We’ll Always Have Paris By Jennifer Coburn To Benefit The American Cancer Society

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Jennifer Coburn has been looking in the rear-view mirror expecting to see the Grim Reaper for the last 20 years—ever since she lost her father to lung cancer when she was just 19.

When she became a mom herself, Coburn vowed to jam-pack her daughter Katie’s mental scrapbook with beautiful […]

Review Of American Hustle

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I must say, I had no idea what to expect when heading to see American Hustle, I just knew the cast was badass. The two-hour comedy-drama is loosely based on a combustive FBI agent, Richie DiMaso played by Bradley Cooper, who partook in the (real life) ABSCAM operation, which took down corrupt politicians in […]

Review Of 12 Years A Slave

7 years a slave

12 Years A Slave has been the most gripping and moving movie I have seen in a long time. This time I knew exactly what I was getting myself into when I purchased my ticket. I had actually been dreading the experience, for fear of the emotions I knew I would feel. Regardless of […]

Review Of Dallas Buyers Club

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It’s a wonder why Dallas Buyers Club took more than two decades to get off the ground. Released in 2013 with Matthew McConaughey’s and Jared Leto’s best performances as actors yet, now the movie soars. Movie columnist and critic Steven Rea says,

“Dallas Buyers Club is a movie about an […]

Review Of Gravity


The Academy Award nominated film, Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock, who after being “embarrassed” at the federal government’s response to Hurricane Katrina in 2009, began to visit and support various schools in New Orleans, sets forth on a mission to take you out of your element. The tone is set non-verbally as text slowly flashes […]

Review Of Her


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Oscar season is among us, and up for Best Picture at what will be the 86th Academy Awards, is the Spike Jonze film Her. This film marks what most people believe is Joaquin Phoenix’s return to film after his “retirement” which may or may not have […]

Review Of Philomena


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Philomena is a British film based on the journey of a weary political journalist and a woman,

Philomena Lee, who is in search of her son, Anthony, that she was forcibly separated from decades ago. The movie, based a true story told journalist Martin Sixsmith’s 2009 book The Lost Child […]

#SheDocs Online Film Festival 2014 Presented By Eileen Fisher And Women And Girls Lead

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Rosie the Riveter

March is Women’s History Month and in celebration, Women and Girls Lead and Eileen Fisher Inc. are presenting us with the single largest collection of films that tell stories of women and girls stepping into roles of leadership on a global scale. The selection of films included in the […]

Review Of House Of Cards


“That’s just classic laws of war. It’s old, it’s archaic, that tenet. That is what Francis has built and we are part of it together.” – Claire Underwood

Shame on you if you have yet to hear about the Netflix-risk taking, cerebral-thriller, House of Cards. The Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning web-series first […]

Fran Drescher Receives 2014 Public Leadership in the Arts Citizen Artist Award


Americans for the Arts, the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education, in partnership with The United States Conference of Mayors (USCM) presented actress, producer, and activist Fran Drescher with the 2014 Public Leadership in the Arts Citizen Artist Award. The award was presented last month at the USCM Winter […]

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