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Made with full support of Bob Marley's family, One Love shimmers with love and adoration toward the reggae icon who left the world too soon. But if you don't know much about the superstar who left an …
Casey Affleck is so good at portraying a sort of world weariness, the type that looks like it will make you buckle and fall to your knees on a bad day. As Donnie Emerson, he’s a guy that has made a ca…
I'm not sure what a great Whitney Houston movie would look like. Like so many before, she was an extremely talented and massively successful artist whose drug abuse ended up destroying her at too youn…
I had very high, if measured anticipation for Baz Luhrmann's Elvis. The trailer dropped at a time that I (like most of the world) was positively thirsting for some big-screen, old-fashioned Hollywood …
It was kind of presumptuous that anyone would dare think of remaking the Oscar-winning classic West Side Story. Not even a reimagining, but more like a massage of the original: same songs, same late 1…
When I saw director Stephen Chbosky's name revealed in the trailer for Dear Evan Hansen, I clutched my heart. Chbosky made the fantastic movie The Perks of Being a Wallpaper in 2012, impressively adap…
My knowledge of the band Sparks started with the new wave hits “Angst in My Pants” and “Eaten by the Monster of Love” (featured in the 1982 film Valley Girl), and ended with the pop confection “Cool P…
Hollywood loves a good downward spiral tragedy, especially when it involves a celebrity, real or imagined. The beautiful and talented disintegrate in full public view, from drugs, alcohol, or self-des…
Once upon a time, a group of extraordinarily talented young musicians married traditional Irish music with a punk rock attitude helping to revitalize a wounded Ireland’s international popularity in th…
A couple years ago, I abruptly lost my hearing as a strange side effect to a sinus issue. I was probably only hearing at a level of about 20%. Co-workers would tell me that they would said hi to me, b…
As a teen, no one wants to be second fiddle to their sibling, or, in the case of Juliet (Sydney Sweeney), second piano. Juliet and her twin sister Vivian (Madison Iseman) are both senior students at a…
You remember that trailer, right? The one that instantly set the Internet a’blaze with gasps of horror, hilarious memes and near-unanimous “what were they THINKING?!?!”s as the world caught its first …
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