Unless you’re deep into the culinary world, you’ve probably never heard the name Jeremiah Tower. The father of modern American cuisine and probably the first of the country’s celebrity chefs, he changed the face of the food industry. He is also a rather strange man.
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A jealous ex-wife. A new fiance with a troubled past. Unforgettable.
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Despite going out on a bittersweet note that made grown men cry and seemed to wrap up the insane franchise perfectly, Vin Diesel and family are back.
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Raising a child by yourself is hard enough. For Frank (Chris Evans) it’s an extra challenge when the child in question is a mathematical prodigy, trying to find a way to fit in with other seven year olds while hungering for intellectual stimulation. When her estranged grandmother suddenly swoops in to give her “the life she deserves,” everyone’s worlds are turned upside down.
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Based on the true story of how the owners of the Warsaw zoo smuggled Jews out of the ghetto and into safety during the Nazi occupation. Starring Jessica Chastain and Daniel Brühl.
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It has been twenty (!) years since the Power Rangers has been on the big screen, but the spandex ninja series is still going strong on television since debuting in 1993. I’d be willing to bet there are some of you reading this who have been alive for fewer years than Power Rangers has been on TV. It obviously has its fan base – are they going to be happy with this new big budget adaptation?
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The talented Emma Watson steps into the famous golden dress to become Belle in Disney’s live action re-imagining of their critically acclaimed 1991 animated feature.
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The king of the apes is back and bigger than ever before.
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Iko Uwais, star of the Indonesian action masterpiece, The Raid, stars in Headshot as a man with a troubled and violent past he can’t remember.
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“The table that should have known to send regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry.” That’s table 19.
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