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Film and TV

‘Blinded by the Light’: A Brilliant Tribute to the Boss

“Blinded by the Light” reminds all of us to not let the world get us down.
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Tarantino Sends His Love to Hollywood in His Biggest Box Office Opening Yet

A film that mixes fiction with reality, “Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood” stands apart from the rest of the reboots and remakes currently flooding movie theaters.
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The Year of the Musical Biopic

These blink-and-you-miss-them genres will always be a part of film. Right now, we’re in the era of the musical biopic.
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Looking Back on Avatar: The Last Airbender

We all have a tendency, whether we admit it or not, to look back on the past with rose-colored glasses.
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The Downfall of Game of Thrones

The final season makes me wish I had stuck to my anti-”Game of Thrones” convictions.
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Eight Blazin’ 4/20 Movies

To commemorate this stoner holiday, here’s a list of movies about weed and its related adventures, perfect for a night spent with the munchies.
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Profiling Peter Saraf: The Man Behind Little Miss Sunshine

A producer's reflections on the Oscars, mainstream movies and following his passion for film.
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Michael B. Jordan Highlights This Year’s SBIFF

The 34th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival showcased some of Hollywood’s biggest stars along with award-winning short films and documentaries.
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In Photos | Santa Barbara International Film Festival

The annual film festival welcomed dozens of celebrities.
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Beatlemania Hits Pollock Theater

Most recently, Pollock showed “A Hard Day’s Night,” and Beatles fans of all ages made an appearance to the sold-out screening.
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‘Vice’ Puts Dick Cheney On the Silver Screen

“Vice” is a far cry from any other biopic of the time period, and, quite frankly, should not be compared to other dramatizations of political events or careers.
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Jonah Hill Kickflips Into Our Hearts with ‘Mid90s’

Hill was able to create a skate movie without any of the generic tricks and references that frequently plague the genre.
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‘Halloween’: In Review

“Halloween” having yet another sequel at this point kind of just sounds like having another “Paranormal Activity.”
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Tom Hardy Delivers Stellar Performance in ‘Venom’

Even if you don’t particularly enjoy the film, I’d highly recommend staying for the scene during the closing credits.
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Yes, You Should Go See ‘A Star Is Born’

Bradley Cooper, who also directed and produced the film, plays disenchanted country singer Jackson Maine in earnest, performing all of the songs and even earning a few writing credits on the soundtrac...
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