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11 Artfully Interwoven Episodic Tales
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Read. Recommend. Repeat.
These eleven episodic novels do not follow traditional linear storylines, but don't think of them as short story collections either. Read as a whole, these narratives illuminate in their content and structure how we're more connected than we think.
11 Musical Novels That Hit All The Right Notes
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Read. Recommend. Repeat.
As a rule, printed words stay on the page and music stays in the air. But every once in a while you come across a truly gifted writer who can make their sentences sing. Experience some of that magic with these eleven books that take classical music as their inspiration.
Yellowface Is Still A Thing In Hollywood And Really Needs To Stop
E. Oliver Whitney
"It's not homage anymore when you start playing someone else's race."
-- Not Terrible, Not Great
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
There aren't many films from the past 15 years that bowled me over the way
did. Unfortunately, the Wachowskis -- Andy and Lana -- haven't come close since then.
Look Up. Help NASA Do #SkyScience
Laura Faye Tenenbaum
Senior Science Editor at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
'Cloud Atlas' Author Releases New Short Story Entirely On Twitter
Popcorn Preview: The Best Offer
Hotels That Help Us Say, "Hello Fellow Traveler!"
Law prof, author, global adventure-seeker, emerging outdoorswo...
We travel to see different things and meet people who are not like us. Sometimes, though, it would appear we're not so different from each other.
Raoul Peter Mongilardi's
Next To The Gods
Is Science Fiction's Next Great Literary Series
Centered around a highly advanced humanoid alien race known as the Aurocearians, victims of a devastating blow when the titular Gods (a mercurial bunch), angry with the race's arrogant behaviors, curses them by vaporizing every female hindering any hope for breeding. So what is a cursed race to do?
Glides Across Six Centuries of Brazil
Senior Lecturer at New York University
As summer heats up, our thirst for films about futuristic freedom fighters shows no sign of abating.
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Keith David: The CFQ Interview
Quick, when I throw out the name Keith David, what's your first thought? Him casting a suspicious glance towards Kurt Russell in
? The fistfight with Rowdy Roddy Piper in
? Face it, the guy's been around.
Philip David Morton
Screenwriter, Blogwriter, Producer
for daring to make us think that our lives matter in ways we may never know -- and in ways we may only hope.
China's Censors Do It Again!
: Resistance and Redemption
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
President, Waterkeeper Alliance; Senior Attorney, NRDC
The film is really six movies in one ranging from a rip-roaring sailing yarn from the days of the clipper ships to a sci-fi thriller that makes the great classic,
, seem dimwitted and plodding.
An Essay On Cloud Atlas (Spoilers!)
What Race Is Bruno Mars?
Genealogy Expert, Author of "Hey, America, Your Roots Are Show...
Were Bruno Mars to go on a world tour for the release of Unorthodox Jukebox, there would likely be unsuspecting cousins in the audiences in Madrid, New York, Kiev, San Juan, Manila and Budapest. So tell me: Which box do you think Bruno Mars ticked on the 2010 census?
'Wreck-It Ralph' Breaks Box Office Record
How One Hurricane Sandy Photo Went Viral
Senior Entertainment Writer, The Huffington Post
Is a Superb Movie With a Strong Political Values Message
Host, Bottom-up Radio Show WNJC 1360, publisher, OpEdNews.com ...
is an extraordinary, revolutionary movie, the best one I've seen since
, a truly different approach to movie-making.
: Hope and Change
Despite its daunting run time of almost three hours,
has been greeted by mostly good reviews, high per theater attendance, and a 10 minute standing ovation at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Weekend Box Office: 'Skyfall' Kills Overseas as 'Argo' Tops Four Weak New Releases
Film critic at Mendelson's Memos, Valley Scene Magazine
The big news was the overseas debut of
, the 23rd official James Bond film, which opened in the UK two weeks ahead of its U.S. debut, earning a massive $77 million in the 25 markets it debuted in.
'Argo' Takes The Number One Spot As 'Cloud Atlas' Flops
'Argo' Leads Weekend Box Office
Were These Critics Too Tough?
- Free Time
Gentleman farmer, film critic for ReThink Reviews
Would the Wachowskis redeem themselves with another reality-twisting mindbender? Or would
was truly a fluke?
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