Monthly Archives: July, 2017

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By Bears Fonte ``...an enjoyable active viewing excursion`` Greg Zglinski’s surreal marital drama ANIMALS captures a couple at the crossroads of their relationship, a time when to people seem to be willing to consider what their life would be like with or without their spouse.  Sometimes, those considerations play out on screen as abductions, murders
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Gary Oldman's amazing transformation into Winston Churchill is nothing short of amazing. Gary Oldman stars as Winston Churchill in director Joe Wright's DARKEST HOUR, a Focus Features release. Within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill (Academy Award nominee Gary Oldman) must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring
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Review by Christine Thompson WGN's original drama UNDERGROUND: SEASON TWO has released season 2 on DVD today by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.  The series, which portrays a young America in the throes of unrest and change brought about by brave abolitionists is a reimagining of Harriet Tubman's (played by Aisha Hinds) Underground Railroad along with
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Interview by Carla Sanchez Taylor (RiPple PuDdle) He can’t be replaced, but we still have the songs. By Carla Sanchez Taylor (RiPple PuDdle)The term ‘revolution’ has an etymology that can furthest be connected to the movement of celestial bodies. The legendary musician, Prince, fearlessly collected star musicians to lead the movement of popular music into
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By Christine Thompson Oliver Stone's interviews with Vladimir Putin and the deposed Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych show the current troubles of  Ukraine are rooted in how the resource-rich country and logistically important city Odessa has long been eyed as an asset by more powerful countries, who constantly seek to control/use/conquer the region for their own purposes.