If you could go back in time, what would you tell your college-age self? I would tell myself that it’s okay to dream big. Last week, I was a special guest correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight" covering The Expendables 3.
The Giver is on my 13-year old’s must-see movie list because she loved the book her class read in 7th grade. My thought? It looks like required reading: the cover is so blah – just an old man, hunched over.
The Expendables movies are rewarding for grown-ups: all our childhood heroes come out to play on one stage, while poking a little fun at their real lives and images. For boys, though, it’s not the actors who hold value – it’s the appeal of real life
“Everybody try’na be a billionaire, but every time I look at you I just don’t care”. Up-and-comers, The Vamps new single, Somebody To You forever binds them with a fan base of millions – by voicing a simple, yet by all accounts evasive sentiment that’s soooo lacking in pop music today.
“Sometimes you make choices in life, and sometimes, choices make you.” In If I Stay, Mia (Chloe G. Moretz) repeats these words of wisdom from her dad, and I imagine every adult in the room is silently nodding.
Since it’s now a quantifiable fact American youth love to watch a "Sharknado," the next logical move is to take one step back toward (but not fully in) reality to view the dazzling Supernado, Firenado and Polycyclones.