Calling all romance movie lovers! Aussie hottie Liam Hemsworth proves that not only can he be a hero, fighting for your country, he can turn it all down for love. The trailer for his newest movie Love and Honor has been released, and we just can’t get enough out it. Hemsworth plays a solider committed to fight in the Vietnam war. With a week off until heading back to fight, his best friend decides to go back to America, in hopes of winning his girlfriend back. While there, Hemsworth falls in love but then it’s time to go back, ugh buzz-kill.
Love and Honor is directed by first-time filmmaker Danny Mooney, and it’s clear that the film has a ‘Nicolas Spark’ feel to it. That right there wins me over. There’s no release date yet, but you can enjoy watching the trailer over countless times.
The day has come upon us fellow Pinterest users, when the men of the Internet challenge our fortress. Look at them uniting, the trolls, ninja cats, and every other outdated meme, riding to the music of Nyan. The only safe-haven for crafty girls who don’t want to take their tops off is coming under attack from the rest of the Internet. They’ve already invaded YouTube and Tumblr, but Pinterest must protect it’s homepage.
Pull out your Etsy glue guns, fishtail braid every hairstyle you see in sight, take photo bombs and by George, throw every superfood you have at them.
Pinterest will live to see another day. [Source]
In case you think the story is a hoax, you can see above Tupac’s sex tape is real. TMZ has provided screenshots of the now legendary tape.
As we reported earlier, the tape was filmed in 1991 at a house party. During the video, Tupac receives oral sex from a woman as he raps in front of a group of people.
Now there is a bidding war by two porn companies to get hold of the tape. Adult website YouPorn has already made a $150,000 offer for the footage, according to its founder Corey Price.
There’s one main reason to see Jim Sheridan’s latest drama “Brothers:” its talented cast. The adaptation of the award-winning Danish film about post-traumatic stress is gripping to say the least. However, its main fault is being predictable, but if audiences can get past that, they’re in for an emotional battle.
“Brothers” takes place in a small Minnesota military town and tells the story of Marine captain Sam Cahill (played by Tobey Maguire). Unlike many other war films, however, this one focuses on the family.
All is well in the Cahill household until Sam is called up for a return trip to Afghanistan, forcing him to leave behind his beautiful wife Grace (Natalie Portman) and two young daughters. Tension rises among the family when Sam’s younger brother Tommy (Jake Gyllenhaal) is released from prison. The two brothers share a rapport, unlike the rest of his family (mainly their father), who doesn’t understand the ex-con and deems Sam as the “good” son.
It’s no surprise that the family dynamics start to change as soon as Sam is pronounced dead in Afghanistan. Following the absence of his brother, Tommy finds purpose in taking care of Grace and his nieces — giving him a newfound sense of responsibility. However, Sam’s survival is never in question for the audience, no spoilers here — in fact, it’s in the trailer.
The movie comes out tomorrow so check back for our review later tonight. In the meantime here’s the trailer for the film starring Brad Pitt, Eli Roth, and directed by Quentin Tarantino.