Scott Turow – Return to Innocent
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Scott Turow – Return to Innocent

Scott Turow Return to Innocent by Jay S. Jacobs Is it fair to say that Scott Turow has made the law sexy and dangerous? Well, perhaps that is a bit of a stretch.  However, over the past two decades lawyer and novelist Turow has fostered the reputation as the finest writer of legal thrillers, creating … Continue reading

David Cassidy Only Wants to Make You Happy
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David Cassidy Only Wants to Make You Happy

David Cassidy Only Wants to Make You Happy by Ronald Sklar Time for your reality check, kids: the classic 70s sitcom, The Partridge Family, debuted on ABC forty years ago.  And its star, the teen-idol-extraordinaire David Cassidy, is now 60. So now you know how you feel, but how does he feel? “It doesn’t make me … Continue reading

Catfish (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Catfish (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

CATFISH (2010) Featuring Yaniv Schulman, Ariel Schulman, Henry Joost, Angela Wesselman, Vincent Wesselman and Abby Wesselman. Directed by Henry Joost & Ariel Schulman. Distributed by Rogue Pictures.  94 minutes.  Rated PG-13. Ever since The Blair Witch Project became a surprise hit over ten years ago, there have been periodic similar films made – mostly in the horror genre, … Continue reading

Baseball – The Tenth Inning (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)
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Baseball – The Tenth Inning (A PopEntertainment.com TV on DVD Review)

Baseball: The Tenth Inning Top of the Tenth (1992-1999)/Bottom of the Tenth (1999-2009) (PBS/Paramount Home Video-2010) In the early 1990s, documentarian Ken Burns became a PBS sensation through his acclaimed documentary series on The Civil War.  As the follow-up, he decided that he wanted to look back at something even more American than the war of the states. In … Continue reading