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Movie Review: Heaven is For Real

Editors & Publishers: Buy this review and photo gallery in our Shop. Reel Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Reels MPAA Rating: PG for thematic material including some medical situations Released in Theaters: April 16, 2014 Genre: Family, Drama, Christian Runtime: 100 minutes Directed by: Randall Wallace Studio: Sony Pictures Cast: Greg Kinnear, Connor Corum, Kelly Reilly, Margo Martindale, Thomas Haden Church Official Site:...more

Karl Giant Shoots Jane Badler's Opus

Singer/actress Jane Badler enlisted Karl Giant for the photoshoot for her latest release, Opus. -PJ Gach...more

Tribeca Film Festival: Jon Favreau Talks ‘Chef’

Emjay Anthony and Jon Favreau in “Chef” Jon Favreau’s “Chef” is a charming movie that is just a joy to watch. Part of the Tribeca Film Festival, it was also shown to a preliminary audience by the New York Film Critics on April 23, 2014. After the screening, Favreau sat down to talk about it with Rolling Stone film critic Peter Travers ....more

Movie Review: Bears

Reel Rating: 4 out of 5 Reels MPAA Rating: G Released in Theaters: April 18, 2014 Genre: Family, Documentary, Nature Runtime: 86 minutes Directed by: Alastair Fothergill, Keith Scholey Studio: Disneynature, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Cast: John C. Reilly Official Site:...more

Hyun Bin Hangs Out by the Beach with Horses for the Pages of W Korea Magazine

There are some magazine pictorials and go just over my head. Perhaps it’s too high brow or simply unattractive to make a point. The just released W Korea pictorial of the gorgeous Hyun Bin riding a horse on the beach … Continue reading → ...more

some recent (photo) fun

Cuteness EverdeenSince when were White Walkers so darn adorable?A floating island of seaweed and it's coming for usMight as well build a sand castleTae Kwan DoPracticing her moves ...more

Late 19th Century Hardware Cabinet

In 1997 I was selling my wares at a little weekend flea market across from an elderly couple who had been picking since the early 1960s. I would often visit their booth and gaze at amazement at all of the one of a kind tins, car parts, pottery, glass and jewelry that was heaped in piles on old dressers and even on the floor. Charlie and Annie were the consummate pickers, though she walked with a cane and he had trouble standing straight....more