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2015 Sundance Film Festival: The Games Maker

An amazing story full of surprises starts when the little Ivan Dragó (David Mazouz), wins a contest with “Grand Prize” turns out to be a simple transfer; the indelible mark will be linked to a destiny of intrigue and adventure. 64 more words

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Underrated and Under-Appreciated: Olive The Other Reindeer

This holiday season, and really every holiday season, TV gets inundated with Christmas movies. There are the old stand-bys, the weird Rankin Bass claymation movies (Year Without a Santa Claus, Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, etc), the classics (White Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, It’s A Wonderful Life) and the newer animated and live action Christmas movies (The Grinch, Polar Express, The Muppet Christmas Carol) and every year thousands of people look to ABC Family and their 25 Days of Christmas to see their favorites. 1,268 more words

Underrated And Under-appreciated

Hard Rain

Starring: Christian Slater, Morgan Freeman, Minnie Driver, Randy Quaid, Ed Asner, Betty White
Directed By: Mikael Solomon

Mikael Solomon basically got banished to TV after Hard Rain, so you’d expect a film that was literal crap. 197 more words

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Scrooge 27: Christmas Carol 1997- Tim Curry

I’ve told this story before on the blog but let me repeat it one more time.  When I was a little girl there was this restaurant called Shoney’s by our house and when we would drive by it my Grandmother would always say ‘Shoney’s, it’s not that bad”.  953 more words

Christmas Carol

Jim Parsons Gets Us Into The Spirit In This Clip From 'Elf: Buddy's Musical Christmas'

NBC would undoubtedly love to have a little of the ratings magic that Jim Parsons and the well-paid cast of The Big Bang Theory score each week for CBS, so that might be why the Peacock cast the Emmy-winning actor to provide the lead voice in an animated holiday musical. 120 more words


California Success!

Ed Asner recently finished a run November 19th-23rd at the Laguna Beach Playhouse, where he starred in our production of Dore Schary’s FDR.  As you would expect, he did very well and got a lovely review in The Orange County register: 115 more words

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