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Interview by Paul Salfen Star-crossed lovers Tulika (Tanya Maniktala) and Amrit (Lakshya) find their clandestine relationship jeopardized after Tulika’s family whisks her aboard the Rajdhani Express bound for both New Delhi and an arranged marriage. But commandos Amrit and his friend are far from willing to let fate dictate their story. They embark on a
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Review by Paul Salfen This is Paul Salfen with your KLAK Movie Minute. On Netflix this week is Beverly Hills Cop: Axel F, the sequel fans have been waiting 30 years for - and thankfully it delivers. That said, it may deliver more for those seeking that nostalgia factor and they'll get it with Foley, Rosewood, and
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Review by Paul Salfen https://www.amfm-magazine.tv/wp-content/uploads/2024/07/Kinds-of-Kindness.m4a This is Paul Salfen with your KLAK Movie Minute. In theaters now is Kinds of Kindness, the quick follow-up to last year's Poor Things, which won Emma Stone an Oscar and cemented Yorgos Lantimos as a totally unique and reliable filmmaker possibly ready for the masses - well, maybe until
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https://www.amfm-magazine.tv/wp-content/uploads/2024/07/Quiet-Place-Day-One.m4a This is Paul Salfen with your KLAK Movie Minute. In theaters this weekend is other returning animated favorite with Despicable Me 4. You're probably thinking where could this possibly go that the other three and two Minions movies haven't gone but somehow this one manages to still be a little fresh and fun. It's
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First Lady Bishop Donna Martin, Nika King,  Bishop W.C. Martin and Demetrius Grosse  talk about hope and the power of prayer in this interview with Paul Salfen, as well as their wish for the powerful message of SOUND OF HOPE: THE STORY OF POSSUM TROT. The fight for kids begins July 4. Inspired by the
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https://www.amfm-magazine.tv/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/Quiet-Place-Day-One.m4a This is Paul Salfen with your KLAK Movie Minute. In theaters this weekend is A Quiet Place Day One, the reboot of the dystopian creature invasion flick that finds more people running and quietly hiding from these blind alien creatures that kill everyone they hear as they can't see. The smart ones only move
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It's "bigger, bolder and more dramatic." Blue Lights is an authentic, gripping and darkly funny drama about ordinary people doing an extraordinary job in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Grace, Annie and Tommy are growing up fast as police officers, but nothing can prepare them for the turmoil they face every day. It’s a year since the
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