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If you're looking for your injection of serotonin today, then you won't do any better than this video of subway dancers absolutely killing it to a Missy Elliott classic.
With the subways empty, many dances have been deprived of their most reliable source of income, not to mention an outlet for their creativity.
It's an engrossing retelling of a thrilling escape attempt that does not shy away from the darkest, most complicated aspects of its three primary subjects, while also retaining the vibes of a classic '70s escape movie.
The Showtime series stars Benicio del Toro, Paul Dano and Patricia Arquette (and is directed and executive produced by Ben Stiller).
Based on the number of conservatives coming forward to declare they got owned by him, hoo boy did Sacha Baron Cohen do a great job.
'So how do we promote perhaps the most dangerous show in the history of television when we're not allowed to show it?'
It's time to start watching Ray Donovan, if you aren't already.
He says he tried to intervene when the dancers started harassing a Jewish man for not tipping them.
Del Toro will play convicted murderer Richard Matt, while Arquette will play Tilly Mitchell, who helped Matt and another convict break out of Clinton Correctional Facility in the summer of 2015.
A man and woman were assaulted by subway dancers after the man refused to make room for them to do their routine.
"We all now feel the way Rudy Giuliani looks."
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