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AMERICAN ASSASSIN Movie Review

AMERICAN ASSASSIN Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer A fun thriller hobbled by stale dialogue from every action-thriller movie the collective screenwriters have ever seen. Based on the novels by the late Vince Flynn, the multiple screenwriters – Stephen Schiff, Michael Finch, Edward Zwick, and Marshall Herskovitz – threw everything they have ever written and […]

IT Movie Review

IT Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Pennywise was so deliciously creepy, I wanted to know more. Maybe Chapter 2 will flesh evil out. I want to know why. I haven’t read Stephen King’s 1986, 1,184 page opus “IT”. So I cannot compare it to this film directed by Andy Muschietti. Adapted from just the first part […]

PATTI CAKE$ Review

PATTI CAKE$ Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Bridget Everett is sensational and Danielle Macdonald secures her place in Hollywood movies. It sounds like a movie you have no interest in seeing. You heard its about a fat chick named Patty (Danielle Macdonald) who lives in the rundown, neglected, tree-less part of New Jersey with […]

Reefdog: This novel dives into the crisis of one while exploring the glory of the sea

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Reefdog: This novel dives into the crisis of one while exploring the glory of the sea

Reefdog: A Novel by Robert Wintner Can a conflicted dive leader keep from drowning amidst a midlife crisis, a breakup, an attempted murder and the changing of his beloved Hawaiian paradise? By Debbie Hall Reefdog is combines adventure, romance, betrayal and mystery while exploring the exploitation of Hawaii while stopping the decay of Polynesian Islands. […]

Michelle Rohl to rock out The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26

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Michelle Rohl to rock out The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26

Las Vegas powerhouse vocalist Michelle Rohl will be bringing her long-awaited solo show, “Michelle Rohl Rox!” to The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Aug. 26. Michelle is a singer, songwriter and celebrity tribute artist began her journey to right out of high school as an original member of one of Las Vegas’ earliest […]

48 Hours to Vegas Film Goes to Filmapalooza in Paris France 2018

48 Hours to Vegas Film Goes to Filmapalooza in Paris France 2018

Written by Nikki Artale The 48 Hour Film Project is a contest between filmmakers who film one weekend, non-stop  and then go on to compete against all other city winners around the world. Each team is assigned a genre, a prop, a character and a line of dialogue and must use these elements to create […]

Join Dixie Dooley during the Great American Eclipse moving a mountain on Aug. 21

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Join Dixie Dooley during the Great American Eclipse moving a mountain on Aug. 21

By Debbie Hall Dixie Dooley will attempt to move a mountain. This is not an illusion or trick. On Monday, Aug. 21, the sun will begin to dim over Mt. Charleston at 9:09 a.m. and for almost three hours will remain in almost complete darkness before the sun returns at 11:52 a.m. The mountain will […]

STEP Movie Review

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STEP Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Its hard to criticize such an inspiring, well-intentional film. What’s next? Senior citizens in wheelchairs across the country starting “synchronistic clapping” teams? The Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women, a public charter high school, was established in 2009. It’s mission is to send every one of its […]

THE ASSIGNMENT Movie Review

THE ASSIGNMENT Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer Terrific noir thriller. Rodriguez is daring, provocative and sensational as a hitman. A must-see, so rent or buy it. According to imdb.com, veteran director Walter Hill has been very busy producing. With THE ASSIGNMENT he’s back directing. Hill has also co-written the film with Denis Hamill. Sadly […]

DETROIT Movie Review

DETROIT Movie Review

By Victoria Alexander, Film Critic Las Vegas Informer This is one unnecessarily provocative account. According to historical accounts and reenacted by director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal, the infamous three-day Detroit riots that began the night of July 23, 1967, started when the police raided an after-hours club. Were the police supposed to let […]

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