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Today’s consumers have more entertainment options than ever before thanks to technology and the explosion of new media outlets. That’s why Hollywood in Toto will help readers suss out the very best content across media. We all lead busy lives. Let’s consume only the highest quality movies, television shows and music with our limited leisure time.

Rosie O’Donnell’s Top 5 Offensive Quotes
5 years ago

Rosie O’Donnell’s Top 5 Offensive Quotes

Rosie O’Donnell returned to “The View” today after her tumultuous exit back in 2007. The stand-up comic and progressive activist joins a new “View” crew including actress Rosie Perez and …
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Will Press Ask Michael Moore About His Fake News Stories?
5 years ago

Will Press Ask Michael Moore About His Fake News Stories?

By  •  Movies

The most famous documentary director of the modern age just admitted he plants false stories in the press about his wealth.

Now, is that worth a follow-up question or two?


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HiT Rewind: ‘History of the World Part I’ (1981)
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5 years ago

HiT Rewind: ‘History of the World Part I’ (1981)

Mel Brooks’ 1981 film “The History of the World Part I” remains a not-so-subtle reminder of the comedy legend’s chops. “History” is Brooks at his bipolar best, delivering classic bits one moment …
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‘Farmhouse Rules’ Star Nancy Fuller Keeps Cooking, Show Business Real
5 years ago

‘Farmhouse Rules’ Star Nancy Fuller Keeps Cooking, Show Business Real

She’d like to learn how many cups, tablespoons and other basic measuring units she needs for her favorite recipes.

The instinctual chef returns to the Food Network Sunday for “Farmhouse Rules’s” new season …
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Guerrilla Guide to Crashing Telluride Film Festival
5 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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HiT Review: ‘The Drop’
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5 years ago

HiT Review: ‘The Drop’

“The Drop,” the actor’s final screen credit, doesn’t come close.

It’s intimate and brooding, unwilling to shed blood just for old time’s sake. In a way that’s why we’ll miss …
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Three Lessons We Learned from Making ‘Moms’ Night Out’
5 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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HiT Broadway Tour Review: ‘Pippin’
5 years ago

HiT Broadway Tour Review: ‘Pippin’

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“Pippin,” playing through Sept. 20 at The Buell Theater in Denver before its first road trip, deposits the classic story under the big top. That changeup works beautifully … for …
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‘Coffee Shop’ Director Decries Crass Rom-Coms
5 years ago

‘Coffee Shop’ Director Decries Crass Rom-Coms

Only no one labeled Capra’s films in that manner at the time.

“’It’s a Wonderful Life’ is a Christian movie at its core,” Johnson tells Hollywood in Toto. “In today’s …
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Michael Moore’s Voice Silent in Current Doc Scene
5 years ago

Michael Moore’s Voice Silent in Current Doc Scene

The far-left filmmaker once owned the documentary genre with hits like “Fahrenheit 9/11” and “Bowling for Columbine.” Back then, the documentary genre lacked populist appeal and struggled to get the …
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