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Entertainment From Home Alone and Castaway to It's a Wonderful Life: These movies will make you feel better about self-isolation

01:57  07 april  2020
01:57  07 april  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Joan Lunden Can’t Believe She’s Turning 70

  Joan Lunden Can’t Believe She’s Turning 70 "There's a silver lining of aging — letting go of mistakes and regrets, gaining this appreciation of life," says Joan Lunden“How the h--- did that happen,” she jokes in the latest issue of PEOPLE. But Lunden is taking the big 70 in stride.

Best feel good movie ever? Quite possibly. Most movies would make this into a schmaltzy affair but Capra delivered a touching, heart warming tale. Bailey consistently denies himself to allow others to live as he sacrifices his life to make sure people can have enough money to avoid having to

This is the best feel - good movie ever. It ' s a life changing movie , actually. It makes you feel good to be alive. Most movies would make this into a schmaltzy affair but Capra delivered a touching, heart warming tale.

a person lying on a bed: James King, My 600-lb Life © TheWrap James King, My 600-lb Life

James King, who appeared on TLC's "My 600lb-Life," has died. He was 49.

The reality star passed away at a Nashville hospital on April 3, according to his obituary on the Milner & Orr Funeral Home website. His cause of death has not been released.

TLC confirmed King's death in a tweet Monday.

"TLC was deeply saddened by the loss of James King, who shared his weight-loss journey on My 600lb Life. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time," the network said.

The last time King appeared on "My 600lb-Life" was in 2018. He originally appeared on the show's 2017 season. In the past, he has dealt with health issues including sepsis and cirrhosis of the liver, according to TMZ. When he first appeared on the show in 2017, he weighed 791 pounds. The next time he returned to the show, his weight had increased to 840 pounds.

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Isn't this movie called It ' s a Wonderful Life ? Were we mistakenly redirected from Million Dollar When it was released in 1946, the film, now titled It ' s a Wonderful Life , didn't even make back its (Source) Even people in movies ( Home Alone , National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation) watch it.

Great memorable quotes and script exchanges from the It ' s a Wonderful Life movie on Quotes.net. Frank Capra's masterwork deserves its status as a feel - good communal event, but it is also one of the most fascinating films in the American cinema, a multilayered work of Dickensian density.

The series follows obese individuals, seeking to undergo gastric-bypass surgery, over a year of their lives. It has been on the air since 2012.

King lived in Paducah, Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Raisor King, his father, three brothers, four daughters, two sons and 19 grandchildren.

"James loved sports, especially wrestling, hockey and baseball," his obituary continues. "James' favorite team to cheer for was the Chicago Cubs. His other hobbies included fishing and communicating to friends across the country on his CB Radio under the handle 'Cracker Jack.'"

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People around the world are dressing up to take their trash out in the midst of self-isolation .
Previously mundane chores are turning into a fun public outing in the midst of self-isolation. Just look at the Bin Isolation Outing Facebook group, filled with thousands of photos and videos of folks taking their bins to the curb in fun costumes. Danielle Askew created the page two weeks ago, after a friend jokingly wrote on Facebook that she was excited to take the bin out because it gave her a reason to leave the house.So Askew, who lives in Hervey Bay, Australia, dared her to get dressed up for it. She did, as did Askew, who then started the Facebook page as a way to have a laugh with her friend group.

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