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  • MOVIE REVIEW:  'Little Boy' is the melt your heart film of the year
    MOVIE REVIEW: 'Little Boy' is the melt your heart film of the year
    Leave it to Executive Producers Roma Downey and Mark Burnett to bring us the “melt your heart film of the year” with writer/director Alejandro Monteverde’s "Little Boy." Set in a small coastal California town in the...
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    Entertainment Spotlight: ‘The Dark Knight Returns’
    With a lot of buzz in the air right now over the recently leaked and then released teaser for next year’s ‘Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice,’and the resulting arguments of who would win or that it would be no contest, many are...
  • 'The Avengers' Easter eggs 'Age of Ultron'
    'Avengers: Age of Ultron' marathon: 'The Avengers' Easter eggs
    “The Avengers.” It’s all been building to this, the culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase One. The Avengers are introduced, and assembled, setting the stage for Phase Two. S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury ...
  • 'Ex Machina' review:  Capacity for humanity
    'Ex Machina' review: Capacity for humanity
    Novel writer-turned screenplay adapter-turned film director, Alex Garland (writer behind the superb “28 Days Later…”) has worked his way through the entertainment industry to finally have control over his own film, and it is...
  • Consumer power can change Hollywood for the good
    Consumer power can change Hollywood for the good
    On April 25, Mojo Box Office reveals that after the opening night release that "Little Boy" (the lovely movie that inspires those who see it to desire the wonder, innocence, and faith of a little child) is already number eight at the box...
  • Into the Further
    Venture into the world of 'Insidious 3' with the Into the Further 4D Experience
    Anyone who has seen the “Insidious” movies will tell you: The Further is really, really not somewhere you want to go. To quote Elise Reiner (Lin Shaye): “The Further is a world far beyond our own, yet it's all around us, a...
  • 'Breach' is well-worth seeing
    'Breach' is well-worth seeing
    For the most part, movies about law enforcement agencies focus on crime fighting, and the crimes have been committed by someone external to the institution in question. But sometimes, the criminal can be an insider and when that is the case, the...
  • Ex Machina
    'Ex Machina' Movie Review
    It’s rare for a science fiction movie these days to actually make important observations about society in an intelligent manner. Alex Garland’s directorial debut ‘Ex Machina’ manages to capture future shock with solid...
  • Charley Chase
    DVD Review: Becoming Charley Chase (2009)
    In his day, Charley Chase was one of the more popular comedians in films, his work extending from the early days of silent pictures through the golden age of 1930s sound comedy. He worked at Mack Sennett’s Keystone, with Hal Roach...
  • Isabella Rossellini in 'Green Porno Live!"
    Isabella Rossellini is coming to the San Francisco Int'l Film Festival
    Isabella Rossellini will be a featured guest at the San Francisco Int'l Film Festival (April 23-May 7) and the subject of a new documentary "Isabella Rossellini's Green Porno Live" by Judy Shapiro that screens April 26-27 in the...
  • Kim Longinotto to receive 'Persisistence of Vision Award'
    San Francisco International Film Festival honors filmmaker Kim Longinotto
    The 2015 San Francisco International Film Festival will be held April 23 through May 7. This is the 58th edition of the event and 181 films will be screened—features, documentaries, shorts and special events.This year the "Golden Gate...
  • Letchworth State Park once the home of William Pryor Letchworth
    William Pryor Letchworth - A Man for All Seasons
    The story of Letchworth State Park and the Shaker Village at Groveland are entwined forever in the history of New York State and to bring this era and interesting man to life a special lecture is planned.On Monday, April 27th, M E Messere well...
  • Ex Machina
    'Ex Machina' reveals the dark side of humanity
    The visually entrancing new film, “Ex Machina” by writer-turned-director Alex Garland (“28 Days Later”) revisits a classic sci-fi trope (artificial creation becomes self-aware) with a heavy bit of style and two scoops of...
  • Kevin Pollak
    'Misery Loves Comedy' premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival
    Tribeca Film Festival presented the New York premiere of "Misery Loves Comedy," an American Express Card Member Only Event at The SVA Theater on Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Jim Norton, director Kevin Pollak and Lewis Black were in...
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    First Official Look at Jared Leto as the Joker in 'Suicide Squad'
    The obsession many have had with Jared Leto since he was named as the Joker inSuicide Squadhas been a little insane. Every blurry, barely recognizable set photo featuring the tiniest glimpse of the actor (oh my God he's pale and thin and has...
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