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Patriots Day strikes the right blow for heroes rising from the terror

The heroes rose immediately from amid the victims that horrible sunny April morning at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, and Patriots Day does one hell of a job reminding us all about how high they had to climb from that gut punch. 594 more words


We all won because these Hidden Figures reached for the stars

The nation was full of hope and fears in so many ways back in 1961 when these folks at NASA were busting butt to keep up with the Russians, a President on small screens seen by huge groups voicing dreams and concerns as fragmented groups wondered if they could come together to accomplish this greater good. 713 more words


The Biggest Problem With Movie Theater Popcorn Is Now Solved

This story originally appeared on Entrepreneur.

Bric Simpson was a genuine movie buff: He hit the theater about five times a month. That also made him attuned to the finer points of snacking, and he had some problems. 854 more words


Gosling, Stone sing, dance their way into a faraway La La Land

Director and writer Damien Chazelle wastes not one moment to let everybody know La La Land is going to bring everybody back to the days when Hollywood musicals were big, bold and bright. 482 more words


The type of Office Christmas Party you either run to or from is back on the big screen

Directors Josh Gordon and Will Speck bank on the well-worn reputation of the office Christmas party to drive home the romp and camp in this holiday comedy they’ve fashioned from a story and script turned out by six (!) writers. 476 more words


The elusive Warren Beatty applies his rules to recluse Howard Hughes

No doubt he’s an odd duck, but wildly intelligent.

That much I was certain of even before my dear wife Karen and I took in the Black Friday 6:50 p.m. 641 more words


When it comes to alien movies, Arrival attempts to communicate new things

Are they here to help us or are they here to hurt us?

That’s the crux of Arrival from the start to finish of the 1-hour, 56-minute science fiction offering from director Denis Villeneuve and screenwriter Eric Heisserer. 322 more words