‘Close-Up’ gives a good look at local talent in this year’s Philadelphia Independent Film Festival.
It’s just the way they planned it — or, at least, the way they hoped it would be.
Super 8 is an example of what a good summer popcorn flick should be like. Nostalgia. A little suspense. An adolescent romance. Loud, clanging metal and big, booming explosions.
“Listen!” Kevin Eubanks stressed to the young musicians gathered in Northeast High School’s Room 135 last Thursday. “You have to listen to the people next to you.”
Imagine a hundred drummers drumming.
It’s the story of a young professor who loses everything in the world but the flea who lives in his vest. And that turns out to be plenty.
American history can be fun? Sure, and what better city than Philly, the birthplace of the nation, to make sure tourists — and Philadelphians — get the most out of visiting historic sites.
The extremely popular Hangover franchise (I call it a franchise because I fully expect a Part III in a couple years) is back with another wedding and more drug-induced male debauchery.
Pennypack Park music fest finds a good formula by signing up bands that play the hits of musical greats.