Some see the Academy Awards as a way to gauge whether a film is good or not. This is a foolish move and here are the top ten reasons why. Yes, ladies and gentlemen of the TBR jury, here are the top ten Oscar Snubs of all time:
Did you know that 85% of Americans suffer from acne at some point in their life? Frankly, I’m surprised that number isn’t higher. It’s hard to believe that some teenagers are able to avoid having any acne breakouts. Lucky them. Popping zits isn’t exactly the most fun way to spend your time as a teen. The infographic below discusses the ins an outs of how to treat acne:
Via: Acne Treatment.net
One disturbing stat from the graphic. 1/3 of the people who elect (for whatever reason) to leave their acne untreated end up developing scars. We here at TBR advise against skipping a trip to the dermatologist’s office.
Let’s face it: some movies are bad. Not just bad from one person’s perspective, but bad from everyone’s perspective. But sometimes there’s one redeeming quality in a bad movie, a particular piece that makes you say “Hey, that part was a shiny golden nugget in a steaming pile of horse manure.” Sometimes it’s a cameo performance, or a particular scene, and sometimes, it’s the score. Here are 5 movies that fall under that category.
John Cusack. He’s a funny creature isn’t he? He began his trade as a quirky guy with a pretty, almost feminine face and an uncanny way of speaking, shared with his sister Joan. (I love when they team up.)
He’s dropped the speech variables for the most part and been content with his likeability as an everyman. And it works for me.
It has been nearly a year since the monster earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, causing the worst nuclear disaster on the planet since Chernobyl. The death toll currently stands at 22,900. Don’t get me wrong. I like nuclear power as much as the next person, but when I hear that radioactive iodine from the explosion of the plant has crept into the world’s food supply (as the infographic video above demonstrates), I stop and think, “Why do nuclear power plants still exist in 2012 when alternate, cleaner energy sources are available?” You tell me.