Tag: Universal

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Review: Needham’s classic “Bandit” celebrates 40 years.

Hal Needham’s action-comedy road trip film, Smokey and the Bandit lit up cinema screens in the summer of 1977, leading to the second highest box office take of the year and an Academy Award nomination for editing. Coming in at

Review: M. Night Shayamalan’s “Split” by Brian Wallinger

Once dubbed the “next Steven Spielberg,’ director M. Night Shyamalan returns to form with his latest film, “Split,” a psychological thriller.  Shyamalan’s script is fast paced and delivers a nice tone, but does not dive deep enough into the main

Sing

Voice.  No, this is not about the sounds uttered from your vocal cavity; it’s about the inner courage to stand up for yourself; to be better than the “you” you were before a journey started.  Finding your voice is ultimately

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

Substance Abuse.  Throughout life, the choices or decisions we make not only affect our own state of mind, but the perceptions of those around us.  Sometimes, the results are happy or joyous.  Other times, they create stress and disdain.  When