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It’s June of 2005, and Seal Team 10 is stationed in Afghanistan. Four Navy Seals are tasked with the mission to capture and kill notorious Taliban leader Ahmad Shah in a mission called Operation Red Wings.
This article was originally published as part of the joke issue on 12.5.2013 There was a time when people didn’t avoid trans fat, when “Super Size Me” wasn’t even an idea in Morgan Spurlock’s head and when my parents would do anything to shut me up.
Finally, we have an episode in which the characters actually do something wedding–related rather than just casually mentioning it.
All the rhyming in the episode gave me a hurt in my head. “Bedtime Stories” was so boring, that I wanted to go to bed. Marshall and baby Marvin are on a bus to the Farhampton Inn. Where did they put the rental car?
“The Best Man Holiday” tries hard to make its audience laugh and cry, but fails at accomplishing either.
No trailer needed, Vince Vaughn’s name alone is enough to convince people to check out a new movie.
27 hours left! Wait, what? The wedding is tomorrow?
With about half of all marriages in the United States ending in divorce and about a third of all marriages starting from online dating, is it really that ridiculous to believe people could find true love on TV?
“Dallas Buyers Club” is an uncomfortably raw and realistic telling of the true story of Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey), a Texas electrician diagnosed with HIV in 1986.
Hallelujah! This episode was actually good, considering I did not once check my watch or Instagram.
Disclaimer: the content you are about to read is not quite a recap, but rather an emotional rant about season nine so far and all the disappointment and frustration it brings. This week’s episode of “How I Met Your Mother” was a step up from last week’s, but that’s not saying very much.
Ramón Sampedro, played by a Javier Bardem, is a Spanish man who became a quadriplegic at age 25. He spent the next 29 years of his life fighting for his right to an assisted suicide.
Awesome: As usual, most of the episode was really funny. • There’s a documentary entitled “True and Real Ghost Stories of the Supernatural”. • Barney arranged for doves to be flying overhead as they leave the wedding.
In the opening scene of “The Motel Life,” Jerry Lee (Stephen Dorff) barges into the motel room he shares with his brother, Frank (Emile Hirsch), and declares that they need to leave.
If you’re interested in seeing tons of fake blood on a day that’s not Halloween, you should check out “Cheap Thrills.” For anyone else, this film is simply not worth it. Craig (Pat Healy) is a new father who is down on his luck.
It’s called the Halloween special: a single episode in between the two halves of "PLL’s" fourth season.
There are 45 hours left until the wedding. So, here’s a list of 45 thoughts about this episode: 1.