Monthly Archives: March 2016

TATM Classics #111: Pitch Perfect & The Polar Express

PITCH PERFECT *** (2012) The story follows an all-girls acapella group, “The Bellas” who try to beat the reigning acapella group, “Treble Makers”. Beca, a girl who wishes to become a famous DJ in Los Angeles, is forced to go

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RNN: A Few Good Men Is Coming Live To NBC In 2017

Source: Variety NBC, which has had great success with live musicals in recent years, is turning to live drama in 2017 with a presentation of “A Few Good Men.” Aaron Sorkin, the creator and mastermind behind NBC’s “The West Wing,”

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Arrow & The Flash #28: Supergirl #18: World’s Finest / Arrow #86: Beacon Of Hope / The Flash #40: Flash Back

We’ve got a lot to talk about this week so let’s not waste any time and jump into it. First up is the big Supergirl/Flash crossover, World’s Finest, written by Andrew Kriesberg & Michael Grassi from a story by Greg

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Actors’ Spotlight #12: Jack Nicholson

John Joseph “Jack” Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is an American actor and filmmaker, having performed for nearly 60 years. He is known for playing a wide range of starring or supporting roles, including satirical comedy, romance and dark portrayals

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Movies In My Collection #137: The Hateful Eight

During the Christmas holiday season, I don’t get to give proper reviews of the newer releases mostly because I’m working on the top 10 best and worst lists for the year and that means I got to see films like

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The Untitled Better Call Saul Posting #17: Inflatable

Inflatable, the 7th episode of season two, was written by Gordon Smith and directed by Colin Bucksley. In the past, a young Jimmy is working in his father’s store when a grifter enters and attempts to pull a con on

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The Music Room #17: Voices That Care

This month marks the 25th anniversary of another song featuring an all-star group of musicians getting together singing a song about a crisis in the world…and unfortunately unlike We Are The World, Voices That Care was not as memorable nor

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