Movie Review: Annie

Reel Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Reels MPAA Rating:...more

Best of 2014: Top 5 Inspirational Teen Movies Based on Books

Movie options for teens just keep getting better and better, and many of the most inspirational movies are adapted from best-selling books. Here’s our top five inspirational teen movies based on books in 2014. 1....more

Modern Farmer: Episode 19

It’s time for our boys to face some hard truths, about both the past and the present, and the truth is every bit as bad as I feared (actually, it’s worse). But when you’re down, there’s only one way to go and that’s up, and sometimes the best things in life happen when you don’t get what you thought you wanted. Whether it’s in music, love, or cabbage, I know our boys will find a way to bounce back better than ever ....more

Chapter 4

Happy Holidays everyone! Here's Chapter 4 of the new book. Enjoy!!! ...more

Movie Review: The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Reel Rating: 5 out of 5 Reels MPAA Rating:...more

L and Sungyeol Spread the Cheer with Holiday Themed Star1 Spread

If the rest of the members of boy band Infinite want to get into acting, I’m game to give them a try since 2014 has been quite good to the few who have. L (Kim Myung Soo) has been acting … Continue reading → ...more

25 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS – DAY 21 MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET

This is one of the most loved and well known Christmas stories around. Instead of giving a review, I decided to write a little poem: A miracle, a miracleI need a Christmas miracleNobody believes me when I sayI am Kris Kringle so make way…...more

New in Theaters: Week of Dec. 22, 2014

New in theaters this week is Meryl Streep as a witch, Amy Adams as a secret artist, and Jack O’Connell as a war hero in a movie directed by Angelina Jolie. Here’s a peek at what’s opening wide in theaters this week. BIG EYES PG-13 for thematic elements and brief strong language | In Theaters 12/25 | Ok for Kids 13+ | The Weinstein Co ....more

Kolorful Palette: Wishing you a cozy Christmas [Healer]

Isn’t it so great when a drama hits its stride? After a somewhat scattered premiere week I was actually rather surprised by how quickly all the characters and plotlines in Healer came together, and I found myself fully engrossed this time around with no voice niggling in the back of my mind about missed potential. Last week I was primarily hoping that Healer would fix its abruptness and smooth out its storytelling and tone ....more

The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance: Birdman Review

When my friend Marcelle had mentioned she was interested in seeing “Birdman” I admit I was unfamiliar with the movie other than Michael Keaton was nominated for a Golden Globe for it.  I’ve always been a fan of his.  Loved him in Beetlejuice, Jack Frost, Batman (still the best Batman…sorry Christian, sorry George and soon to be sorry Ben).  So with the movie choices out there somewhat slim-to-none (in my opinion), I found myself trolling over to watch a few trailers, then very much interested, searched for a theatre nearby....more