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Documentary movie review: Joni Mitchell – Woman of Heart and Mind

Documentary movie review: Joni Mitchell – Woman of Heart and Mind

Stephanie Bennett directed this beautiful portrait of the incredible poet and singer, Joni Mitchell, a “true poet,” the voice of an era. Using more than just her performances, the director has woven a true tale that reveals a human life…

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Book Review of Being Jordan: My Autobiography

Oh, it’s a juicy and guilty pleasure to be able to quickly read all about Price’s relationships in Being Jordan: My Autobiography, from her first serious, albeit much older and allegedly abusive boyfriend, to her dalliances with race car driver…

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Movie flashback: ‘Moon’ – refreshing journey back To Sci-Fi past

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Watching Moon feels like discovering a lost film from the 1970s. With such striking resemblances to films like Silent Running and Soylent Green, and little in common with much of modern sci-fi, it paradoxically feels both old and new. The…

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Movie review: Despicable Me is despicably funny

Despicable Me

Gru, voiced by Steve Carrel, is no ordinary super villain. He is that quintessential creature who wants to be bad but discovers his latent goodness deep inside. In these types of situations his goodness can usually be found in his…

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Movie review – Sherlock Holmes faces Death

Sherlock Holmes faces Death

In 1940 Universal Studios bought the rights to Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories and cast Basil Rathbone as Holmes and Nigel Bruce as his loyal companion, Dr. Watson. The first three movies in the series, made early in World War…

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Comic film review: I Can Do Bad All By Myself

Comic film review: I Can Do Bad All By Myself

An outspoken grandmother named Madea Brown (Tyler Perry) catches three young delinquents looting her home and confronts their only relative – a scandalous aunt – about their crime. Aunt April (Taraji P. Henson) displays a variety of self-destructive behaviors, including…

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Flashback documentary – Who Was Jesus?

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The Discovery channel feature documentary Who Was Jesus? Set out to trace the scientific evidence for the real life of a man that would be heralded by his followers and future Christians as the son of God. This article provides…

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Flashback Review: Satan’s Rats – What A Bunch of Rodents

Satan's Rats - What A Bunch of Rodents

The story of Satan’s Rats begins in Evesham, Worcs, U.K. with four guys and some very average 1977 demos that sound like muffled, Saints-tinted classic rock. But What A Bunch of Rodents tacks these recordings of historical interest onto the…

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A Guide To Parenting Teenagers From Book Review

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“If you want respect, give respect.” Parenting Teenagers Parenting Teenagers is a book that is part of a larger system of parenting known as STEP (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) which started in 1976, growing from a book called Raising…

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Black Panther Movie Review

Black Panther

Black Panther is revolutionary but not so good. It is the first flick in Marvel Cinematic Universe that features black protagonist and not just another superhero movie. Ryan Coogler becomes the first African-American movie-maker to create on a Marvel megaphone.…

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