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The Single Moms Club: Frazzled Mothers Join Forces in Story of Female Empowerment

Fast food waitress Lytia (Cocoa Brown) lives from paycheck to paycheck and has to rely on public transportation in order to get around. By contrast, Jan (Wendi McLendon-Covey) is an…

300 Rise of An Empire: The Rare Case of a Sequel That is Better than the Original

The epic movie 300 (2007) chronicled the Battle of Thermopylae in 480 B.C. when an outnumbered band of 300 soldiers were sent on a suicide mission to defend Sparta against…

Veronica Mars: Detective Movie Is Faithful to the Original TV Series

Veronica Mars was a critically acclaimed TV series that ran from 2004 to 2007. Kristen Bell starred in the title role as a teen age detective who solved crimes committed…

Non-Stop: Alcoholic Air Marshal Is Tested in Transatlantic Thriller

Police officer Bill Marks’ (Liam Neeson) life went into a tailspin after his young daughter lost her battle with childhood leukemia. He looked for solace in a bottle of alcohol,…

Repentance: Thriller Traces a Grief Stricken Man’s Descent Into Insanity

Therapist Dr. Thomas Carter (Anthony Mackie) has just published a popular self-help book that is about the near death experience that helped him turn his life around. He is proud…

About Last Night: Kevin Hart Spearheads Remake of Romantic Romp

Released in 1986, About Last Night was about two Chicago yuppies (played by Rob Lowe and Demi Moore) who tried to forge a solid relationship that began with a casual…

Winter’s Tale: Cat Burglar Courts Sickly Heiress and Pledges Undying Love

Peter Lake’s (Colin Farrell) parents had hoped to immigrate to the U.S. but were turned away at Ellis Island upon their arrival early in the 20th century. Although they weren’t…

The Monuments Men: Film Recounts Secret Mission to Recover Stolen Masterpieces

Most people are probably unaware that while Hitler’s army were sweeping across Europe during World War II, he had also directed his army to sieze any priceless works of art…

Frozen: Musical Adaptation of a Hans Christian Andersen Classic

Given the toll the polar vortex has been exacting on the continental U.S. lately, plenty of people can relate to the frigid predicament of the people living in the fictional…

Film Adapts Memoir About Navy SEALS Ambushed in Afghanistan

On June 28, 2005, a team of four Navy SEALs based in Afghanistan were issued orders in accordance with Operation Red Wings to locate and terminate a Taliban leader whose…