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Source: Fox News

Tim Tebow remembers final moments of ‘hero’ Chelsie Watts’ life: "God's got this"

Sunday 10:48 GMT

Tim Tebow had a special bond with Chelsie Watts, and although she died almost four years ago, her legacy continues to impact others.

TIM TEBOW'S 'NIGHT TO SHINE' CELEBRATES 90,000 PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS WORLDWIDE. “It meant the world to Chelsie,” Jana Watts said of the meeting in her home state of Texas for the weekend of the Texas A&M vs. Missouri game in November 2014. The number of people she impacted…in the midst of facing death but knowing that there’s light at the end of it, she was able to see past her temporary pain into eternal significance and because of that more lives will possibly change than we could ever imagine.

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Source: Fox News

'A Moment I Will Never Forget': Perino on 10 Years Since Iraqi's Shoe-Throw Left Her With Black Eye

Saturday 15:25 GMT

Dana Perino marked ten years since the infamous Iraqi shoe-throwing incident that saw President George W. Bush ducking a journalist's flying shoe and the "Daily Briefing" host receiving a black eye.

Perino, who was White House press secretary at the time, joined Bush and then-Iraqi President Nouri al-Maliki at a Dec. 14, 2008 press conference where the two leaders opened the floor to the Baghdad press corps.

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'Flip or Flop' director recalls moment Tarek & Christina El Moussa 'crossed the line' during on-set fight

Saturday 22:44 GMT

And their "Flip or Flop" director, Michael Pando, revealed how a "personal" fight became one of their worst days on set.

Christina and Tarek El Moussa Reveal They've Started Filming 'Flip or Flop' Season 8. "Yeah, of course [there are days I want to kill him]," she joked, while Tarek confessed that finding a day where he and Christina don't want to go after each other might be harder to find.

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Source: The Week

Give Barry Jenkins another Oscar

Saturday 13:35 GMT

That being said, I propose an exception to this rule: Director Barry Jenkins, who memorably won Best Picture in 2016 for Moonlight, should win again in 2018 for his follow-up, If Beale Street Could Talk.

Based on the novel of the same name, Jenkins' Beale Street relies, at times almost verbatim, on author James Baldwin's prose, but it's in the moments between the dialogue and voice-overs that Jenkins comes away with one of the most intimate, tender, and powerful films of the year.

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Source: The Guradian

Mutant bears, flying heads and chainsaw duels: the best movie moments of 2018

Saturday 08:04 GMT

AN. I’m sceptical as to whether Spike Lee’s broad, rather baggy race-relations satire was quite the return to form that its proponents have claimed, but it was unquestionably responsible for one of the year’s most indelible movie moments: the point when the film’s risible 70s Klansmen were replaced by the very real and deeply chilling footage of the white supremacist march at Charlottesville and, finally, the act of terrorism that led to the death of Heather Heyer.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte