The "Star Wars" Saga

‘Star Wars’ Revisited: Why the Original 6 Films Are Even Better Than You Remember

“A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…” For every “Star Wars” fan, the journey into George Lucas’ dazzling outer space saga begins with those 10 words. And with the explosive success of J.J. Abrams’ 2015 series reboot, “The Force Awakens,” fans old and new are revisiting the original trilogies for a fresh […]

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James B. Donovan’s Family Offers Look at Real-Life ‘Bridge of Spies’ Hero

In 1962, New York lawyer James B. Donovan was given an unlikely mission: Facilitate the exchange of convicted Soviet spy Rudolf Abel for captured U.S. pilot Francis Gary Powers in hostile East Berlin. The situation was, in fact, one that Donovan had predicted. Just five years earlier, the 46-year-old married father of four was assigned […]

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Short Films Steal the Spotlight at Oscar Week Celebration

Short films may not get as much attention as their feature-length brethren during awards season, but these bite-sized flicks are telling some of the best world narratives on any screen. Thanks to the Academy Awards and ShortsHD, the animated and live-action short films nominated at this year’s Oscars can be seen across the country in […]

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Cannibalism Meets Loneliness in Henry Rollins’ Horror Film ‘He Never Died’

Jack is a man of strict routine. Jack sleeps. Jack watches TV. Jack plays bingo. Jack eats at the local diner. Jack illegally purchases bags of blood from a hospital intern to quench his never-ending appetite for human flesh. Jack is the stone-faced anti-hero at the center of the new horror movie “He Never Died,” […]

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