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Monthly Archives: April, 2014

Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” Continues Cinematic Human Project

In anticipation of director Richard Linklater's "Boyhood," my neurotic mind drifts to last year's "Before Midnight" press conference. The "Before" stories, which detail the...

C.J. Harris Reflects On “Amazing” American Idol Journey

On last night's "American Idol," we said goodbye to C.J. Harris, and even though he tried to finish his rendition of "Can't You See"...

‘Salem’ Sneak Peek: “The Stone Child” Walks On Sunday

Last week's "Salem" pilot was a rather bewitching debut, especially if you love the manipulative tendencies of the show's main character, Mary Sibley (Janet...

‘Bettie Page Reveals All’ Bares Documentary Soul On DVD

Documentary filmmaker Mark Mori met Bettie Page through his entertainment attorney back in 1996. After reading the biography Bettie Page: The Life of a...

‘For No Good Reason’ Delves Into Ralph Steadman’s Artistic Journey

"For No Good Reason's" main selling point as a documentary is the interaction between Johnny Depp and Ralph Steadman, the British artist who's...

Kate Upton Forms Bikini Bond With ‘The Other Woman’ Co-Stars

Even though she's one of the world's top supermodels, Kate Upton must have felt a twinge of intimidation after landing a co-starring role in...

Kristin Cavallari & Orly Shani Talk ‘The Fabulist’ & Orange Lipstick

When you're a middle-aged sap like me, a show like "The Fabulist" is informative and, if I ever decided to look presentable in public,...

Taylor Kitsch Goes Fishing With ‘The Grand Seduction’

Former Friday Night Lights actor Taylor Kitsch, after starring in such high profile projects as John Carter, Battleship, and most recently Lone Survivor, will...

Blu-Ray Review: ‘The Invisible Woman’ Is A Tale of Two Dickens

Recently released on Blu-ray, The Invisible Woman (111 minutes, Rated R) centers on the life of Ellen Ternan (Felicity Jones), an 18-year-old woman who...

‘Heaven is for Real’ Journey Inspires Thomas Haden Church

Signs are supposedly everywhere, but sometimes we need a few life events to push us in certain directions. If our antennas are just tuned...

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Erika Alexander Talks Color Farm Goals And Producing ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

John Lewis: Good Trouble, directed by Dawn Porter (Trapped, Gideon's Army) is an insightful and immersive look at the life of...

Review: ‘Nobody Knows I’m Here’ With Jorge Garcia Is An “Indie Gem”

Now streaming on Netflix, Nobody Knows I’m Here is a promising feature debut by Gaspar Antillo. The film centers around Memo,...

David Zayas Talks ‘Force of Nature’ Production And ‘Dog Day Afternoon’ Memories

Actor David Zayas (Dexter, Body Cam) is the main antagonist in the Puerto Rico set action thriller Force of Nature. John...

Suzi Quatro Premieres ‘Suzi Q’ With Cherie Currie And Kathy Valentine

Suzi Quatro's artistic legacy is in full display with the compelling and uncompromising documentary Suzi Q. Folks who pre-order the film...