Hey guys, this week on CinemAddicts I’m giving away my review copies of Geostorm (Gerard Butler) and Kidnap (Halle Berry). Entry details and slight changes to my weekly giveaways are below!
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I’ve rebooted my ‘A Movie A Day’ quest, but as of now I feel like I’m back on the path. My CinemAddicts buddy Anderson Cowan is hoping I’ll last at least 30 days without missing beat, and seven days in I’m surviving. Details on the flicks you should see (Mom and Dad, Like Me) and skip (The Snowman) below!
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Channeling heartbreak and pain into your work is what fuels some of the best (and most productive artists). For The Voice alum (and season 12 winner) Chris Blue, these experiences helped shape his single “Blue Blood Blues.” Check out video on Blue as he talks about the genesis of the track.
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Along with hosting and executive producing The Wall, Chris Hardwick is an interviewer and podcaster, Nerdist head, Talking Dead host, and an up and coming film producer who inked a 3-picture deal with Blumhouse Productions. During The Wall interviews, I asked Hardwick about the secret to time management (at least for him). Video is below!!
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Oprah Winfrey has served as a mentor and inspiration to many a soul, and one of her greatest teachers (and friends) was Maya Angelou. During the backstage press interviews at the Golden Globes, Winfrey recounted an important piece of advice doled out by Angelou:
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In the winter of 1989, I relocated from the LA Basin to the Space Coast of East Central Florida. I had only known California up until that point and was a bit overwhelmed by the thought of relocation. Trepidation set in as I engaged in that transition and I sought to find the positive in the myriad of challenges that the change brought. My path to calmness set in during a temporary residence at the Cocoa Beach Hilton, part of the transition.
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Movies inspired by true events immediately catch my attention, and with Helen Mirren and Jason Clarke toplining Winchester, that should be more than enough. The second trailer has just been released, and I’ll also throw out another huge reason to have high hopes for Winchester . . .
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Iconic rock band X Japan are coming back to the U.S. for their debut performances at Indio’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The outfit will play the Saturday dates (April 14 & 21) of the fest. Further details below!
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It’s great seeing Anderson Cowan once a month, and though we both agree January is the dumping ground for bad movies, flicks like Molly’s Game, Blame, and American Folk stand out like the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. I’m keeping the recap short and sweet, but more importantly details on the films below!
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