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Movie Review: HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 movie poster | ©2014 DreamWorks

Rating: PG Stars (voices): Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler, Craig Ferguson, America Ferrara, Jonah Hill, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, T.J. Miller, Kristen Wiig, Djimon Hounsou, Kit Harington Writer: Dean DeBlois, based on the novels by Cressida Cowell Director: Dean DeBlois Distributor: 20th Century Fox/DreamWorks Animation Release Date: June 13, 2014 In 2010, HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON came to the screen. Jointly written and directed by Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders, based on Cressida Cowell’s series of novels, the first TRAIN introduced us to our hero and narrator, the Viking youth Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel). Hiccup is more of an …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Terry O’Quinn chats GANG RELATED

Terry O'Quinn in GANG RELATED - Season 1 | ©2014 Fox/Patrick Hoelck

In Fox’s new drama GANG RELATED, Thursdays at 9 PM, Ramon Rodriguez plays Ryan Lopez, who has just been accepted into LAPD’s prestigious, and dangerous, Gang Task Force. What no one in the LAPD knows is that Ryan is actually the adopted son of gang patriarch Javier Acosta (played by Cliff Curtis) and originally joined the police as a mole. However, Ryan takes his duties seriously, and his divided loyalties are beginning to take their toll. Terry O’Quinn plays Ryan’s task force boss, Sam Chapel. O’Quinn, who made an indelible impression as the title character in the original film THE …Read On »

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CD Review: THE GERMAN DOCTOR (WALKOLDA) soundtrack

THE GERMAN DOCTOR soundtrack | ©2014 Quartet Records

While history itself never allowed us the satisfaction of Auschwitz’s “Angel of Death” being brought to justice, that hasn’t stopped the movies from imagining what happened to Joef Mengele during his decades-long sojourn in South America. Now Nazi-friendly Argentina offers their take on this legendarily evil figure with THE GERMAN DOCTOR, which finds the physician brought into the fold of an unsuspecting family, whose daughter he takes a potentially dangerous shine to. But if you’re expecting the rousing Bavarian strains of Jerry Goldsmith’s THE BOYS FROM BRAZIL or the menacing, slithering darkness of Michael Small’s MARATHON MAN, then composers Andres …Read On »

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CD Review: THE FINAL MEMBER soundtrack

THE FINAL MEMBER soundtrack | ©2014 Movie Score Media

Whether it was a mildly horny teen in THE WAY WAY BACK, a guy getting it on with his dream girl through a good number of the (500) DAYS OF SUMMER or a high school senior MacDaddy facing THE SPECTACULAR NOW, Rob Simonsen has scored more than a few films where using one’s penis is of vital importance. The difference with THE FINAL MEMBER  is that it becomes a detachment contest among three particularly giving guys who want to donate their Johnson to the Icelandic Phallological Museum, the preeminent (and only) penis museum on the planet that needs to complete …Read On »

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CD Review: FILTH soundtrack

FILTH soundtrack | ©2014 Milan Records

Clint Mansell has a rocking way of descending into madness, whether it’s a math savant drilling a hole in his head to solve an impossible equation, having the savior of the great flood become convinced he’s got to sacrifice a first born, or manically playing a bunch of junkies hallucinating their way to hell. Fuel his style of using rhythmically intensifying waves of electric guitar and symphonic psychosis with the drug-addled imagination of TRAINSPOTTING author Irving Welsh, and you’ve got a powerfully unhinged recipe for one very bad Scottish lieutenant in FILTH. The twisted cop’s nationality cleverly accounts for the bagpipes …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Ken Leung takes THE NIGHT SHIFT

Ken Leung in THE NIGHT SHIFT - Season 1| ©2014 NBC/Jeff Riedel

NBC’s new drama THE NIGHT SHIFT, Tuesdays at 10 PM, is set in the night shift of a busy San Antonio,Texas hospital that has the only open after-dark emergency room for miles around. Ken Leung plays. Topher, who served as an Army medic in Afghanistan with his friend T.C. (Eoin Macken), who’s also on staff here. Leung, a New York native, is familiar to LOST fans for his role as Miles Straume. Other series roles include recurring characters on PERSON OF INTEREST, DECEPTION and ZERO HOUR; feature credits include X-MEN: THE LAST STAND (as Kid Omega) and THE INSIDE MAN. …Read On »

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Exclusive Photos from the BLENDED Los Angeles Premiere

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore at the Los Angeles Premiere of BLENDED | ©2014 Sue Schneider

Recently Warner Bros. Pictures held the Los Angeles premiere of BLENDED at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. BLENDED is the third comedy that Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore have appeared in together … THE WEDDING SINGER and 50 FIRST DATES were the other two films. Seen walking the carpet were the stars of the film, which included: Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore, Kevin Nealon, Terry Crews, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Bella Thorne, Joel McHale, Jessica Lowe, Emma Fuhrmann, Kyle Red Silverstein, Zak Henri, Alyvia Alyn Lind, Lauren Lapkus, Frank Coraci (Director), Ivan Menchell and Clare Sera (Writers). Joining the stars were guests, …Read On »

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CD Review: DENNIS THE MENACE soundtrack

DENNIS THE MENACE soundtrack | ©2014 La La Land Records

While he was a maestro of nearly every musical style, the one genre that Jerry Goldsmith never quite seemed to master was straight-up, non-genre comedy, particularly in such oddball scores as THE LONELY GUY, FIERCE CREATURES and MR. BASEBALL. Maybe it was because the melodies got all sentimental when confronted with straight-up romance, as opposed to playing the hijinks of gremlins and psycho neighbors. While he might not have horns, the devilish mischief of 1993s DENNIS THE MENACE does much to rectify the Goldsmith comedy curse, especially since the romance here is giving a yucky kiss to Margaret Wade. DENNIS …Read On »

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CD Review: BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY soundtrack

BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY soundtrack | ©2014 Lakeshore Records

Few comedy-minded composers are bridging the gap between the days of future alt. rock and the past’s pop kitsch like Andrew Feltenstein and John Nau, especially when it comes to all-out spoofs that allowed the free for all of jazz, psychedelic and Mexican music in CASA DI ME PADRE or the 70s funk fest and shark love songs of ANCHORMAN 2. But what makes LIVING better, and more challenging is that instead of uproarious pop culture and movie jokes, this scoring duo is tasked with rampaging through regular day suburbia, if still completely jacked up on illicit sex and drugs. …Read On »

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Exclusive Interview: Taye Diggs chats MURDER IN THE FIRST on TNT

Taye Diggs in MURDER IN THE FIRST - Season 1 | ©2014 TNT/James White

In TNT’s MURDER IN THE FIRST, premiering Monday June 9, Taye Diggs plays San Francisco police detective Terry English, who suffers a terrible loss in the first episode. Terry tries to overcome his emotions as he and his partner Hildy Mulligan, played by Kathleen Robertson, investigate a pair of murders, one of which involves a very rich, very smart entrepreneur (Tom Felton) who may have killed his employee. MURDER IN THE FIRST is Diggs’ return to starring as a series regular after he wrapped six seasons as Dr. Sam Bennett on PRIVATE PRACTICE last year. He previously series leads in …Read On »

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