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Today’s audiences don’t just watch movies at the local cineplex. They screen them on their laptops, tablets and smart phones as well. The genres may be different, but Hollywood in Toto looks at entertainment value first and foremost when helping you pick the best movie for your favorite media player.

Top 5 Disturbing Horror Movie Dolls
5 years ago

Top 5 Disturbing Horror Movie Dolls

The horror film “Annabelle” found its inspiration from a doll first seen in the 2013 hit “The Conjuring.”

The film was based on the exploits of a real husband and …
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EconPop’s Andrew Heaton Uses Humor to Promote Free Markets
5 years ago

EconPop’s Andrew Heaton Uses Humor to Promote Free Markets

That same man whips out his smart phone and shares an EconPop video extolling the free market via “Ghostbusters” clips … well, that’s a different story, says Andrew Heaton.

The …
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‘Chef’ Cooks Up Authentic Tale of Food Truck Life
5 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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HiT Movie Review: ‘Believe Me’
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5 years ago

HiT Movie Review: ‘Believe Me’

It’s a spiritual second cousin to “The Book of Mormon” which similarly mocks the faithful but with a sweetness that undercuts the humor.

“Believe Me” isn’t nearly as funny – …
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HiT Rewind: ‘Day of the Dead’ (1985)
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5 years ago

HiT Rewind: ‘Day of the Dead’ (1985)

Director George A. Romero’s “Day of the Dead,” the 1985 shocker which wrapped his original “Dead” trilogy, predates the AMC series by more than two decades. Its vision of a …
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HiT Rewind: ‘Fletch’ (1985)
5 years ago

HiT Rewind: ‘Fletch’ (1985)

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The ’80s boasted some of the better comic actors in modern times, from an in-his-prime Eddie Murphy to rising star Robin Williams.

Films from the era often asked too much …
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HiT Movie Review: ‘The Song’
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5 years ago

HiT Movie Review: ‘The Song’

“The Song” fills that gap, showing a rock star torn between road temptations and what he assumed was the love of his life.

The drama doesn’t sugarcoat its spirituality. Audiences weaned …
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5 Reasons Leonardo DiCaprio Needn’t Worry About the Climate
5 years ago

5 Reasons Leonardo DiCaprio Needn’t Worry About the Climate

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If you have not seen Leo’s speech, it’s quite a remarkable dramatic performance – and we should expect nothing less from the star of “Critters 3” and other fine films. …
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Hit Movie Review: ‘The Equalizer’
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5 years ago

Hit Movie Review: ‘The Equalizer’

The Oscar winner doesn’t always pick the freshest projects, but he rarely makes out and out duds. His reunion with “Training Day” director Antoine Fuqua, “The Equalizer,” is just such a …
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‘Believe Me’ Shows Maturation of Faith-Based Filmmaking
5 years ago

‘Believe Me’ Shows Maturation of Faith-Based Filmmaking

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Some of the criticisms are well earned, while others reflect the industry’s unease when it comes to religion.

So the plot of “Believe Me,” opening nationwide and on VOD services …
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