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    What’s On TV?- Wednesday (1/15/2020)- Premieres and Returns Aplenty

    With the holidays passing and the regular television schedule in full swing, many shows are coming back. The most notable shows returning to regular programming and/or premiering new seasons are “The Goldbergs,” “Good Trouble,” “Grace and Frankie,” “The Magicians,” “Nancy Drew,” “Schooled,” and “S.W.A.T.” There are also a few series premieres, most notably “68 Whiskey,” […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Tuesday (12/10/19) – Will Ferrell Brings Holiday Cheer in ‘Elf’

    Tonight is full of Christmas-themed pictures including today’s pick. But for those who aren’t ready to jump into the holiday festivities, we’ve still got you covered. PICK OF THE DAY: “Elf” (AMC) at 8:00 PM EDT “Elf” is a holiday classic bound to put viewers in the Christmas spirit. The story follows Buddy (Will Ferrell), […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Kingsman: Golden Circle’ Goes Over The Top With Fun

    Action sequels are a dime a dozen at the movies today. The film industry is currently reeling from a summer that was stuffed with too many sequels no one wanted. This sequel mentality is what led to the record low summer box office. After the original “Kingsman: Secret Service” became a runaway $400+ million global […] More

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    Top 10: Best Spies in the Movies

    It takes a lot to have a license to kill. The spy genre goes back even farther than the first James Bond film in 1962. The genre is still just as popular today. Case in point, this weekend is chock-full of spy movies. “Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” finds Tom Cruise trying to clear his […] More

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    TV Review: “Inside Amy Schumer” Season 4 Premiere (★★★)

    The season 4 premiere of “Inside Amy Schumer” could not have come at a more auspicious time (especially considering the tragic passing of music iconoclast Prince earlier today), it comes off the heels of its star having a stellar year in 2015 – writing, producing and starring in her own comedy last summer, “Trainwreck” – […] More

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    Six Spot: Best Actress in a Leading Role (2015)

    Welcome back to Six Spot!  Click the link if you want to read back issues of Six Spot, but if you’re new, the concept is easy: Who just missed an Oscar nomination?  Who was #6?  Who has the dubious position of being the Six Spot? In the triumphant return, I wanted to continue the tradition […] More

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    Academy Idol Top 13 Voting Open! Directors Week is the Theme!

    The Academy Idol Top 13 finalists were announced on the last episode of the Awards Circuit Power Hour podcast based on the votes of the entire readership.  It’s time to turn your attention to voting once again for your favorites to stay in the competition.  The theme for this week is: Directors. The thirteen finalists […] More

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    Oscars: Predicting the Narrative with Golden Globes and SAG Guesses

    The Hollywood Foreign Press Academy is an eclectic bunch.  As we constantly speculate about the Oscar conversation, the Golden Globes have become equally as important in not just predicting nominees/winners, but giving artists a platform to kick-start their road to the podium.  It’s important to gauge the temperature about what they could cite for the […] More

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