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Film Reviews: The Last Jedi (Spoiler Free), Shape of Water and More

Hope Madden Hope Madden Film Reviews: The Last Jedi (Spoiler Free), Shape of Water and More

Hey, is there anything new at the movies this week? Actually, the nutty thing is that a boatload of movies release this weekend, which is uncommon during a Star Wars release, but there you go. You should definitely see The Last Jedi, but The Shape of Water is even better. Star Wars: The Last Jedi […]

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Disaster Artist is Not Bad. It’s Naaht!

Hope Madden Hope Madden Disaster Artist is Not Bad. It’s Naaht!

One whole week to wait until the newest Star Wars obliterates all cinematic competition. But what should we do until then? Go see The Disaster Artist. Duh. The Disaster Artist There is genuine affection in James Franco’s The Disaster Artist, a behind-the-scenes biopic that gets inside the making of the best bad movie of all […]

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4 Days in France

Anne Evans Anne Evans 4 Days in France

Uniquely tender….A first film that is born from a filmmaker who already knows a great deal about sex, love, and cinema.”—Ira Sachs A sly and sophisticated take on gay romance in the 21st century, 4 Days in France begins when Pierre sneaks away from his lover Paul one ordinary morning in Paris. Using only his […]

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Indies and Awards Contenders in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Indies and Awards Contenders in Theaters

Lighter weekend at the movies, I guess to let you catch up on every wonderful thing you may have missed. (I’m looking at you, Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.) But if you have already seen the sure-fire contenders for best of the year, there are some under-the-radar gems you can find around […]

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Gateway Named Columbus’ First Age-Friendly Business

Hope Madden Hope Madden Gateway Named Columbus’ First Age-Friendly Business

“We’re looking at it through the lens of older adults because our 65-plus population is projected to double in the next 20 years,” she says. “But we call it ‘age-friendly,’ not ‘old-age-friendly,’ because any of the improvements that we make to our city will actually benefit individuals of all ages and abilities.” Via smaller, community-based […]

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Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Anne Evans Anne Evans Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Once named “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” Hedy Lamarr was synonymous with classic Hollywood glamour for her appearances in films such as Algiers (1938), White Cargo (1942), and Samson and Delilah (1949). But offscreen, the Austrian Jewish émigré was a technical visionary whose inventions in wireless communication (uncredited during her lifetime) helped lead […]

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Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Anne Evans Anne Evans Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story

Once named “The Most Beautiful Woman in the World,” Hedy Lamarr was synonymous with classic Hollywood glamour for her appearances in films such as Algiers (1938), White Cargo (1942), and Samson and Delilah (1949). But offscreen, the Austrian Jewish émigré was a technical visionary whose inventions in wireless communication (uncredited during her lifetime) helped lead […]

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