A fun new film made for dreamers of all ages Imagine a place where there is no suffering, greed, corruption or disease. A place that not only looks futuristic, but is the one place left where anything is possible. It sounds like a dream right? Well not in this new movie from Disney that […]
Don Draper would not buy the world a coke…but not for the reasons you think.
In Manhattan, Woody Allen shows a weak, but tender, side of masculinity.
Kermet Apio says farewell to comedic genius Dave Letterman.
The fight over the new Mad Max is about more than sand-box rage.
“Burlesque is a beautiful thing,” says the King, Russell Bruner. Alison Tedford slowly reveals all the humor and sexuality in this timeless art form.
With old elements that make the series great and new worlds and challenges to keep players on their toes This game was released in North America in 2012, and was one of the first big games for the Nintendo Wii U. It expands on many of the elements found in Super Mario Bros Wii, which […]
How does Don Draper reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century? Adam Garone, CEO and Co-Founder of the Movember foundation, gives his insights.
There are those who believed that BB King wasn’t the world’s greatest guitar player, including the man himself.
Fury Road gives us the greatest action hero in years, but it’s not Max. It’s Furiosa.
Netflix’s upcoming Ridiculous 6 isn’t the first time Sandler has gotten into trouble. _____ By Feliks Garcia Adam Sandler’s latest film nobody will watch, the Spaghetti Western spoof Ridiculous 6, received some unwanted attention last month when a dozen Native American actors walked off set in response to offensive, racist depictions of their people in […]
The spirit that helped Noah Galloway learn to dance is also helping him boldly meet challenges he encounters in life.
Thomas Hinton’s photographs, and what we can know about his life from other sources, give a rare glimpse into the life of someone suffering a mental illness at the turn of the 20th century.
This year’s surprise hit at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books wasn’t a book. It was a talk by Tavis Smiley about renowned author Maya Angelou.
A remake that is full of non-stop adrenaline pumped action This was a film that was hard to tell by the trailers if it was going to be any good. Without Mel Gibson, it seemed like Hollywood was taking a big risk making a new Mad Max, especially after such a long time. This is […]
The new Netflix comedy “Grace and Frankie” is ostensibly a show about the coming out of two septuagenerian men (played by Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) and the fallout of their divorces from their wives (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin). Yes, a sexual identity crisis triggers the show, and an animated wedding cake opens the show as if it will be a dramedy farce; but the meat of the story is really about how two women come to terms with loneliness and betrayal in their old age. It is challenging, often hilarious, and incredibly bold.
The sequel to the first ‘Pitch Perfect’ with elements old and new to make it a fun film for fans This is a sequel to the first Pitch Perfect which came out in 2012 and was all about a sorority of women who made acapella singing very popular in colleges across the country. They […]