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Daily Archives: February 8, 2014
As a fascinating mix of compelling science fiction and heartfelt love story, Spike Jonze’s “Her” fascinates and tantalizes us through its smart, thought-provoking tale to muse on. The romantic relationship at the center of its story is quite odd and … Continue reading
While he was lucky enough to enjoy artistic success when he was alive, Pierre-Auguste Renoir(1841-1919), a French painter who was one of the prominent impressionists during the late 19th century, unfortunately got a serious health problem during his later … Continue reading