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Williams-Paisley makes a strong case for ‘Darrow & Darrow’

Williams-Paisley makes a strong case for ‘Darrow & Darrow’

July 23, 2018


Filed under Television

Kimberly Williams-Paisley weighed all the evidence, talked to all the pertinent people and finally passed judgment. She ruled in favor of playing legal eagle and master mom Claire Darrow again in the Hallmark Movie and Mysteries movie “Darrow & Darrow: In the Key of Murder.” The cable production, whi...

A powerful story of order and disorder pulls you directly into the heart of ‘Baltimore Rising’ on HBO

A powerful story of order and disorder pulls you directly into the heart of ‘Baltimore Rising’ on HBO

November 21, 2017


Filed under Television

By Robert Lloyd Los Angeles Times (TNS) Actress Sonja Sohn, who played Det. Kima Greggs on “The Wire,” has made a beautiful documentary film, “Baltimore Rising,” about the city that show was set in. It premiered Monday on HBO, also the network of “The Wire.” Set mainly among official...

iPic Entertainment and Netflix Partner on Upcoming Release of Select Original Films

October 17, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Movies, On Netflix

Partnership Kicks Off with The Siege of Jadotville, Starring Jamie Dornan and Guillaume Canet Christopher Guest’s ‘Mascots’ is First-Ever Showing on the Big Screen at iPic Fulton Market at Seaport District NYC Starting on October 13 NEW YORK, October 6, 2016 – iPic Entertainment, the na...

Netflix Orders Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It (The 1st Spike Lee Joint Feature Film) To Series

September 20, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Movies

The 10-episode series is a contemporary update of Spike Lee's revolutionary debut independent film. She's Gotta Have It centers on Nola Darling, a Brooklyn-based artist in her late twenties struggling to define herself and divide her time amongst her Friends, her Job and her Three Lovers: The Cultured...

Hollywood posts second-strongest summer ever at domestic box office

Hollywood posts second-strongest summer ever at domestic box office

September 9, 2015


Filed under Movies

By Saba Hamedy Los Angeles Times (TNS) LOS ANGELES — It’s official: 2015 is now the second-strongest summer ever at the domestic box office. Summer movies, which kicked off May 1 and wrapped up on Labor Day, ended up grossing $4.48 billion in the United States and Canada this year. That haul is...

With Critic-Driven Film Festivals In Spotlight, Let’s Pause To Focus On Big Picture

With Critic-Driven Film Festivals In Spotlight, Let’s Pause To Focus On Big Picture

April 23, 2015


Filed under Entertainment

By Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune (TNS) Should film critics run their own film festivals? I’m conflicted on this one. The practicalities feel a little gummy, a little sticky, but many say the results are worth it. It’s the right time to ask the question, whichever side of the rapidly deter...

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