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  • Timeless Television
    Timeless Viewing
    The past has become popular with period programing such as Downton Abbey set in the early 1900s of England. There are other treasures on the small screen that will take us back to days gone by, and we won't even need a time machine. Below is a...
  • Jason Isaacs and Writer/Director Nikole Beckwidth at Sundance 2015
    Sundance 2015: ‘Stockholm Pennsylvania’ spotlights female director and composer
    Jason Isaacs (“The Patriot”) and Cynthia Nixon (“Sex and the City”) celebrated their new film, “Stockholm Pennsylvania”, at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival premiere party last weekend in Park City, Utah. What...
  • A Most Violent Year
    A Most Violent Year: A Most Boring Month
    Written by Markus Robinson, Edited by Nicole I. AshlandMarkus Rating: 2 out of 5 StarsRated R for language and some violenceEven though it felt like I was in the theater for a year when watching “A Most Violent Year”, can anyone...
  • Scary Picture of the Week: From the Darkness
    Scary Picture of the Week: From the Darkness
    The Picture of the Week for this week is titled “From the Darkness,” and it evokes some of humanity’s darkest fears. Since primitive times, humans have feared large groups of unstoppable beings. Because of this deep-rooted fear,...
  • 'Bloodsucking Bastards' trailer #1 overview and commentary
    'Bloodsucking Bastards' trailer #1 overview and commentary
    Trailer Watch is a first reaction viewing of the featured trailer (by me) where I give some light commentary and opinions on it. Trailers are a big deal, they are the first real impression a movie has on people and can have a huge impact on its...
  • Minions movie poster
    Check out the 'Minions' Super Bowl ad and get ready to get naked
    We are still days away from the Super Bowl this Sunday, but today, January 28 we are already getting a sneak peak at some of the commercials we will be seeing that night. Besides big TV ads, special trailers for upcoming movies also frequent the...
  • Force Majeure
    Force Majeure: The woman is always right
    Written by Markus Robinson, Edited by Nicole I. AshlandMarkus Rating: 3 out of 5 StarsRated R for some language and brief nudityIn the tradition of movies like 2011’s “The Loneliest Planet”, the inciting incident of Sweden&rsquo...
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    Sundance Review: 'Results' is a Mixed Bag for Cobie Smulders and Guy Pearce
    The Results are decidedly mixed in Andrew Bujalski's new rom-com, a film about fitness gurus who can't find a way to be as in tune with their emotions as they are with their bodies. Compared to some of his "mumblecore" efforts,...
  • Mark Ruffalo
    Dossier Oscar: Best Supporting Actor: Mark Ruffalo
    It’s not so much that Mark Alan Ruffalo is your typical boy next door. He is your cool brother, your beer-drinking neighbor, your crazy uncle, your irresponsible but nice dad, and your faithful companion. In short, he embodies the person you...
  • Keet Davis
    Lead Lives His ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me!” Role
    A loving husband, a doting father and an intellectually curious man. Keet Davis is describing his lead role in the horror comedy “Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me!” But the 42-year-old husband and father could just as easily be...
  • #FaceOff: season 8, episode 3 "Let the Games Begin"
    #FaceOff: season 8, episode 3 "Let the Games Begin"
    Last night's episode took place in the historic Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, a national landmark that has hosted some of the largest sporting events in the world. This week's challenge, inspired by sporting events, takes its cues from ...
  • Molly Shannon at Kari Feinstein 2015 Sundance Style Lounge presented by Aruba
    Celebrities embrace Kari Feinstein 2015 Sundance Style Lounge
    The Kari Feinstein2015 Sundance Style Lounge presented by Aruba was the place to be in Park City, Utah, last weekend. To take you there, enjoy this celebrity recap that includes Sundance Film Festival news aboutRJ Mitte (“Breaking Bad”...
  • Info 101: Movieclips 264: What was and what should never be
    Info 101: Movieclips 264: What was and what should never be
    "PROJECT ALMANAC" from Paramount/Insurge opens Friday, January 30, 2015.STARS: Jonny Weston, Sofia Black D'Elia, Sam Lerner, Allen Evangelista, Virginia Gardner and Amy LandeckerDIRECTOR: Dean Israelite (debut)SCREENPLAY: Jason Pagan...
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    Review: 'Black or White' Takes a Clueless Approach to Race Relations
    Let's be frank about Mike Binder's interracial dramedy, Black or White; it's absolutely ridiculous in just about every way imaginable. Whether as a vehicle to talk about race relations or as a courtroom film about a tangled custody...
  • DVD/Blu-ray: 'Fury,' 'The Book of Life,' 'The Judge' among releases Jan. 27
    DVD/Blu-ray: 'Fury,' 'The Book of Life,' 'The Judge' among releases Jan. 27
    “Fury,” “The Book of Life,” “The Judge” and “Before I Go To Sleep” are among the notable DVDs and Blu-rays released Tuesday, Jan. 27, according to Blu-ray.com.“Fury,” starring Brad Pitt,...