Songwriter Rod Mckuen Dies At 81

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The Los Angeles Times writes : Among McKuen's commercial success in the 1960s and '70s were his reworking of Jacques Brel's song "Le Moribond" for the English-language version of "Seasons in the Sun," which was later covered by the Kingston Trio and Terry Jacks. Frank Sinatra recorded an album of McKuen songs in 1969 called "A Man Alone," which included "Love's Been Good to Me." For as much as McKuen seemed to be loved by the general public, that was not the case with critics. The New York Times writes: "For a generation of Americans at midcentury and afterward, Mr. McKuen's poetry formed an enduring, solidly constructed bridge between the Beat generation and New Age sensibilities. http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2015/01/30/382602078/songwriter-poet-rod-mckuen-dies-at-81?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=movies

God’s Sovereignty Is the Subject of a New Super Bowl Ad

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Siddharth and Samantha are not in Bangalore

RogerEbert.com By Christy Lemire The Boy Next Door has its share of so-bad-they’re-good moments – and details, and chunks of dialogue – but not nearly enough. Mostly,... Variety By Andrew Barker The film’s initial formulaic competence gives way to outright preposterousness rather quickly, hinging on idiot-plot character motivations. The movie exceeded my expectations! By yoan2003 The movie exceeded my expectations! http://www.fandango.com/theboynextdoor_178056/movieoverview?wssaffid=11830&wssac=123

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Siddharth and Samantha are not in Bangalore Home / Latest News / Siddharth and Samantha are not in Bangalore Siddharth and Samantha are not in Bangalore According to grapevine, Actor siddharth and actress Samantha ruth prabhu are not in the tamil remake of Bangalore days, which did a great business across kerela and around the world. http://cinemababu.com/siddharth-and-samantha-are-not-in-bangalore/

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God’s Sovereignty Is the Subject of a New Super Bowl Ad Share LinkedIn Mobile phone charger company Mophie isn’t afraid to court controversy in their new Super Bowl ad by making God the star of the 60-second spot. The apocalyptic scenario in the epic ad is based on a simple joke: If the average person feels powerless when their cell phone dies, just imagine how God would feel? Watch and debate below ... http://www.relevantmagazine.com/slices/gods-sovereignty-subject-new-super-bowl-ad

AMIRA & SAM Review

He’s the perfect combination of the affable, good-intentioned Everyman with a strong moral compass mixed with the social awkwardness needed in order for Amira & Sam to work. He’s not the stereotypical fumbling, bumbling buffoon that wooes his love interest through well-intentioned romantic failures. Starr instead plays Sam as decent, morally upstanding good guy with a humorous wit and a heart of gold. He’s awkward, although confidently awkward (if you could put it that way) as he’s quick to deflect the uncomfortable moments around him into humor. http://filmpulse.net/amira-sam-review/