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Power Rangers is a Fun, Dazzling Game-Changer

Power Rangers is a Fun, Dazzling Game-Changer

| March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

The 2010s has become a decade of nostalgia. Dozens of film and TV properties from 20 plus years ago have been revived, rebooted, or given an arguably unnecessary sequel. This newest venture into the age of reboots is none other than the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

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The Belko Experiment is an Entertaining Look at Human Nature in Extreme Conditions

The Belko Experiment is an Entertaining Look at Human Nature in Extreme Conditions

| March 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a twisted play on a spoken hypothetical fantasy of most office works, director Greg McClean creates a tense situation as 80 white collar employees are trapped in their remote office building by an unseen force. Their mandate by this unknown malevolence; to kill each other or risk being killed themselves without a struggle. What […]

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John Barrowman’s Big Bad Garage Sale

John Barrowman’s Big Bad Garage Sale

| March 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are many reasons people unload their belongings: the Spring-cleaning bug hits and they choose to sell off unwanted bric-a-brac, philanthropy may drive their desire to raise money for a charity, or they’ve recently had a birthday and are now reevaluating what is meaningful to them. When it comes to CW star John Barrowman’s Big […]

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Beauty and the Beast: Advance Movie Review + Los Angeles Premiere Pictures

Beauty and the Beast: Advance Movie Review + Los Angeles Premiere Pictures

| March 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

In 1991, Walt Disney Pictures graced movie screens across the globe with what would become one of their most beloved classics. In addition to grossing over $145 million in its initial release, Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” made history by becoming the first full-length animated film to be nominated for the coveted Academy Award for […]

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Kong: Skull Island is One of the Most Ambitious Monster Movies of the Last Decade

Kong: Skull Island is One of the Most Ambitious Monster Movies of the Last Decade

| March 13, 2017 | 1 Comment

Kong: Skull Island is finally a monster movie worthy of the King of the Apes. Kong, who has been a monster movie staple since his first iconic appearance in 1933, has been in countless movies over the decades but many have chosen to simply retell the same story again and again. Skull Island is a […]

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Brimstone is a Triumph

Brimstone is a Triumph

| March 9, 2017 | 0 Comments

Before comic book superheroes blasted their way into multiplexes worldwide, movie audiences would enter the theater giddy with anticipation over the next big western.

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What to Watch: Tribeca Film Festival 2017

What to Watch: Tribeca Film Festival 2017

| March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

With spring slowly emerging before our eyes, the most exclusive film festival surfaces back onto the NYC scene: Tribeca Film Festival (TFF). As the festival enters its 16th year, it isn’t holding back on the films that are slated to premiere.

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BRÅVES Release Debut Album

BRÅVES Release Debut Album

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

LA trio BRÅVES have released a debut album that blends beautiful pop/rock melodies with unique instrumentation, all the while keeping their identities a mystery. 

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“Good Grief” Makes an Amazing Debut at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

“Good Grief” Makes an Amazing Debut at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Life is something most of us often take for granted. We never think about how quickly it can be ripped from us, and when it is taken from someone we love we shut ourselves completely down, locking our drive to live our own lives away. Ngozi Anyanwu’s “Good Grief” which opened at the historic Kirk […]

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Table 19 is Entertaining but Forgettable

Table 19 is Entertaining but Forgettable

| March 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

It is said that director Jeffrey Blitz took nearly two years to get the screenplay down for his film Table 19, and it is apparent with the many directions that this film takes that he was likely in a few different places as he tried to piece it together. However, is that enough to water […]

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