Sébastien Marnier’s outstanding feature “The Origin of Evil,” co-written with Fanny Burdino, will keep you guessing and riveted to the screen as its slow-motioned lava flow mesmerizes you, drawing you closer and closer to the magma of its inner core.
I get more questions about bonds than I do about stocks. That’s because many people are initially surprised to find out that bonds move up and down in value until they mature. Why is that? Well, let’s get into it.
There’s a reason why 200+ legal Nevada sports books have never had a losing season booking football and winning between $75 million-$125 million annually on football wagers alone. The same winning pattern exists for the legal sports books now in 35 U.S. states.
Choices are proliferating when it comes to television viewing this time of year. Here is an overview of some familiar series that might be of interest, as well as some exciting domestic and international newcomers.
Israel’s stunning David versus Goliath victory was credited to legendary military leader Moshe Dayan. But there was to be another war, sooner than Israeli leadership anticipated, and it is that war and Golda Meir’s role as Prime Minister that is the subject of the biopic
From Martha Stewart gracing the covers of Sports Illustrated to the runaway success of the “Barbie” movie and now to Taylor Swift, it seems the blondes do have it. We have discussed the power of triggering our innate beauty receptors and the latest example is
Sometimes the desire to do good is harmful; sometimes it is helpful. In the case of Emmanuel Carrère’s excellent film “Between Two Worlds,” it can be both. The screenplay, by Carrère and Hélène Devynck, adapted from “Le Quai de Ouistreham” (“The Night Cleaner”) by Florence