Exciting Disney news, exclusive clips of "Moana", surprise guests and so much magic! The Disney Social Media Moms Celebration "On the Road!" at the Disneyland Resort was an amazing conference.Read More
Bangarang! The Lost Boys celebrate the 25th anniversary of Hook with a nostalgic photo shoot.Read More
Over-worked, over-committed and fed-up. Sound familiar? 'Bad Moms' is the perfect movie for every mom that needs a break from the pressure.Read More
The Great Mall is the perfect place to spend a warm summer day! We loved our shopcation and have 5 reasons why you need to experience your own Great Mall Shopcation this summer.Read More
I am the biggest Star Wars fan I know in the purest, dorkiest most 1970s sense of fandom. So you would think after standing in line for over an hour to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens I would tell you that the highlight of my week, in terms of entertainment, was watching the most anticipated film of the decade. Sadly, no. But that's only because American Horror Story: Hotel lit up the sleepy, creepy Hotel Cortez this week with an Indiana Jones-esque sword/gun fight and dropped quite a few fresh surprises in this week's episode, "She Gets Revenge".Read More
It's been a busy time for Dweezil Zappa. He's out on the Zappa Plays Zappa Tour, in the midst of releasing his new album "Via Zammata'" and mourning the passing of his beautiful mother. During all of this, fans were given the gift of "Dragon Master', the only song written by both Dweezil and his father Frank.Read More
"Straight Outta Compton" succeeds at telling the origin story of the legendary hip-hop group N.W.A. with strong performances by the actors portraying the original members: Corey Hawkins as Dr. Dre, Aldis Hodge as MC Ren, Jason Mitchell in an amazing debut as Easy-E, O'Shea Jackson Jr. as his father Ice Cube and Neil Brown Jr. as DJ Yella.
The film opens loud and fast with an action sequence starring the film's other cast member, the LAPD. Much like the N.W.A. album of the same name, "Straight Outta Compton" makes no apologies when it comes to reporting what happens on inner city streets with brutal honesty. From gang violence to police brutality and the harassment of black men, there are moments in this film when the 1980s Compton scenes look eerily like last night's news broadcast in Any Town, U.S.A.Read More