Month: July 2014

Women Wednesday – Ashley Judd

July 30, 2014 Ashley Judd at the Divergent premiere Why She Is Awesome: Ashley Judd does work with many non-profit groups including: Defenders of Wildlife Populations Services International (PSI), a group that promotes AIDS prevention and treatment. Enough Project, a group that works to end genocide and crimes against humanity. Malaria No More YouthAIDS Ashley Judd also went back… Read more →

Chuck Rewatch Recap – Season 2 – Episode 21 – Chuck Versus the Colonel

Chuck Rewatch Recap Season 2 Episode 21 Chuck Versus the Colonel This episode picks up a few hours after the previous one. Chuck and Sarah have arrived at the coordinates where Fulcrum is supposed to be holding his father, but all that’s there is a little dilapidated building. Important Moments: As Chuck and Sarah are looking around the empty site… Read more →

Women Wednesday – Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie attending the premiere of Mr. & Mrs. Smith: Why She Is Awesome: Angelina is a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), an organization that works to help refugees and displaced people. She also serves as Special Envoy to the High Commissioner. She also works with: Daniel Pearl Foundation, an organization formed in memory… Read more →

Supernatural Rewatch Recap – Season 1 – Episode 16 – Shadow

Supernatural – Season 1 – Episode 16 – Shadow This episode opens with a young girl inexplicably walking alone through what looks like an abandoned industrial area at night while listening to headphones. The headphones stop working and something shadowy is there. The wind picks up, blowing garbage everywhere and the girl freaks out and runs around the corner, as… Read more →

Begin Again Review

Begin Again Starring Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo, Catherine Keener, Adam Levine, Hailee Steinfeld and James Corden Begin Again is a film for music lovers. Its working title was Can a Song Save Your Life? and that title describes the theme of the movie as well as anything. In the vein of films such as Walk the Line or Almost Famous,… Read more →