Kelly Lawler USA TODAY Published 7:00 AM EDT Jul 3, 2019 Get your hot dogs, apple pie, fireworks and bottles of sunscreen ready, it’s almost the Fourthof July. The holiday celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence falls on a Thursday this year, which means you'll hopefully get a bit of an extra break from your 9-to-5 grind and daily traffic jams to soak up some fun in the sun or relax by the pool. But if you’re looking for something to fill the time around the big fireworks show or you just need a little break from the outdoor heat, we’ve rounded up five appropriately themed patriotic movies to celebrate in style this summer. If you want something traditional: 'Independence Day' Why stray from a modern classic? The 1996 original sci-fi epic has everything you want for the Fourth of July: Aliens, giant explosions, patriotic speeches and Will Smith. By the time the film’s president (Bill Pullman) is shouting “Today we … [Read more...] about Fourth of July fun: 5 patriotic movies to binge-watch
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Entertainment & Arts 18 April 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-47974704 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Related TopicsCannes Film Festival British filmmaker Ken Loach's new movie will premiere at Cannes next … [Read more...] about Ken Loach leads Cannes Festival line-up
Carter Pilcher is a fan of bloodshed. Specifically on screen. The short-films entrepreneur says, when it comes to brief tales: “The more killing or bloody and sexy the film the better, viewers seem to be saying.” Is he riding off a public thirst for gratuitous violence? “Obviously I can’t watch them all so our kind of test is, is there a redemptive moment?” The American has spent nearly two decades building up the world’s largest catalogue of short films, launching TV channels and screening films in cinemas and online. The films, which have featured the likes of Martin Freeman, Jesse Eisenberg and Benedict Cumberbatch, can be watched in 90 countries online via iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. The company has a studio production business creating quirky short-film content for broadcasters and brands like Nike and Virgin Atlantic. It spans genres from live action and animation to documentary. Crucially, it also has the exclusive rights to … [Read more...] about No short cuts by Shorts International on the road to global film hits
50. Lloyd Cole and the CommotionsLost Weekend (1985) Poor old Lloyd went to Amsterdam and all he got was double pneumonia in a single room. And, by the sounds of it, his love life is going horribly wrong. Just don’t ask him about the price of medicine (obviously he didn’t get his European health insurance card). It’s enough to make anyone go No Deal, really. 49. Peter HammillGerman Overalls (1973) More continental misery from the never knowingly cheerful Peter Hammill, who’s on tour in Germany and not enjoying it. At all. In Mannheim, “on a rainy Saturday with no money nor friend / Only tequila can end the boredom”. Worse still, he can only find old copies of the Sunday Times to read. Well, it was 1973. 48. Freddie Mercury and Montserrat CaballéBarcelona (1988) You might think it a silly piece of fluff (and so might I), but the Spanish newspaper El País calls Barcelona “iconic … a musical masterpiece”. The pairing of the … [Read more...] about The 50 best songs about Europe – ranked!