Movie endings are the culmination of the whole experience. In fact, it’s a sure mark of a bad movie if people don’t bother to stay until the end.
Jupiter, it turns out, is even more wonderfully complicated than earth’s scientists had previously imagined. NASA’s Juno Mission has resulted in the first flurry of research papers that look to find clues to the beginnings of our galaxy in a better understanding of the solar system’s largest planet.
Read more at: https://omni.media/nasa-juno-delivers-first-jupiter-data
Montreal-based singer-songwriter John Cody released his fourth and final album, Hard Won: The Final Recordings on May 26, 2017. To tell the truth, no truth to tell… he laments on “The Devil’s Radio”. When did life become a public address? In a way, this album is John’s form of public address, but with plenty of truth to tell.
Read more at: http://www.myentertainmentworld.ca/2017/05/john-cody/
Netflix is taking an ambitious step towards a larger presence in the movie business with the release of “#War Machine” today, starring #Brad Pitt. The black comedy looks at American military misadventures in Afghanistan with a cynical point of view.
Some images stick in your mind forever. There’s a compelling quality about them that you just can’t forget. Since the dawn of photographic technology, photographers have tried to create those kinds of memorable images on purpose using their art. But sometimes, what’s memorable about a photograph is the subject itself and not the craft of the person behind the lens.
There are about 700 million active users on Instagram in the US these days. That means, everything you post has a potentially vast reach, including those ill-advised images that you took on vacation or your last after-work booze marathon. We all know that potential employers look at social media posts nowadays, right?
It’s been proven by many people: Auto-tune means literally anyone can be made to sound like they have a decent singing voice. Still, we’d all like to think that those rich, spoiled pop stars actually have the talent to justify the money and the fame. But, it’s a fond delusion that we’re all telling ourselves to make us feel better. Or rather, they may have talent; it’s just not always in actual singing.