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Apr 17th

Book review: Dirty Old Men (and Other Stories)

Book review: Dirty Old Men (and Other Stories)Everybody seems to notice them as they walk down the sidewalk. She is smiling, her brown eyes lit, her feet dancing in youth, delighting in what he has to say. She hangs onto his every word and comments sometimes, as he bows his graying head toward her, to better hear her.
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Survivors seek sanctuary in amusement park in gory horror comedy

Survivors seek sanctuary in amusement park in gory horror comedyWith Mad Cow disease having turned the planet into a post-apocalyptic dystopia where most of humanity has morphed into a cannibalistic race of mutant zombies, Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg) opts to travel from Texas to Ohio to check on his parents. The only reason the neurotic college student is among the few people still uninfected is because he’s so neurotic he never left his dorm room while the epidemic swept across campus. Now, as the nerdy weakling begins the dangerous trek home, it doesn’t look like he’s likely to last long battling the bloodthirsty marauders, even if he has prepared a helpful list of dos and don’ts.
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Naturi by nature

Naturi by nature Fresh on the heels of her steamy screen debut earlier this year in Notorious as Lil’ Kim, Naturi Naughton is back with Fame, a remake of the 1980 Academy Award-winner for Best Score and Best Song. Now, the New Jersey native is enjoying a starring role showcasing an array of her considerable talents, including solo performances of a couple of hits from the original, the title track “Fame” as well as “Out Here on My Own.”
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Gervais and Garner co-star in atheist propaganda masquerading as sitcom

Gervais and Garner co-star in atheist propaganda masquerading as sitcom I’m not sure how many people are ready for a movie as iconoclastic about Jesus Christ as The Invention of Lying, but you never know. Co-written and co-directed by Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson, the picture, at first blush, looks like a formulaic romantic comedy, but turns into something far more sinister about midway into the adventure.
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Love unlimited

Love unlimitedLangston Faizon Santisima was born in Santiago, Cuba on June 14, 1968, but was raised in Newark, NJ and San Diego, CA. Changing his name to Faizon Love, he started out in showbiz as a stand-up comedian at 15, before finding steady work as a colorful character actor both on TV and in film.
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DVD drama revisits malicious prosecution of Blacks in Texas

DVD drama revisits malicious prosecution of Blacks in Texas On November 2, 2000, drug enforcement agents executed a sweep of the black community in the tiny town of Hearne, Texas, arresting 27 African-American residents, including a grieving father who was taken into custody during the funeral of his young daughter. The bench warrants had been issued on the word of an ex-con who claimed to have purchased crack from each of the accused, despite the fact that this sole eyewitness had a history of mental illness and was also facing criminal charges at the time.
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Former U.N. Demographer turned bestselling author releases A Change Had to Come

Former U.N. Demographer turned bestselling author releases A Change Had to ComeNEW YORK, NEW YORK - The title, A Change Had to Come is too reflective not to miss the subtle nod to the 1964 civil rights anthem A Change is Gonna Come by legendary musician Sam Cook. The song is wrought with pain and promise and the latest novel by the former demographer of the United Nations, Gwynne Forster strikes a balance between a bodied tale of pain in the form of personal transformation and promise in the way of career gratification and sophisticated love. This October readers are inspired by a triumph story of personal growth, professional satisfaction and the difficult health issues facing women in A Change Had to Come.
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