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"We designed the Octane 120 to feature everything that a guycould possibly want in a home arcade racing cabinet (or HomeTheater!), including a beer tap, PC and PlayStation 3compatibility, and a whopping 120 projection screen," says MichaelWare, owner of Dream Arcades. We even have the user interfacehooked up to YouTube and Hulu.com, so you can watch 80 s classicslike A-Team, Air Wolf, Star Trek, and The Fall Guy with friendsbetween races."


We've known for a while that dogs, along with several other animals, can detect Earth's magnetic fields. But it turns out, they also use it to direct their more personal habits. After watching 70 dogs do their business over a two-year period, researchers who published their work in the journal Frontiers in Zoology found that the pups preferred to go "aligned along the North-South axis under calm magnetic field conditions." According to the study, this was the first time a measurable, predictable behavioral reaction to the magnetic field's fluctuation has been demonstrated in mammals. It also might be why it takes your dog so long to decide where to go.


Created by Old Spice for a product that supposedly "lasts forever," the commercial features actor Terry Crews, among others, and is currently airing "for an eternity" online (you can watch the abridged version here). But since that's not exactly possible on TV, a 14-hour version was put together and aired in São Paulo, Brazil, on December 8, 2018, earning the Guinness World Record for the longest TV ad ever.


Whether you're into old-school outrageously freaky films or newer spine-tingling spooky stories, you're surely aware of the fact that scary plots can make you plotz. But according to a 2015 study published in The BMJ, bloodcurdling horror movies can do just that: curdle your blood. The scientists found that when we watch a terrifying tale, our bodies experience an increase in blood coagulant factor VIII, which is a clotting protein. Too much of the protein and our blood will clot or, in essence, curdle.


The royal family in England owns jaw-dropping jewels, plenty of prime property, and other coveted items that commoners could only dream about. But one of the few things owned by the British Crown that you won't be overly envious about is pigeon feces. That's right, due to the fact that the bird droppings were once used to make gunpowder, King George I claimed all feces for the crown back in the 18th century. According to The Chicago Tribune, the king even sent guards to watch over the poo-producing pigeons.


Sometimes the best way to watch your favorite sports team is in the living room, with a few friends around and the game streaming on your TV. Although manufacturers don't focus on making their TVs only for sports, many modern 4k TVs have good all-around performance making them suitable for watching sports. When looking for the best TV for watching sports, you'll want to look for great motion handling and good gray uniformity. If you tend to watch games in a bright room, peak brightness and reflection handling are important, and you'll want a TV with a wide viewing angle if you watch in a wide seating area.


The best TV for sports we've tested is the Samsung S95B OLED. It has an incredibly wide viewing angle, making it a perfect choice for watching the big game with a large group of friends in a wide seating arrangement, as everyone will see the same thing. No more fighting over the best spot on the couch, as the image remains consistent even at a very wide angle. In addition to the wide viewing angle, the S95B has a near-instantaneous response time, so fast-moving players and balls are crystal-clear, with no distracting motion blur behind them.


If you're in a bright room and don't care about deep blacks, a premium TV with an LED backlight like the Samsung QN90B QLED is a better choice than the Samsung S95B OLED. It gets significantly brighter than the Samsung S95B OLED, so it's a better choice in a bright living room or even outdoors. It also has a very wide viewing angle, making it a great choice for watching the big game with a large group of friends.


It has an okay frequency response and gets decently loud, so you don't necessarily need an external sound system if you're throwing a party. On the other hand, it has a narrow viewing angle, so if you are throwing a party, it's best to enjoy it directly in front. Those watching from the sides will see a faded and washed-out image, so it's a bit worse than the Samsung QN90B QLED because of that.


The best LED TV we've tested in the budget category is the TCL 5 Series/S555 2022 QLED. It's a good TV for watching sports, with good picture quality and high peak brightness. It can handle moderate amounts of glare in a bright room but has worse reflection handling than the Hisense U8H, so it's not as good in a bright room. Uniform areas like the playing field look good thanks to its decent gray uniformity, and it has a quick response time, so fast-moving objects (like the players) are clear and easy to make out.


Unlike more expensive TVs on this list, like the Samsung QN90B QLED, it has poor audio quality and can't get very loud, so you'll need a soundbar or audio receiver if you're planning on hosting a large party. It also has a narrow viewing angle, so it's not a good choice for a wide seating arrangement. If you mainly watch sports with the family and sit directly in front, this won't be an issue, and it's a good TV for sports.


The LG UP8000 is the best budget TV for sports if you have a wide seating area. Most variants have an IPS-type panel with a wide viewing angle, so unlike the TCL 5 Series/S555 2022 QLED, the image looks the same if you're watching it from the sides, making it a good choice for watching the big game with a large group of people. However, the 50, 60, and 70-inch models use a different panel type with a worse viewing angle, meaning they perform differently.


Our recommendations above are what we think are currently the best TVs to watch sports for most people in each price range. We factor in the price (a cheaper TV wins over a pricier one if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no TVs that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).


Some recipes have more than one way that you can learn them. For example, Raisin Bread can be picked up by either watching the Tasty Time tv show or by being inspired after cooking with Wild Grapes five times.


#140 Running Scared (1986) 59% #140 Adjusted Score: 55538% Critics Consensus: Running Scared struggles to strike a consistent balance between violent action and humor, but the chemistry between its well-matched leads keeps things entertaining. Synopsis: Ray and Danny (Gregory Hines, Billy Crystal) are two Chicago police detectives hot on the trail of drug kingpin Julio... [More] Starring: Gregory Hines, Billy Crystal, Jimmy Smits, Steven Bauer Directed By: Peter Hyams #139 Equilibrium (2002) 40% #139 Adjusted Score: 42280% Critics Consensus: Equilibrium is a reheated mishmash of other sci-fi movies. Synopsis: In a futuristic world, a regime has eliminated war by suppressing emotions: books, art and music are strictly forbidden and... [More] Starring: Christian Bale, Emily Watson, Taye Diggs, Angus Macfadyen Directed By: Kurt Wimmer #138 Hero (2002) 94% #138 Adjusted Score: 101296% Critics Consensus: With death-defying action sequences and epic historic sweep, Hero offers everything a martial arts fan could ask for. Synopsis: In this visually arresting martial arts epic set in ancient China, an unnamed fighter (Jet Li) is being honored for... [More] Starring: Jet Li, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Maggie Cheung, Donnie Yen Ji-Dan Directed By: Yimou Zhang #137 Road House (1989) 41% #137 Adjusted Score: 43952% Critics Consensus: Whether Road House is simply bad or so bad it's good depends largely on the audience's fondness for Swayze -- and tolerance for violently cheesy action. Synopsis: The Double Deuce is the meanest, loudest and rowdiest bar south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and Dalton (Patrick Swayze) has... [More] Starring: Patrick Swayze, Kelly Lynch, Sam Elliott, Ben Gazzara Directed By: Rowdy Herrington #136 Unstoppable (2010) 87% #136 Adjusted Score: 93957% Critics Consensus: As fast, loud, and relentless as the train at the center of the story, Unstoppable is perfect popcorn entertainment -- and director Tony Scott's best movie in years. Synopsis: When a massive, unmanned locomotive roars out of control, the threat is more ominous than just a derailment. The train... [More] Starring: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, Kevin Dunn Directed By: Tony Scott #135 Shaft (1971) 88% #135 Adjusted Score: 92362% Critics Consensus: This is the man that would risk his neck for his brother, man. Can you dig it? Synopsis: John Shaft (Richard Roundtree) is the ultimate in suave black detectives. He first finds himself up against Bumpy (Moses Gunn),... [More] Starring: Richard Roundtree, Moses Gunn, Christopher St. John, Charles Cioffi Directed By: Gordon Parks #134 The Villainess (2017) 85% #134 Adjusted Score: 90312% Critics Consensus: The Villainess offers enough pure kinetic thrills to satisfy genre enthusiasts -- and carve out a bloody niche for itself in modern Korean action cinema. Synopsis: Honed from childhood to be an elite assassin, Sook-hee embarks on a rampage of violence and revenge to finally earn... [More] Starring: Kim Ok-bin, Shin Ha-kyun, Sung-joon, Kim Seo-hyung Directed By: Jeong Byeong-gil #133 Highlander (1986) 71% #133 Adjusted Score: 73676% Critics Consensus: People hate Highlander because it's cheesy, bombastic, and absurd. And people love it for the same reasons. Synopsis: When the mystical Russell Nash (Christopher Lambert) kills a man in a sword fight in a New York City parking... [More] Starring: Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery, Roxanne Hart, Clancy Brown Directed By: Russell Mulcahy #132 Die Hard 2 (1990) 70% #132 Adjusted Score: 74104% Critics Consensus: It lacks the fresh thrills of its predecessor, but Die Hard 2 still works as an over-the-top -- and reasonably taut -- big-budget sequel, with plenty of set pieces to paper over the plot deficiencies. Synopsis: A year after his heroics in L.A, detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) is mixed up in another terrorist plot, this... [More] Starring: Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, William Atherton, Reginald VelJohnson Directed By: Renny Harlin #131 National Treasure (2004) 46% #131 Adjusted Score: 52071% Critics Consensus: National Treasure is no treasure, but it's a fun ride for those who can forgive its highly improbable plot. Synopsis: Historian and code-breaker Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) has been searching his whole life for a rumored treasure dating back to... [More] Starring: Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger, Justin Bartha, Sean Bean Directed By: Jon Turteltaub #130 The Protector (2005) 53% #130 Adjusted Score: 55639% Critics Consensus: Despite some impressive fight scenes, this trimmed-down version of the Thai action pic is an off-putting mix of scant plot, choppy editing, and confusing subtitles and dubbing. Synopsis: A young fighter (Tony Jaa) travels to Australia to retrieve stolen elephants that were promised originally to the king of... [More] Starring: Tony Jaa, Johnny Nguyen, Nathan Jones, Petchtai Wongkamlao Directed By: Prachya Pinkaew #129 Revenge (2017) 93% #129 Adjusted Score: 99034% Critics Consensus: Revenge slices and dices genre tropes, working within an exploitation framework while adding a timely -- yet never less than viscerally thrilling -- feminist spin. Synopsis: Jen is enjoying a romantic getaway with her wealthy boyfriend -- until his two sleazy friends arrive for an unannounced... [More] Starring: Matilda Anna Ingrid Lutz, Kevin Janssens, Vincent Colombe, Guillaume Bouchède Directed By: Coralie Fargeat #128 El Mariachi (1992) 91% #128 Adjusted Score: 96601% Critics Consensus: Made on a shoestring budget, El Mariachi's story is not new. However, the movie has so much energy that it's thoroughly enjoyable. Synopsis: El Mariachi (Carlos Gallardo) is a traveling guitar player with the modest desire to play music for a living. Looking... [More] Starring: Carlos Gallardo, Consuelo Gómez, Reinol Martinez, Peter Marquardt Directed By: Robert Rodriguez #127 A Touch of Zen (1971) 97% #127 Adjusted Score: 98211% Critics Consensus: A brilliantly directed feast for the eyes with an epic story to match, A Touch of Zen marks a groundbreaking achievement in the wuxia genre. Synopsis: Ku Shen Chai (Chun Shih), an unmotivated artist in his early 30s, still lives with his mother, but he is... [More] Starring: Feng Hsu, Chun Shih, Pai Ying, Roy Chiao Directed By: King Hu #126 Top Gun (1986) 58% #126 Adjusted Score: 64324% Critics Consensus: Though it features some of the most memorable and electrifying aereial footage shot with an expert eye for action, Top Gun offers too little for non-adolescent viewers to chew on when its characters aren't in the air. Synopsis: The Top Gun Naval Fighter Weapons School is where the best of the best train to refine their elite flying... [More] Starring: Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis, Anthony Edwards, Val Kilmer Directed By: Tony Scott #125 Con Air (1997) 58% #125 Adjusted Score: 61620% Critics Consensus: Con Air won't win any awards for believability - and all involved seem cheerfully aware of it, making some of this blockbuster action outing's biggest flaws fairly easy to forgive. Synopsis: Just-paroled army ranger Cameron Poe (Nicolas Cage) is headed back to his wife (Monica Potter), but must fly home aboard... [More] Starring: Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi Directed By: Simon West #124 The Expendables 2 (2012) 67% #124 Adjusted Score: 71776% Critics Consensus: Taut, violent, and suitably self-deprecating, The Expendables 2 gives classic action fans everything they can reasonably expect from a star-studded shoot-'em-up -- for better and for worse. Synopsis: Mercenary leader Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone), Lee Christmas (Jason Statham) and the rest of the Expendables team reunite when Mr.... [More] Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren Directed By: Simon West #123 The Mummy (1999) 60% #123 Adjusted Score: 63715% Critics Consensus: It's difficult to make a persuasive argument for The Mummy as any kind of meaningful cinematic achievement, but it's undeniably fun to watch. Synopsis: The Mummy is a rousing, suspenseful and horrifying epic about an expedition of treasure-seeking explorers in the Sahara Desert in... [More] Starring: Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo Directed By: Stephen Sommers #122 Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) 59% #122 Adjusted Score: 66818% Critics Consensus: Although this action-romance suffers from weak writing and one too many explosions, the chemistry generated by onscreen couple Pitt and Jolie is palpable enough to make this a thoroughly enjoyable summer action flick. Synopsis: John (Brad Pitt) and Jane Smith (Angelina Jolie), a couple in a stagnating marriage, live a deceptively mundane existence. However,... [More] Starring: Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Vince Vaughn, Adam Brody Directed By: Doug Liman #121 Rush Hour (1998) 61% #121 Adjusted Score: 64164% Critics Consensus: A kick-ass addition to the cop-buddy film genre. Synopsis: When a Chinese diplomat's daughter is kidnapped in Los Angeles, he calls in Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan)... [More] Starring: Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Tom Wilkinson, Elizabeth Peña Directed By: Brett Ratner #120 The Equalizer (2014) 60% #120 Adjusted Score: 67792% Critics Consensus: The Equalizer is more stylishly violent than meaningful, but with Antoine Fuqua behind the cameras and Denzel Washington dispensing justice, it delivers. Synopsis: Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), a man of mysterious origin who believes he has put the past behind him, dedicates himself... [More] Starring: Denzel Washington, Marton Csokas, Chloë Grace Moretz, David Harbour Directed By: Antoine Fuqua #119 Captain America: Civil War (2016) 90% #119 Adjusted Score: 114638% Critics Consensus: Captain America: Civil War begins the next wave of Marvel movies with an action-packed superhero blockbuster boasting a decidedly non-cartoonish plot and the courage to explore thought-provoking themes. Synopsis: Political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability when the actions of the Avengers lead to collateral damage. The... [More] Starring: Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan Directed By: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo #118 Air Force One (1997) 78% #118 Adjusted Score: 81230% Critics Consensus: This late-period Harrison Ford actioner is full of palpable, if not entirely seamless, thrills. Synopsis: After making a speech in Moscow vowing to never negotiate with terrorists, President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) boards Air Force... [More] Starring: Harrison Ford, Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Wendy Crewson Directed By: Wolfgang Petersen #117 Bloodsport (1988) 46% #117 Adjusted Score: 46181% Critics Consensus: This is where it all began for the Muscles from Brussels, but beyond Van Damme's athleticism, Bloodsport is a cliched, virtually plotless exercise in action movie recycling. Synopsis: U.S. soldier Frank Dux (Jean-Claude Van Damme) has come to Hong Kong to be accepted into the Kumite, a highly... [More] Starring: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Donald Gibb, Leah Ayres, Norman Burton Directed By: Newt Arnold #116 Blade (1998) 57% #116 Adjusted Score: 62020% Critics Consensus: Though some may find the plot a bit lacking, Blade's action is fierce, plentiful, and appropriately stylish for a comic book adaptation. Synopsis: A half-mortal, half-immortal is out to avenge his mother's death and rid the world of vampires. The modern-day technologically advanced... [More] Starring: Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson, N'Bushe Wright Directed By: Stephen Norrington #115 Bad Boys (1995) 43% #115 Adjusted Score: 46548% Critics Consensus: Bad Boys stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence have enjoyable chemistry; unfortunately, director Michael Bay too often drowns it out with set pieces and explosions in place of an actual story. Synopsis: Miami-Dade detectives Mike Lowrey (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) blow a fuse when $100 million worth of heroin... [More] Starring: Martin Lawrence, Will Smith, Téa Leoni, Tchéky Karyo Directed By: Michael Bay #114 Die Hard With a Vengeance (1995) 58% #114 Adjusted Score: 62246% Critics Consensus: Die Hard with a Vengeance benefits from Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson's barbed interplay, but clatters to a bombastic finish in a vain effort to cover for an overall lack of fresh ideas. Synopsis: Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) is now divorced, alcoholic and jobless after getting fired for his reckless behavior and bad... [More] Starring: Bruce Willis, Jeremy Irons, Samuel L. Jackson, Graham Greene Directed By: John McTiernan #113 The Running Man (1987) 66% #113 Adjusted Score: 68901% Critics Consensus: The Running Man is winking


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