A new book by Maria Bello Looks at the labels that are used to define us and questions whether they are even relevant.
“Third Person,” despite an intriguing opening and numerous compelling individual moments, demands patience from us without sufficiently rewarding it by film’s end.
It’s about 2½ hours long, but there’s not a wasted frame in this visually and thematically dark mystery-suspense thriller.
What does the quieter and more thoughtful autumn movie season have in store for viewers before the award-conscious, high-profile holiday movie lineup unveils? Here’s a peek…
It’s just a tad better than the original, which stunk.
Bello says she’s incredibly moved by tonight’s award at the Independence Visitor’s Center, in part because she cut her teeth in activism while a Villanova student.
What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
Maria Bello, a Norristown, Pennsylvania native and Sea Isle City summer resident, was awarded with a Key to Sea Isle City for the community service she has done with women in Haiti.
A couple is traumatized when they learn that their son has gone on a shooting rampage on his college campus and then turned the gun on himself.
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