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This is a treat for the whole family! Nick Offerman reads the Mark Twain classic, Tom Sawyer, available on Audible and Amazon.

From “Scarface,” “Midnight Express,” Natural Born Killers,” “Wall Street,” “JFK,” “Nixon,” “W,” and “Platoon” to this month’s release, “Snowden.” Oliver Stone has been one of the most provocative writers and directors in movie history. Also one of its most lauded, […]

The story deepens in the music-driven sequel to the global smash hit “Descendants,” as the teenage sons and daughters of Disney’s most infamous villains — Mal, Evie, Carlos and Jay (also known as Villain Kids or VKs) — try to […]

“If your show doesn’t have a white Bronco or a dragon in it, go home now.” Jimmy Kimmel was joking in his opening monologue at this year’s Emmy Awards, but it was funny because it was true. Once again, the […]

NPR reports on an app created by a teenager to help other teens with one of the most agonizing challenges of middle school and high school — finding a place to sit at lunch. She told NPR Pretty much, kids […]

Angelica Jade Bastién is one of my favorite critics, and her essays on film are always insightful and thought-provoking. For Vulture, she wrote about the increasingly sensitive and authentic portrayal of mental illness on television. And she calls out the […]

Brett Dalton (“Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”), Anjelah Johnson-Reyes (Bon Qui Qui), Neil Flynn (“The Middle” and “Scrubs”), WWE’s Shawn Michaels, and D.B. Sweeney (“The Cutting Edge”) star in “The Resurrection of Gavin Stone,” a faith-based film about a former child star […]

The first film to be based on the work of best-selling author and spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle is “Milton’s Secret,” a thought-provoking story about purpose, presence, family, and integrity.  Milton (William Ainscough) is a 12 year-old boy growing up in […]

Critic Jacob Oller has an excellent essay on the summer movie season of 2016. The films predominantly focused on white dudes (The Nice Guys, Nine Lives, Popstar) had the most trouble finding their audience — even when they were good movies. Well, […]

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