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Movie Review: '6 Years' (2015)

There’s a reason the title to this movie is “6 Years” instead of “6 Years and Counting”, that’s because it follows the rapid decline of a pair of young lovers’ 6 year relationship. Opening on the sunny times of Melanie (Taissa Farmiga), more popularly referred to as Mel, and Dan (Ben Rosenfield) things seem to be going swimmingly for the couple. Little do they know a cloud is on the horizon and a storm is about to break. A lifestyle spent frolicking with friends, going to parties and getting wasted has its consequences.

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Like Jonas on "Dark," take a deep dive into Eclectic Pop's past with an assortment of TV reviews. Click on the pic to travel through the wormhole! *Plus, social media links below* (;

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Retro Movie Review: 'Damsels in Distress' (2011)

When “Damsels in Distress” begins, it is hard to ignore its “Mean Girls” leanings. After all they have quite a bit in common. A new girl arrives at school (Analeigh Tipton) where she is quickly taken under the wing of a female clique (Greta Gerwig, Megalyn Echikunwoke, Carrie MacLemore), which is headed by an intimidating blonde leader, Gerwig’s Violet.

Top 5 Ways to Improve 'Dancing with the Stars'


With another season almost upon us, it’s time to break down the Top 5 ways “Dancing with the Stars” could improve as a competition and a reality show…

#5 Age of Contestants

DWTS is arguably just as famous for its racy sequined costuming as it is for the polar ages of its contestants. “Age is just a number” is one of the repeated mantras you will hear when a super young or mature in years, contestant performs. Then the judges and hosts will express wonder over the routine they just saw due to the contestant's age.

Movie Review: 'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.' (2015)

A lot of how you respond to Guy Richie’s stylish take on “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” has to do with what you go in expecting. If you’re anticipating the gadgetry of retro Bond, the action adventure of the “Bourne” franchise, the stunts of “Mission: Impossible” and the bromance of Richie’s “Sherlock Holmes” movies, you will not find much of that here. Nor, if you do a little research, will you find much similarity to the 60s TV show from which the movie takes its name.