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Mittwoch, Juni 27, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

I’m not the most objective critic when it comes to the “Jurassic Park” franchise. The original movie came out when I was 15 as my lifelong fascination with dinosaurs and Steven Spielberg coalesced into blowing my pubescent mind. I saw it seven times in the theater. I freely admit... [More]

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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

  Just the idea of a group of grown men playing the same game of tag for 30 years is enough to bring a smile to your face. The movie “Tag” is banking on more than just a smile though, as this high-concept comedy has assembled a powerhouse cast to bring all this silliness to the big... [More]

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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

Hollywood loves guilt by association. The thought being reminding people of a popular film property will be enough to drive butts to seats. It works often enough, but sometimes a movie can get burned by the comparisons. The “Ocean’s Eleven” film series got by on an all-star ca... [More]

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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

Now that the initial shock has worn off that those “South Park” guys could produce a racy hit musical, “The Book of Mormon” has settled into the role of a landmark show that enjoys revivals and touring productions. The show’s staying power is credit to creators Trey Pa... [More]

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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

I was born into this world in 1977 and have never known a life without Star Wars. The original trilogy loomed like a monolith over my formative years and brought science-fiction into the mainstream. And the coolest guy to be a part of all this was Han Solo. The role took Harrison Ford from a virt... [More]

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Sonntag, Juni 17, 2018 | by: Mat DeKinder

  Some shows are built for success. The cast, the direction and the venue all hardly matter for some musicals which boast such a strong infrastructure that they are essentially foolproof. “The Phantom of the Opera” is one such show. Returning to the Fox Theatre stage through May 2... [More]