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With a long Easter holiday weekend just around the corner and a few more weeks until pub gardens open, Netflix has come up trumps with its latest offerings. The streaming service has got the usual mix of original films and series debuting over the next few weeks, along with some classics worth revisiting. Highlights include Jamie Foxx’s new sitcom Dad Stop Embarrassing Me, Netflix originals Thunder Force, Concrete Cowboy and Just Say Yes and recent releases like A Star Is Born and Rocketman, as well as classics like Shrek and Death Becomes Her.Here’s a full rundown of what to expect this month...NETFLIX ORIGINAL SERIESPrank Encounters (Season 2) – 1 April Worn Stories (Season 1) – 1 April Bitter Daisies (Season 2) – 2 AprilFamily Reunion (Part 3) – 5 April Snabba Cash (Season 1) – 7 April The Big Day (Collection 2) – 7 April The Wedding Coach (Season 1) – 7 April The Way Of The House Husband (Season 1) – 8 April Heaven Official’s Blessing (Season 1) – 9 AprilThe Circle USA (Season 2) – 14 AprilDad Stop Embarrassing Me – 16 April Fast & Furious: Spy Racers (Season 4) – 16 April Why Are You Like This – 16 April Luis Miguel – The Series (Part 2) – 19 April Zero (Season 1) – 21 April Shadow And Bone (1 Season) – 23 April The Innocent (Limited Series) – 30 April NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILMSIrul (2021) – 1 April  Concrete Cowboy – 2 April Just Say Yes – 2 April Madame Claude – 2 April Run – 2 April Sky High – 2 April Have You Ever Seen Fireflies? – 9 April Night In Paradise – 9 April Thunder Force – 9 April New Gods: Nezha Reborn – 12 April Love And Monsters – 14 April Ride Or Die – 15 April Arlo The Alligator Boy – 16 April Into The Beat (Dein Herz tanzt) – 16 April Stowaway – 22 April Things Heard and Seen – 30 AprilOTHER SERIES Wild Bill – 1 April Masterpiece: Worricker – 1 April The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills – 15 April Seraph Of The End (Season 2) – 16 AprilDOCUMENTARIES Sherpa – 1 April  Coded Bias – 5 April Dolly Parton: A MusiCares Tribute – 7 April This Is A Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist – 7 April Dark City Beneath the Beat – 15 April Searching For Sheela (2021) – 22 AprilFILMSAlleycats (2016) – 1 April American Girl: Grace Stirs Up Success (2015) – 1 April Baarìa (2009) – 1 April Beneath (2013) – 1 April Cast Away (2000) – 1 April Collateral (2004) – 1 April Curve (2015) – 1 April Death Becomes Her (1992) – 1 April Esio Trot (2015) – 1 April In the Name of the Father (1993) – 1 April Jarhead 2: Field of Fire (2014) – 1 April Love Story (1970) – 1 April Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Movie (2014) – 1 April  Murder On The Home Front (2013) – 1 April Outcast (2015) – 1 April Out Of Time (2003) – 1 April Page Eight (2011) – 1 April People Places Things (2015) – 1 April R.L. Stine’s Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls (2015) – 1 April Raw Deal (1986) – 1 April Red Heat (1988) – 1 April Shrek (2001) – 1 April Shrek 2 (2004) – 1 April Shrek the Musical (2013) – 1 April Sixty Six (2006) – 1 April Sleepers (1996) – 1 April They Live (1988) – 1 April The Borrowers (2011) – 1 April The Boy (2016) – 1 April The Hitcher (2007) – 1 April The Land Before Time 2: The Great Valley Adventure (1994) – 1 April The Time Traveller’s Wife (2009) – 1 April Turks & Caicos (2014) – 1 April Twister (1996) – 1 April God Calling (2018) – 2 April A Star Is Born (2018) – 11 April Chestnut: Hero of Central Park (2004) – 14 April Jiu Jitsu (2020) – 15 April Only Mine (2019) – 15 April Smallfoot (2018) – 20 April Rocketman (2019) – 30 AprilREAD MORE:It’s Sherlock, But Not As We Know Him: The Irregulars Creator On Finding The Supernatural In The World’s Most Famous DetectiveWe're Still Obsessed With Finding 'The One' And Netflix Knows ItAll The New Original Films Coming To Netflix In April 2021
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Aside from comedy, action, adventure, drama movies, and fantasy movies, a number of today's well-known movie genres incorporate the following.War movies depict courage, humanity and heroism within the midst of strife and adversity.War movies may or may not be heavy on unique effects, however they commonly function spectacular battle scenes that explore the grisly nature of war and its deadly aftermath.Teen Movies.Very clearly, these films tackle the various themes that preoccupy today's youth-school, family problems, friendship, teenage romance, developing up and battling one's fears or insecurities.Needless to say, there stereotypes for instance the common girl, the jock, the rebel, the geek, the outcast, the cheerleader and also the star player, the typical girl/ boy, the girl-and-boy-next-door, and also the new girl/boy.Science Fiction Movies.Sci-fi movies bring viewers to great areas like far-flung planets and parallel dimensions.
War movies reflect courage, humanity and heroism in the midst of strife and adversity.War films may possibly or might not be heavy on unique effects, but they usually function magnificent struggle moments that examine the grisly nature of conflict and its life-threatening aftermath.Teenager Movies.Rather certainly, these shows tackle the different themes that preoccupy today's youth-school, household issues, friendship, adolescent relationship, rising up and struggling one's fears or insecurities.Needless to say, there stereotypes such as the common girl, the jock, the rebel, the nerd, the outcast, the cheerleader and the celebrity player, the average girl/ child, the girl-and-boy-next-door, and the new girl/boy.Research Fiction Movies.Sci-fi movies provide visitors to amazing areas like far-flung planets and parallel dimensions.A lot of sci-fi films are emerge a disorderly and harmful post-apocalyptic world that is vastly different from the entire world we live in.
If you were bullied or excluded as a child or adolescent, it might not surprise you to learn that studies have shown how peer victimisation can have long-term effects. That’s certainly been the case for me.For decades, I’ve struggled with low-grade depression, anxiety and feelings of inadequacy and underachievement that have persisted despite years of therapy. I won’t argue that my mental health issues stem only from the bullying I encountered in school, but those experiences ― and my lifelong shyness, hypersensitivity and self-consciousness, which made me a perfect target for bullying and exclusion ― have had a lasting effect on me.One day in 2019 while I was procrastinating at work, I started thinking about a girl who had rejected me in 7th grade. The rejection still stung whenever I thought about it. I wondered if she remembered how she ended our friendship and if she had any regrets. Suddenly, I had an idea. Why not interview my former classmates from middle and high school — not only the people who bullied me, but all of my female peers, including the bullies, the bullied and those who seemed to be neither — about their experiences with the social scene when we were growing up in our Westchester, New York town? It seemed like such a good idea that I brushed aside the discomfort I felt about contacting people who, in some cases, I hadn’t spoken to in 40 years!Thanks to social media, it was easy to find many of my former classmates. I began sending messages to them describing my project and I asked them if they would be willing to participate. Many of the women I contacted responded immediately. While some claimed they didn’t remember much about those years, others were enthusiastic and told me they had a lot to share.So far, I have interviewed nearly 30 people, and I’m hoping to interview many more.  Sometimes individuals bully others because someone is bullying them. That was certainly the case with one former classmate I contacted who had relentlessly tormented me during middle school. At first, she was reluctant to talk to me. She ignored my initial Facebook message but when I followed up, she wrote back, “Simone, hope all is well with you. It’s a little hard for me to participate in this. I was not always nice to you. I am so sorry for that.”I responded and reassured her that I was interviewing all of the women in our class and not singling her out. A few minutes later, I was stunned to find my telephone ringing. It was my former bully.“I’m so sorry,” she said repeatedly during our call. “I swear I’m not a bad person. I think about what I did to you all the time. I don’t know why I chose you. I had a miserable home life.” She revealed some of the trauma she’d been through and, though I might have guessed that my classmate came from a troubled background, hearing it from her own lips made all the difference. I was finally able to forgive her, and (I hope) to help her to forgive herself. ‘I’m so sorry,’ she said repeatedly during our call. ‘I swear I’m not a bad person. I think about what I did to you all the time. I don’t know why I chose you. I had a miserable home life.’ I was surprised to learn that many of the “popular” girls paid a steep price for maintaining their social standing. As one former cheerleader told me, the girls in her clique were so mean to each other that she grew up distrusting other women. “I didn’t have a real female friend until I was 43,” she told me.Another woman — whom I had also considered popular, smart and beautiful — learned early on that “loneliness was bad and I’d have to sacrifice to have friends.” She shared a story about being part of a group that excluded a classmate in 7th grade. “I was culpable and I think I immediately and forever thought that was my personal weakness. It was cruel ... I still feel guilty all these years later.” Subsequently, that woman called the excluded group member to apologise for hurting her. She later told me that the interaction brought great relief to both of them.I spoke with about five women who were extremely athletic during their middle and high school years. All of them said that their athleticism served as a protective factor when it came to managing the social pressures of childhood and adolescence. Being good at sports made them feel confident and broke down barriers between the cliques that existed at school since they played on teams with members of various friend groups.As one woman who transferred to our school in 9th grade told me, “I think because I was a swimmer, I had a certain amount of confidence. I had a recognition of my abilities and it gave me credibility and people didn’t pick on me.”Another athlete shared a touching story about being a team captain in gym class. She recalled how, when picking teams, one girl in our grade was always chosen last. “One day, I don’t know why — I decided to pick [that girl] first. When I look back I can still see the smile on her face. It changed me that day. It made me realise that winning wasn’t the most important.”My conversations with some of my classmates confirmed that many of the girls who appeared to have their lives together ― and even be thriving ― struggled just like the rest of us.“I always felt like an outcast, like a little brown mouse,” said one woman who I thought was one of the prettiest, most athletic and well-liked in our class. “I’ll never forget the 7th grade dance. I was really excited about my outfit,” she told me. “I remember walking in and seeing this group of girls looking me up and down and giggling. It seemed like the whole dance stopped and I realised how mismatched I was. I thought, I am really out of touch; I am really uncool. I went to the bathroom and cried. Then I called my mother and she came and picked me up. To this day, I still feel like I can’t put clothes together.”It was challenging to locate some of the women who were the victims of the most severe bullying. I assumed many didn’t want to be found and had chosen to leave their childhoods and adolescences far behind and never look back. However, I did manage to track down a few.One woman told me, “I hated my school experience and experienced intense bullying ... It wasn’t until I reached high school that I located a community of people, and it was my perception that we were considered the ‘hippies’ and we carried a sort of stigma related to that.”Another woman recalled being bullied at various times throughout elementary and middle school. “My mother told me to ‘turn the other cheek,’ but that didn’t work,” she said. “I had no way to stand up for myself, and at that age, kids don’t stand up for each other.” In 9th grade, she dropped out of school and ran away, eventually ending up in a private school where the bullying was even worse. In a third school, she said, the “kids had issues. I became a bully and I would kick them with my clogs. I got suspended and I remember thinking, Now I’m the strong one.” I was also forced to admit that I wasn’t always kind to others. While I do not believe that I ever overtly bullied anyone, I certainly gossiped about others and shunned classmates who I worried might threaten my own tenuous social status. As I continued my project and began to process what I was learning, I unexpectedly found myself reflecting on my own behaviour during those years. I realised there were times when I chose to feel like a victim. I know there were classmates who admired my musical talent, who thought I was pretty and kind, but in some instances, I was too preoccupied with my own victimhood to recognise their affection.I was also forced to admit that I wasn’t always kind to others. While I do not believe that I ever overtly bullied anyone, I certainly gossiped about others and shunned classmates who I worried might threaten my own tenuous social status. This was crystallised for me when a couple of women I interviewed mentioned that they felt “invisible” in school. “I wasn’t bullied, I just felt pushed aside like I didn’t belong here or there,” one woman told me. “It was just a feeling of being unwanted.” Hearing this made me regret not reaching out to her and others when I had the chance. I was gratified by almost every conversation I had with my former peers. While some of my impressions were validated (everyone I talked to seemed to recognise the same peer hierarchy), I found that others were completely off base. Being able to zoom out and get some perspective after all of these years underscored that we can never really know what’s going on in other people’s lives. And, though I may have been hurt by some of these people, learning about what they were experiencing has pushed me to be less judgmental about others.This project has finally given me the opportunity to forgive the women who rejected and tormented me. After decades of hurt and resentment, I now see them as they were — young girls experiencing their own trials and tribulations, some common to many of us, others more painful than I can imagine. Perhaps most importantly, the experience of reconnecting with these women has helped to diminish years of insecurity and shame. I no longer see myself as inferior to the “popular” girls. In fact, my project has been greeted with admiration and excitement from many of the women I sought to impress so long ago. These changes have increased my self-confidence, and I have a new belief in my power, courage and worthiness. What’s more, my improved self-image has had positive implications for my work, relationships, and general sense of well-being. I won’t say that this type of project is right for everyone and I can’t claim that others will get the same results if they decide to reach out to individuals from their past. For some people, leaving the past behind might be the right way forward. Not everyone changes. Not everyone will be open to discussing what happened, much less to expressing contrition.But, for me at least, confronting my childhood demons has been tremendously healing, and that’s something I wish for everyone, no matter who they are or were ― no matter how they hurt or were hurt.Simone Ellin is a freelance writer and associate editor of Jmore magazine. This article first appeared on HuffPost PersonalHave a compelling personal story you want to tell? Find out what we’re looking for here, and pitch us on [email protected] from HuffPost UK PersonalI Wanted To Get Covid-19 Over With, Thinking It Would Feel Like A Bad Flu. I Was So WrongWe’re Married But Never Moved In Together. Here’s Why It Works For UsI’m Realising How Much Problematic Gay Porn Influenced My Sex Life
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On the one hand, Itadori’s return has created a spark in the Curses, and on the other, the mysterious appearance of Mahito is creating unrest in society.After brutally killing three high school students, Mahito, a fear-based Curse, plans something sinister with his gruesome ability to transfigure humans.As part of Itadori’s new training, after he came back from the dead, he might come face-to-face with Mahito soon.To make matters worse, Mahito’s ability to kill humans sparked an interest in a young high school outcast, Junpei Yoshino.In search of new powers and to punish his tormentors, Junpei follows Mahito’s sweet talk that’ll lead him to utter destruction.The transfigured humansBefore Itadori can return to the Tokyo Prefectural Jujutsu High School, Nanami trains him to fight S-class curses.While training, both Itadori and Nanami end up following a pair of enemies on the top of a local building.During the fight, Nanami’s technique allows him to mark weak points on the first monster, and he kills him in a single strike, and the Itadori’s improvised Divergent Fist defeats the second monster.Sadly, Nanami’s eventual realization about humans’ curses leaves Itadori devastated as he might have accidentally killed a human being.Ieiri Shoko, the local doctor of Jujutsu Tech’s, confirms Nanami’s theory about the curses being humans and shares the insight that the two curses Nanami and Itadori killed were once human.
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We’re here to guide you through the coronavirus pandemic. Sign up to the Life newsletter for daily tips, advice, how-tos and escapism.From Sex Education to Breaking Bad – chances are, if you’ve been bored at home during the pandemic, you’ve been binge-watching Netflix.And now you can pay homage to your favourite TV series by choosing a name fit for a (Tiger) King.We have a wealth of baby name inspiration on HuffPost UK Parents, but here are 10 special names plucked straight from the small screen. Related... What's In A Name? 12 Baby Names Inspired By Shakespeare CharlotteThis name comes in at number eight on one of the latest baby name databases for 2020, and it’s a fitting tribute to Ozark main character, Charlotte Byrde.HannahHer story might be dark, but legions of fans were captivated by tragic Hannah’s mysterious demise in 13 Reasons Why.RubySex Education’s Ruby, played by Mimi Keene, is the popular girl in school and leader of The Untouchables. You can’t help but love to hate her. CharlieCharlie Harding is the name of Jen’s rebellious son in dark comedy series Dead To Me. He’s always in trouble – so if you’re expecting a little rascal, choose Charlie. JosieJosie McCoy is the lead singer of the band Josie and the Pussycats in popular teen drama series Riverdale.EricSex Education’s beloved gay main character, Eric, steals every scene with his incredible fashions.  Jesse Jesse Bruce Pinkman is a crystal meth cook and dealer, working with his former high school chemistry teacher, Walter White, in TV hit Breaking Bad.MaeveMaeve is a smart, sassy social outcast who sets up a school-based sex therapy clinic with best friend Otis Milburn in Sex Education.ArchieThe character Archibald Andrews was first created in 1941 as the main character in the Archie Comics franchise. In Riverdale, he’s a student, budding musician and football player. Elle Jane “El” Hopper, also known as Eleven, is one of the main characters in popular series Stranger Things. She was kidnapped and experimented on – and has supernatural abilities. Related... The Top 20 Baby Names Parents Regret Choosing – And Why These Vintage Baby Names Are Getting More Popular Usain Bolt Reveals Baby Daughter’s Name, And Well, It’s Absolutely Perfect
ADHD and bedwetting is a too common, and very difficult, combination.While fine motor toys suffer from bouts of bedwetting, it really is particularly embarrassing and stressful to the ADHD child, who may already think that an outcast because of his/her difficulties fitting in socially.For some children, bedwetting could become an actual issue.Though no cause for bedwetting has been discovered, there are most often some factors which predispose certain children for it including genetics, minimal bladder capacity and as a particularly heavy sleeper.In a kid already battling the lack of concentration, hyperactivity, distractibility and impulsiveness that characterize ADHD, the emotional trauma of wetting the bed can be a whole lot of greater of the problem.Behavior modification techniques are already successfully requested both conditions.Positive reinforcement is evenly valuable in relation to managing ADHD symptoms and incidents of bedwetting.
Your college years will be memorable no matter where you live during that time.You can use these hints and tips to get the most out of your college experience.No matter how long it may seem to take or what you have to go through in the process, don't ever give up on your collegiate career!In the heat of the moment, something or someone may hold more appeal than all the studying and endless exams, but in the end, that certificate of graduation will be well worth whatever you have to do to get it.Take advantage of activities and facilities available on your college's campus.This is very important as you do not want to be tagged as a social outcast with nothing to do during the day.This will help you to make friends and feel like a part of the university.Stick to your studies.Take the time to ask teachers and other students for help, and make sure you get your homework done when you need to so that your grades stay strong.Keep in touch with your family.
You're in for what will probably be the best years of your life.The following article contains some tips that can help you with your choice.When you enter college, try to reduce the amount of starches that you eat during your freshman year.Try to incorporate a lot of fruits and vegetables into your diet.A great skill that you should learn going into college is cooking.This is very important as it can help you to construct the types of meals that you desire and will also assist in saving money on eating out over time.Also, this skill can make you more valuable to your roommates.Speak up often in your foreign language class.Speaking up helps your instructor evaluate you positively.If you recently entered college, one of the first things that you should do is purchase your books from the bookstore.
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In South Korea, habitual intoxication, a regular form of drinking to a state of intoxication, has become a social problem, where about 20% of the adult population of the population is addicted to alcohol.One of the most difficult aspects of Korean culture for foreigners is alcoholic intoxication.Employees of Korean companies usually go to the so-called hoisik, or joint feasts, during which significant amounts of alcohol are consumed two or three times a week by the whole group, men and women.In South Korea, habitual intoxication, a regular form of drinking to a state of intoxication, has become a social problem, where about 20% of the adult population is addicted to alcohol, and binge drinking is the most popular form of alcohol consumption per session.A large group of workers, especially manual workers, consume alcohol in the workplace and the sight of someone sipping soybean lunch, Korean vodka, or Makgeolli , Korean rice wine, is not uncommon.The percentage of women who regularly consume alcohol was 3% in 1998, and already 10 years later it has increased nearly fivefold, which is undoubtedly due to the growing proportion of women in work.In Western countries, alcohol consumption is considered a form of socialisation and antisocial behaviour is unacceptable.In some circles, alcoholic intoxication is considered the key to success, but foreigners working in Korea usually do not show such interest in alcoholic beverages.A representative of a Swiss medical device company I had the opportunity to talk to some time ago, and who often stays in Seoul on business matters, told me that the worst day for him in Korea is Monday, when some Korean employees of the company are not yet ready to work after the Saturday-Sunday alcoholic events.Another U.S. senior manager at a local bank described himself as an outcast because not only does he always go home right after work, but he also encourages his own, not very satisfied subordinates to do so.Traditionally, learning to drink alcohol in Korea starts in the first year of studies, when few first-year students can resist the pressure of senior students and reach for their first ever glass.
It was Jose Mourinho’s last stand and he picked a bizarre team including Matteo Darmian as a center-back and excluding Paul Pogba.A month later he did again in the FA Cup.Jesse Lingard past performanceIn three years he scored four times against Arsenal, twice against Chelsea, once each against Liverpool, Holland, and Croatia as well as finding the net in the FA Cup final the League Cup final and the Community Shield.He was more likely to score at Wembley than Burnley.If Romelu Lukaku was accused of being a flat-track bully, Lingard prospered on altogether rougher terrain.Not anymore.Lingard’s sole strike this season came against Astana, in a team including Dylan Levitt, Ethan Laird, and Di’Shon Bernard who may be destined to be the answer to future quiz questions.He ended 2019 with fewer assists and as many goals in Manchester United’s league games than Huddersfield’s Jonas Lossl: he was not even the most potent man with his initials when another one was a goalkeeper.His last taste of the sort of occasion that used to define him was curtailed after 45 minutes.Ryan Giggs suggested he lacked footballing intelligence and compared him unfavorably with Mesut Özil.Euro 2020 IneluctabilityThe decline of Lingard has been a theme of the last year.As it stands, he is unelectable for Euro 2020.He was one of the emblematic players of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s early surge; the Norwegian gave Lingard his debut in the reserves and the Englishman scored twice to give the caretaker a flying start in his managerial bow with the first team.Then Solskjaer’s rhetoric was laced with references to Jesse and ‘Rashy’; Marcus Rashford remains as symbolic but Lingard has been displaced by Mason Greenwood and Brandon Williams among the homegrown personifications of homegrown Untidiness.There are mitigating circumstances, injuries, and illness of being a new father and having to care for his younger brother and sister when his mother was unwell.Yet Lingard has fallen out of favor with the fanbase the obscene video he posted on social media in the summer scarcely helped and a talisman has become a target.His persona may not help.
Netflix is getting into the podcast market with the launch of its own scripted podcast, according to a new report.The company plans to release a podcast based on its Daybreak original show, the report claims, one that will have half a dozen episodes designed to build upon what the video series.The work will join other originals from companies like Marvel.Daybreak is an original comedy/drama from Netflix set during an apocalypse, one feature gangs akin to what you’d find in Mad Max, as well as zombies and a ‘teenage outcast.’ The show’s first season debuted on October 24, and though reviews are a bit lower than what we usually see for Netflix originals, many fans are encouraging the company to renew it for a second season.According to Variety, Netflix will release a six-episode scripted podcast based on Daybreak that builds upon what fans see in the series.The audio show will be based on teenagers from the original’s first season who, in the script, decide to launch an apocalyptic podcast.
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