This film is a great attribute to the dedication to art and preservation of the world’s culture.Read More
Dead, but not forgotten, the “Flappy Bird” legacy is almost as strange as its short life.Read More
Even if the characters appear stale at times, the film is still a wonderful experience. If anything, it gives the audience an opportunity to reminisce about any experiences they may have had with LEGO toys.Read More
The panel’s antics even offended Harris-Perry’s usual audience, who pointed out that they were in direct contradiction to the show’s stated mission to support the diverse spectrum of American families.Read More
The idea that a person could fall in love with their OS has made many people skeptical of “Her,” but truly this film is more than an unexpected romance. It’s a peephole into what could be our own near-future.Read More
Despite its quiet release, “Goldleaf” soon caught the ears of not only local Montevallo music heads but also bloggers and tastemaking websites like Tiny Mixtapes.Read More
“Frozen,” the newest animated creation from Disney, has warmed the collective hearts of moviegoers with its charm and grace. With over 66 million tickets sold on movietickets.com, “Frozen” introduces audiences to two new princesses and a brand new fairytale.Read More
To their credit, the band’s last show was fantastic. Maclay and Co. really gave it their all in every song they performed. The woozy psych of “Endless Reverberation” and sinister rave up of “Dance, Dance Clair” were played with the utmost perfection.Read More
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