Nunsense an unconventional delight

High energy international sensation comes to London

Friday, March 20th, 2009

A large group of nuns dance in a scene from Nonsense

When a cooking accident kills most of the nuns of the Little Sisters of Hoboken and reckless spending means there isn’t enough money to bury the deceased, the survivors put on a variety show in order to raise funds for the burials. (read more)

LEGEND pays tribute to John Lennon and Yoko Ono's bed-in

Friday, March 20th, 2009

John Lennon and Yoka Ono

“All we are saying is give peace a chance.”

In 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono held a two-week long bed-in to promote peace. They visited Amsterdam and Montreal with the hope to end war with a non-violent approach. (read more)

Modern day romantic comedies lack romance, comedy

Glory days of Pretty Woman and Sleepless in Seattle are over

Friday, March 20th, 2009

27 Dresses

Two dazzling leading ladies in wedding dresses, with the film’s title in pink swirled script " one glance at the poster for Bride Wars and you know it’s a romantic comedy. Yet like most modern films in this genre, Bride Wars fails at both counts: it’s neither romantic nor funny. (read more)

A&E Shorts

Friday, March 20th, 2009

New celebrity beefs; Reznor disses Cornell, Van Morrison slams Beatles
Trent Reznor has been making headlines this past week after insulting Chris Cornell’s new solo album, Scream. (read more)

McDonald horror flick comes to Western Film

Friday, March 20th, 2009

A scene from Pontypool

With his new film, Canadian director Bruce McDonald (Hardcore Logo, Highway 61) proves that zombie epidemics can happen in small towns north of the border, too.

In Pontypool, Stephen McHattie (Seinfeld, Watchmen) plays a talk-radio DJ in the small town of Pontypool, Ontario who learns about a mob of carnivorous citizens terrorizing the town. (read more)


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