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10 Coolest Links of the Week
This week’s roundup of fascinating articles features a healthy dose of highbrow, informative links and fun irreverent content to help you while away the working day.
13 Most Shameless Pepsi Product Placements In Movies
Sometimes product placements are so subtle that you don’t even notice them – until you’re standing in line at Burger King. But other times, they’re painfully obvious, like these 13 Pepsi cameos.
15 Psychotic Movie Chicks (We Wouldn’t Say No To)
Things always start off well in relationships. Then before you know it, she’s leaving threatening messages, hallucinating, screaming bloody murder, and worse. Just ask the guys in these movies.
15 Sassy Bags That Look Like Something Else
Bored of expensive “it” bags? Feel like standing out in the crowd? These unusual purses will provoke both compliments and a heap of double-takes.
Julian Assange Absolutely Hates the WikiLeaks Biopic The Fifth Estate
WikiLeaks has gone on record as calling new biopic The Fifth Estate “irresponsible, counterproductive and harmful.” But why does Julian Assange hate the film that charts his rise to worldwide infamy?
China’s New Spaceship-Like Futuristic Airport
When people head off on a trip, the airport itself tends not to be at the forefront of travelers’ minds. However, you can’t help but take notice of China’s awesome new manta ray-inspired terminal.
10 Least Comprehensible Movies Not Directed by David Lynch
David Lynch may be the king of cinematic confusion, but he’s not the only one who can do weird. Here are ten movies by other directors that flirt openly with the boundaries of comprehensibility.
10 Movies in Which the Statue of Liberty Gets Owned
Be it in family comedies or disaster blockbusters, Lady Liberty is a veteran of the silver screen. Her symbolic status has done little to keep her out of harm’s way, though, as we’re about to see.
Inferno Ahead: Disquieting Scenes from the Blue Mountains Bushfires
In October 2013, Australia’s Blue Mountains region experienced its worst bushfires since the 1960s, with blazes covering thousands of acres and blanketing nearby areas in thick smoke.