Fifty-six-year-old TV icon Simon Cowell and his rapier wit (I don’t know if it’s really “rapier,” but I just wanted to use the word) are back stateside with season 11 of America’s Got Talent. Though Howard Stern will be missed, Cowell, who created AGT back in 2006, should bring a different element to the show.
Continue reading ‘America’s Got Talent’ Sings Its Way To New Heights On Season 11
Since JoJo Fletcher had the temerity (or is it the decency?) to give Santa Claus (I refuse to call this bachelor by his real name!) a rose on the first episode of The Bachelorette, it’s safe to assume this season is bound to go sideways sooner than later. But who knew the insanity would start to boil as early as episode two?
Continue reading The Bachelorette Ep. 2: JoJo Fletcher Lands A Firefighter, Experiences The Chad
Cinema, at its creative best, offers more than a superficial display of a narrative, and though it can be seen as a bright and bubbly comedy, director Frank Tashlin’s “Susan Slept Here” (97 minutes) is a subtly beguiling (and if you love Debbie Reynolds, bewitching) experience.
Continue reading Blu-ray Pick: “Susan Slept Here” A Subversive Comedy From Warner Archive
I may be one of the only people on Earth who hasn’t seen Finding Nemo, but I just wanted to share the trailer to Finding Dory, which was just released this morning via Ellentube.
Continue reading New ‘Finding Dory’ Trailer Arrives Via Ellentube!
I’ve seen several seasons of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette in sum, so I’m far from an expert on the reality series. My last time checking in on this universe hosted by Chris Harrison was during Ashley Hebert’s season, so my knowledge of JoJo Fletcher is marginal at best.
Continue reading The Bachelorette Ep. 1: JoJo Fletcher Impressed With Jordan Rodgers
And here we are. It’s the finals performance night on The Voice and all four vocalists have plenty of chances to help you decide who to vote for (or who not to vote for if they slip up). But as we’ve seen throughout the season, there is some serious talent here and after the performances, you’ll find very few slips. All four competitors brought their A games, which should make Tuesday’s revealing of the winner at least interesting. Continue reading The Voice Finals: Three Shots, Few Misses
Now available for pre-order on iTunes and Vudu, My Father’s Vietnam centers on the experiences of three men who served in the Vietnam War. Director Soren Sorensen initially started the project to learn more about his own father’s (Peter Sorensen) experiences in the military, and what evolved over last decade turned into something much larger than originally intended. Hollywood Outbreak talked to Soren Sorensen about his experiences in making My Father’s Vietnam, a subtly crafted documentary which gives voice to three brave and honorable men who served their country.
Continue reading Exclusive: ‘My Father’s Vietnam’ Interview With Director Soren Sorensen