The Rock twists, turns and cracks a few eggs

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Netflix’s latest action-comedy Red Notice has a couple of things going for it. A-listers Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, and a US$200 million (6.6 billion baht) budget. Where it falls flat is in its attempt at keeping it original. This slick and absolutely vapid star vehicle, with more twists and turns than a pretzel, tests the algorithms and limits of tentpole moviemaking on streaming screens. Shot in multiple countries, Red Notice promises the world but doesn’t quite hit the mark in its endeavours; banking far too heavily on three of Hollywood’s best, leading to what …

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We Will Be Running in These Pants for the Next Six Months

Published by InsideHook By Tanner Garrity Running’s sentimentalists like to wax about how simple the sport is. “All you need is a good pair of running shoes. Lace them up and go!” You do need a good pair of running shoes, but if you want to properly invite running into your life — and make

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Dental Laboratory Handpiece Market Segmentation, Size, Covid-19 Impact, Healthcare Sector, Analysis, Insights, Share, Developments, Forecast to 2026

The global dental laboratory handpiece market is expected to rise with an impressive CAGR and generate the highest revenue by 2026. Fortune Business Insights™ in its latest report published this information. The report is titled “Dental Laboratory Handpiece Market Size, Share and Global Trend By Design Type (Air Driven Handpiece, Electric Handpiece), By Speed Type (High-Speed

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Four detained after threat to German synagogue on Yom Kippur

Published by DPA Investigators in western Germany say they have not discovered any bomb components during searches in connection with a suspected planned attack on the synagogue in Hagen. Four suspects were detained after what authorities described as an extremist threat to attack a synagogue in the western city of Hagen. Electronic devices such as

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Bangkok welcomes first tourists for quarantine-free holiday

Published by Reuters By Jiraporn Kuhakan BANGKOK (Reuters) – Hundreds of vaccinated foreign tourists are scheduled to arrive in Bangkok on Monday, the first wave of visitors to Thailand in 18 months who will not have to undergo quarantine for the coronavirus. Seeking to resurrect its pandemic-ravaged tourism economy, Thailand’s government has given the green

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Turkey to deport seven Syrians over ‘banana-eating’ videos

Published by Al-Araby Turkish authorities are planning to deport seven Syrians after they posted sarcastic videos online in response to comments by a Turkish man who accused Syrian refugees of driving up the prices of bananas. The Turkish interior ministry announced that it had detained the seven Syrians, who had posted videos showing themselves eating

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