00s

Tarantino Responds To Accusations That He Was Responsible For "Kill Bill" Crash

When Uma Thurman went public with her experience of abuse at the hands of Harvey Weinstein, fans were there for her to offer support and praise for sharing her story. However, legions were shocked when they heard Thurman claim that director and former friend to the actress, Quentin Tarantino, had placed her into a dangerous situation that ultimately left her permanently injured. Consequences Of SoundThurman went into detail about her personal struggle to continue in the industry after the disgraced Weinstein attempted to force himself on her in his hotel room, and having to keep working alongside him. She also

90s

10 Times That 'Recess' Described Our Childhoods Perfectly

Recess was one of the greatest kid's shows to ever grace the television after school and on Saturday mornings. It may have been wildly exaggerated, but it was still more than a little relatable for all of us. It taught us more about life than we realized, and looking back, it did help shape my childhood. 1. Teacher's Lounge Every one of us always wondered what went on behind the door of the teacher's lounge. It was a somewhat mystical place, where we assumed that they sat there and smoked cigarettes, drank bourbon, and relaxed. In reality, they more likely

90s

8 Things Every '90s Girl Needs To Know About "The Powerpuff Girls"

If you grew up in the 90s you know that your Saturday mornings were dominated by your favorite breakfast cereal, PJs and of course, cartoons. In 1998, The Powerpuff Girls debuted on our small screens and it rocked our socks off! Airing on the Cartoon Network, it maintained high ratings for its entire six seasons. The three kindergarten-aged girls with superpowers captured our attention while they kicked some serious butt and defended their hometown. Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup still have our attention decades later as they helped us learn to brush our teeth, overcome bedwetting and encouraged us to snuggle

Movies

We Were Right, The 'Crocodile Dundee' Trailer You Saw At Super Bowl 2018 Was Fake, Here's Why

When we heard that one of our favorite adventure comedy films was set to come back, we had our reasons to be skeptical. They even featured the trailer at the 52nd Super Bowl, so you thought they had to be serious! Daily MailThe trailer for Dundee: The Son of a Legend Returns Home came out of nowhere, leaving us all scratching our heads in confusion. They even had a website that got us all excited: "Crocodile Dundee is back. Well, actually, he's missing in the Outback. And the only person who might be able to find him is the loudmouthed

90s

The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Are Here, And People Definitely Have Opinions

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles has been a staple on television since 1987. Of course, comic book fans will know the first adventure involving the heroes in a half shell came out in 1984, but it's fair to say that the pizza-loving superheroes really shot to fame when the TV series started in 1987. TMNTPediaSince then, there have been six movies to hit theaters, as well as six TV shows which all followed different plots. Den of GeekDen of GeekIt was announced last year that a new Turtles series would be coming, called Rise Of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."Rise

80s

"Bill & Ted" Star Opens Up About Sexual Abuse He Suffered As A Child Star

Like many former child stars, Alex Winter of Bill & Ted fame has been harboring a dark secret for all these years. The British-American actor first found success on Broadway by taking on supporting roles in The King and I and Peter Pan. In the late '80s, he rose to prominence for his roles in films like The Lost Boys, Rosalie Goes Shopping, and Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure alongside Keanu Reeves. Winter, along with actor Tom Stern, also co-wrote a number of short films, and co-directed music videos for artists like Ice Cube and Red Hot Chill Peppers. NME.comThe success

90s

8 School Experiences We All Had That Today's Kids Will Never Understand

The grade school and high school experience has definitely changed since the days that we were all stuck in the classroom. As I watch my own children go through the early grades, I am blown away by how much things have changed, and how little I truly understand the motivations for those changes. We all made it through those years (mostly), and we are none the worse for the wear. I am all for progress, but when we make progress simply for the sake of it, or when that progress affects our children's abilities to grow into fully functioning members