The Oscars are nearly here and the biggest prize of them all is Best Picture. While arguing over whether each year's Best Picture is really the best is as much a part of the award as the award itself, there has been a winner every year since 1927. Burger Fiction has all 90 years worth of winners in one supercut.
Set in a border crossing station in the fictional, Eastern Bloc-like Arstotzka, a border agent is the only thing standing between broken families, desperate workers, and political insurgents. Based on the game Papers, Please by Lucas Pope, this short film tells a story much like its source material — and the limits and limitations of empathy.
Timeless automotive design. Rolex wristwatches. The artworks of Andy Warhol. Three subjects that vary wildly, yet elicit similarly passionate responses from those who care about them. Assouline's Impossible Collection series recognizes this, providing a thorough, in-depth look at each topic through insightful interviews, powerful prose, and gorgeous imagery. Each hand-bound tome tips the scales at nearly 20 pounds, arrives in a bespoke presentation case, and measures well over two feet wide when opened — demanding a central spot on your coffee table, if not its own dedicated stand.
If you can't decide between a straight fit or a slim, Ralph Lauren's Varick jeans are a perfect choice. They land right in-between the two fits, with a regular rise, trim leg, and a slight taper from the knee down. They sit below the waist and are trim through the seat and the thigh with a straight leg from the knee down. The Varick arrives faded and is finished with signature graphics like the "Polo Hi-Tech" patch from Ralph Lauren's iconic '90s collection.
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After 60 years at Penn State, Joe Paterno was one of the most beloved coaches in college football history with the most NCAA wins. He was set to be a legend until the Jerry Sandusky child abuse scandal broke. His knowledge of the events overshadowed his legacy and lead to his firing in 2011. In this HBO biopic, Al Pacino portrays the disgraced Paterno during the height of the scandal and the backlash that followed. The film is set to premiere April 7, 2018.