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Movie Thoughts 4-18-2014

There is talk of a Mrs. Doubtfire sequel.  It is apparently not a joke.  Of course if people go and the movie makes money, this won’t seem like such a terrible idea. 176 more words


Devon Franklin Explains the Recent Success of Black Films

Devon Franklin wear a lot of hats. He’s a pastor and husband to actress Meagan Good but he’s, notably, also an executive with Columbia Tristar Pictures. 128 more words

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La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty) Review

Dir: Paolo Sorrentino

Writers: Paolo Sorrentino and Umberto Contarello

Starring: Toni Servillo, Sabrina Ferilli, Carlo Verdone, Giovanna Vignola

Jess Cahill

From day one at university we were taught that when writing a script you trim the fat, keep it short and only have information that is essential to the character development and story. 261 more words


"Heaven is for Real" hits the big screen

Are you a fan of Christian movies? Then you might get excited on what’s on the queue.

Todd Burpo’s bestselling book “Heaven Is for Real,” which tells the story of how his son said he traveled to heaven while seriously ill, has been adapted as a movie.   147 more words



Clocking in at a brisk runtime of 93 minutes, DOM HEMINGWAY is a curious film that somehow manages to be both too ambitious and too short at the same time. 583 more words


For Carmen

When I moved my site over I had planned to have new content as much as possible. This month escape from me but there was a reason. 423 more words


The "Frozen" sisters break animated box office records

This week we found out Disney’s “Frozen” has become the highest-grossing animated film of all time, beating Toy Story and other giants with over $1 billion in ticket sales. 356 more words