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The Galactic Gazette: Star Wars News at HJ
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The Judge
Welcome To The Feud
Film Looks At Family, Pride, & Generational Scars

How good are you at letting go? At forgiving? This parable about family and forgiveness will leave you thinking… and maybe make you change.

The Beats Journal 10/21/14
Ben Howard, KJ-52, Martin Smith
What's new this week...

The newest disc from a British indie folkster, your newest Monday Night Football theme, and the former Delirious frontman solo, all on this edition of Beats Weekly

Fury
The Unglory Of War
David Ayer Explores The Nature Of Man

When is a war movie more than a glorification of war and violence? When it asks us to consider our own lives, regardless of whether we’re holding a weapon or not.

KJ-52 Mental
New Single TONIGHT Becomes Theme Song For ESPN's Monday Night Football
KJ-52 Signs Exclusive Booking Representation With GOA

KJ-52 set to release new album Mental On Oct 21, 2014

Evolution of a Criminal
A Story of Sin and Repentance
Honor student becomes bank robber becomes...

When Darius Clark Monroe was sixteen he was in honors classes at school. He served on the student council. He had a job and a loving family. When he was seventeen he entered prison after having been convicted of bank robbery. In Evolution of a Criminal, Monroe tells his own story of how this happened and, more importantly, what has happened since.

Algorithms
Beyond Seeing
Young blind Indian chess players

As we watch we may be challenged to rethink what we regard as disability. Certainly these boys are far better chess players that I ever was even with my advantage of being able to look at the chessboard and see where all the pieces are.

Rudderless
Adrift in Grief
Music, grace, and healing

Rudderless is the story of a man set adrift in his grief. Sam, an advertising executive, has his world torn asunder when his son dies in a shooting on a college campus. He just can’t get over it and two years later is living in an alcoholic haze on a boat.

Fury
What the Horror of War Reveals
Good Movie that Wanted to be Great

Fury is a movie that desperately wants to be considered one of the great war flicks of all time. It has the substance, and it has the atmosphere, but it’s too flawed and too grim to ever reach the lofty status it so obviously desires.

Comics Weekly 10-16-2014
Death of Wolverine
The Best There Is

Wolverine, to me, is a perfect example of turning tragedy into hope. He’s also a perfect example of unconditional love. He always had a big heart, and he had no quarrels with sharing it.

The Virtual Pew
A Christmas Story
Chapter 2 Christmas Eve

Charlie enjoyed Christmas more than any of the holidays and his house showed it. While the region surrounding Tulsa was noted for its holiday decorations, Charlie and Tayra had a house which truly exhibited the holiday spirit. The two story split-level home had lights surrounding its frame all of the way around the eves.

Film Festival On The Plains, Tallgrass 2014
A Top 10 Festival
Respecting Independent Film

Over the last 4 or 5 years I have had the honor of covering The Tallgrass Film Festival in Wichita Kansas. It is according to some, one of the top 10 film festivals in the country and some say one of the top 2 or 3 in the Midwest.

Sanctus Real
The Dream
Relentless Optimism Points To The Goodness of God

Sanctus Real returns with their best album in nearly a decade.

DVD Roundup 10/14/14
Coward, Penny Dreadful, Scooby-Doo
Two Broke Girls, Veggietales, X-Men

Funny or serious? That’s your big choice this with this week’s offerings that stretch from the animated to the super and around the corner to what hides in the shadows.

The Judge
More Than A Courtroom Drama
Duval and Downy At The Top Of Their Craft

Duvall is at the top of this game, Downy has never been better, and the supporting cast is excellent. I can’t think of a better, more thought-provoking movie that I have seen this year than The Judge.

Killing Jesus
National Geographic Channel Announeces Cast Of Upcoming Global Television Event
To Premiere Globally On National Geographic Channel In 2015

Nationional Geographic Channel announces the cast in the upcoming television event Killing Jesus.

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