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    In Venom, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) comes into contact with an alien symbiote that merges with Eddie’s body to create the titular “Venom.” While Eddie and the alien try to figure out how to work as one being, they are being hunted by an organization that wants the symbiote for themselves. Although the initial reactions […]

  • Bohemian Rhapsody is a dramatic retelling of Queen’s rise to fame. More specifically, the film focuses on Freddie Mercury’s life from the formation of the band to their iconic performance at Live Aid. Despite having a reported budget of $50 to 55 million, Bohemian Rhapsody easily earned a profit by bringing in a whopping $844.7 […]

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    Political instability may force you to delay your trip to Romania. The UN is currently investigating the violent actions taken by the Romanian Gendarmerie when trying to quell demonstrations in the summer of 2018. The current state of Romania isn’t quite dangerous enough to warrant international travel advisories, but it’s certainly something that travelers should […]

  • There’s no mistaking it, the Galapagos Islands are an ecological marvel. The birthplace of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution, the popular tourist destination is internationally celebrated for its large number of endemic species and staggering biological diversity. No, the Galapagos Islands aren’t rife with political instability or overrun with crime. The issue is an environmental […]

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    Though China is remarkably safe by international standards, political tensions between the United States and Chinese governments have been on the decline. The diplomatic uncertainty was serious enough to warrant a travel advisory earlier this year. The Chinese government has been known to issue exit bans for U.S. citizens in the past and travelers should […]

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    It’s important to note that traveling to Brazil isn’t nearly as dangerous as traveling to Nicaragua, and it’s not closed to the public like Maya Beach. Having said that, traveling to the largest country in South America is far from safe. The country is considered one of the most criminalized countries in the world, where […]

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    The United States State Department is kinder to Nicaragua, but only slightly. As of September 12, 2018, U.S. residents are advised to reconsider traveling to Nicaragua due to crime, civil unrest, limited health care availability, and arbitrary enforcement of laws. The civil unrest began in April of last year when pro-democracy protestors took to the […]

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    Unlike Maya Beach, Acapulco is still open for business. But we advise you to keep your distance all the same. The popular Mexican tourist destination is a popular cruise ship destination and attracts international tourists by the tens of millions every single year. It’s also often described as the “murder capital of Mexico,” so there’s […]

  • Fans of Leonardo DiCaprio may recognize Thailand’s Maya Beach. The exotic island of the Phi Phi Archipelago was prominently featured in the cult classic film The Beach back in 2000. As it turns out, the most effective way to boost international tourism is to elicit the help of DiCaprio. Sadly, the real-life story of Maya […]

  • Virunga National Park made the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. This massive wildlife reserve in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is celebrated for its incredible diversity of habitats, including lava plains and snowfields. I mean, who wouldn’t want to explore a National Park that boasts a hippo population of 20,000 and has mountain […]

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    Tourists looking for an authentic Southeast Asia travel experience often make plans to stop over in Myanmar for a night or two. The country is historically rich, culturally diverse, and just flat out gorgeous. But sadly, political turmoil and a steady stream of reported human rights abuses have sullied the country’s tourism industry. If you […]

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    Ibiza, the Mediterranean island just off the coast of Spain, attracts young people by the millions. Why? It’s a pleasure-palace made true, with all-night partying, world-class dance music and some serious celebrity cache. Which makes it all the more depressing for us to scratch Ibiza off of our 2019 travel itinerary. To be fair though, […]

  • One of the best opportunities we’ve had to glimpse the Great Barrier Reef is by watching Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough, another wonderful BBC series that aired in 2015 and 2016. Although there were only three episodes made- entitled “Builders”, “Visitors”, and “Survival”- the filmmakers packed in a ton of information on the history […]

  • Another spectacular BBC documentary that uses brand-new photographic technology is Life in the Undergrowth, which focuses on invertebrates and other tiny creatures that are often too small to see with our naked eye. The five-episode series focused on everyday invertebrates like the house fly, but was also able to capture rare events like the emergence […]

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    Natural World is an epic BBC documentary series that has been running since 1983. There are nearly 500 episodes in the show’s back catalogue, and it’s been a staple of the BBC Natural History Unit for decades. Ten programs are broadcast every year, each focusing on a specific element of the natural world. One of […]

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    The incredible biodiversity of the continent of Africa is showcased in the 2013 BBC Natural History Unit documentary Africa. Six episodes, which are set in different regions, show the incredible geography of the continent and the amazing wildlife that make their home there. The last episode is titled “The Future” and is a rallying call […]

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    If you’re interested in the way animals have adapted to life on Earth over the course of our brief existence on the planet, you should definitely check out Life, a 2009 BBC documentary series similar to Planet Earth, that focuses on interesting behavioral patterns found in nature. The short featurette that followed each of the […]

  • Originally produced in 1980 by PBS, Cosmos: A Personal Voyage is a 13-part series hosted by Carl Sagan that discusses subjects like astrology, physics, and the history of our relationship with the cosmos. In each episode, Sagan discusses complex concepts like evolution, constellations, and the origins of the universe in simple layman’s terms, using complex […]

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    If you’ve ever visited a marine theme park like SeaWorld or Marineland, you definitely need to watch Blackfish. It’s an honest look at the consequences of keeping large marine mammals like whales and dolphins in captivity. The story focuses on Tilikum, an orca whale who was captured in the wild in 1983 and since then […]

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    Chasing Ice has become well-known in the natural science community for producing some of the best glacier calving footage ever shot. The documentary film was directed by Jeff Orlowski and followed nature photographer James Balog and his Extreme Ice Survey team, who seek to publicize the effects of climate change by capturing footage of glaciers […]