Daily Archives: April 5, 2018

'Chappaquiddick' Review: Ted Kennedy Drama Is Biopic of an American Tragedy

Kudos to the electrifying Australian actor Jason Clarke (Mudbound, Zero Dark Thirty) for playing Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy with a forceful urgency that avoids the trap of saint-or-sinner labels – an easy go-to when you’re portraying a member of America’s foremost political dynasty. Both he and Chappaquidick hit on som… Rolling Stone Latest Movie Review News

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Al Pacino portrays beloved and disgraced Penn State football coach Joe Paterno in new HBO film

“This was a man who believed in education, someone of integrity, someone who wasn’t just a coach. You couldn’t have a more respected individual,” Levinson says. “And these incidents took place under his watch. So what happened? I think that’s what creates the wonder. If he was some deceptive guy, maybe it’d be less… ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times

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News: AccorHotels signs partnership with Mantis Group

AccorHotels has today announced a strategic partnership with the South Africa-based Mantis Group, a collection of award winning, privately owned, managed and branded five-star properties and lodges located around the world. From boutique hotels, eco lodges, game reserves and luxury houseboats to adventure tourism as well as a bespoke tour opera… Breaking Travel News

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The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling Depicts a Great Comic Who Mined His Insecurities for Art

Do not watch Judd Apatow’s new documentary if you are uncomfortable with yourself. The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, a deeply personal portrait of the titular comedian, unpacks the fascinating life story of a prolific artist in search of himself, and by its devastating finale, you may be left wondering yourself, Who am I? Am I living my truth?

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