Tag: New York City

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REVIEW: John Wick Chapter 2 by Brian Wallinger

Chock full of action and stunning set pieces, Chad Stahleski’s follow-up to the mega-successful “John Wick” picks up immediately where the original film left off, dog intact.  Presumably, he has left his shadowy life as an assassin behind when his

THE WALK (IMAX 3D)

Philippe Petit.  Born 13 August 1949 in Nemours Seine-et-Marne, France, Petit amazed audiences throughout Europe with his juggling and balancing acts.  Much to the dismay of his parents, he continued with his acts, ultimately growing bored with them.  Wishing to

STONEWALL

1969.  For many, the sexual revolution was in full swing, while the government worked to repress minorities. With the repression came misunderstanding, affecting everyday families and people.  In New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, the gay community fought back against the

LEARNING TO DRIVE

Loving.  Healing.  Learning.  Growing.  Tolerance.  These are all facets of life.  How we choose to deal with them is what makes life either so very exciting that it is worth living or so utterly boring that we become complacent. Isabel

“Mistress America”

“Mistress America” opened The Phoenix Film Society’s inaugural Summer Film Festival August 10 – 14. The first film in the series, Mistress America, is now on home video.” College can be challenging enough when you’re trying to find your way