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Monday, January 29th, 2018

Review by Joni Williams

Panned by critics and ignored by moviegoers, this 2016 flick was a box office loser that eventually earned the dubious honor of being Tom Hanks’ lowest grossing film in 30 years. And so it was quickly put out to video rental pasture until the streaming services wisely decided to pick it up...
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Thursday, January 25th, 2018

By Dr. David C. Simmons, NWF State College

In one of her early scenes, Kay Graham (the masterful Meryl Streep) participates in a board meeting of her newspaper, otherwise comprised entirely of men. A question is asked of the table, but as Graham answers it, she is completely ignored. A male board member stumbles around, eventually calculating the same information, and is immediately...
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Sunday, January 21st, 2018

Review by Joni Williams

The Amazon Prime lineup might be some of the most underrated programming offered by a streaming service. Case in point—The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel...
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Friday, January 19th, 2018

By Dr. David C. Simmons, NWF State College

...officers, airmen and civilian boatmen), and contains very little dialogue or backstory on any of them. Hans Zimmer’s score, which is founded on a ticking clock with slowly increasing tempo, adds to the constantly growing anxiety. On DVD/Blu-ray and streaming...
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Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Plus Our Favorite Movies and TV of 2017

YouTube is a video sea of cute puppies, silly juvenile pranks, long-winded confessions and glam gurus caking their faces with obscene amounts of makeup. Still, there are excellent, highly entertaining videos to be found here, and Casey Neistat’s are among the absolute best...
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Sunday, November 26th, 2017

Reviews by Jane Morgan and Joni Williams

This docuseries has been described as a look behind the making of the Foos’ music, and it is. But it’s also so much more. The cameras roll as the band descriptively traces the evolution of America’s diverse music scene while touring from city to city...
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Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

FREE Short Film Screenings Showcase Comedy, Horror, Drama and More

The second annual Kite Film Fest takes place Saturday, Nov. 11, at Club LA in Destin. “We are so excited to be back for the second year..."