On being asked by her cousin brother if she isn't worried about her conservative parents discovering her flair for dance, Inaayat (Shraddha Kapoor) quips, "Dimaag kehta hai sach mat chhupa, dil kehta hai jhoot mat bol." That's exactly how you feel after watching Varun Dhawan-Shraddha Kapoor's film Street Dancer 3D. While the film hops, skips and jumps into your heart with the lively dance performances, it slips off the ground when it comes to the plot. … [Read more...] about Street Dancer 3D Movie Review: Varun Dhawan, Shraddha Kapoor Make You Groove With Cool Dance Moves
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RELATED: Michael J. Pollard Dies, House of 1000 Corpses and Bonnie and Clyde Star Was 80John Hughes must have been a Stovetop Stuffing fiend. For a little over twenty years, his defining comedy Planes, Trains & Automobiles has reigned as the number one Thanksgiving film of all time. Right behind it is another movie he wrote and produced called Dutch. It stars an at-the-top-of-his-game Ed O'Neil and introduced the world to Ethan Embry. Its no Planes, Trains & Automobiles, but seeing as it revolves around the journey to achieve Food Valhalla, we have no real choice but to stick it in the number two spot. The only other Thanksgiving themed outings that come to mind are Jodi Foster's Home for the Holidays, which features a drug addled Robert Downey Jr. moments before he started house crashing for a living, and that little seen Peter Hedges drama Pieces of April, which features a pre-Tom Cruise Katie Holmes. As you can see, its slim pickin's from here on out. Sure, there are a … [Read more...] about BOOS! and WHOOP-DOOS!: Star Trek Vs. Thanksgiving!
That memorable night stemmed from one of the most ambitious projects of Browne’s career. During two separate trips to Haiti in 2016, he gathered together a musically and ethnically diverse group of collaborators: American musicians (Jenny Lewis, singer and multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Wilson, Head and the Heart singer-songwriter Jonathan Russell), members of the Haitian roots band Lakou Mizik, Haitian singer-songwriter Paul Beaubrun, and international talents like Mali-based singer and musician Habib Koité and Spanish flamenco guitarist Raúl Rodríguez. In various combinations, the artists wrote and recorded songs that blended all their musical backgrounds, swapping lead vocals and sometimes instruments, and singing in English, Creole, Khassonké (the language of western Mali), Manding (of West Africa), and Spanish. … [Read more...] about Voodoo Ceremonies and Cross-Cultural Jams: Inside Jackson Browne’s All-Star Haiti Benefit LP
Annie Murphy said she had a few favorite episodes. "I had a great time doing 'A Little Bit Alexis,' but I also had a great time being serenaded by Catherine O'Hara in the graduation, Alexis' graduation from high school and I was serenaded by Moira," she said. "That was a great day." … [Read more...] about ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Star Dan Levy Opens Up About Coming Out to His Parents
Darden, best known for his work in The Maze Runner trilogy, just wrapped the lead role in Jeremy Garelick’s upcoming Hulu movie The Binge alongside Vince Vaughn, Eduardo Franco, and Skyler Gisondo, and Son of the South, opposite Lucas Till, Lucy Hale and Brian Dennehy. He previously starred in the documentary musical Witness Uganda, and he also starred in the Sundance award-winning film Burden. Darden is repped by APA and Crimson Media Group. … [Read more...] about ‘Saved By The Bell’: Dexter Darden Cast In Peacock Reboot