Movie Review: Dolphin Tale 2

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What Are the Two Best Films Set in Vegas? Here’s Our Picks

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October 2014 Kids & Teens Movie & DVD Preview

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Cedar Cove Teaser Gallery: Secrets and Lies – 2×10

Only a few new episodes left for Season 2! Every couple in “Cedar Cove” is dealing with hidden secrets, as Jack rediscovers destructive old habits when he starts his new job. Meanwhile, Olivia is unprepared for the backlash she receives from Rebecca after she tries to help her ....more

The Comedy Corner: 3 Questions With Roy Wood, Jr.

Roy Wood, Jr., star of TBS’ “Sullivan & Son” and stand-up comedian, offers some insight into his life and comedy. Here’s our three questions with the funny guy, who reveals which career he might have followed. 1. What’s one of your favorite childhood memories? ...more

So You Think You Can Dance Recap: Top 11 Dances of the Season

Hey city kids! As promised, I’m back with a “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 11 recap and a list of some of my favorite routines this season. It was tough choosing only a few of the more than 100 routines this season, including 27 contemporary, 16 ballroom, 19 hip-hop, three tap, and several guest performances, so I needed to set some rules ....more

‘I Am Eleven’ Documentary is Optimistic Look at 11-Year-Olds Around the World

A still from “I Am Eleven” Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey’s “I Am Eleven” is a delightful documentary that gives us a glimpse of 11-year-olds around the world. She chose 11 because it’s the age she remembers being happiest. While the film is largely superficial in that we don’t get an in-depth picture of these children, what Bailey accomplishes is a film that is optimistic and appropriate for … well, 11-year-olds ....more

‘Alumbrones’ Documentary Explores Cuba’s Art Scene

A still from “Alumbrones” Does art thrive more in hardship and isolation? “Alumbrones,” a new documentary about artists in Cuba, really makes you wonder. Filmmaker Bruce Donnelly profiles a dozen artists who create with largely the materials they can find, not buy, and without Internet access ....more

Reckless Recap: And So It Begins – 1×11

And so it begins, or maybe we should say, and so it ends. With two episodes left (two part finale), “Reckless” hasn’t been high in viewership. I checked today, and...more

Toronto Film Fest: Director Jean-Marc Vallée Goes ‘Wild’ With Reese Witherspoon

Toronto Film Festival: Reese Witherspoon at the press conference for “Wild” | Getty for TIFF TORONTO FILM FESTIVAL–The book by Cheryl Strayed Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail came out in 2012 and stayed on the New York Times bestseller list for 74 weeks, hitting number one in July of that year. It is a story of courage and fear and how one woman found herself again after losing it to heroin and infidelity, anger and sadness. Eleven months ago, the script made it to Jean-Marc Vallée – the Oscar-nominated director from last year’s “Dallas Buyers Club”...more