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January 15, 2019

Ringing in the New Year in Havana, Cuba

by Jack Witt
January 10, 2019

The One New Year’s Resolution You Need to Make

by Cassandra Appleby
January 09, 2019

Puppy Training Time!

by Bethany Wilson
January 07, 2019

Handling Market Volatility

by Lillian Appleby
January 03, 2019

Your FREE Angel Card Reading - January 2019

by Annmari Love
December 31, 2018

What does fast food do to my body?

by Connor Coman
December 28, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - January 2019 - Capricorn

by Maya White
December 21, 2018

FFF - Fabulous Faux Fur

by Mia
December 18, 2018

Anne Frank Inspirations for a Peaceful 2019

by Ask AC
December 17, 2018

2018 Holiday Décor

by Christopher Porikos
December 13, 2018

Teaching Your College-Age Child about Money

by Lillian Appleby
December 12, 2018

“Haiku Your Way to Body Positivity”

by Cassandra Appleby
December 03, 2018

Free Angel Card Reading for December

by Annmari Love
November 29, 2018

What Is Dollar-Cost Averaging?

by Lillian Appleby
November 27, 2018

A Trip to Egypt - Nothing Compares

by Jack Witt
November 16, 2018

Thanksgiving Made Healthy

by Connor Coman
November 16, 2018

Ask AC - Family Holiday Harmony

by Ask AC
November 12, 2018

Geometric Design is More Than You Might Think

by Christopher Porikos

The film "Instant Family" is based on the real and heart-rending experiences of the director, Sean Anders. 

Published in Movie Reviews

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The new sci-fi action drama Elysium convincingly depicts a bleak future in which the world is separated into two classes, where the wealthy get to enjoy the highest standards of health care while the rest are left to fend for themselves under increasingly impersonal, hostile conditions—wait a minute, that sounds pretty much like today. In fact, one might think that this latest film from District 9’s director Neill Blomkamp is another attempt to make an allegory for our times under the guise of science fiction.

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 American Dreamers: The Great Gatsby, Pain and Gain

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The American Dream-success, excess, money, more money—is the subject of two very entertaining films attracting the crowds to your local cinemas. The bigger draw is the latest adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel, The Great Gatsby, brought to the screen with maximum 3-D (or 2-D if that’s your choice) razzle-dazzle--and a surprising degree of sensitivity by Baz Luhrmann.

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In Allen Hughes’ modern-day noir throwback Broken City, Mark Wahlberg has big problems: he’s a troubled former NYC cop (after a controversial, incendiary shooting years earlier put him in the crosshairs of ambitious police commissioner Geoffrey Wright and seemingly sympathetic mayor Russell Crowe) ekeing out a living as a private eye.

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In David O. Russell’s entertaining enough true-life boxing/dysfunctional family saga The Fighter, Christian Bale acts up a storm as Dickie Ward, former fighter turned unreliable (though undeniably knowledgeable) crack-addled trainer to Mark Wahlberg’s quietly determined Micky Ward.  But while Dickie knows his stuff inside the ring, outside the ring, he’s an unreliable, possibly dangerous mess who quite possibly will drag his talented, luck-starved loyal brother down with him.  
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The Other Guys

The Other Guys, courtesy of director Adam McKay, is a funny buddy movie with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as mismatched desk jockeys living in the shadow of supercops Samuel Jackson and The Rock, until something happens…

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