They’re back! For fans of the 2013 hit film Love Actually, we have great news. Key cast-members including Liam Neeson, Kiera Knightly, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, and Andrew Lincoln reunited for a short ten-minute sequel. The sequel titled Red Nose Day Actually will air during a special night of programming on NBC on Thursday,… [Read More]
It seems Einstein’s head is occupied with other things while at the patent office–things that could change the world.
Maybe CAR-T therapy will be the breakthrough scientists need to eliminate cancer once and for all.
In Breakthrough, each episode is created by a specific director and tackles a unique aspect of how science can help society in general.
By the end of the episode, you’ll want to stand beside Mileva Maric, wrap her in a hug, and cry with her.
Produced by Sherien Barsoum and directed by Andrew Moir, Babe, I Hate To Go tells the story of Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker who has spent half his life working in the Ontario tobacco belt to support his family in Jamaica. Goodbyes have become ritual but Delroy harbours a secret—he has cancer. Though his health… [Read More]
The second episode of Genius is directed by Minkie Spiro and focuses on more intimate portrayals of the characters.
Although extremely melodramatic, A Dog’s Purpose is a decent film and showcases companionship in a often touching way.
Watching this documentary was like ripping a band aid off of a wound that was not quite healed.
In the opening episode, broad strokes are painted as Howard intersperses the younger and elder versions of Einstein. The younger Einstein is a daydreaming free thinker; the elder is wiser yet stubborn.