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

William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw – It’s Never Too Late
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William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw – It’s Never Too Late

William Shatner & Terry Bradshaw It’s Never Too Late by Jay S. Jacobs Better Late Than Never has one of the crazier television premises to come along in a while.  Take four pop culture living legends – two from television and two from athletics: William Shatner, a/k/a Captain Kirk of Star Trek, Henry Winkler better … Continue reading

Eduardo Sánchez – The Blair Witch Director Takes On Bigfoot
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Eduardo Sánchez – The Blair Witch Director Takes On Bigfoot

Eduardo Sánchez – The Blair Witch Director Takes On Bigfoot by Jay S. Jacobs Fifteen years ago, a little mega-low-budget film called The Blair Witch Project became one of the biggest surprise hits in independent film history.  The movie was created by unknown co-writer/directors Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sánchez, two former film students who decided that … Continue reading

Fernando Trueba Illustrates the History of Jazz with the Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita
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Fernando Trueba Illustrates the History of Jazz with the Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita

Fernando Trueba Illustrates the History of Jazz with the Oscar-nominated Chico & Rita by Jay S. Jacobs Spanish film director Fernando Trueba has had a long, fascinating career which has branched out in many directions.  He started out as a movie critic in the 1970s for the newspaper El Pais.  He has since worked as an … Continue reading

Vincent Patrick – Putting Up a Smoke Screen
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Vincent Patrick – Putting Up a Smoke Screen

Vincent Patrick Putting Up a Smoke Screen by Ronald Sklar If you lead a squeaky clean (read: deadly dull) existence, chances are the closest you’ll ever get to an exhilarating, rewarding life of crime is by reading the great works of Vincent Patrick. His two previous novels, The Pope of Greenwich Village and Family Business, … Continue reading