Erin Bell emerges from a long undercover sting mentally damaged almost beyond repair. Erin and her undercover partner Chris infiltrate a gang as a couple, only to become romantically entangled and actual members themselves. Chris dies in a gang heist, and the next seventeen years and a nervous breakdown haven't been kind to Erin, nor blunted her desire for revenge. From director Karyn Kusama, Destroyer stars Nicole Kidman, Toby Kebbell, Tatiana Maslany, and comes to theaters December 2018.
Paris has been one of the world centers of education and culture since the 17th century. The City of Lights is home to some of the best of Medieval and modern architecture and the city's reputation as the center of art and fashion is second to none. This footage from the late 1800s and early 1900s shows Paris as it was, and creator Guy Jones has done some excellent work dubbing in sound to bring this black and white film to life.
After 213 different tests, Everland has crafted the ultimate collection of everyday essentials. Uniform offers 12 basic pieces that look great and will keep looking great for a whole year. From their t-shirts to their denim, each item has been put through its paces, ensuring they won't fade, stretch, shrink, or fall apart. To erase any doubt, they've backed the entire collection with a 365-day guarantee.
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Presented by Everlane.
Secrid rose to prominence with their Cardprotector, a design award winner that kept cards from breaking and preventing unauthorized RFID/NFC scanning. Those same features are at the core of the Cardslide, but with some big upgrades. Not only does the high-quality aluminum casing keep your cards protected, but with one movement they slide out in overlapping sequence for easy retrieval. It can hold up to six cards, or use the space for notes, coins, and keys instead. Either way, the Cardslide is tough and durable yet lightweight.
Kanye West has been a pop icon, as much for his outspoken views on culture and politics as his music. The BBC's Ben Zand is an unabashed fan of Ye, both for his musical prowess and his larger-than-life personality. Zand crossed the Atlantic in search of Ye, talking to friends, family, and business partners to find out what made Ye the person he is today.
Known for giving viewers all the feels, Pixar makes you shed a tear in record time with their latest short. In the film, Director Domee Shi explores the rollercoaster ride that is parenting through a Chinese mother and her little dumpling living in a Canadian immigrant community.
Most portable chargers are only wireless until it's time to charge their own batteries. Courant's Carry does away with them altogether by supporting wire-free charging for both your devices and its own battery. Qi-compatible, it's good for up to two full charges and supports fast wireless charging as well as stacked charging, so you can charge it and your phone simultaneously while on top of one wired charger. It also has a USB-C port for even faster charging of compatible devices, and is wrapped in pebble-grain Italian leather so it won't distract from the rest of your ensemble.
Length: 5.5" / Width: 2.9" / Depth: 0.7"
Input: 18W USB-C, 5W Wireless / Output: 18W USB-C, 10W Wireless / Capacity: 8,000 mAh / Included: Carry, USB-C Charging Cable, Dust Bag
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Ken Block loves to drive. Ken Block loves cars. Ken Block absolutely hates tires. Really, really hates tires. Ken Block hates tires so much that he does everything in his power to destroy them. Burnouts, power slides, stunts, and hooning around in general — there isn't anything Ken Block won't do to destroy a set of fresh, sticky rubber. In the 10th installment of his Gymkhana series, Block rips apart at least 20 sets of tires driving five different cars to their absolute limit.
Based on Maria Semple's novel, Cate Blanchett has gone missing. The agoraphobic stay-at-home mom suddenly disappears right before the family is set to go on a trip to Antarctica, leaving her 15-year-old daughter to find her. Directed by Richard Linklater, Where'd You Go, Bernadette will be released in theaters on March 22, 2019.