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Clueless Movie Reviews: “This Is Where I Leave You”

Like the family at its center, “This is Where I Leave You” is a hilarious and charmingly cluttered mess.

98.7 The Fan–09/16/2014

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Clueless Movie Reviews: “Get On Up”

“Get on Up” entertains and enthralls because just like its subject, the late James Brown, it’s not afraid to break the rules.

98.7 The Fan–08/01/2014

Photo credit: WETA

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes”

Thoughtful, ambitious, and character-driven from start to finish, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is a worthy sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.”

98.7 The Fan–07/10/2014

Photo Credit: Merrick Morton

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Chef”

There’s so much to like about Chef, Jon Favreau’s return to small-scale film making after several years of working on big budget extravaganzas such as Iron Man and Cowboys and Aliens, that it’s hard to know where to start. But at its heart, Chef is a simple, intimate story of rebirth and reconnection between a father and his family, his creativity, and his own sense of self. Like a truly great gourmet dish prepared with heart and imagination, it’s many, many flavors blending together into something remarkable and worth experiencing.

98.7 The Fan–05/27/2014

Photo Credit: Peter Mountain

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Transcendence”

Transcendence is a quietly intense and cerebral film that relies heavily on its visuals and the gravitas of its stars to hold audiences’ interest as it methodically unfolds. But its ambitions and its talented cast are not enough to overcome the shortcomings of faulty pacing and a muddled conclusion that leaves you wondering just what exactly the filmmakers were trying to say and what they were out to accomplish.

98.7 The Fan–04/17/2014

Photo credit:  Niko Tavernise

Clueless Movie Reviews: “Noah”

Along with the epic scope and apocalyptic imagery you might expect from a cinematic telling of the biblical story of Noah, director Darren Aronofsky brings tremendous humanity and depth of emotion to his interpretation of the story. It’s that commitment to depicting human feeling in the film that proves to be the most compelling aspect of Aronofsky’s work here, as brought to life by a dream cast of performers led by Russell Crowe, who delivers his most engrossing performance in years.

98.7 The Fan–03/28/2014

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The True Story Behind Perez Hilton Versus One Direction’s Zayn Malik

“I always said that he’d be the first to leave the group, and this is just another indication that I am right,” predicts Hilton.

08/27/2012

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