With the severe lack of new releases the weekend after Thanksgiving — movie studios must think everyone is stuffed and no one goes to movies for a week — I decided to review a film that opened in limited release shortly before Thanksgiving, one that will certainly be a subject of conversation as we inch closer to awards season.
Hugo is one of the rare movies I’d actually recommend seeing in 3-D as opposed to the traditional 2-D version. It has all the elements of a good flick — top-notch acting, a good story, and, most of all, it’s extremely appealing visually.
Amici Opera Company has had numerous homes since forming in 1998, but founder and impresario Raffaele Tudisco hopes he’s come across a more permanent spot.
She’s been cast in The King and I, a show that’s always been one of her favorites, and in a role she’s always wanted to play.
Mortality isn’t one of my favorite subjects, but thankfully The Descendants injects quite a bit of humor in the morose tale of life, love and death.
All the world’s a stage for soap star Robert Newman, who will have a long engagement at the Bristol Riverside Theatre.
Just in time for the holiday when we give thanks and eat lots of yummy food is the movie that makes Thanksgiving a holiday to be dreaded. That is if you a have a loud-mouthed twin sister named Jill.
Bill O’Reilly, godfather of “no spin” and in-your-face television, and Dennis Miller, five-time Emmy Award winner and the king of references and rants, are teaming up at the Borgata in Atlantic City on Saturday Nov. 26, for their Bolder and Fresher Tour.
The Charlie Gracie documentary Fabulous, which is being re-released at Cannstatter’s, will include more than a dozen never-before-seen interviews and footage.
Musician John Faye is aware of the superstition when seeing the time 11:11 on a digital clock.