Mike Pereira on controversial replay review in Bills vs. Colts, ‘To me, it’s pretty obvious that it was a fumble and recovery by the Bills’

Mike Pereira reacts to the controversial replay at the end of the Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts Wild Card game. Pereira says, ‘It’s pretty obvious that it was a fumble and recovery by the Bills.’ FOX Sports Digital BEST DEAL … Read more…

‘Crack: Cocaine, Corruption & Conspiracy’ Review: An Eye-Opening Look at the Crack Epidemic, a Tragedy That Was Hyped and Exploited

In the 1980s, the crack epidemic tore through America’s inner cities like a brushfire, and it was a devastating scourge. But it also left a seared trail of media images that were more concocted, simplistic, and racially biased than they … Read more…

‘Stand!’ Review: Canadian Musical Treatment of the Winnipeg General Strike Has Sincerity in Spades

After “Hamilton” made an earwormy global phenomenon from the life story of American founding father Alexander Hamilton, no chapter of history can be declared too dour for spangly, heart-on-sleeve musical treatment — though the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 is … Read more…

‘Gaza Mon Amour’ Review: Coy Middle-Aged Romance and Bawdy Farce Mingle in Palestine’s Amiable Oscar Entry

The title “Gaza Mon Amour” carries threatening echoes of those cutesy auteur short anthologies (“Paris je t’aime,” “New York, I Love You”) in which assorted drifting souls find love in the same scenic city streets. Happily, Palestinian twin filmmakers Arab … Read more…

‘We Can Be Heroes’ Review: Robert Rodriguez’s Genial Homemade Kiddie Superhero Flick for Netflix

Robert Rodriguez famously made his first feature, “El Mariachi” (1993), for $ 7,000, and in the years since he’s made a point, rather charmingly, of staying in touch with that DIY side of himself. This first became apparent in the … Read more…

‘Babenco: Tell Me When I Die’ Review: A Moving, Eccentric Lover’s Elegy for Héctor Babenco

“I have already lived my death — all that’s left is to make the movie.” So says celebrated Argentine-Brazilian filmmaker Héctor Babenco in a documentary that, sure enough, attempts to bring closure to a life already concluded. After three decades … Read more…

Teracube 2e Review: Can This $139 Sustainable Smartphone Challenge Google And Samsung? | Forbes

Forbes SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save up to 80% off of your medicine! SPECIAL DONATION REQUEST UPDATE: Please help American Consultants Rx achieve it’s biggest goal yet of donating over … Read more…

Eminem Remains in His Comfort Zone, For Better and Worse, on ‘Music to Be Murdered By – Side B’: Album Review

Think what you will about “Music to Be Murdered By – Side B,” but you can’t say Eminem’s not having fun. This has hardly been a given on many of Marshall Mathers’ recent releases. Whether he was struggling to live … Read more…

Uneven Stephen King Adaptation ‘The Stand’ Can’t Quite Convey Its Apocalyptic Stakes: TV Review

In terms of post-apocalyptic shows about a viral communicable disease causing the end of the world, CBS All-Access’ “The Stand” falls somewhere between Amazon’s “Utopia” and AMC’s still-kicking “The Walking Dead” franchise. Classier than the former, which gleefully used violence … Read more…

‘Archenemy’ Review: Small-Scale Superheroics With Looks but Little Depth

Superhero movies have become so pervasive since the turn of the millennium that they’ve spurred a whole subgenre of films subverting their formulas — primarily low-budget efforts like “Special,” “Super” and “Defendor,” but also major-studio projects “Joker” and “Hancock.” All … Read more…

Coronavirus live updates: US sets daily death record as Pfizer vaccine reaches FDA review; experts say 70% need shot to slow spread

Experts say 70% need to be immunized to stem coronavirus pandemic. Canada OKs Pfizer vaccine, which heads to FDA review Thursday. Latest COVID news.        GANNETT Syndication Service SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription … Read more…

‘The Flight Attendant’ Throws Kaley Cuoco Into a Glossy, Twisty, Energetic Murder Mystery: TV Review

The first few minutes of “The Flight Attendant” are as vivid and glamorous as the life Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) projects to the world as she travels it. She hops from one blurry night out to the next, trading cities … Read more…