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Movie Review: "Horrible Bosses 2" Not For Hire
There are a lot of words that can be used to describe “Horrible Bosses 2,” but I’ll use one that comes directly from its title: Horrible. Instead of at least attempting to bring something new to the table, original stars Jason Bateman (Juno), Jason Sudeikis (We’re The Millers), and Charlie Day (TV’s “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia”) settle for the cinematic equivalent of Mid-level Corporate mediocrity.
Everyone at some point has had a horrible boss. It’s an inevitable outcome of the working world. Three years ago, screenwriters Michael Markowitz, John Francis Daley, and Jonathan Goldstein, as well as director Seth Gordon (Four Christmases), capitalized on this common dilemma with the appropriately titled “Horrible Bosses.”Read More
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Resigns
President Obama announced today that Chuck Hagel leave his position as Secretary of Defense. Hagel has agreed to remain in his position until a successor is nominated and confirmed.
“Over nearly two years, Chuck has been an exemplary defense secretary,”Obama said. “When I asked Chuck to serve as secretary of defense, we were entering a significant period of transition.”
Hagel was sworn in as the 24th Secretary of Defense on February 27, 2013 becoming the first enlisted combat veteran to lead the Department of Defense.Read More
NFL Week 12 Recap: A Gut Check For The Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals entered week 12 with the best record in the NFL. Despite this accomplishment, they have felt largely disrespected by the NFL public. So much so, they entered their divisional game against the struggling Seattle Seahawks as underdogs, another week they would have to rally as the “nobody believes in us” unit.
With three of their last four wins coming against playoff-hopeful teams (Philadelphia, Dallas, Detroit), they looked to add Seattle to that list, and push forward to a division title and the respect they believe they deserve.Read More
Katy Perry To Headline SUPER BOWL XLIX Halftime Show
Global superstar KATY PERRY will headline the PEPSI SUPER BOWL XLIX HALFTIME SHOW on NBC in University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Sunday, February 1, 2015, it was confirmed tonight in an unprecedented multi-media, global announcement.
Katy acknowledged the performance on Twitter while watching the Dallas Cowboys – New York Giants game in Australia where she is currently on her Prismatic World Tour. Bob Costas announced the performance to the television audience at halftime of the Cowboys-Giants game on Sunday Night Football, primetime TV's #1 show.Read More
2014 American Music Awards: Major Wins Go To One Direction
Mr. Worldwide, Mr. 305, the one and only Pitbull returned to the stage to host the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday night, aired on ABC. Although Taylor Swift's opening performance of "Blank Space" wasn't one to blow the audience away, Pitbull's opening monologue got the show rolling right along. The rapper is surprisingly comical.
"Fancy" singing sensation Charlie XCX punk rocked out with her latest hit "Boom Clap" and "Break The Rules." From prom dress to tight leather, the 22 year-old certainly showed some skin. On the more laid back end, "Magic" sang their Single of the Year nominated hit "Rude" with Wyclef Jean. They may be a boy band, but 5 Seconds To Summer switched out the teen sweetness for their rock style covering The Romantics' "What I Like About You."
As always, Imagine Dragons gave a stellar performance with incredible lights and video projection during "I Bet My Life."Read More
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