Opening Friday in New York and Los Angeles, Miles Ahead features Don Cheadle as jazz legend and fearless innovator Miles Davis. Cheadle also directs and co-writes this refreshingly unsparing and compelling look at one of music’s most complicated artists, with Ewan McGregor and Emayatzy Corinealdi offering solid supporting work as music journalist Dave Braden and Davis’ loving wife Frances Taylor.
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Now playing in select theaters, Lolo centers on Violette (Julie Delpy), a 40-year-old woman who has carved out a successful career in the fashion industry and is also a loving mother to her self-absorbed son Lolo (Vincent Lacoste).
When computer software creator Jean-René (an engaging Dany Boon), enters Violette’s life, a bond immediately forms between the lovers. Unfortunately, Lolo has designs to ruin their budding union, wreaking tons of havoc in the process.
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The Battle Rounds are over and it’s time to thin The Voice herd once more. While the singers have relied on their coaches’ song choices so far, in the Knockout Rounds they have more of a say in what they sing. And when you get this far, there aren’t really any weak singers, so song choice and command of said track can go a long way in deciding who advances. Not to mention, taking risks can generate big rewards or seal your fate. So who plays it safe, who takes a chance and who will be left standing? Night 1 of The Voice Knockout Rounds starts here: Continue reading “The Voice Knockout Rounds Night 1: Ladies First as Hannah Huston + Alisan Porter Thrive”
Movies such as The Others, The Sea Inside, and Open Your Eyes (which was later remade by Cameron Crowe with Vanilla Sky) has showcased the storytelling acumen of filmmaker Alejandro Amenábar, and his latest film Regression hits Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand May 10.
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Tom Hiddleston takes on own of his most challenging (and what one would assume more gratifying) roles to date with I Saw The Light, a first rate biopic on the complex life of transcendent country singer/songwriter Hank Williams (Tom Hiddleston). The film opens in select theaters (NY/LA) on Friday, March 25.
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With just a precious few spots left on each coach’s roster, the final night of The Voice Blind Auditions will send a lucky few onto their next competition. As we head into Night 4, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams have used up their steals, leaving Christina Aguilera to choose which of tonight’s contestants she wants to add to her team. So let’s get into the final night of The Voice Blind Auditions: Continue reading “The Voice Blind Auditions, Night 4: Brittany Kennell, Laith Al-Saadi Lead the Night”
It’s a new week, but we’re now well into The Voice Battle Rounds. Who will survive? Who will the coaches use their final few steals on? And who will wow enough to top The Voice rankings? Lets get into the latest Voice Battle Rounds: Continue reading “The Voice Battle Rounds, Night 3: Adam Wakefield, Alisan Porter Come to the Forefront”
The new (and funny) sitcom Crowded centers on Mike (Patrick Warburton) and Martina (Carrie Preston) whose dreams of an empty nest are put on hold after their daughters (Miranda Cosgrove, Mia Serafino) move back home and Mike’s parents (Stacy Keach, Carlease Burke) decide not to retire in Florida. During our interviews with Warburton and Preston, they talked about t heir own family journey.
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Warren Oates was a favorite of directors Sam Peckinpah (Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia, The Wild Bunch) and Monte Hellman (Two-Lane Blacktop, Cockfighter) and now the character actor will be spotlighted thanks to Cinelicious Pics with the re-release of the 1960 thriller Private Property. The 4K restoration of the feature premieres at the 7th Annual TCM Classic Film Festival, which runs April 28-May 1st in Hollywood.
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Along with being the Senior Pastor of The Potter’s House, T.D. Jakes is also a bestselling writer, screenwriter, and producer. Jakes’ latest producing effort, Miracles From Heaven, is the inspiring true story of Anna Beam’s (Kylie Rogers) courageous fight against an incurable disease. Jennifer Garner co-stars as Anna’s mother Christy Beam.
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