USHS play set for this weekend
Star Players preparing for annual Christmas Cabaret
Pizza and Passports
TIFFIN — “To Kill a Mockingbird” is coming to the Ritz Theater at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 25, 26 and Nov. 2; at 10 a.m. Nov. 1; and at 2 p.m. Nov. 3.
The Star Players Inc. will present the beloved musical production “The Wizard of Oz,” through Sunday at The Star Theatre, 121 W. Wyandot Ave. Show dates and times are 7:30 p.m. today, Friday, Saturday. There will be two matinee performances at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
I recently went to see “Hustlers,” the movie inspired by a true story about strippers, led in the movie by Jennifer Lopez, who turn to drugging rich men and maxing out their credit cards after a 2008 economic downturn meant fewer men were coming to the clubs.
It is with regret that today I must discuss my deep disappointment with “IT Chapter Two.”
This is the conclusion to 2017’s “IT,” which depicted the first half of Stephen King’s horror novel about a group of misfit tweens (The Losers Club) who must battle Pennywise, a demonic clown from another dimension.
I recently enjoyed seeing “Angel Has Fallen,” the third in the series, after “Olympus Has Fallen” and “London Has Fallen,” of action movies starring Gerard Butler as Secret Service Agent Mike Banning.
Morgan Freeman, returns from the first two movies as speaker of the house and then vice president. Allan Trumbull, now the president in this movie, replaces Aaron Eckhart.
New horror comedy, “Ready or Not,” is a clever, amusing little tale of a bride coerced into playing a game of hide and seek on her wedding night with the groom’s family members, who, she is shocked to discover, are actually seeking to kill her unless she is able to avoid their clutches and survive until dawn.
Today I’m excited to discuss “Blinded By the Light,” which is currently playing in theaters. This movie is just wonderful!
I have been anxiously waiting to see this movie as it features the music of Bruce Springsteen, of whom I am a huge fan. I can happily say it did not disappoint me! This is an independent film, inspired by the true story of a Pakistani teen, Javed, who lives with his family in 1987 Britain and feels trapped by his town and his traditionalist father, but finds inspiration through the music of Bruce Springsteen to break away and fulfill his dream of becoming a writer.
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