Ending up in a hostage situation usually isn't anyone's fault — even if you're the hostage taker. A series of unfortunate events lands a young man in a convenience store with the cops outside, without ever intending for it to happen. Starring Luke Grimes, Tim Allen, and Jessica Alba, this dark comedy comes to Netflix December 8, 2017.
When you visit The Museum of Modern Art, you take time to appreciate the work that went into the art, but there's also an enormous amount of work that goes into displaying it. This is why MoMA is taking you behind-the-scenes for an inside look at what it takes to run the place in their new documentary series — At The Museum. For the first episode, the staff meticulously prepares to ship 200 pieces from artists like Picasso and de Kooning to Pairs. At the same time, the rest of the crew get a new set of exhibits ready for installation.
With the ability to identify, chill, pour, and preserve, the Plum wine preserver combines all wine gadgets into one sleek package. Select your bottle and insert it into the appliance. Inside, a camera scans the label to identify the wine and automatically begin cooling to the ideal temperature. Whether it's a cork or metal screw cap, a double-cored needle punctures the top. As wine is released, argon gas fills the bottle to help prevent oxidation. A single canister can preserve up to 150 bottles, keeping each one fresh for up to 90 days so when you're ready, a perfect glass of wine is always waiting to be poured — a valuable feature during the holidays.
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The right everyday carry knife is both compact and useful at a moment's notice. Designed to be small enough for a keyring but strong enough to use everyday, the minimal Elko from James Brand fits that description. It packs plenty into its small aluminum frame — which weighs only 1.3 ounces and is just 2.6-inches closed — including a Sandvik 12C27 black stainless steel blade and a stainless steel pry tool that also acts as a bottle opener and flathead screwdriver. The Elko has a serviceable assembly for DIY maintenance. Available completely blacked out or with titanium scales, and arrives in a waterproof pouch that just so happens to be the right size for a smartphone.
Native to Japan, Wagyu beef is typically served in thinly sliced ribbons. Now that it's made its way to The States, Old Homestead in Manhattan's Meatpacking district has put a steakhouse twist on it and is serving it in thick-cut slabs. The steak comes with a $350 price tag, but according to The Meat Shows' Nick Solares, it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience every carnivore should try.
Trying to make a version of Rachel's infamous trifle from Friends is no small feat, but Babish is up to the challenge — as soon as he spits it out in the trashcan. Amazingly, Babish finds a way, and comes through with something you can not only eat, but enjoy.