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Seven Gunn reviews "The Greatest Showman" on ChicagoNow

The Greatest Showman is a great disappointment of sorts. Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, Zach Efron, and Zendaya are all wonderful actors and actresses, but the screenplay by Jenny Bicks and Bill Condon didn’t do these fine folks the justice they deserve! 48 more words


Seven Gunn reviews "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" for ChicagoNow

The Disney trailer provides fantastic highlights from Star WarsThe Last Jedi. It doesn’t spoil too much of what needs to be revealed and I think one will be pleasantly surprised on how this all plays out. 21 more words


Seven Gunn reviews "Darkest Hour" and "The Disaster Artist" on ChicagoNow


Darkest Hour (2017) highlights the brilliance and tenacity of Winston Churchill, one of the greatest men in history. This film focuses on the abrupt appointment of  Churchill (Gary Oldman) as prime minister of Great Britain after Neville Chamberlain (Ronald Pickup) had been ousted from his position during World War II. 177 more words


Seven Gunn reviews "The Florida Project" for ChicagoNow

Writers Sean Baker and Chris Bergoch (from award-winning film, Tangerine) impart another amazing story. This time they tackle the issue of the homeless residents and community in  65 more words


Seven Gunn reviews "Blade Runner 2049" and "Battle of the Sexes" on ChicagoNow


Blade Runner 2049 is a sequel to a groundbreaking, legendary, sci-fi epic film that interprets innovative worlds of the interconnected weaving of man, machines, and the vastness of space and time. 130 more words


Jim Ryan on Riot Fest, Bobby Heenan and Surprising Toxic Toast

In addition to doing traffic for us, Jim Ryan writes about music for The Daily Herald and his Chicago Now blog “Chicago At Night.”

In this conversation with Nick Digilio he recaps Riot Fest, talks about his interview with WWE star Bobby Heenan and shares a fun story involving… 51 more words

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