known for writing music in the contemporary, jazz, and jazz fusion genres. He studied music at the University of Colorado. In 1962, he produced his first single, ‘Subways Are for Sleeping’. His first film score was for the movie ‘Divorce American Style’ in 1967. He has established a successful career as a composer and has written the music for many major films. Here are five of the

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Five Great Movie Scenes that Take Place on Bourbon Street in New Orleans

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New Orleans, the Big Easy, is a famous town for many reasons, not the least of which is Mardi Gras. The famed Bourbon Street is a venue that many upon many people flock to each year, and one which Hurricane Katrina nearly decimated in 2005. The ruin that was left behind flood up to 80 percent of New Orleans and left lingering flood waters for weeks on end. 12 years later the city is still standing, still proud, and has been the scene for many movies both before and after the hurricane in an attempt to rebuild and show people

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The Top Uses of Carly Simon Songs in Movies or TV

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If you were growing up in the 1970’s the chances are good that you heard Carly Simon a time or two. She became quite famous in 70’s and has been known ever since for a few of her most popular hits that are featured prominently in many TV shows and movies throughout the breadth of pop culture. Her love for music came from her family who were also heavily entrenched in the music scene and likely encouraged her to let her voice be heard and keep the tradition alive. Carly’s done this herself with her two children who are also

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The Top Five Uses of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” in Movies or TV

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Surprisingly enough this song was inspired by Caroline Kennedy, daughter of John F. Kennedy, when she was only 11 years old. Don’t go thinking creepy thoughts, Neil Diamond didn’t have any unhealthy obsession with the president’s little girl, but the song came together about five years after he saw a picture of Caroline and her parents on the cover of a magazine. The song itself was to his wife Marsha, but he needed a three-syllable name to make it work. Not long after it was released the song was featured in many TV shows and later on has been featured

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Five Things You didn’t Know about Gemma Collins

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Gemma Collins is a British TV star that has appeared on The Only Way Is Essex and has seemingly come to fame for not much more than this show and a few other appearances. There’s not a lot on her at this point and to be honest she seems like the type of star that might think she’s a little more popular than she actually is. That’s an opinion at the moment that seems to be gaining some popularity but it remains to be seen just how far Gemma is going to go and whether or not her incident at

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about “The Eleven”

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The Eleven is a new true crime series that started up on A&E on October 19. It is centered around the murders of eleven teenage girls in the state of Texas, which were never solved but could have a connection to a convicted murderer named Edward Harold Bell who is expected to be attending a parole hearing in the not so distant future. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about The Eleven: Follows a Pair of Investigators The Eleven is focused on the effort of a pair of investigators to solve what happened to

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TVOvermind Thanksgiving Special: What We’re Thankful For In The World of Television

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Happy Thanksgiving to one and all! Though 2017 was a tumultuous year, the same cannot be said for the quality of television content. From the digital space to animation, from shippers to writers, 2017 has been the most fulfilling year of television yet. The best part? It’s only going to get better. As everyone sits down to various pies, turkeys, cranberry sauces and tofurkeys, TVOvermind would like to give special thanks to what we are most grateful for this year in television. Sean A.- In terms of television, I’d say I’m most thankful for the current state of animation. I’m a

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Five Things You didn’t Know About Maverick Carter

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Maverick Carter is the latest business partner of former basketball star LeBron James. The two are friends as well as business associates and have successfully collaborated on their production of “Survivor’s Remorse.” But this isn’t the only thing that the former sports celeb has going for him. There is a lot going on behind the scenes and Maverick Carter is busy doing some pretty impressive things. Here are five things that you didn’t know about him. 1. He’s a high stepper Carter looks good when he’s suited up, but he has a preference for all things luxury. This includes wearing

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10 Things That You Didn’t Know About “The Natural”

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Many of us who are baseball fans still remember the 1984 film “The Natural.” It starred Robert Redford as the male lead and a young Kim Basinger just starting out in her young career.  And who could forget Wilford Brimley has head coach “Pop?”  It’s widely considered to be one of the greatest baseball movies ever made.  However, even after close to 40 years there are some things we still don’t know about the film. Here are 10 things about the movie that you didn’t know. 1. The movie was inspired by a real story In 1949 a woman who

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The Top Five Costume Designers in Movies Today

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There are many aspects to the production of a film that complete the final result. The visual effects in the movie make a significant impact on how realistic and enjoyable the movie is to viewers. One aspect of this is the costume design. The costumes in a period drama will reflect the period in which a movie is set while the costumes in a horror movie add to the overall effect of how scary the film is and the impact on the viewers. Regardless of the genre of the movie, the costumes can reveal a lot about the characters and

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The Top Uses of Talking Heads Songs in Movies and TV

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Say whatever you want to about Talking Heads but they had a very different sound that was a little difficult to get into but was the kind of thing that grew on you after a while and after so many times of hearing it. They debuted in 1977 and were a very popular band for about fourteen years before they hung up their instruments. They had a couple of reunions in 1996 and 2002 but since then they’ve been pretty well shelved. That’s kind of too bad since they were pioneers in a time when music was still going through

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10 Things You Didn’t Know about “I, Robot”

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I wouldn’t call I, Robot a dystopian film about some far flung, futuristic world where man and machine are at odds with one another because it’s not, at least not right away. I, Robot, is more or less a breakdown of the complex relationship between mankind and robots that goes into the prejudicial manner in which some human beings view robots and how that shapes their interactions with them. And to be honest it’s just one man’s prejudice, created by an accident that helped save his life, that really gets things going. Detective Spooner doesn’t trust the robots and so

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Five Life Lessons the Show “Better Things” Teaches Us

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Most of us watch television shows for the entertainment of it, but believe it or not, you can actually learn a lot while you are comfortably reclined in your favorite chair. The show “Better Things” offers some good examples of the real life lessons that you can learn if you’re paying attention. Here are five things that the show teaches us that can be useful in our everyday lives. 1. Sam Fox teaches single moms how to cope with teenage daughters Sam is raising three girls who are at various stages in their lives, and all undergoing the typical phases

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Beulah Koale

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Hollywood executives are always looking for the next hot start to push to the masses. For actors and actresses, being in the right film at the right time can make their career. One young actor who has the attention of Hollywood bigwigs and fans alike is the rising star Beulah Koale. Beulah has taken a unique route to the parking lots of Hollywood, but since his arrival, he is definitely making his presence felt. He is set to star in a new film called Thank You for Your Service and he has become a regular on Hawaii Five-o. The surge

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The Top Five Bruno Kirby Movie Roles of His Career

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Bruno Kirby is a great supporting actor, but that’s about where his skill stops. He hit that ceiling a while ago and without any disrespect to the man that’s where the talent he has is at its best. Kirby is the kind of guy you rely on to be there to bolster the other actors up, someone that doesn’t so much make people look better but rather helps the picture to flow the way it should. He’s played some very influential characters but the fact remains that he’s still a pillar in pretty much any movie he plays, whether it’s

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