A Predictable Story Like The Hundred-Foot Journey Is Still A Good Time

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poster for The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014)The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014) may have a predictable story but sometimes predictability is still a good time. The Hundred-Foot Journey is a feel good comedy-drama and I would recommend it for viewing.
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Nebraska Is More Than Just A Film About A Father And Son

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poster for the film NebraskaThe film Nebraska is at first a road movie about an elderly man thinking he’s won a sweepstakes but becomes much more as the layers of relationships are peeled away for the viewer. It’s a bittersweet look at what it is like to live in the Midwest of the United States. I liked this film very much.
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Catching Fire Does Just That And Then Some

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poster for the movie The Hunger Games: Catching FireI missed The Hunger Games: Catching Fire movie when it hit theaters last year and I thought, with Mockingjay Part 1 coming out this week, that I should get caught up. I thought for sure it would be just a rehash of the first movie and there was some of that but in general, Catching Fire impressed me and I enjoyed it. I thought it improved over the first film.
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Slim Pickings This Fall On TV

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created image for the Fall TV PreviewThe fall TV season officially starts next week and I wish I was more excited by the new shows, but I’m not. I can’t wait for the return of some favorite shows but there are few new shows I think I’ll be watching all season.
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If You Want To Support Your Favorite Band, Buy Their Album

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Logo for the Spotify streaming serviceStreaming services like Spotify and iTunes are so convenient that you might be able to hear ALL your favorite music anytime and anywhere you want. However, those streaming services aren’t very good for the people who actually create the music. If you really want to support your favorite band, buy the album, just don’t stream it.
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