If you’ve ever spent any time with children, let’s say roughly around the age group of 3-6, you’d know that they are easily distracted and they need constant entertainment. Coming up with different ways and techniques for the same can get tough even for the seasoned player, which in More »
History is commonly regarded as an attempt to produce a structured account of the past. It proclaims to tell us what really happened, but in most cases it fails to do that. Instead it is set to conceal our shame, to hide those various elements, events, incidents and occurrences in our past which we cannot cope with. History, therefore, can be regarded as a system of concealment. Accordingly, the role of the true historian is similar to that of the psychoanalyst: both aim to unveil the repressed. For the psychoanalyst, it is the unconscious mind. For the historian, it is our collective shame.
Yet, one may wonder, how many historians really engage in such a task? How many historians are courageous enough to open the Pandora Box? How many historians are brave enough to challenge Jewish History for real?
While Stallone and Chan starred in only one relatively soft-core film each, The Party at Kitty and Stud’s and All in the Family, respectively, Grey (real name: Marina Ann Hantzis) rose to become an enigmatic porn icon thanks to her complete and utter disregard for sexual boundaries.
Named after Sascha Konietzko of the German industrial band KMFDM and Oscar Wilde’s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray, Grey made her porn debut a few weeks after her 18th birthday, starring in an orgy with the infamously well-endowed Rocco Siffredi, and has since made close to 300 adult films, and won a slew of AVN Awards in the process.
A peaceful Southern town. An epic love story. Danger, suspense, and intrigue? Safe Haven, the movie adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ latest novel, is a new twist on the author’s classic love stories. But not to worry — there’s still plenty of canoeing, lighthouses, and romance in the rain.
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Hollywood.com sat down with Duhamel to discuss his transformation into a Nicholas Sparks leading man (would you believe him if he told you that Ryan Gosling, Channing Tatum and Richard Gere hazed him?), building his on-screen relationship with Hough, and portraying a parent on screen.