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Top 5 Realistic, Unrealistic War Movies
3 years ago

Top 5 Realistic, Unrealistic War Movies

Hollywood keeps trying all the same, both to sell tickets and, in some cases, honor the men and women of the U.S. military who sacrifice so much for their fellow citizens.


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Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Killing Patton’ Peddles Warmed Over Facts
3 years ago

Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Killing Patton’ Peddles Warmed Over Facts

“Killing Patton: The Strange Death of World War II’s Most Audacious General” landed in bookstores in late September and instantly climbed to the top of the bestseller lists. No doubt O’Reilly …
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Great Science Fiction: More Than Meets the Eye
3 years ago

Great Science Fiction: More Than Meets the Eye

Or is it because these elements fuse seamlessly together to tell a metaphoric story larger than simply what’s happening on screen?

Since the release of the first “Matrix” movie 15 years …
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Sexy Horror Movies … from a Female Perspective
3 years ago

Sexy Horror Movies … from a Female Perspective

Obviously, the answers from the men may differ from the women, as ample studies show we are wired differently when it comes to making us “tingle down there.” The stereotypes are …
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‘Highway to Dhampus’ Captures Heartland Film Festival’s Mission
3 years ago

‘Highway to Dhampus’ Captures Heartland Film Festival’s Mission

At first glance, the film seems to center on each character’s struggle to adapt to their new surroundings … and each other.

But I hope that in its simple beauty, …
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Confessions of a Horror Film Festival Volunteer
3 years ago

Confessions of a Horror Film Festival Volunteer

I was working at the ticketing table at the time, and one of the volunteers asked if I wanted to watch “The Woman.” If you’ve seen this film, you may recall …
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‘Chef’ Cooks Up Authentic Tale of Food Truck Life
3 years ago

‘Chef’ Cooks Up Authentic Tale of Food Truck Life

Much like Favreau’s character Carl Casper I rose through the restaurant ranks to eventually own my own food truck and then a brick and mortar spot, all under the same name …
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‘Project Enye’ Gives Voice to First Gen Latino Americans
3 years ago

‘Project Enye’ Gives Voice to First Gen Latino Americans

In that moment of storytelling, I had a realization. It was so profoundly personal for me that I began to scribble notes on a half-damp napkin. I kept writing for …
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Guerrilla Guide to Crashing Telluride Film Festival
3 years ago

Guerrilla Guide to Crashing Telluride Film Festival

The Saturday morning sun radiated down into the valley, illuminating every tree and rooftop with a glow that could only strengthen our conviction that it was going to be an …
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Three Lessons We Learned from Making ‘Moms’ Night Out’
3 years ago

Three Lessons We Learned from Making ‘Moms’ Night Out’

I believe this was the year of the Christian film. Honored to stand beside movies like “Heaven Is for Real,” “God’s Not Dead” and “Son of God.” Amazing to see how …
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