'Pumping Iron' Giveaway


PartnersHub is looking to giveaway a copy of the classic documentary tracing the Mr. Olympia competition between five-time champion Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno. To win, tweet using the hashtag #PumpingIron and mention @nevermindpop on twitter. Winners addresses must be submitted by December 28th, 2014.

Each household is only eligible to win One (1) Pumping Iron Digital Download via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

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Movli


The web is never short on social media upstarts, but occasionally one comes through that proves a good use of time. Movli.com is a movie recommendation engine, social network and movie database, all wrapped in one site. Movli is able to give accurate movie recommendations based on the ratings of users. These ratings allow for cinephiles with unique movie tastes to find movies they’ll love. Even better, Movli has free movies for legal viewing online!

Give Movli a try today.

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Review: White Bird in a Blizzard


Seventeen is a sentence that most prisons couldn't beat in a Pepsi challenge. Hostility bubbles just under the surface with every interaction with parents. Relationships are developed on the fly with an acute awareness of the limited shelf-life. Kat Connors (Shailene Woodley) is similarly killing time until she graduates and can leave her home life behind.
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Review: Birdman


Riggan Thompson (Michael Keaton) is in need of a hit. He turned down Birdman 4 years ago and now he is largely considered washed-up. Desperate for some sense of relevance in the decades since Birdman, and against the better judgment of his agent, Riggan mounts an adaptation of Raymond Carver's What We Talk About When We Talk About Love. There is no sooner way back to prestige than by adapting, directing and starring in an acclaimed play.
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'Interstellar' And The Ever-Evolving Mind Of Christopher Nolan


Interstellar opens today, and already moviegoers are noticing a shift from the acclaimed auteur that brought a gritty Batman back to the screen. Trailers for the upcoming film starring Matthew McConaughey have been less brooding, and more inspiring. Akin to something Steven Spielberg might have made in the '80s. A marked change from the films that Nolan started out making.

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Review: Interstellar



The McConaissance is over. I am of course referring to the career redemption that started with The Lincoln Lawyer and hit a fever pitch in 2013 with True Detective/Wolf of Wall Street and his Best Actor win for Dallas Buyers Club. Now we just live in a previously unfamiliar era, one where McConaughey reigns the silver screen. It only makes sense that for his next trick McConaughey would tackle a sci-fi epic for the current master of blockbusters, Christopher Nolan.
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