Fantasia Barrino – Side Effects of Life
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Fantasia Barrino – Side Effects of Life

Fantasia Barrino – Side Effects of Life by Abraham Kuranga It’s been almost ten years since Fantasia Barrino won the hearts of millions of viewers on season three of Fox’s American Idol.  She was simply a young voice from High Point, North Carolina, just amazed to have the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of … Continue reading

Christopher McDonald Must Be a Lucky Guy
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Christopher McDonald Must Be a Lucky Guy

Christopher McDonald Must Be a Lucky Guy by Jay S. Jacobs You think you’ve got Christopher McDonald all worked out, don’t you?  Smart, handsome, charming, powerful guy with a massive dark side. After all, McDonald has been visiting your cineplexes and your TV screens for over two decades now.  He’s played a whole slew of … Continue reading

In the House (Dans la Maison) A PopEntertainment Movie Review
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In the House (Dans la Maison) A PopEntertainment Movie Review

In the House (Dans la Maison) Wonderful French director François Ozon returns to stunning form with In the House, a sly, funny and oddly scary movie that is slightly reminiscent of the filmmaker’s earlier masterpiece Swimming Pool.  Both films essay the power of the written word, our fascination with the lives of strangers and the … Continue reading

Keeping it Real with The Man of Steel
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Keeping it Real with The Man of Steel

Keeping it Real with The Man of Steel by Ronald Sklar Good thing Superman has strong shoulders, because he carries the weight of the world on them. We project all of our cultural fears and anxieties onto him, constantly ask him for help and rescue, and although times change, we prefer him not to. Nevertheless, … Continue reading