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A Little Help

By Bob on November 24, 2011 5:38 AM | Read More

A Little Help, is one of those nice, slice-of-life indie films that are easily overlooked. That's a shame really, because this one sneaks up on you with a wit and charm that shouldn't be missed.

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Daydream Nation

By Bob on May 26, 2011 5:28 AM | Read More

Daydream Nation is a movie that will haunt you. It's a coming of age tale that avoids the sunny clichés usually associated with the genre by substituting a slightly dark, ironic story worthy of David Lynch.

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"Avatar"

By Cole on January 6, 2010 1:42 PM | Read More

With its $237 million budget, and 12 years of production, the story behind James Cameron's "Avatar" easily eclipses the film's plot. But for a film that's far more interested in drowning the audience in drool-worthy special effects and epic 45-minute battle scenes than anything else, that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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"The Box"

By Cole on November 19, 2009 6:00 AM | Read More

Since 2001's "Donnie Darko," director Richard Kelly has inspired as many cries of heavy-handed pomposity for his existential sci-fi films as he has cult-like fanaticism. But with the release of his newest treatise on sacrifice, "The Box," no one should accuse him of lacking ambition. 

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"Where the Wild Things Are"

By Cole on November 4, 2009 6:00 AM | Read More

A surreal poem of childhood for adults, Spike Jonze's new film, "Where the Wild Things Are," plays with its source material with all the care of a nine-year-old. And that's a very good thing. 

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"Blow Your Mind" Baked Chicken Wings

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Courtesy of Daphne Oz, from The Chew: An Essential Guide to Cooking and Entertaining

Okay guys, the first time I tried making these I kept thinking to myself that there was no way that these baked chicken wings were ever going live up to the classic fried preparation. But boy was I wrong! There is just something about the combination of the soy, honey and chili flakes that, when baked in the oven, creates a sticky and salty-sweet glaze that is just stick-to-your-ribs good. They are so good, in fact, that they'll blow your mind!

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Windy City

It's been almost 18 years since Alison Krauss gave us a solo album, but the wait is over with Windy City. The release (her fifth solo studio album) features ten covers of classic songs (and some bonus tracks) she picked with producer Buddy Cannon.

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