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Thousand Islands Playhouse 2016 Season

The Thousand Islands Playhouse, the professional theater in the spectacular setting directly on the St. Lawrence River, in Gananoque, Ontario announced their new season a while... — Updated 11/2/2016

 

Captain Fantastic

Captain Fantastic is a highly original, incredibly honest, terrific film. Wedged into a summer of huge blockbusters with enormous budgets, high paid casts and CG action, Captain... — Updated 9/1/2016

 

Winner! of the 2008 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play, Boeing Boeing

Winner! 2008 Tony Award, Best Revival of a Play, Boeing Boeing is a 1960's French farce. Self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, has Italian, German, and American fiancees, each... — Updated 4/5/2016

 

The Color Purple - Broadway Review

Rarely have I been to a Broadway show where the audience has reacted so strongly, so emotionally than at the revival of The Color Purple currently running at the Bernard B. Jacobs T... — Updated 2/5/2016

 

2016 Oscar Nominations Announced

2016 Oscar Nominations Announced From the second these announcements began at 8:30 am live/5:30 PST it was clear that Mad Max: Fury Road was doing well. The announcement was split... — Updated 1/14/2016

 

The Intern- Movie Review

As much as I find The Intern a bit tepid and suspiciously unflashy for a big budget Hollywood film, I refuse to hate any movie that shuns violence, mindless illogical action... — Updated 11/2/2015

 

Amy - Movie Review

Amy, the documentary about the six time Grammy winner Amy Winehouse (one win posthumously) is a riveting, yet deeply sad tale of fame and addiction. Director Asif Kapadia's film is... — Updated 10/1/2015

 

The Gift - Movie Review

This slow cooking, expertly crafted thriller is a predator that silently stalks the audience. When it pounces it's deeply satisfying. Jason Bateman (Simon) and Rebecca Hall (Robyn)... — Updated 8/30/2015

 

Trainwreck - Movie Review

Amy Schumer makes an impressive leap from television and stand-up to the big screen in the bawdy, often hysterical, yet emotionally truthful, Trainwreck. Schumer's bold, brassy,... — Updated 8/31/2015

 

I Spy the best Melissa McCarthy movie, ever!

In Spy, Melissa McCarthy plays a brilliant, but frumpy unsung CIA agent (Susan Cooper) who works from a vermin infested basement calmly and precisely guiding suave, sleek super-agen... — Updated 8/2/2015

 

Woman in Gold

The toll of World War II will haunt humankind for a long, long time. The devastation and destruction is immeasurable and the stories, both heroic and tragic, are so numerous, we... — Updated 6/2/2015

 

The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game has been nominated for Eight Oscars Including: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor and Best Screenplay. British Alan Turing's story is... — Updated 4/29/2015

 

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