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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.

HiT Rewind: ‘Fletch’ (1985)
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4 years ago

HiT Rewind: ‘Fletch’ (1985)

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Movies like “Jumping Jack Flash,” “Brewster’s Millions” and “The Golden Child” leaned heavily on their stars because their scripts were negligible – or worse.

“Fletch” didn’t require someone like Chevy …
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HiT Movie Review: ‘The Song’
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4 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
4 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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4 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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Obama Lost ‘Key & Peele’ in ObamaCare Fight
4 years ago

Obama Lost ‘Key & Peele’ in ObamaCare Fight

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Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, the minds behind the Comedy Central sketch show, turned their series into an unofficial wing of the president’s PR team.

While Jay Leno was roasting Obama, …
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‘Believe Me’ Shows Maturation of Faith-Based Filmmaking
4 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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Add ‘Neighbors’ to Parade of Greek Life Hijinks
4 years ago

Add ‘Neighbors’ to Parade of Greek Life Hijinks

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Movies from “Animal House” to “Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama” take a less than charitable look at these institutions.

So pitting a married couple against some fraternity punks in …
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Oxygen’s ‘Investment Club’ Banks on Entrepreneurial Pluck
4 years ago

Oxygen’s ‘Investment Club’ Banks on Entrepreneurial Pluck

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Oxygen is prepping a rebranding effort to kick off Oct. 7. Part of that mission is to bring 13 original shows to the network aimed at young, multicultural women. One …
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Will ‘South Park’ Slam Redskins Fans or PC Critics?
4 years ago

Will ‘South Park’ Slam Redskins Fans or PC Critics?

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The Comedy Central series returns at 10 p.m. EST tonight with an episode digging into the football team’s politically incorrect name. Cartman starts a company called The Washington Redskins in …
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‘Pioneer’ Trailer Teases More Big Oil Bashing
4 years ago

‘Pioneer’ Trailer Teases More Big Oil Bashing

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The 2011 reboot of the felt-covered franchise dubbed its bad guy Tex Richman, a sleezy oilman played by Chris Cooper.

From “Promised Land” to “Syriana,” Hollywood often looks critically at …
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