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Going to the Movies Over the Thanksgiving Holiday: Is It for You?

Thanksgiving overflows with traditions shared by households around the country — from extended families flying in to see loved ones to carving the delicious and well-prepared turkey to watching football after an incredible meal. One Thanksgiving tradition shared by some, but perhaps not as discussed as much as some others,…

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‘Justice League’ Delivers, But Without a Superhero-Sized Punch

LOS ANGELES, November 18, 2017 – DC Comics latest film, Justice League flew into theaters nationwide over the weekend, but it hardly stands up compared to ‘Batman v. Superman.’ The action-packed, superhero driven film features the standard superhero and villain dynamic. Villains are here to destroy, heroes are here to…

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Three Signs Hollywood Could Be Changing for the Better

Saying Hollywood needs a change in its power structure at this point in time is like saying plants need water to grow. A series of revelations about alleged sexual abusers such as Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey have opened the floodgates to many other stories and allegations from people who…

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Three Movies in Theaters That Conservatives Should See

Many conservatives and right-of-center thinkers are no doubt feeling alienated from Hollywood and its mainstream output right now. The box office , and that’s largely because of poor output, a lack of original ideas, too many aggressively liberal stars, and . There are, however, still many artists who are creating…

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Sandra Bullock to Play Texas Democrat and Abortion Zealot Wendy Davis in ‘Let Her Speak’

Former Texas State Senator Wendy Davis will soon be portrayed on the big screen by actress Sandra Bullock. The woman who won a Best Actress Oscar for “The Blind Side” in 2010 now plans to highlight the 2013 anti-abortion bill filibuster that made Ms. Davis – and her pink running…

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Kevin Spacey Eradicated from Ridley Scott’s Kidnap Thriller ‘All the Money in the World’

On the same day that another accuser came forward with sexual misconduct allegations against Kevin Spacey, news broke that the actor would be completely cut out of an upcoming film. Not only that, but filmmakers would also take the extraordinary step of replacing Spacey with another actor, even when the…

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Review: All-Star Cast Struggles to Keep ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ on Track

“MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS” – 2½ stars – Kenneth Branagh, Penelope Cruz, Johnny Depp, Judi Dench, Willem Dafoe, Leslie Odom Jr., Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Josh Gad; PG-13 (violence and thematic elements); in general release “There is right. There is wrong. There is nothing in between.” Hercule Poirot’s clear-cut…

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Franklin Theatre to Show ‘The Battle of Franklin’ Sunday

The Franklin Theatre on Sunday will screen the 2007 Emmy-award winning documentary The Battle of Franklin. After the rare showing of the Civil War film, there will be a brief panel discussion on the historic battle, the making of the movie and preservation efforts. Produced and directed by Robert Lee…

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