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Denis Villeneuve’s Top 10 Highest-Rated Movies, According to Critics (Including ‘Dune: Part Two’) | Denis Villeneuve, EG, evergreen, Extended, Movies, Slideshow | Just Jared: Celebrity News and Gossip

Denis Villeneuve is finally back with the release of Dune: Part Two! The Oscar-nominated director’s sequel to 2021′s Dune currently ranks among his highest-rated films by critics. We compiled the Canadian filmmaker’s top 10 movies, according to their Rotten Tomatoes critic scores! Amazingly, none of Denis projects have earned a “rotten” score on the site! Continue through the slideshow to …

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EU member gets more frozen funds released — RT World News

Brussels unblocked €2 billion after Budapest approved Sweden’s NATO membership The European Union has unlocked another batch of previously blocked funding for Hungary, citing Budapest’s alleged progress on gender equality. The decision came just days after Hungary voted to ratify Sweden’s application to NATO.  The Hungarian business news outlet Portfolio was the first to report about the release of €2 …

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Creating Chakobsa, the Fremen Langauge

Dune 2: Creating Chakobsa, the Fremen Langauge You will be redirected back to your article in seconds Linguists David and Jessie Peterson discuss the joys of building out the lexicon of the Fremen language in “Dune: Part 2.” ad Source link

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How to Watch Adam Sandler’s Intergalactic Drama ‘Spaceman’

The Johan Renck-directed space drama “Spaceman” has officially touched down. Sandler’s latest project with the streaming giant Netflix comes in the form of an intergalactic tale about an astronaut who leaves his estranged wife behind on Earth and embarks on a months-long mission into space where he befriends a spider-like alien in the midst of his loneliness. Through their conversations, …

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If You Liked ‘The Zone of Interest,’ Watch the Gripping Biographical Drama

The Big Picture The Zone of Interest offers a different, terrifying view of the Holocaust by focusing on the mundane lives of Nazis next to Auschwitz. Hannah Arendt’s theory on the banality of evil helps us understand how ordinary people can commit horrendous acts. The Zone of Interest uses sound to convey the chilling normalization of evil in everyday life …

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Lindsay Hubbard Reacts to Backlash of Questioning Carl Radke’s Sobriety 

Lindsay Hubbard and Carl Radke Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images Lindsay Hubbard regrets how she questioned then-fiancé Carl Radke’s sobriety during the latest episode of Summer House. “After watching back this week’s episode, I wish I had used better wording,” Lindsay, 37, wrote via Instagram Story on Friday, March 1. “I was emotional and hurt by what had transpired earlier in the …

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The Latest On Their Love

Reba McEntire and her boyfriend have known each other for half of their lives. Between performing at the Super Bowl and her coaching gig on The Voice, Reba back and bigger than ever. Which got folks thinking: what is her love life like these days? Reba has had a number of long-lasting relationships and lengthy marriages. Her current romance is …

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Victoria Beckham Closes Her Paris Fashion Week Show on Crutches With a Kiss for David Beckham

The show must go on, broken foot or not! Despite a recent injury that forced her to move with crutches, Victoria Beckham showcased her latest collection on Friday at this year’s Paris Fashion Week.  The 49-year-old introduced her Autumn/Winter 2024 show while dressed in an all-black ensemble to match her crutches. The fashion designer’s family showed up to lend her their support, including her …

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International Women’s Day, 2024; Support the Women and Girls Fighting for Rights — Global Issues

Opinion by Winnie Byanyima (geneva, switzerland) Friday, March 01, 2024 Inter Press Service The writer is UNAIDS Executive Director and United Nations Under-Secretary-General. The following opinion piece is part of series to mark International Women’s Day, March 8. GENEVA, Switzerland, Mar 01 (IPS) – This International Women’s Day (March 8) comes at a fiercely challenging moment. We can find inspiration, and …

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