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Retro Movie Review | 'Beauty and the Beast' (2014)

There are no musical numbers, or enchanted tea pots, to be found in this French-German adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast.” What you will find instead, is the classic story retold in a way that builds on Disney’s treasured version of the beloved fairy tale. In co-writer and director Christophe Gans’ version, Belle (Lea Seydoux) is the youngest daughter of a struggling merchant.

'Game of Thrones' Live Concert Experience = Everything (Review)

The “Game of Thrones” Concert is, as its title suggests, an experience, and an absolute must-see for “Game of Thrones” fans. For over two hours, fans are swept away to the Seven Kingdoms, enjoying a jaunt to The Wall, King’s Landing, Westeros, Essos, and Winterfell, all without leaving their seats.

Let's Talk About...'The Young Victoria' vs. 'Victoria'

While history buffs try to separate fact from fiction regarding the recent “Victoria” TV series, this movie and TV fan, will take on a far simpler task. Comparing the enchanting, 2009 film “The Young Victoria,” to Season 1 of ITV/PBS' ambitious TV series, “Victoria.” 

The same queen.

 Two entertainment mediums.

One incredible love story.

Which one did it better? Let's dig in...

'Big Little Lies' on HBO: The Essential Info

“Big Little Lies” is HBO’s latest all-star miniseries. The drama centers on three Monterey mothers, Madeline (Reese Witherspoon), Celeste (Nicole Kidman), and Jane (Shailene Woodley). When one of the women’s sons is accused of choking, one of his female classmates during their first-grade orientation, a feud between the trio, and the girl’s mother begins.

Movie Review | Love & Friendship (2016)

Kate Beckinsale’s feisty performance is the valiant highlight of this tepid costume drama. “Love & Friendship” is an adaptation of Jane Austen’s novella “Lady Susan.” In this chatty adaptation by director Whit Stillman, the vivacious Kate Beckinsale stars as the eponymous lead. A ruthless widow, and cunning social climber, who schemes up a marriage for herself, and her mild-mannered daughter, a task that is easier said than done.

Movie Review | Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

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Bolder, sexier, and loaded with eroticism, “Fifty Shades Darker” is everything a sequel should be, greater than the sum of its original. “Fifty Shades Darker” fully realizes the potential of its source material, in a movie that dares to be free with its sensuality, and contemplative with its story. To state the matter plainly, “Fifty Shades Darker” is the first movie to snap this film enthusiast out of their 6 month, movie-viewing slumber.

Top 30 Romantic Songs From Movies & TV: Spotify Playlist

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Soundtracks have long been a bastion of romantic songs. Can you imagine your favorite screen romance, without the perfect song playing in the background? A score is the quintessential ingredient to creating the sweeping ambiance that catapults an on-screen love story to the next level. So when it came to compiling a list of the best romantic songs from movies, and TV, the choices felt obvious.

Movie Review | Split (2017)

M. Night Shyamalan’s darkest film to date is also his most densely scripted. James McAvoy stars as a man, whose personality has splintered 23 ways. As his 24th persona prepares to emerge, he randomly kidnaps three teenage girls (Haley Lu Richardson, Jessica Sula, and Anya Taylor-Joy).