The age of the bitter, drag you through the mud divorce is over. At least it would appear that way in some celebrity circles. Several of the more publicized divorces in recent years have been uncontested, or “amicable.” Here’s a look at some of our most beloved couples, who didn’t force us to choose sides.
Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow, one of the most stable seeming spotlight sharing couples, broke their union with grace. They even went on a post-divorce vacation together, after presenting the public with the perfect neologism to describe their state of “conscious uncoupling.”
Pilfering diamonds is a great way to make a buck. Think about it: in order to snatch a significant amount of loot, by robbing a bank for instance, you need a lot of people carrying a lot of bags. Cash is really bulky, and gold is just too darn heavy. Diamonds on the other hand, are incredibly compact and relatively lightweight. Just a handful of the right ones could yield somewhere in the 7 figure range. As a result, a lot of people have attempted (and gotten away with) stealing diamonds; for instance the $136 Million in such stones stolen from The Carlton Hotel in Cannes last year. Hence, anything that people do in real life that is both cool and illegal, a movie gets made about it. Here are the top ten best Diamond Heist flicks of all time.
To Catch A Thief (1955)
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Cary Grant, Grace Kelly