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Daily Archives: July 18, 2019
More of a dogs guy myself. Still, it always felt like the perfect Christmas musical. Always. No sense “opening it up,” trying to improve or remove the theatricality. Like “Rent,” it is beloved just as it is.
Another feather in the longevity cap of the ’80s most iconic movie star. Next year,Top Gun AARP comes to theaters. Good on him.
Quite the summer and fall for Mr. Brad Pitt. Tarantino and sci fi. Quite the one two punch. Sept. 20.
Husband and wife Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara star in “Bottom of the Ninth,” a “second chance” romance that get swallowed by the generic and generally dull baseball story it’s wrapped in. Manganiello plays a ballplayer sent to prison for … Continue reading