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Fantastic Beasts
Movie ReviewMovies

It’s been five years since audiences bid adieu to Harry Potter and friends in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, and little has happened to dampen the love for the wizarding world author J.K. Rowling created. This year already brought the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which

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Ghostbusters
Movies

  Let’s get the important stuff out of the way. Yes, the Ghostbusters reboot features an all-female team, causing quite a few to bash the film sight unseen with claims their childhood will be ruined because it isn’t four males this time around. It’s safe to say that nobody’s childhood will be

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The Walk
Movie ReviewMovies

THE WALK: Watching Philippe Petit’s 1974 high-wire walk across New York’s Twin Towers in 3D is unbelievable. The rest? Not so much.

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run & jump
Film FestivalsMoviesTFF

The Tribeca Film Festival is just around the corner! Find out what movies I’m most looking forward to.

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that's what she said
FeaturesMoviesThis Chick's Flicks

Dear Readers, Today’s quickie recommendation—a type of post that I’m just going to call a “Quickie” from now on, because I love sexual innuendo and double entendres—features a movie that reaches a new zenith among chick flicks (at least those that I’m familiar with). Not only was it written and

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InterviewsMovies

I had the pleasure of spending last week becoming well acquainted with That’s What She Said, an uproariously funny film about three chicks who aren’t afraid to tell you what’s going on up here, down there, and everywhere. Over the course of three days, I researched the film (which, by the way,

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TVTV Recaps

As with many of Louie’s two-part episodes, each installment examines a different side of a particular issue. In Part One, it’s mostly about Louie’s quest for love and though we meet this girl, it’s all presented through his point of view. We don’t really get to know her until the

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NewsTV

Of all the recurring themes to pop up in Louie, the one that C.K. seems to gravitate towards the most is his character’s love life — or more specifically, lack there of. This is no coincidence, considering C.K. got divorced from his real life wife in 2008, and event that

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FeaturesMoviesVideo Vault

Future criminals pay attention, this week Video Vault stakes out Woody Allen‘s 2000 crime-comedy Small Time Crooks.  This is a very simple and fun movie that I have always enjoyed, but nobody else seems to have seen.  Allegedly, it is a remake of 1942’s Larceny, Inc., but Allen has never

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MusicNews

As apart of the American Express Unstaged series — which previously brought us collaborations from Arcade Fire/Terry Gilliam, The Roots and John Legend/Spike Lee, Duran Duran/David Lynch, and My Morning Jacket/Todd Haynes — Jack White will be performing at Webster Hall in New York City on April 27 at 9

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NewsTV

In a weekend where I saw Cabin in the Woods, the 8-seeded Los Angeles Kings take a 3-0 series lead over the Vancouver Canucks, the best team in the NHL, and made not one but TWO pizzas for a potluck without burning the house down, this was the craziest thing:

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TVTV Recaps

This generation of young people exiting college and being tossed out into the real world is largely misunderstood. Even I, as a member of this group/club/cult, cannot bolt down exactly what our deal is. We don’t even have a proper name like the Baby Boomers or Generation X had. The

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MoviesNews

Holy advance ticket sales, Batman! The final installment of Nolan’s caped crusader epic won’t open until midnight July 19, but advance seatings for IMAX theaters are already disappearing faster than you can throw a batarang.  Few theater seats are left in San Francisco, and Los Angeles and New York already

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