Not to be outdone by the 80s, the 90s had some car chases that were in a league of their own. From James Bond to Nic Cage, these ten car chases could hold their own against anything from the hallowed 80s.
Eminem has made a career of epic takedowns. This time, his ire on one man: Donald Trump. The rapper has some scathing remarks for Trump and his conduct since taking the Oval Office earlier this year.
It's no secret that coral reefs are declining. But thanks to the Coral Restoration Foundation, there is hope that these underwater ecosystems can make a comeback. Inspired by divers who are making this restoration a reality comes the Staghorn Restoration Watch. Part of the Oris Aquis collection, the Staghorn features automatic movement and a uni-directional rotating diver's bezel with a ceramic insert for timing dives. It also features a 43.5mm stainless steel case, is water-resistant to 300 meters, and has a dark blue dial and bright orange minute scale for visibility and to reflect the color of Staghorn coral.
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Mental training — keeping your mind calm and relaxed in high-pressure situations — can be as important to your performance and well-being as physical exercise. Smith Lowdown Focus Sunglasses helps you train your mind, using an app as your guide and technology to check your progress. Integrated into the otherwise unassuming black frames are specialized EEG sensors that measure brain activity and translate it back into visual form on your phone's screen, leading you through exercises that help your ability to concentrate, stay in the moment, and, as the name suggests, focus.
From reading quotes by studio execs, you'd think Rotten Tomatoes was solely responsible for the film industries struggles — unless the film earns a "fresh" rating. For a simple review aggregate site, Rotten Tomatoes takes a lot of flack. But what seems like just adding averaging positive and negative reviews isn't quite so simple. Vox looks at how the websites rankings are actually calculated.
Before Jeffrey Dahmer was one of America's most notorious serial killers, he was just an awkward teen. He collected road kill, had an obsession with the neighborhood jogger, made scenes at school, and his family life was a mess. But sometime in 1978, his behavior went from awkward to stone-cold killer. Based on the graphic novel by Derf Backderf, the film is slated for release November 2017.