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Size:XXL:Back Length 16.5"  |  Color:Blue

❤SIZE NOTES:
1:These windproof Rainproof dog coat NOT for Large dogs,only for Small or Medium dogs,eg:Pugs,Shiba,Havanese,Shitzu,Pomeranian,Dachshund ect.
2:Since the material made is not stretchy,you can consider about 1 inch space in dimension measurement for comfortable fit!!
3:If your pet between two size,recommend you choose the larger one.

HOW TO MEASURE DOG SIZE?
❤Chest: measure the thickest part of the chest, add 1 in will be better. (Usually behind the two legs)
❤Length: Make sure your dog stands properly, not sitting or lying. Measure along the dog's backbone from the base of the neck to 2"front the base of the tail.

❤For most accurate fitting and sizing we highly recommend using the following size chart!!
Size XS fits pets: Chest 13.1-16.1"/33.5-41cm;Neck 9.4-11"/24-28cm; back length 6.7"/17cm
Size S fits pets: Chest 14.9-18.9"/38-48cm;Neck 10.6-12.2"/27-31cm; back length 8.7"/22cm
Size M fits pets: Chest 16.5-20.4"/42-52cm;Neck 11.0-13.0"/28-33cm; back length 10.6"/27cm
Size L fits pets: Chest 19.7-23.6"/50-60cm;Neck 12.6-15.7"/32-40cm; back length 12.6"/32cm
Size XL fits pets: Chest 22-26"/56-66cm;Neck 14.9-18.1"/38-46cm; back length 14.5"/37cm
Size XXL fits pets: Chest 23.6-28.3"/60-72cm;Neck 16.9-20.4"/43-52cm; back length 16.5"/42cm

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1:Excellent Outlook amp; Double Layered Design: Lively and bright colors, achieve fashion needs,lined pup raincoat with lining makes pet comfortable amp; warm in in wet weather.
2:Waterproofamp; Windproof Dog Jacket: Keep your dog warm and dry in all weather conditions.Hood helps protect dogs' ears from the rain.
3:Contains a small opening on the upper back of the rain jacket for harness users.Machine washable
4:The inner layer is made of cotton fabric,super soft.Outer layer of is made of 100% polyester waterproof fabric

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Thursday
Nov042021

"Wicked" Movie announces its Elphaba and Glinda casting! What about the other roles?

by Nathaniel R

After years of fan-casting and online speculation we finally know who will be following in Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth's footsteps in that Emerald City of stage and screen legend. Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande will be taking on the iconic roles of Glinda and Elphaba in the big screen adaptation of Broadway behemoth Wicked which is, if you've been sleeping under a rock, about the witches before the events of The Wizard of Oz. The news was announced tonight by the film's director Jon M Chu

How are you feeling about this news? Well how am I feeling? Not even sure and I'll tell you why...

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Thursday
Nov042021

Dune: Top 10 Best Costumes

by Cláudio Alves

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Dune feels more like a period movie than a sci-fi extravaganza as fashioned by costume designers Jacqueline West and Bob Morgan. West, who studied Art History, has described the aesthetic she and Morgan conceived as "mod-ieval, looking to the past for the distant future." While the story takes us to a faraway tomorrow, the world doesn't look new. Instead, it feels ancient, used-up before we ever laid eyes on it, sand-blasted but not rotten like the Lynch movie. Stuck in feudalistic pageantry and a political system that squashes the individual under imperial rule, Dune is an anachronism expanded to the monumentality of a space opera. An incredibly ambitious project, the movie deserves applause for its scale and, indeed, its costumes. 

Even the most negligible extra in the background of scenes is splendidly dressed, their ensembles as thought-through as the hero costumes. With that in mind, I decided to highlight this sartorial glory by re-watching the flick ins search of its best looks, be they worn by movie stars or background actors. There's so much to admire…

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Thursday
Nov042021

Doc Corner: 'Attica'

By Glenn Dunks

“Attica! Attica!”

The memory of the Attica Correctional Facility revolt has lingered throughout pop culture. Whether it was on the periphery of Best Picture nominee Dog Day Afternoon, inspiring a season-long story arc on Orange is the New Black, or as the direct subject of literature like Heather Ann Thompson’s acclaimed Blood in the Water, and in movies across cinema and TV. For our purposes, there have already been several documentaries about it, perhaps most notably Cinda Firestone’s 1974 doc Attica and Brad Lichtenstein’s Ghosts of Attica from 2001.

If you have seen all of these then it may feel like there isn’t much to say on the subject that dates back to September 9–13, 1971. And having only watched Firestone’s incredible and matter-of-fact feature some time last year (while unaware of a new titles being in the works), I did certainly remember many of this sorry saga’s painful and tragic moments. However, director Stanley Nelson and co-director Traci Curry have their own wealth of story to tell that makes for frequently fascinating storytelling...

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Thursday
Nov042021

What are Kristen Stewart's Five Good Films?

by Cláudio Alves

In the past decade, Kristen Stewart has come a long way. While her career started early and with great promise – while she was still a teenager – the actress' participation in Twilight movies soured the world's perception of her talent. It's unfair but, as of the writing of this piece, it seems to be over. With Pablo Larraín's Spencer, even the biggest Stewart skeptics have quieted, and she's on her way to a likely Oscar nomination if prognosticators are to be believed. All that and she also just got engaged to girlfriend Dylan Meyer, making this a time of great personal fulfillment as well as professional and artistic. Still, when looking back at her own filmography, it seems that the actress herself isn't as enamored with it as some fans might be…

In an interview about Spencer for The Sunday Times, Stewart said:

I've probably made five really good films out of 45 or 50 films. Ones that I go, 'Wow, that person made a top-to-bottom beautiful piece of work!

Reading this, I couldn't help but wonder what cinematic quintet she holds dear to her heart...

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Wednesday
Nov032021

Through Her Lens: An Introduction

A new series by Juan Carlos Ojano

Will any female directors be nominated this year at the Oscars? It's too early to say but sexism has been a long-standing problem in the history of cinema and the Oscars -- that's often reflected in who is invited to enter the canon and who is not. Year after year, films directed by women have been routinely ignored. Seeing five men in Best Director lineups during awards season has long been a given. Only seven women have been nominated for Best Director. Ever. Last season, though, featured what we hope will prove a turning point.

In this series, we will share an alternate list of five films directed by women per Oscar vintage, based on what was eligible. This is not to say that the films we'll cite will always be better than the ones nominated. Take this list more as a reminder that the work by women has always existed. That should be reason enough for celebration. This is Through Her Lens...

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Wednesday
Nov032021

BIFA Nominations: Is "Belfast" a David or a Goliath?

by Nathaniel R

In extremely good news for presumed Oscar frontrunner Belfast, they're still running as a "David" rather than a "Goliath" in the Oscar race. That's by way of a leading the British Independent Film Award nominations without truly hogging the spotlight since Kenneth Branagh's charming memoir film missed in the big categories like Film and Director. It still leads the nominations by way of across the board love in the craft categories. It's funny because we initially thought it might have the opposite problem at the Oscar. Yes, it's a period drama but it's not particularly flashy about its craft elements (beyond the black & white cinematography and the Van Morrison songscape). Tying it for most nominations, 9, is a continuous shot movie called Boiling Point by Philip Barantini.

Five other films also scored six or more nominations suggesting the juries had a small pool to choose from or only loved seven films. The Souvenir Part II, Censor, Ali & Ava, The Nest, and After Love were all obviously well regarded, too. A complete list of nominations and more after the jump...

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Wednesday
Nov032021

November's Streaming Roulette: The Harder They Fall at Block Parties and in Nightmare Alleys

HELLO NOVEMBER. You know the drill. We point out ten random titles that are brand new or new (again) to streaming and just for fun, freeze frame them at a totally random place in the scroll bar (no cheating - what comes up is what comes up). If there's a link in the long list after the selected titles it goes to previous articles on that film.

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THE HARDER THEY FALL (2021) on Netflix
Idris Elba (speaking, hovering over the fallen man) is the antagonist in this movie with Jonathan Majors as our outlaw hero (a rare hero named "Nat", yay!!!) in this all-star Black western. Love those long shadows. The cinematography here is by the super talented Romanian DP Mihai Malamaire, Jr (The Master, Jojo Rabbit, Youth Without Youth).

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