I love horror movies more than I should. Only a select few actually scare me anymore but one that will always hold a place in my personal Horror Hall of Fame is "A Nightmare on Elm Street". As much as I love it I would NEVER live in that house, but you can.
Usually Hollywood likes to paint the perfect picture of the ideal life, but there are often movies created based on single parent life. Sure, most of them have a happy ending to a somewhat difficult life, but who wants to be sad when the movie ends?
I know there are people that LOVE sad movies, I am not among them. However Les Miserables has my curiosity peaked. That is until I saw this video of a man's of his parents crying all the way home after seeing Les Mis.
When a 41-year old cancer patient named Dan was told he only had a few weeks left to live, he wished he could see the upcoming Star Trek Into Darkness before he died. Friends and family took to Reddit, a social website, to share his story and wish.
I remember all my female friends going crazy trying to get a glimpse of Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper while they were in Schenectady filming "A Place Beyond the Pines". Well now we can finally see the trailer for the movie.
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