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Tag Archive for 'Julianne Hough'

‘Safe Haven’ Is A Romantic Pit Stop From Better Films (Movie Review)

It seems to be the most irritating to write about films like this.  I do not have anything against the idea of a romantic drama that is timed to come out around Valentine’s Day, because it is of course the type of film certain people would want to see around then, let alone by those […]

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Rock Of Ages – Just Seen It Movie Review

Based on the Broadway musical, a small town girl and a city boy meet on the Sunset Strip. Both have dreams of singing careers while paying their dues working at the most famous rock club in LA. But when the city boy gets his big break, it threatens their love. This movie boasts a fantastic […]

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‘Rock of Ages’ Rocks it Out

What do you do with a successful off-Broadway musical from 2005?  You take it to Broadway.  What happens after it’s a hit there?  Why, make it a movie, of course! In its live production form, Rock of Ages debuted 7 years ago in Los Angeles and after eventually transitioning to Broadway, the much-heralded concept hit the big screen this past […]

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‘Footloose’ on Blu-ray March 6

Called “fantastic” (People), “exciting” (Ain’t It Cool) and “high energy fun” (US Weekly), the contemporary re-telling of the beloved classic FOOTLOOSE debuts in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack with UltraViolet™ and a Digital Copy, On Demand and for Digital Download on March 6, 2012 from Paramount Home Entertainment.  Boasting high-energy dancing, an inspirational story and an […]

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Beat For Beat, It’s The Old ‘Footloose’, But In New Boots

So earlier in the week, before seeing the new update of Footloose, I watched the original 1984 Footloose, starring Kevin Bacon, for the very first time.  Upon doing this, I found out something that I was not aware of – Footloose is a legitimately good movie and I was never aware of this fact.  It […]

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“The Beautiful People” of ‘Burlesque’

First thing’s first.  Christina Aguilera…where have you been all my life?  Why have I never recognized your…um…talents until 2010?  Well anyway, the original deal between my writing partner Gregg Senko and I was that I would tackle the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows movie review last week and he would take on Burlesque.  After […]

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