An Interview with Linor Abargil: The ‘Brave Miss World’ Interview

Beauty Pageant-Winner Talks about Traumatic Rape and Dedicating Her Life to Helping Other Survivors

A national heroine in Israel, Linor Abargil was crowned Miss World in November of 1998. A month and a half before the Miss World competition, she had suffered a brutal rape while modeling in Italy. After

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Kam on Film: ‘Deadpool,’ ‘The Club (El Club),’ and What’s New In Theaters

Deadpool

20th Century Fox

Rated R for sexuality, graphic nudity, graphic violence and pervasive profanity

Ryan Reynolds Absolutely ‘Marvel’-ous As Wisecracking Superhero

Technically, Deadpool is the eighth installment in the X-Men film franchise, although it’s different enough from the others to stand on its own. In fact, it’s not only …

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Kam on Film: ‘Fifty Shades Of Black,’ ‘Monster Hunt’ and What’s New In Theaters

Fifty Shades Of Black

Open Road Films

Rated R for crude sexuality, graphic nudity, ethnic slurs, coarse humor, rape and pervasive profanity

Marlon Wayans Spoofs Romance Genre In Shocking Parody Of Salacious S&M Adventure

Ever since Scary Movie (2000), Marlon Wayans has carved out quite a career for himself writing …

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Kam on Film: ‘The Finest Hours,’ ‘Requiem For The American Dream’ and What’s New In Theaters

The Finest Hours

Walt Disney Pictures

Rated PG-13 for intense peril

Soaring Seafaring Saga Reenacts Daring Coast Guard Rescue

On February 18, 1952, one of the worst nor’easters in history hit New England. In fact, the roiling waters off Cape Cod were so severe that a couple of oil tankers …

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The 10 Best, No, The 100 Best Films Of 2015

10 Best Big Budget Films

  1. Kingsman: The Secret Service
  2. The Revenant
  3. Furious 7
  4. Unfriended
  5. Creed
  6. Jurassic World
  7. The Martian
  8. Black Mass
  9. Trainwreck
  10. Inside Out

 

Big Budgets Honorable Mention

 

  1. It Follows
  2. Star Wars: Episode VII- The Force Awakens
  3. McFarland, USA
  4. American Ultra
  5. Southpaw
  6. Insidious: Chapter 3
  7. Run All Night
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Kam on Film: ‘The Lady In The Van,’ ‘The Benefactor’ and What’s New In Theaters

The Lady In The Van

Sony Pictures Classics

Rated PG-13 for a disturbing image

Celebrated Playwright And Down-And-Out Pensioner Forge Unlikely Friendship In Bittersweet Docudrama

For a half-dozen seasons, Dame Maggie Smith has been delighting television viewers as dowager Violet Crawley on Downton Abbey. Younger fans of the show …

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An Interview with Gugu Mbatha-Raw: The Concussion Interview

Born in Oxford in the United Kingdom, Gugu Mbatha-Raw trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Her first professional role was in an Open Air production of Shakespeare’s As You Like It as Celia. Following this, she landed roles at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre, where she performed …

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Kam on Film: ‘Yosemite,’ ‘Sweaty Betty’ and What’s New In Theaters

Yosemite

Monterey Media

Rated R for sexuality, nudity and profanity

Creepy Coming-Of-Age Flick Explores The Dark Side Of Childhood

Inspired by a couple of short stories by James Franco, Yosemite is an eerie bildungsroman exploring some decidedly dark and dangerous sides of childhood. The drama features a trio of discrete …

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Art Exhibition: 150 Years After The Civil War

(Press Release)

The ideas reflected in Groya’s paintings express a conversation about struggle for equal rights in our culture, in our time. The origin of this struggle can be traced to The Civil War in our country, which ended 150 years ago. The outcome of that war preserved the union. …

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Kam on Film: ‘Where To Invade Next,’ ‘Trumbo’ and What’s New In Theaters

Where To Invade Next

Dog Eat Dog Films

Rated R for profanity, drug use, violent images and brief graphic nudity.

Michael Moore Mounts Faux Invasion In Tongue-in-Cheek Mocumentary

Oscar-winner Michael Moore (for Bowling For Columbine) has been challenging the power structure ever since releasing Roger & Me way back …

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