DVD Review: ‘Saturday Night Fever – 30th Anniversary Edition’

Paramount | 1977 | 118 mins | Rated R It’s hard to believe that Saturday Night Fever is thirty years old this year. I was very young when the film was originally released, but I remember vividly how everyone wanted to dance like John Travolta and the Bee Gees driven soundtrack pulsed out of radio …

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DVD Review: Frasier – The Complete Ninth Season

Frasier was like the Energizer bunny of television shows. The darn thing wouldn’t go away; it just kept running and running. Entering the show’s ninth season, the Frasier staff was rocked by personal tragedy when David Angell, the series’ executive producer and co-creator was killed on American Airlines flight 11, which struck the World Trade …

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Music Review: Maroon 5 – It Won’t Be Soon Before Long

Maroon 5 didn’t really burst on to the international music scene. The band’s first album, Songs about Jane, originally released in June 2002, the album finally broke into the top 100 on the Billboard charts in 2004 on the strength of such hit singles as “Harder to Breathe,” “Sunday Morning” and “This Love.” Maroon 5 …

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Music Review: Omar – Sing (If You Want It)

Omar is considered by many to be the founder of nu-classic British soul. After a five year layoff, Omar has released his sixth album, Sing (If You Want It). With guest appearances by Stevie Wonder, Common, Angie Stone, and Estelle among others, Omar has created upbeat, soul infused dance music, mixed with romantic vibes. On …

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Music Review: Rachael Sage – The Blistering Sun

The first thing that caught my eye about singer/songwriter Rachael Sage’s seventh album is the comic-like cover art. Beyond the cover, Ms. Sage’s latest release The Blistering Sun showcases her diverse talents as both a vocalist and lyricist. She manages to cover a little folk, blues, jazz, and pop music all in the space of …

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