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For decades, Hollywood has struggled with the concept of the reboot. Not merely the “remake,” which was a fairly common occurrence ever since Hollywood figured out how to upgrade the technology of The Wizard of Oz (1910) and re-film The Wizard of Oz (1939) — now with sound and color! — but specifically, the reboot.  As in upgrading
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A middle schooler had Erin questioning everything, but was Erin right to feel guilty? Blue Bloods Season 14 Episode 6 focused on the difference between the letter of the law and its intended spirit, with Frank and Erin facing potential miscarriages of justice. Meanwhile, Danny and Baez solved one of their most tragic cases with
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And I repeat, Jolink have become that annoyingly happy couple that either endears or nauseates with no in-between. But alas, their shenanigans were nothing if not entertaining and slightly comical on Grey’s Anatomy Season 20 Episode 5, as the hour brought some more tension and drama among characters and was mostly case-focused. Meredith’s appearance brought
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Abbott Elementary was on a little spring break, but we’re back with a brand new episode, and Janine has big news. On Abbott Elementary Season 3 Episode 9, Janine is offered a full-time job for the district now that her fellowship is ending. Gregory is fretting about a student who is missing a ton of
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Chenford fans, how are you all doing? If The Rookie Season 6 Episode 6 wasn’t anything else, it was utterly brutal for those viewers who love the fan-favorite ‘ship as we watched a multi-season-long slow-burn relationship that appeared rock solid get pulled from beneath our feet in the blink of an eye. The hour also
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Life as a teenager has drastically changed since technology’s inception and the evolution of world views. I am, admittedly, on the older side of Gen-Z. I only recently realized I was not technically a millennial, having been born in 1997. This is mainly because being in high school for me (2012-2016) is worlds away from
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Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth Interview with Jim Wilson, Award Winning Composer, Pianist & Recording Artist, Author of “Tuned-In: Memoirs of a Piano Man”. Jim Wilson is a multi-award winning composer, pianist, concert and recording artist who has just released a fascinating, entertaining and insightful memoir entitled, “Tuned-In: Memoirs of a Piano Man: Behind the
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Lifetime is known for its original ‘Ripped From the Headlines’ movies that retell the events that grip the nation and even the world. If you have ever seen one, you know it can be challenging to get over the low-budget production and corny writing, but that’s part of their addiction. They tend to get filmed
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