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Interview: Angelina Jolie and the Cast Talk Unbroken

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 21 - 2014 0 Comment
Unbroken press conference

Admirably putting your own dreams and aspirations aside to gallantly serve your country and defend the freedoms and liberties that it offers you is a praiseworthy decision not many people have the courage to make. But one World War II veteran and prisoner-of-war, Louie Zamperini, held off on continuing his quest to break Olympic track records after his participation in the 1936 Berlin games, proved his humility and dedication to America when he did just that. The USC student decided to put his dreams on hold to enlist and become an Army Air Corps Bombardier and Second lieutenant. The struggles of the battle-weary-yet-defiant POW, who became a beacon of hope  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES

Blunda Surrender Single Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 21 - 2014 0 Comment
Blunda Surrender Single Review

Artist: Blunda Single: Surrender Production: Written, Played, Recorded and Mixed by Andy Blunda; Mastered by Hans Dekline at Sound Bites Dog Mastering Reflecting on your most gratifying and agonizing experiences can be a powerful motivator as you not only strive to achieve your most enthralling life-long desires, as well as prove your sincere genuineness in your goals, but to also reestablish important connections, and show your determination in improving yourself. Acclaimed guitarist Andy Blunda, who first garnered attention when he played with Fastball during their height of fame in the late 1990s, is proving his storied history touring with various bands throughout his career has powerfully prepared him for his  [ Read More ]

Categories: MUSIC, MUSIC REVIEWS, REVIEWS

Poker Night Movie Review 2

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 20 - 2014 0 Comment
Poker Night Movie Review

Title: Poker Night Director: Greg Francis Starring: Beau Mirchoff, Michael Eklund, Ron Perlman, Ron Eldard, Titus Welliver, Giancarlo Esposito, Corey Large and Halston Sage Engaging in numerous and versatile attempts to emulate the success of respected professionals in your field, as you try to achieve your own accomplishments in your newly launched career, is a major key element in prevailing in your job. But following in their triumphs can also help in protecting your life in dire situations. The protagonist in Greg Francis’ feature film writing and directorial debuts, the action crime thriller, ‘Poker Night,’ creatively and determinately relied on the powerful advice he garnered from his new colleagues. He  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, REVIEWS

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Movie Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 19 - 2014 0 Comment
Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb Movie Review

Title: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Director: Shawn Levy Starring: Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais, Rebel Wilson, Ben Kingsley, Skyler Gisondo and Dan Stevens People often easily embrace the natural and intriguing relationships in their lives, and can start taking advantage of the belief that their connections will never be affected by anything in the world around them. It’s not until their beliefs and ideals change, due to their natural maturing and reactions to challenges around them, that they are finally forced to contend with the knowledge that everyone has to let go of those they love at some point. That relatable  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, REVIEWS

Interview: Liv Ullmann Talks Miss Julie (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 15 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Liv Ullmann Talks Miss Julie (Exclusive)

Overcoming challenging adversities to fully realize and achieve your goals and find fulfillment can often become a daunting experience for many people to overcome. Academy Award-nominated actress Liv Ullmann made her triumphant return as a writer and director with the new drama, ‘Miss Julie,’ after last helming effort, the romantic drama, ‘Faithless,’ was released in 2000. ‘Miss Julie,’ which is based on August Strindberg’s 1888 play, captivatedly allowed Ullmann to fully infuse her adaptation with her relatable views about the ever-changing dynamics between classes in society in the independent film that was filmed entirely in 28 days. The drama also grippingly chronicles how both men and women can uninhibtedly capture  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES

Inherent Vice Movie Review (2014 New York Film Festival)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 13 - 2014 0 Comment
Movie Review Inherent Vice

Title: Inherent Vice Director: Paul Thomas Anderson Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Katherine Waterston, Josh Brolin, Owen Wilson, Jena Malone, Eric Roberts, Michael K. Williams, Serena Scott Thomas and Christopher Allen Nelson Not all creative and vibrant ideas or explorations into the possibilities of securing the happiest and most luxurious lifestyle possible are meant to last forever. That intriguingly relatable and important life lesson is enthrallingly presented in writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson’s new crime comedy-drama, ‘Inherent Vice.’ The movie, which had its world premiere this past October at the 52nd New York Film Festival, intimately exposes the fall of the bohemian lifestyle that Southern California thrived on during the 1960s. Through Joaquin  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS
The Daring Post-apocalyptic Love Story of Turbo Kid to World Premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival

The action adventure-powered world of BMX is set to be splattered in blood and romance in an alternate, post-apocalyptic future in the upcoming film, ‘Turbo Kid.’ The EmaFilms, T&A Films and Epic Pictures Group movie is set to have its World Premiere at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival in Park City during the Midnight section. ‘Turbo Kid’ was written and directed by the group Roadkill Superstar, which is also known as RKSS and comprises of Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell. “We always envisioned ‘Turbo Kid’ to be like some lost crazy kid’s movie from the 1980s that’s somehow has just been rediscovered,” the group said. “We wanted a  [ Read More ]

Keep Telling Yourself It's Just a Game as Ouija is Unleashed on Home Entertainment

A group of teens have accidentally unleashed a dark power from the other side, as ‘Oujia’ is set to be released on home entertainment. The horror movie, which marks the feature film directorial debut of Stiles White, is set to be released on Digital HD on January 13, 2015. The movie will then receive a Blu-ray Combo Pack release, which includes a Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD with UltraViolet, as well as an On Demand unveiling, on February 3 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The following Bonus Features that will exclusively be featured on ‘Oujia’s Blu-ray include: ‘The Spirit Board: An Evolution’: Journey back in time and trace the history  [ Read More ]

After the Fall Movie Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 8 - 2014 0 Comment
After the Fall Movie Review

Title: After the Dark Director: Saar Klein Starring: Wes Bentley, Vinessa Shaw, Jason Issacs and Haley Bennett Archetypal and unfulfilling stereotypes of the true meanings of success and the American dream often plague many areas of society, from achieving high goals in a person’s career to conforming to the ideals of a typical family. The harrowing process of trying to achieve professional and personal success is grippingly showcased in the new crime drama, ‘After the Fall,’ which marks the feature film directorial and writing debuts of filmmaker Saar Klein. The main character in the helmer’s initial movie is initially presented as a relatable, hard-working family man who’s striving to provide  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, REVIEWS

Interview: Lindy Booth Talks The Librarians (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 8 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview-Lindy Booth Talks The Librarians

Trying to recognize and value your own self-worth and realizing that your true personality leaves a meaningful impact on the people and situations around you can be a challenge, especially when you think your impressive talents are alienating you from the rest of society. That continuous internal struggle is grippingly chronicled in the new adventure television series, ‘The Librarians,’ which is currently airing on Sunday nights at 8/7c on TNT, particularly through the gripping performance given by Lindy Booth. The actress portrays the highly intelligent Cassandra, who has rebuffed her gift of synesthesia (the ability to link all five senses to her memory). Cassandra’s disdain for her gift rose after  [ Read More ]

Interview: Rebecca Romijn Talks The Librarians

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 7 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Rebecca Romijn Talks The Librarians

Struggling to contend with drastically shocking situations that you never expected, or are unprepared, to encounter in your life can be a life-defining moment many people face as they strive to find their true meaning and purpose. That difficult endeavor is a prevalent theme throughout tonight’s series premiere of the adventure drama, ‘The Librarians,’ which debuts at 8:00 pm Eastern/Pacific on TNT. The show, which is based on the network’s original film trilogy, ‘The Librarian,’ that stared Noah Wyle in the title role, shifts the focus of the franchise to Colonel Eve Baird. The NATO counter-terrorism agent, who’s played by Rebecca Romijn, is a skeptic of magic; she’s trying to  [ Read More ]

Life Partners Movie Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 6 - 2014 0 Comment
Life Partners Movie Review

Title: Life Partners Director: Susanna Fogel Starring: Leighton Meester, Gillian Jacobs and Adam Brody The closest and truest childhood friends often find a way to maintain their relationships, despite the peer pressure and struggles they often face together in school. Learning to contend with those personal challenges in their relationships at a young age can also teach them how to overcome the perplexing adversities they face throughout their 20s, as they search for professional and romantic fulfillment together. First-time feature film director Susanna Fogel reteamed with Joni Lefkowitz, her co-star, scribe and producer from their television series, ‘Joni & Susanna,’ to comically write about those struggles in their new independent  [ Read More ]

Categories: NEWS

Take Care Movie Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 4 - 2014 0 Comment
Take Care Movie Review

Title: Take Care Director: Liz Tuccillo Starring: Leslie Bibb, Thomas Sadoski, Marin Ireland, Nadia Dajani, Michael Stahl-David, Michael Godere and Betty Gilpin Fiercely holding onto a sense of independence as you struggle to overcome physical and emotional setbacks is an intensely powerful ambition many women strive to achieve throughout their lives. Despite the offers of support they receive from their friends and family who wish to help them during their painful recovery process, maintaining that freedom often allows women to feel as though they have control over what’s happening to them. New York City producer Liz Tuccillo strikingly showcased that fact with the new comedy-drama, ‘Take Care,’ which marks her  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, REVIEWS
Black or White's Official Trailer Chronicles the Custody Battle Between Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer

Kevin Costner and Octavia Spencer have embarked in a custody battle in the new official trailer in their latest film, ‘Black or White.’ Relativity Studios, which has just released the movie in a one-week qualifying run in L.A., has unveiled the drama’s trailer. The clip showcases a child’s maternal grandfather and paternal grandmother as they embark on their own respective legal pursuits to assume care for their beloved granddaughter, and how in two seemingly different worlds, nothing is as simple as black or white. The ‘Black or White’ trailer follows Costner’s character, Elliot Anderson, as he tells his granddaughter, Eloise (Jillian Estell), to make sure she brushes her teeth, and  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS, VIDEO

Interview: Wes Bentley Talks Pioneer (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On December - 3 - 2014 0 Comment
Interview: Wes Bentley Talks Pioneer (Exclusive)

Often times, the most exhilarating way to effectively tell an intriguing story that’s set against captivating stunts is to feature an enthralling protagonist who’s relentlessly searching for a truth, which threatens their ability to understand their actual reality. That chilling fine line between the hero completely giving into their paranoia, and their ability to discover the true conspiracy, is also often highlighted in their interactions with a number of potential antagonists. The protagonist’s persistent quest to uncover the true moral and ethical dilemmas during the Norwegian Oil Boom 30 years ago is intriguingly presented in Norwegian co-writer-director Erik Skjoldbjaerg’s new thriller, ‘Pioneer.’ The filmmaker worked with Norwegian actor Aksel Hennie,  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES

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