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Release Date : 2016-01-14
Casts : Janet Varney, Rob Schneider, Jess Harnell, Debi Derryberry, Gabriel Iglesias, Zachary Gordon, Loretta Devine, Bill Nighy, Ken Jeong, Salome Jens, Colm Meaney, Heather Graham, Michael McElhatton

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In an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s seminal novel The Price of Salt, CAROL follows two women from very different backgrounds who find themselves in an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. As conventional norms of the time challenge their undeniable attraction, an honest story emerges to reveal the resilience of the heart in the face of change. A young woman in her 20s, Therese Belivet (Rooney Mara), is a clerk working in a Manhattan department store and dreaming of a more fulfilling life when she meets Carol (Cate Blanchett), an alluring woman trapped in a loveless, convenient marriage. As an immediate connection sparks between them, the innocence of their first encounter dims and their connection deepens. While Carol breaks free from the confines of marriage, her husband (Kyle Chandler) begins to question her competence as a mother as her involvement with Therese and close relationship with her best friend Abby (Sarah Paulson) come to light.

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Release Date : 2016-01-14
Category : Adventure, Family, Comedy, Animation
Casts : Colm Meaney, Heather Graham, Salome Jens, Loretta Devine, Gabriel Iglesias, Debi Derryberry, Zachary Gordon, Rob Schneider, Jess Harnell, Bill Nighy, Ken Jeong, Janet Varney, Michael McElhatton
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➢ The Lobster Movie DetailRelease Date : 2015-10-16Casts : Olivia Colman, Ariane Labed, Ashley Jensen, Rachel Weisz, Angeliki Papoulia, John C. Reilly, Rosanna Hoult, Colin Farrell, Michael Smiley, Jessica Barden, Léa Seydoux, Ben WhishawDuration : 118 minutes runtime

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“ The Lobster is a story about love, without being a conventional love story. It observes the ways and reasons certain people come together to form couples, while others don’t. It is a story about the terrifying effects of solitude, the fear of dying alone, the fear of living alone and, above all, the fear of living with someone. Forcing ourselves to like someone is one kind of suffering; trying to find someone we really like is a different sort of suffering. The Lobster tries to discover synonyms for love in words such as fear, norms, deadlines, matching, synchronicity, naivety, prosperity and lies. ”

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Release Date : 2015-10-16
Casts : Ashley Jensen, Colin Farrell, Angeliki Papoulia, Léa Seydoux, John C. Reilly, Rachel Weisz, Michael Smiley, Ben Whishaw, Rosanna Hoult, Olivia Colman, Ariane Labed, Jessica Barden
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Release Date : 2015-10-16
Category : Science Fiction, Comedy, Thriller, Drama, Romance
Casts : Olivia Colman, Léa Seydoux, Michael Smiley, Angeliki Papoulia, Rachel Weisz, Ben Whishaw, Rosanna Hoult, Ariane Labed, Colin Farrell, John C. Reilly, Jessica Barden, Ashley Jensen
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Release Date : 2015-10-16
Casts : Ashley Jensen, Ben Whishaw, Michael Smiley, Angeliki Papoulia, Olivia Colman, Léa Seydoux, Jessica Barden, John C. Reilly, Ariane Labed, Rosanna Hoult, Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz
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The 25 Best 'SNL' Players of the Last 25 Years: #5-1

On February 9, 1991 — 25 years ago this month — Adam Sandler made his Saturday Night Live debut as a featured cast member in Season 16. And we thought that was a great excuse to take a look back at the past quarter-century of SNL history and rank the 25 best cast members who’ve joined the show since Sandler did. We debated each nominee’s on-air performance only based on longevity, versatility, cultural impact, and overall magnificence, and came up with the following list. Live, from New York… it’s the 25 best SNL cast members of the last 25 years.

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5. Norm Macdonald (Seasons 19-23)
Why He Made The Cut:
Probably the most fearless of all the “Weekend Update” anchors, Macdonald made cutting jokes about celebrities including O.J. Simpson and Woody Allen so fierce, they drew gasps as well as laughs. In sketches, his impersonations of Sen. Bob Dole and Burt Reynolds were impeccably accurate, but never without an element of Macdonald’s own laconic personality intentionally shining through. In this, he was one of the quirkiest, most unpredictable SNL cast members ever, and thus a polarizing figure. So polarizing, he was fired as “Update” anchor by NBC West Coast president Don Ohlmeyer for being “not funny.”

Signature Moment: Macdonald returned to the show as a host in 1999, and turned his opening monologue into a typically whimsical yet pointed meditation on his history on SNL, including the Ohlmeyer “not funny” remark, musing that, since he’d been asked back to host the show, it must mean “I haven’t gotten funnier — the show has gotten really bad!” —Ken Tucker

4. Kristen Wiig (Seasons 31-37)
Why She Made the Cut: A supremely quirky chameleon, Wiig has to go down as an all-time SNL great, thanks to the wide swath of characters she brought to life. From the demonically cheerful Target Lady to the blasé Valley girl of “The Californians” to her wicked celebrity impressions (our favorites: Kathie Lee Gifford and Suze Orman), Wiig transformed herself to find the funny in every situation. Sure, a few of her characters wore out their welcome (Gilly, anyone? No? No takers?), but Wiig never did.

Signature Moment: We could dismiss The Lawrence Welk Show’s Merrell Sisters and Wiig’s baby-handed, malformed sister Dooneese as a one-joke premise… but man, what a joke. With a face made for radio, Dooneese steals this 2008 sketch by adding her own horrifying lyrics to her sisters’ cutesy songs — when she’s not chasing bubbles with her tiny hands, that is. —Dave Nemetz

3. Bill Hader (Seasons 31-38)
Why He Made the Cut: SNL’s most reliable bringer of the funny is Bill Hader. This contemporary heir to Phil Hartman has it all: an extensive gallery of spot-on celebrity impressions from A (Alan Alda) to V (Vincent Price), recurring characters that took on lives of their own (in an earlier era, you just know that Stefon and Vinny Vedecci would have gotten their own feature films), and an Everyman appeal that immediately endeared him to the cast and audience alike. Lorne Michaels once famously told Hader that he could work at SNL for as long as he wanted. If we’d had a say, it would have been forever.    


Signature Moment: Stefon is Hader’s most famous character, but Italian TV personality Vinny Vedecci is his most distinctly Hader-esque creation. Modeled after an Italian man he overheard in line while waiting to see Steven Spielberg’s 2001 film A.I., Vinny perfectly encapsulates his creator’s many talents: impersonator, improviser, and serious film buff. The delight on his face sitting across from Robert De Niro, riffing with the screen legend of Taxi Driver and The Deer Hunter, is 100 percent genuine. —Ethan Alter

2. Will Ferrell (Seasons 21-27)
Why He Made the Cut: It’s not hard to see why this beloved SNL funnyman landed in the runner-up spot on our list. From his portrayals of overly-enthusiastic Spartan cheerleader Craig, to a fictional Blue Oyster Cult member named Gene (gotta have more cowbell!), to his hilarious impersonations of Harry Caray, George W. Bush, and Janet Reno, Will Ferrell is the man behind some of the most memorable characters ever seen on the late night sketch comedy, and he has the Emmy nod to prove it.

Signature Moment: Ferrell’s most iconic SNL sketch had him portraying an exasperated Alex Trebek in a 1999 Celebrity Jeopardy! spoof. The comic was joined by Jimmy Fallon (as French Stewart), Darrell Hammond (as Sean Connery) and Norm Macdonald (as Burt Reynolds), playing the straight man to three idiotic contestants while introducing inane Jeopardy! categories like “Movies that Start With the Word Jaws” and “Your Ass or a Hole in the Ground.” Ferrell keeping a straight face through this sketch is a miracle, especially when Reynolds renamed himself “Turd Ferguson” and Connery wrote “Suck it, Trebek” for his Final Jeopardy! wager. Ferrell’s Trebek impersonation is such an integral part of SNL history that he reprised the role for the show’s 40th anniversary special last year. —Victoria Leigh Miller

1. Amy Poehler (Seasons 27-34)
Why She Made the Cut: Poehler’s SNL tenure began inauspiciously, overshadowed by seismic real-world events; she and fellow new cast member (and future “Weekend Update” co-anchor) Seth Meyers made their debuts as featured players on the first episode following 9/11. But Lorne Michaels clearly recognized that he’d found someone special: by the season’s halfway point, Poehler had been bumped up into the main cast. She’s one of only three performers to achieve a rare mid-year promotion (the other two being Eddie Murphy and Harry Shearer), and the very first to be nominated for an Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy in 2008. On a show where the most successful performers tend to fall into two groups, “Stars” and “Utility Players,” Poehler effortlessly moved back and forth between camps, anchoring sketches (as young Kaitlin, one-legged reality show contestant Amber, “Bronx Beat” co-host Betty Caruso, Dakota Fanning, or Michael Jackson) and also providing invaluable back-up support. That’s why she’s the greatest SNL performer of the past quarter century. Yes, really. 


Signature Moment: “Editorial Response” (Mar. 1, 2008)
Poehler’s Hillary Clinton impersonation won her numerous fans… up to and including the actual Hillary Clinton, who appeared alongside her doppleganger in a hilarious “Editorial Response” to a debate sketch that pitted Poehler against Fred Armisen’s Barack Obama. Besides the delight in seeing these two share the screen — in the same outfit, no less! — this clip showcases Poehler’s razor-sharp skills as an improv trained ensemble player. Watch as she cedes the spotlight to Clinton, while also making sure to slip in a joke — or demented laugh — at the exact right moment. —EA

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Queer ASL focuses on introducing basic American Sign Language and Deaf culture to queer & transgender learners in Vancouver, BC. This involves learning the alphabet, finger-spelling, facial expressions, vocabulary, and grammar structures. At home, students access homework videos that feature the local queer signing community and a collection of Deaf culture information such as identity politics, cultural norms, history, current topics and issues, etc. The courses have a voice-off policy in order to both be respectful of signing spaces and to immerse ourselves in a signing environment. People who complete Queer ASL classes are able to carry basic conversations with signing queer folks and have a better understanding of the deaf/signing community.

The courses are taught through using powerpoints, videos, demonstrations, dialogue practice via partners and groups. All instructors are deaf and queer. Deaf queer guests (often folks featured in the homework videos) at times visit to provide additional perspectives and show students how we all have different signing styles. By having guests, this allows both signing queers and Queer ASL students become familiar with each other, thus building a bridge.

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anonymous asked:

why are their so many stereotypes against us bi girls? I love girls and being with girls just as much as the next lesbian does but yet if I try to pursue a girl she always ends up breaking it off and going for a girl who is just a lesbian. I'm never even the one breaking hearts?!!

I think it comes from a place of sexism to be honest. We’re basically brainwashed our whole lives by this patriarchal society that men are basically better than us, add a dose of the severe heteronormativity we’re subjected to everyday, that would leave some women feeling threatened by men. If we’re told men are better then some women are going to feel like it’s likely that their girlfriends will leave them for men and if we see nothing but heterosexuality as the norm, then they’re going to see that coupling as more likely to happen.

Now even if a lot of women can see straight through the bullshit that’s been fed to us, the stereotype began a long time ago, before it was so common for women to be aware of the sexism in our society, so we may not believe the cause, but they may still believe the stereotype against bi girls anyway. Think about bi men too, it’s always assumed they’re gay and will end up with a man.. it’s always that people will end up with men.

There is no law or rule book out there that states that men should initiate a conversation with a female, or that men are supposed to ask a female out on a date, men are supposed to propose to a female, or that men are supposed to pay for everything. Cut the social norm. That shouldn’t be expected. People want equality between genders but think that shit is alright? No it’s not. So women can’t do these things to men? Men are the only ones? That’s very sexist
—  Christian .O. Ortiz (Author of The Human Women Guide)

I’ve been thinking about this a lot for a while, and a recent spate of memes mocking celiac set me off again, so:

I feel like we in the chronic illness community need a whole new thread of conversation about not just invisible illnesses, but illnesses that aren’t respected or taken seriously.

I have severe IBS (as one of my chronic conditions). My doctors all agree that my symptoms are vastly beyond the diagnostic norms for IBS, but they can’t figure out what else I could actually have, so that’s the best diagnosis for now. IBS is also a diagnosis given to maaaaany people who have the opposite problem: symptoms that are well below the diagnostic severity that usually requires medical intervention, but that bother them enough that they get this diagnosis. It’s also often a diagnosis given to the elderly if they have any digestive complaints at all, because then they can bill insurance for any related care.

The result? No one thinks this condition is serious. A friend once asked me why I needed so many accommodations for “what is essentially farting a lot.” I didn’t have the heart to explain that for me, IBS isn’t (just) gas (which is embarrassing and painful, by the way), but it’s also debilitating nausea, constant diarrhea, gut pain and spasms, blinding headaches (called “ocular migraines”), fatigue and dizziness, vitamin and nutrient imbalances from malabsorption, dumping syndrome if I don’t time and balance meals and sugars correctly, and complete lack of hunger response, which creates a dangerous cycle of I’m not forced to eat. It’s also frequent ulcers and GERD, joint pain and systemic inflammation, and (coupled with my food allergies) the need to be constantly vigilant against getting dosed with an allergen.

At this time, there’s nothing more I can do to manage my condition. I take medication for the nausea and pain, I take care of myself holistically, and I have a service dog (who I trained myself with help from a professional) who alerts me when I need to eat, which helps me avoid a bout of dumping syndrome and/or devastating stomach spasms. My illness won’t kill me, but it does fundamentally alter my life.

But I wish often that I had a better diagnosis, one that people respected and understood. Because most of the time, people associate IBS with a little gas and indigestion, and then callously ignore my very real, very severe symptoms. Celiac folks have a similar issue: people associate that condition with a fad diet and ignore their real needs for food safety. I’m sure there are other conditions that are also ignored (PCOS, chronic migraines, etc). It’s exhausting enough to be sick, so adding this on top is just insult to injury.