"Django Unchained" review: Blaxploitation and spaghetti westerns make a tasty combo

December 18, 2012

LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) – Quentin Tarantino continues his debate of “disreputable” movie genres with “Django Unchained,” a boisterous and aroused allowance of tropes from a 1960s spaghetti Western (low-budget European cowboy movies, constructed mostly in Italy and Spain) and a 1970s blaxploitation Western (often-angry punish cinema that examined a Civil War epoch in general, and […]

Vanities can be healthy

September 4, 2012

With health and wellness gaining inflection in people’s wish lists, there is now a flourishing recognition of healthier choices. Here are some-more answers for your innumerable of options. Pick a wellness devise that will fit we best. Questions Please explain—what’s all a bitch over over nitrates and nitrites? Multiple choice:  Which dish would we consider  […]

Consumers might be baffled, though builders are bullish

February 24, 2012

“Canadians don’t know what to consider about a economy any more,” says Norman Baillie-David, a consumer certainty guru. Every month, Mr. Baillie-David surveys Canadians to find out how expansive – or desperate – they are feeling about their prospects. Optimism surged in Jan usually to be dragged down by a mid-winter blahs in February. That […]

Pet’s bad exhale could be pointer of dental disease

September 9, 2011

LOS ANGELES — Dogs have 42 teeth, humans have 32, cats have 30, and Mario has none. The cat was eating poorly, stealing in a closet, and had red, bruise gums when he was diagnosed with a mouth infection called stomatitis. Three surgeries and $10,000 later, all his teeth had been pulled. “Once he started […]

Majority of dogs, cats over age 2 in US have some form of dental disease: vets

September 7, 2011

Pet’s bad exhale might be pointer of dental disease

September 7, 2011

Dogs have 42 teeth, humans have 32, cats have 30 and Mario has none. The cat was eating poorly, stealing in a closet, and had red, bruise gums when he was diagnosed with a mouth infection called stomatitis. Three surgeries and $10,000 later, all his teeth had been pulled. “Once he started feeling better, he […]

Is Jennifer Aniston ‘Horrible’ in ‘Bosses’?

July 9, 2011

Jennifer Aniston drops her girl-next-door persona to play a raunchy, sex-obsessed dentist in “Horrible Bosses,” in theaters Friday. What are a critics observant about her performance? Kirk Honeycutt writes in The Hollywood Reporter that it’s fantastic that Charlie Day, who plays her dental assistant, would be incited off by Aniston’s advances, job it a “casting […]

Jennifer Aniston in ‘Horrible Bosses:’ What Critics Say

July 9, 2011

Jennifer Aniston drops her girl-next-door persona to play a raunchy, sex-obsessed dentist in Horrible Bosses, in theaters Friday. What are a critics observant about her performance? Kirk Honeycutt writes in The Hollywood Reporter that it’s fantastic that Charlie Day, who plays her dental assistant, would be incited off by Aniston’s advances, job it a “casting […]

Conway talks medication drug abuse during visit

May 12, 2011

  Miranda Pederson/Daily News Dr. Karen Shay of Morehead, mom of Sarah Shay, who died during 19 of a medication drug overdose, talks with students Wednesday during Bowling Green Junior High School.   advertisement When Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway asked a students during Bowling Green Junior High School how many of them knew someone […]