April Fools’ Day: Being Born a Joke

No culture in the world truly celebrates April Fools’ Day and there are no public holidays for it, yet it’s still in all the calendars every year. Everyone knows it’s on April 1st, which is surprisingly handy when that’s also your date of birth.

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The Krusty Krab: A Conglomerate Nightmare

It may appear as just another parody of a fast-food chain, where minimum wage and long contracted hours are a regularity, but if you dive deeper you can see Spongebob’s workplace is a conglomerate nightmare ala Amazon or Disney.

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Flip Screen’s ‘Best of the Decade’ List – 2010s

Late December is not just ‘holiday season’ but ‘self-reflective season’ – a time when many look back at the year gone by, highlighting the highs and lows of that time. Now at the end of 2019, we have a double-whammy in that we’re not just entering a new year but a new decade. So with…

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The Essential Guide To: Adam Sandler

Somewhere in Brooklyn, New York on September 9, 1966; one of the true entertainers on the New York Mount Rushmore was born. Adam Sandler is a titan of American comedy, contributing as an actor, comedian, screenwriter, producer and even a musician. Having been in the public eye since the late 1980s, Sandler has become a…

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REVIEW: Danish Oscar Contender ‘Queen of Hearts (2019)’ is a Fantastic Balance of Good and Evil

“One of the greatest performances this year.” The Queen of Hearts is a card of beauty, idealism and affection, that represents a loving mother with a strong appeal to the opposite sex in May el-Toukhy’s psychosexual drama. Anne (Trine Dyrholm) is a successful lawyer who specialises in cases of domestic and sexual abuse to underage…

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Stephen King Horror Movies Ranked

Everyone who has the slightest knowledge of horror will know who Stephen King is. The acclaimed writer has been one of the most popular authors since the mid-70s, and nowadays his name is still a selling point when a studio is adapting one of his published works. A lot of these adaptations have become cinema…

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