Gustavo Steinberg – Setting Free Tito and the Birds
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Gustavo Steinberg – Setting Free Tito and the Birds

Gustavo Steinberg Setting Free Tito and the Birds By Jay S. Jacobs Brazilian director Gustavo Steinberg has finally broken through to the American market, and it is with his first animated film. However, even though it has been made for children, Tito and the Birds is a trenchant and surprisingly nuanced film about the modern … Continue reading

Rolling Stones – Ole Ole Ole (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)
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Rolling Stones – Ole Ole Ole (A PopEntertainment.com Music Video Review)

ROLLING STONES – OLÉ OLÉ OLÉ! (2017) Featuring Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ron Wood, Darryl Jones, Chuck Leavett, Kari Denison, Tim Ries, Matt Clifford, Bernard Fowler and Sasha Allen. Directed by Paul Dugdale. Distributed by Eagle Rock Entertainment. 105 minutes. Not Rated. The new Rolling Stones documentary opens on an interesting moment of … Continue reading

Life Of Dillon – Life On Overload
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Life Of Dillon – Life On Overload

Life of Dillon Life on Overload by Ally Abramson Life Of Dillon is a British band consisting of brothers Robert and Joe Griffith and their friend David Keiffer. The self-proclaimed acoustic house band is blowing up with their new single “Overload,” coming off of their EP “Prologue” which comes out April 14th. This up-and-coming band … Continue reading

Once Upon A Time, Veronica (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Once Upon A Time, Veronica (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

ONCE UPON A TIME, VERÔNICA (Era Uma Vez Eu, Verônica) (2012) Starring Hermila Guedes, João Miguel, W.J. Solha, Dandara Pagu, Neco Tabosa, Maeve Jinkings, Matheus Torreao, Coca, Sandro Guerra, Júlio Rocha, Renata Roberta, Anthero Montenegro, Chico Ribeiro, Madalena Accioly, Didha Pereira, Inae Verissimo and Karina Buhr. Screenplay by Marcelo Gomes. Directed by Marcelo Gomes. Distributed … Continue reading

The Double (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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The Double (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

The Double http://www.popentertainment.com Though The Double is based on a Fyodor Dostoevsky story, the film almost feels like a Kafka-esque nightmare. It is an adventurous choice second film by British director and comedian Richard Ayoade, who caught a spark by making the intriguing coming-of-age drama Submarine in 2011.  Then he poured water on that spark by agreeing to take … Continue reading

Vik Muniz’s Garbage-Art Transforms a Waste Land Into a Nominee & Award Winner
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Vik Muniz’s Garbage-Art Transforms a Waste Land Into a Nominee & Award Winner

Vik Muniz’s Garbage-Art Transforms a Waste Land Into a Nominee & Award Winner by Brad Balfour Brazilian conceptualist Vik Muniz has been making remarkable photo-constructs and garnering accolades within the fine art world for years including such places as New York’s Guggenheim Museum. But recently the artist has landed squarely in the public eye so … Continue reading