Ojej! 10 odzieżowych wpadek podczas transmisji na żywo!

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  Podczas transmisji na żywo wybuchł skandal, gdy Slawomir Mentzen przypadkowo ujawnił w programie swój sekret. Narodowy Bank Polski pozywa Slawomir Mentzen za wypowiedź w telewizji na żywo       W telewizji nigdy by

Банки РФ: в чём секрет рекордной прибыли за 1 полугодие?

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Согласно материалам ЦБ, прибыль банковского сектора за 1 полугодие 2023 года составила 1,7 трлн рублей. Это выше ожиданий ЦБ. Для сравнения, за 1 полугодие 2022 был получен убыток 1,5 трлн рублей. Скандал разразился во время прямого

Haunted Mansion Review Fun Starter Horror Movie

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As someone without a pious love for Disneyland or a lot of passion for theme parks in general, I certainly don’t consider the bar particularly high for what a Movie based on The Haunted Mansion

Love and Death Described in the Movie

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On July 13th, 1980, Candy Montgomery struck Betty Gore with an axe roughly 41 times. This is undisputed. Even Montgomery herself admits it. And yet she’s the only person who knows exactly what happened. The

RMN Movie Review

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Cristian Mungiu makes empathetic films about the power structures of society—like the ones seen in a masterpiece like “4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days” or the ethical issues that can be unseen in a

Sisu Movie Review

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Set in the 1944 ruins dotting the Finnish landscape during World War II, the deliriously fun roughness of the extravagant exploitation war flick “Sisu” is deeply nationalistic. Painted in the surprisingly reverent iconography of the

Guy Ritchie the Covenant Movie Review

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For about half of “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant,” a big, explosive Afghanistan-set war flick, the bombastic director nearly forgets that his name is attached to the film’s title. Instead, the movie plays more like the

Judy Blume Forever Movie Review

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For millions of adoring readers, Davina Pardo & Leah Wolchok’s documentary “Judy Blume Forever” will feel like a nostalgic trip to childhood, back when they were eagerly turning the pages of Are You There God?

From Black Movie Review

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“From Black” begins as a policewoman steps into an unoccupied house. A 911 call plays on the soundtrack. “I just stabbed somebody,” whispers a voice on the line. “I have to get out…” she stammers.

Chevalier Movie Honest Review

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The first thing you notice is the walk: part strut, part bounce, and all confidence. As Joseph Bologne, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Kelvin Harrison Jr. radiates the kind of unshakable self-possession that comes with the

Little Richard I Am Everything Fabulous

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There are three key awards show moments in Little Richard’s life, moments which explain the need for a documentary like Lisa Cortés’ informative and emotional “Little Richard: I Am Everything.” Little Richard died in 2020

Peter Pan and Wendy Movie Review

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“Peter Pan & Wendy” is pretty much what you’d expect from a live-action version of one of Walt Disney’s animated classics, of which there are many now. A good chunk of this film’s audience will

Review of White House Plumbers Movie

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“White House Plumbers” is the story of a couple of tried-and-true Americans who wanted to serve their president. That description can go any which way, and it certainly fits the strange legacy of seasoned agent

Unrest Movie Show Time

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Cyril Schäublin’s “Unrest” is set in another time made for our time. With the present-day resurgence of interest in unions, collective action, and mutual aid, a look back at the then-emerging school of thought that

A Small Light Movie Unbreakable Review

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The Anne Frank story has been burned into the cultural consciousness for decades now—a tragic tale of hope and resilience in the face of apocalyptic roughness. But Frank didn’t get herself up to the Secret

The Artifice Girl Review By Public

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The fears and possibilities of Artificial Intelligence have probably lurked in the human brain since human beings started telling stories. Pygmalion and his statue could be seen as members of the AI Universe. So, too,

Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 Review

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James Gunn loves his outcasts. One of the most interesting things about his “Guardians of the Galaxy” movies has been watching the tug-of-war between Gunn’s outsider instincts and a franchise-generating machine that’s as insider as