The name of the film is The Unthinkable. And I will say right off the bat – it would be unthinkable for any audience member to be less than enamored with the experience this remarkable film bestows. The Swedish title is Den blomstertid nu kommer, which is an old Swedish hymn, apparently sung by children.
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Stuart Wilson/BFCGetty Images Like hurt puppies and drunk Tinder swipers, fashion needs some self-protection right now. That feels especially true in London, where Brexit is more on-again-off-again than a Bachelor in Paradise romance, and environmental protests are hardcore, sincere, and—in the face of the climate crisis—impossible to discount. Tristan Fewings/BFCGetty Images Into the storm rides
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Adrian Halen 09/14/2019 Upcoming Horror Movies SYNOPSIS: It’s always just a party- until somebody gets killed! Audrey Small (Julie Sherwood) and three of her closest friends are preparing to throw a costume party, Midsummer Nightmares, which everyone calls ‘the social event of the season. But there is someone in their midsts who would prefer to
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Phantom Planet have shared another new single. It’s called “Party Animal” and marks the second release of their post-hiatus run following this year’s “BALISONG”. Once again, they’re working with producer Tony Berg, who certainly embellishes their hooks. Like “BALISONG”, this track bubbles and sticks like all the best indie pop. Of its origins, singer-songwriter Alex
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If you spend even a cursory amount of time looking at the more discerning end of menswear, you’ll have noticed one country dominating. Whether you’re obsessing over cult workwear brands, following Instagram accounts like @clutchmagazinejapan, or noticing how much money you can self-justify spending on a single pair of jeans, then you’re under the influence
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