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1. Your best friend is always there to support you.
2. They smile…
3. …and laugh.
4. Dogs don’t follow the crowd…
5. …but they can get lost in it, if necessary.
6. Some pups pretend to be human.
7. They can even convince the cat that it’s a dog.
8. They know what to choose.
9. Doggies are the best selfie takers…
10. …and the best listeners.
11. They know their duties even when they’re just puppies…
12. …and responsibly perform them.
13. Their eyes can beg for anything from you.
14. They have everything under control.
15. Pups are the perfect babysitters…
16. …and are friends with everybody.
17. Good girls like the driver’s seat.
18. Dogs have big hearts.
19. They’ll guard your cart…
20. …and keep you in shape.
21. Pups are such cuties while sleeping.
22. Dogs care about safety…
23. …and don’t care about your social status.
24. They will easily change up your routine.
25. There can never be too many best friends.
26. Dogs are superheroes.
Do you know any other reasons why dogs are the best? Do you have a pawfect friend? Tell us in the comments.
10 Best Brendan Gleeson Movies You Need To See
10 Best Brendan Gleeson Movies
An Irish actor with three Golden Globe nominations, Brendan Gleeson has an instantly recognizable face and a familiar voice — perhaps most-known for his role as Mad-Eye Moody in the Harry Potter series, Gleeson has managed to establish quite the filmography over the years. Father of up-and-comer Domhnall Gleeson, it’s clear that Brendan’s talent is more than an acquired thing: it’s in the family’s blood. Often seen playing tough or charismatic leaders across film and television, the actor didn’t even start acting on-screen until he was in his mid-30s. Since then, he has racked up over 100 credits and built himself up to be one of the best Irishmen in the game. Still, despite being generally great in almost everything he does, some roles remain far greater than others.
Edge of Tomorrow
One of the earlier collaborations between Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise, Edge of Tomorrow was easily 2014’s greatest science fiction movie. Costarring Emily Blunt and Brendan Gleeson, the movie plays out like a mashup between Groundhog Day and a futuristic war movie: a soldier tasked with fighting aliens on the front lines must repeat the same day over and over, stuck in a time loop that restarts every time he dies.
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
The first Netflix Original from the Coen Brothers, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs was initially advertised as an anthology series but eventually came out as an anthology film. The final segment of six, titled “The Mortal Remains,” sees Gleeson playing a disarmingly comedic and menacing character simply named Irishman. His role in the segment is unclear for a moment, but once his part becomes clear it’s obvious how genius his part of the film is. It’s one of the best parts of the movie, and one of the best roles of his career.
Costarring alongside the other greatest Irish actor, Colin Farrell, In Bruges features Gleeson starring in Oscar-winner Martin McDonagh’s first feature film. Tracking two hitmen as they await their next orders, the movie is another dark comedy for Gleeson. Farrell and Gleeson’s characters find themselves stuck in Belgium, the last place that Farrell wants to be. It’s one of Gleeson’s funniest performances so far.
Speaking of funny performances, Gleeson in Paddington 2 is not to be missed. Playing a grisly and intimidating prison cook that everyone in the jail fears, Gleeson goes head-to-head with Paddington (only to be won over, like the rest of us, by Paddington’s ineffable charm). Despite being robbed at the Academy Awards, the film deserves praise for its ability to draw in big A-listers like Gleeson and get them to deliver truly delightful performances.
28 Days Later
A British post-apocalyptic thriller written by a young Alex Garland, 28 Days Later may or may not be partially to blame for the 21st century’s sudden massive interest in zombie movies. Starring Cillian Murphy and Naomie Harris, the film also features Gleeson as a survivor of the zombie apocalypse. He’s in a smaller role than usual, but he was still just getting started as an actor.
Gangs of New York
Martin Scorsese’s analysis of old New York and one of the filmmaker’s many long-gestating passion projects, Gangs of New York is a showcase for the genius of Daniel Day-Lewis and Leonardo DiCaprio (as well as a vehicle for a surprisingly great Cameron Diaz performance). Gleeson joins the ranks as Monk, one of DiCaprio’s character’s allies in the fight against notorious gang leader Bill the Butcher. He gets plenty to do here whenever he’s on-screen, making for one memorable performance.
Mission: Impossible II
Before he was sharing the screen with Cruise in Edge of Tomorrow, Gleeson was co-starring in John Woo’s Mission: Impossible II. Probably the weakest of the franchise so far, the movie had no idea where to take the series and remains the strangest exception to the otherwise impeccable track record of the series. Don’t be fooled, though: just because the movie’s a bit of a mess doesn’t mean the performances are. Gleeson plays antagonist McCloy, a CEO of an evil pharmaceutical firm.
One of M. Night Shyamalan’s earlier (and more underrated) films, The Village reunites the filmmaker with Joaquin Phoenix to tell a story about a remote community in the woods that lives in fear of the creatures that reside just outside the tree line. Gleeson makes for a great villager here, perfectly encapsulating the right amount of seriousness sand campiness necessary for a good Shyamalan film.
Written by David Benioff and based off of Homer’s The Illiad, Troy is the movie that allowed Brad Pitt to show off his chops as iconic literary character Achilles. Gleeson plays Menelaus, the king of Sparta and the husband of Helena, often proving to be a real problem for plenty of characters in the film. Pitt might be the star, but this movie no doubt provided plenty of opportunities for Gleeson in the years that followed.
A movie about a well-meaning priest who must battle the dark forces around him, Calvary is a complete and total showcase for Gleeson’s greatness. Any scene that he’s not taking charge of is lost time, and the actor was undoubtedly robbed of an Oscar for his performance here. Chris O’Dowd and Kelly Reilly are strong in supporting roles, but Calvary is Gleeson’s movie through and through. (Be on the lookout for Gleeson’s son in a supporting role, as well.)
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Dr. Dre Celebrates Daughter’s Legit Acceptance Into USC: “No Jail Time”
While some of Hollywood’s stars are facing controversy for their part in bribing admissions officers and top college officials in order to gain their children entry to the United States’s top schools , Dr. Dre is making it clear that his daughter has just been accepted into the prestigious institution of the University of Southern California, no bribery necessary.
In a new post, the proud father, uploaded a shot of him and his daughter, Truly Young, with her certificate of admissions from the school, adding the caption, “My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!!!”
Naturally, a host of users under the photo were quick to point out the fact that Dre and Jimmy Iovine donated $70 million to the university in 2013 for the creation of the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation.
But, it’s important to note the difference between a scholarly donation and plain old bribery that the likes of Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have allegedly committed, leading to the removal of their children from USC’s campus and leaving them to deal with criminal charges over fraudulent activities. At least 50 people have been charged for their involvement with the parents of each student implicated in court documents being charged with at least one felony count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and one count of honest services mail fraud.