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Wes Anderson’s ‘Grand Budapest Hotel’ is one of his best

Come enter the whimsical world of Wes Anderson. It is colorful, quirky and leaves a delicious taste in your mouth. The s...

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Young the Giant shows that a little change is a good thing

Four years had passed between the time Young The Giant released their self-titled debut album and the release of the Sou...

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ABC’s ‘Resurrection’ explores themes of faith

Imagine losing a loved one, grieving their death, eventually finding peace and moving on. But what if that loved one cam...

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Cinematically beautiful ‘Walter Mitty’ still lacking

It’s a beautiful picture. Rolling hills, unscalable mountains, deep and vast oceans. The kind of picture that ignites ...

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NBC’s funny and heartfelt ‘About a Boy’ impresses

“About a Boy,” the new hit comedy from producer Jason Katims, started out as a book by Nick Hornby. It was made into...

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Synthetic funk act Com Truise’s ‘Wave 1’ impresses

Though our culture is beginning to embrace the ‘90s as a source of nostalgia, the long reign of the 1980s over our col...

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‘12 Years a Slave’ and ‘Gravity’ dominate this year’s Academy Awards

“12 Years a Slave” and “Gravity” were the big winners at an Academy Awards full of reliable hosting and few surp...

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Beck’s new ‘Morning Phase’ impresses

To call Beck a folk musician, you would have to make a point of clarifying what you mean. Someone more familiar with his...

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The CW’s ‘Star-Crossed’ is predictable, but has potential

Admittedly, when I first read about the CW’s new series “Star-Crossed,” I was skeptical. It sounded interesting bu...

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The Oscar for biggest snub goes to . . .

Critics almost universally recognized 2013 as a fantastic year in cinema. Renowned film critic David Edelstein even went...