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Daily Archives: April 4, 2015
There have been better, more thorough documentaries about the seminal rock band The Who. “The Kids are Alright” set the standard back in ’79, and “Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who” seemed to fill in the gaps of that … Continue reading
That famous crack that “Nobody ever went broke UNDER-estimating the tastes of the American public has been true in spades at the box office this year. “Fifty Shades”? Bad. Big hit. “Home.” Weak. Robust box office numbers. And now the … Continue reading
Adam “Ad-Rock” Horovitz remembers his first “whippersnapper moment.” The once-and-future Beastie boy, 48, was at an outdoor concert in Brooklyn a while back. “There were these kids hanging out next to us,” Horovitz recalls. “One guy next to us was … Continue reading
The novelty alone makes “Beyond the Mask,” a rare faith-based film pitched as a swashbuckling action picture set during the American Revolution, worth a look. It’s got piracy, revolution and ordinary men battling against the original “Too Big too Fail” … Continue reading