I’ll never forget the first time I saw Lin-Manuel Miranda perform “Alexander Hamilton.” No, it wasn’t on Broadway. And it wasn’t an original cast recording of the hit musical. It was actually several years before HAMILTON would even open on Broadway – 2009, to be specific. At the White House. Known then as “The Hamilton […]
My first exposure to Hamilton – or at least what would eventually become the phenomenon – was in 2009, when Lin-Manuel Miranda performed at the White House Poetry Jam. At the time, Miranda was working on a hip-hop concept album called The Hamilton Mixtape, inspired by the biography Ron Chernow wrote in 2004. I was completely blown away […]
Disney’s Moana was released Tuesday on Digital HD, and is available on Blu-ray March 7! Aside from showcasing the stunning Oscar-nominated animation of the film in 1080p, the blu-ray and digital copy are both packed with special features. One of the many featurettes is “Fishing For Easter Eggs,” narrated by Moana herself – Auli’i Cravalho. In honor of […]
It always bothers me leaving a children’s film not knowing exactly who it’s intended audience is. Being that The Odd Life of Timothy Green is a PG Disney film, it certainly isn’t for adults. But after watching it, I can’t see kids 3-10 being entertained by it either. And there just isn’t enough action or […]
THE ODD LIFE OF TIMOTHY GREEN Opens August 15 Nationwide! Enter to Win Passes to the Advance Screening!
Enter to win a pair of passes! Academy Award(R)-nominated director/writer Peter Hedges (“Dan in Real Life,” What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?”) brings enchantment to the screen with “The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” an inspiring, magical story about a happily married couple, Cindy and Jim Green (Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton), who can’t wait to start […]
I honestly did not know what to expect going into the Fabulous Fox Theatre on Tuesday, as I prepared to see Bring It On: The Musical on opening night. It has been years since I’ve seen the movie – over a decade to be exact. And although it wasn’t the best film I’ve seen, it […]
Kenny Ortega won a lot of people over with This Is It. Even though he was really only supposed to be a choreographer and show runner, he ended up turning director after Michael Jackson’s untimely death. The film went onto rave reviews, and showed an intimate look at its star. I’m sure how well the […]