Check this: a love story for the tech age! Winner of the Nokia Shorts Competition 2011, director JW Griffiths takes us on a split-screened love story from one end of the globe to the other in this short video—all in search of that special someone. Shot entirely on the Nokia N8 mobile phone, the two-sided tale (literally) follows a boy and a girl on their parallel journeys in Paris and New York, hoping for some geometric magic to occur in London. The beautifully symmetrical aesthetic and happy, oh-so-worth-it ending of this short are sure to tug on those weary, Hump-Day heart strings of yours.
Just before Sharknado premiered in 2013, screenwriter Thunder Levin said it would be the end of our shark fascination. "I think the shark genre has reached its natural and logical conclusion," he told i09.
He couldn't have been more wrong, because it's happening — again.
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Channing Tatum is attractive. We can make more ridiculously obvious statements, but we'd rather get to the point. Yes, Chan (as his friends call him) is objectively handsome, but he's proven time and time again that he's not content to skate by on his Nicholas-Sparks-leading-man good looks. He did it in Magic Mike (and read