You know the drill. First comes the daytime activity. Maybe it’s going for a walk. Maybe visiting that museum you’ve both been curious about for far too long.
Then comes the chocolates. Finally, it’s time for … [FULL STOP]. No! You can’t just get right into it! This is Valentine’s Day for cryin’ out loud—you need to romance! What time is it?
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February 25, 2016
You may have seen the Nostalgia Critic of ChannelAwesome.com recently go to town on some of the 90s films in Tubi TV’s massive library of free movies and TV. We’ve got good news: He’s back. In his latest edition of “You GOTTA See This,” the Nostalgia Critic takes a look at films currently streaming free on tubitv.com that received Academy Award nominations. As always, his editorials are must-see TV. Here’s his latest work: In case you missed his previous edition, well, you gotta see it!
February 18, 2016
Big things are happening here at Tubi TV! Our San Francisco-based viewing platform which offers the largest online library of free movies and TV has partnered with star YouTube influencer Nostalgia Critic to highlight some of our more intriguing offerings. With Tubi TV’s catalogue of over 40,000 shows and films, it can sometimes be tricky to know where to start. Sure, TubiTV.com (and its Tubi TV app on Android, iOS, Roku, Xbox and more) has a wide array of categories such as Oscar Nods, Not on Netflix, and Comedies. But with new content coming and going every month, Tubi TV teamed up with ChannelAwesome.com‘s Nostalgia Critic to break down some key films that need to be seen. As aways, the Nostalgia Critic’s geeky, spontaneous, and ultimately brilliant movie breakdowns are on-point and hilarious. You can catch his short series “You GOTTA See This” streaming live on Tubi TV’s Android and Roku Apps, on Tubi TV’s Facebook page, or Channel Awesome’s YouTube channel. Stay tuned, as more Nostalgia Critic is on its way to the Tubi TV platform!
February 15, 2016
On January 1, 2006, a new show hit the screen, and it changed the game forever. That show was not “I Love New York” (see, let me get to my point!). That show was “Flavor of Love,” starring former Public Enemy hype-man Flavor Flav. After the conclusion of season 1 of “Flavor of Love,” we received our first spinoff (never mind that “Flavor of Love” was a spinoff of “Strange Love,” which was a spinoff of season three of “The Surreal Life). What was born changed reality television for good. The notorious Tiffany “New York” Pollard and her even more notorious mother received their very own reality dating show. Get a few dozen caricatures of men, throw them in a house and have them compete for a woman who call herself the “HBIC” and you’ll get compelling television. It was so simple. Not to be lost is the talent of New York herself. Sure, she was crass. She was bossy. She was incredibly condescending. But this seemingly vile character could turn her inflection on a dime, and bring explosiveness, sensitivity and an unbelievable level of entertainment. Here’s a snippet, to give you an idea (warning: NSFW language): First Season in Full
February 10, 2016
February 9, 2016
Robert De Niro is one of those actors destined to win a lifetime achievement award someday (maybe quite soon). While the 72-year-old Academy Award winner has starred in a wide selection of comedic movies over the last decade or two, the ratings have not favored this decision. This chart, courtesy of the Washington Post‘s Cristina Rivero, shows how his percentage of highly-rated films has dipped since his switch from the more serious roles of his youth. Few would question that De Niro has been a comedic staple in the 21st century, mixing his tough-spirited characters with ridiculous storylines, but has he lost prestige in the process?
February 1, 2016
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