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Donna Summer Passes Away at 63

Donna Summer Passes Away at 63

Donna Summer, the queen of the disco, has lost her battle with cancer. She was believed to have been in Florida as she attempted to keep the extent of her illness private. She was 63 years old. She was reportedly finishing a new album. Summer was a 5-time Grammy winner who shot to super stardom […]

Vidal Sassoon Passes Away

Vidal Sassoon Passes Away

Vidal Sassoon— arguably the world’s first celebrity snipper, whose name became synonymous with cutting-edge cuts and, later, slapped on shampoo bottles, a staple of a suburban woman’s grooming regimen — died Wednesday of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles. He was 84. In the 1960s, the London-born Sassoon was a beauty pioneer akin […]

Maurice Sendak, author of “Were the Wild Things Are” Dies at 83

Maurice Sendak, author of “Were the Wild Things Are” Dies at 83

DANBURY, Conn.—Maurice Sendak, the children’s book author and illustrator who saw the sometimes-dark side of childhood in books like “Where the Wild Things Are” and “In the Night Kitchen,” has died. He was 83. Longtime friend and caretaker Lynn Caponera said she was with him when he died early Tuesday at a hospital in Danbury, […]

The Lucky One- A Plugged In Movie Review

The Lucky One- A Plugged In Movie Review

by Bob Hoose- Plugged In Movie Review Logan doesn’t know her name or where she lives. All he knows is a pretty smiling face that frames the kindest eyes in the world. This nameless guardian angel in a weathered photograph saved his skin, so many times. He’s sure of it. And he’s determined to find […]

The Three Stooges- Movie Review

The Three Stooges- Movie Review

by Bob Hoose- A Plugged In Movie Review The life of a Stooge isn’t easy. You can never be sure when somebody might call you an imbecile and poke you in the eye, or smack you upside the head with some nearby frying pan or sledgehammer. But a pal’s a pal, right? And Moe, Larry […]

Mirror, Mirror; Plugged In Movie Review

Mirror, Mirror; Plugged In Movie Review

by Paul Asay of Plugged In Movie Review Evil Queens. Do they go to finishing school to work on their malevolence? Do they have tutors who help them develop their diabolical cackle? Do they attend makeup classes titled “Using Lip Gloss to Intimidate” and “The Imperious Eyebrow: A How-to-Pluck Guide”? Do they take tests that […]

The Adventures of Tintin; A Plugged In Movie Review

The Adventures of Tintin; A Plugged In Movie Review

After his flat was ransacked and his property stolen, Tintin could have simply reported the matter to police and left the detective work to them. But, well, that’s not the kind of fellow Tintin is. His boy-reporter instincts told him that there was a great story here. And he was determined to root it out. […]

Footloose: Plugged In Movie Review

Footloose: Plugged In Movie Review

Footloose: Plugged In Movie Review by Adam R. Holz Twenty-seven years after Kevin Bacon and Kenny Loggins first cut loose and kicked off their Sunday shoes, it’s still not easy being the new kid. Especially in a small town. And especially when that town is governed by rules banning … dancing. Ren McCormack, a budding […]

Courageous; Plugged In Movie Review

Courageous; Plugged In Movie Review

Courageous; Plugged In Movie Review by Adam R. Holz Fatherhood isn’t for the fainthearted. It’s a calling every bit as demanding—maybe even more so—as being a, say, fireman or policeman. That’s the life lesson Adam Mitchell, an Albany, Ga., deputy sheriff, learns in Courageous, Sherwood Pictures’ follow-up to Fireproof. Adam is someone many fathers will […]