n this short documentary, JAY Z’s Life+Times takes an unprecedented behind the scenes look at the creation of JAY Z’s Barclays Center opening concerts
So a few years ago Ryan Leslie lost his laptop overseas and offered to pay 1 million dollars for it’s return. So after a few months it was returned but the reward was never paid. Ryan claimed the stuff he needed wasn’t available and to make a long story short the judge said GTFOH and pay the money. #yawordisyabond
–“Savages“ – Aaron Johnson from “Kick Ass” and Taylor Kitsch from “Friday Night Lights” go to war against a Mexican drug cartel that wants in on their marijuana business . . . and kidnaps the girl they’re BOTH dating. She’s played by Blake Lively. . . . Salma Hayek runs the cartel, Benicio Del Toro is her enforcer, and John Travolta plays a corrupt DEA agent working both sides of the law. It’s directed by Oliver Stone. –“The Watch“ – Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill, and British comedian Richard Ayoade start a neighborhood watch so the four of them can get some MAN-TIME together, and then they accidentally uncover an alien plot to take over the world. See more movies after the click. (more…)
In the summer of 2007, producer 100dBs and emcee Ryan-O’Neil came together to create one of the dopest Hip-Hop albums in recent years, The Adventures of the One Hand Bandit & the Slum Computer Wizard. Fast forward 5 years later and the duo are destined to repeat greatness with their sophomore album Tea & Spliffs on November 27th.
The album’s first single, “Wait A Minute” is a rallying cry about staying true to self and avoiding the latest trends over a vicious bassline as DJ Far East slices and dices the infamous Chuck D line. And as bonus there is the Curtis Mayfield sample anthem, “Power For The People” another example of the dopeness these cats bring to the table
RZA from the Wu-Tang Clan wrote, directed, and stars in this kung fu movie about seven clans of warriors and assassins who descend upon a Chinese village to fight for a fortune in gold. RZA plays a blacksmith who literally forges himself iron fists.
–Russell Crowe, Lucy Liu, and WWE wrestler Batista all have big roles. Batista’s character Bronze Body has the ability to turn his skin into metal. Former “Real World” minx Jamie Chung, and “Foxy Brown” star Pam Grier are also in it.
Denzel Washington is an airline pilot whose plane starts to fall apart at 30,000 feet. He pulls off a miraculous barrel roll of a 50-ton plane to recover from an uncontrolled dive and safely crash land.
–But despite saving so many lives, his personal life comes under intense scrutiny when it’s discovered he had alcohol in his system at the time of the crash.
–Don Cheadle is the lawyer defending him, Bruce Greenwood plays his Union rep, and John Goodman is his wisecracking friend.
John C. Reilly plays Ralph, a video game character who’s tired of being the villain and wants to be a good guy for a change.
–Sarah Silverman plays a misfit from a candy-coated cart-racing game, “30 Rock’s” Jack McBrayer plays the fixer hero of Ralph’s original game, and “Glee’s” Jane Lynch plays a sergeant in a hardcore fighting game called “Hero’s Duty”.
–The movie also features appearances by classic game characters like Q*Bert, a Pac-Man ghost, “Street Fighter’s” Zangief, and Bowser from the Mario games.
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