Reverential Biopic Chronicles Career of Forgotten Jewish Philanthropist

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Rosenwald Film Review by Kam Williams Reverential Biopic Chronicles Career of Forgotten Jewish Philanthropist Julius Rosenwald was born on August 12, 1862 in Springfield, Illinois to a couple of German-Jewish immigrants who met each other in the U.S. His father was a traveling salesman who plied his trade by foot until he was able to […]

Lin Shaye Reprises Role as Psychic in Scary Prequel Guaranteed to Have You Jumping Out of Your Skin

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  Insidious: Chapter 3 Film Review by Kam Williams Lin Shaye Reprises Role as Psychic in Scary Prequel Guaranteed to Have You Jumping Out of Your Skin   The good news about Insidious 3 is that you don’t have to be cognizant of the develoments in the first two episodes to follow this one’s plotline. […]

The Boys Are Back for a Bawdy, Big Screen Adventure

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Entourage Film Review by Kam Williams     The Boys Are Back for a Bawdy, Big Screen Adventure   Entourage went off the air in 2011, after enjoying a phenomenal, eight-year run on the HBO Network, thanks to its refreshingly-authentic take on cutthroat world of Hollywood. That semi-autobiographical TV-series revolving around the irreverent alpha-male antics […]

African-American Mother and Son’s Adjustment to Autism Chronicled in Inspirational Biopic

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  Bass Clef Bliss Film Review by Kam Williams African-American Mother and Son’s Adjustment to Autism Chronicled in Inspirational Biopic     Before Terrence Partridge turned 2, his parents first noticed an arrest in his development of age-appropriate social skills. In fact, he actually started regressing soon thereafter, as words he had already been using […]

Harrowing Earthquake Adventure Does for San Francisco What Jaws Did for the Ocean

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  San Andreas Film Review by Kam Williams   Harrowing Earthquake Adventure Does for San Francisco What Jaws Did for the Ocean   If you were afraid to swim in the ocean after watching Jaws, you might be just as reluctant to visit San Francisco after seeing this spectacular disaster flick. Directed by Brad Peyton […]

College Student Moonlights as Stripper in Titillating Overcoming-the-Odds Saga

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Chocolate City Film Review by Kam Williams College Student Moonlights as Stripper in Titillating Overcoming-the-Odds Saga   Cash-strapped Katherine McCoy (Vivica A. Fox) is holding down a couple of jobs to make ends meet while praying that her sons stay on the straight and narrow path until they can make it out of the ghetto. […]

The Bellas Are Back for Another Madcap, Acappella Misadventure

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  Pitch Perfect 2 Film Review by Kam Williams   The Bellas Are Back for Another Madcap, Acappella Misadventure     The Bellas are back and badder than before! In case you’re unfamiliar with the sassy, all-girl singing group, they’re students at Barden University, a fictional college located in Atlanta, Georgia. In the original, the […]

Road Warrior Rises to the Occasion in Relentlessly-Harrowing Reboot of Sci-Fi Franchise

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  Mad Max: Fury Road Film Review by Kam Williams Road Warrior Rises to the Occasion in Relentlessly-Harrowing Reboot of Sci-Fi Franchise   Fury Road reboots the legendary Mad Max franchise which has been sitting dormant for several decades. This fourth installment was again produced, written and directed by Oscar-winner George Miller (for Happy Feet) […]