Sarah Taryam, Arts EditorNot every great television show or movie plot has the best choices when it comes to matching up onscreen couples. This week we are taking a look at some of those irresistible-to-watch but oh-what-were-they-thinking shows and films that we believe made slight mistakes in pairing up fictional couples onscreen.
The scene in question shows Bella holding a rainstick and explaining to Edward how she used to make her own version of the musical instrument with her mother.
Right off the bat, let me just say, I have never ever liked any of Kristen Stewart’s movies. I have always found her acting mediocre and of course, the “Twilight” movies are largely to be blamed for that.
Have you ever been watching a movie and suddenly spotted something that you know should not have been there? And then you think surely the director wouldn’t have let such a mistake happen.
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When Britain left the European Union on Jan. 31 last year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his top ministers travelled to Sunderland for a special cabinet meeting and hailed “a new chapter in the United Kingdom’s story.” The post-industrial city,
President Joe Biden arrived in the White House 10 months ago with two top foreign policy priorities: He wanted to rebuild the alliances his predecessor had trashed, and he wanted to focus on the US competition with China. History, and other great
As scientists race to understand the consequences of the Omicron COVID-19 variant, one of the most important questions is whether this new version of the coronavirus can outrun the globally dominant Delta variant. The World Health Organization