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Dear Editor, I am a strong believer in the First Amendment right which guarantees all individuals "freedom of speech". It is one of the basic tenets of which this country was birthed. However, there must be a point where responsible people draw a line in the sand. To say I am disappointed in the editorial staff of this newspaper would be a massive understatement, at the very least! I have emailed your circulation department a request, on my behalf, for an immediate refund in full for any remaining time left on my subscription. There will be no more "BrooWaha" with this readers morning coffee... Read More
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Australia day, celebrated on January 26th is fast approaching and all around Los Angeles, ‘G’day L.A.’ events are in motion. Australia Day commemorates the landing of the First Fleet in Sydney Cove in 1788 and is our official, national day - despite continuing to be shrouded with controversy. L.A. hosts ‘Australia Week’ from the 11th to the 20th of January, in the lead up to the big day. It showcases all things Australian from food, wine, film, arts, lifestyle, trade and investment to indigenous culture and tourism. Events are scattered across the city (and country), with Bristol Farms... Read More
Insult or intellectualize as you wish, the best comedy you’re probably not watching is now a Big Dirty movie and currently in its 6th season on Showcase TV in Canada. What began independently in 1991 as writer/director Mike Clattenburg’s black & white faux-documentary on a couple of Canadian trailer park pet hitmen has grown, matured, and cured into a #1 comedy TV series and a Hollywood-influenced feature, minus the U.S. distributor. Respect is earned, and while I admit to being the first in line to cross-check a Canuck, steal their Loonies and drink their Molson Ice; I mighta had it wrong... Read More
Going into this movie, I had no idea how much of the director's work I had already seen. His name is Guillermo del Toro and, in his relatively sparse career, he has made several notable films including Mimic, The Devil's Backbone, Blade II, and Hellboy. Clearly, "notable" does not always mean "good," but such a memorable CV is impressive nonetheless. In fact, those are the only films he has made in the past 10 years and I'm willing to bet you've all heard of at least three of them. Not a bad feat for a foreign-born-and-raised director who was virtually unknown before then. Whether or not you've... Read More
I am sure many will find this a difficult film to watch. I liken it to a horror film, sans werewolves or vampires, it's a story of the future (2027) in which our entire world is in chaos. A world where mankind has lost it's ability to procreate and the youngest person in the world was just murdered at the ripe age of 18 years old. London, England is the backdrop for the racist nationalistic Government's attempt to ethnically cleanse England of any "outside influences". Toss in the arrival of the first pregnant woman in almost two decades and we become witnesses to a classic cinematic struggle... Read More
In the spirit of 20-somethings across America, I thought I’d start the New Year by finishing my Christmas shopping. Well not shopping per say, but I do have a belated holiday gift for the fans and soon-to-be fans of the Perry Bible Fellowship webcomic: an interview with creator Nicholas Gurewitch. An aesthetic chameleon and subtle comedian, Gurewitch has been able to balance the profane with the profound, the clever with the silly—and all in four frames or less. The 24 year old New York native started PBF comics while attending film school, a background that may account for his keen ability... Read More
It's safe to say that on an average day, you can observe at least five people working on a screenplay in or around West Hollywood without even trying. Usually, they are bent over a steaming mug of Joe, are clutching a highlighter like there is no tomorrow and are grimacing at the result of their 2oth re-write. Surprisingly, even with all these struggling writers clamoring for a piece of the marquee, 2007 is slated to be the "Year of the Sequel". You may be thinking, “Wait, wasn't 2006 chock full of sequels too?" Sure, we had "Pirates of the Caribbean 2", "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning",... Read More

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