Jim Bailey: Now Steven Spielberg's 'Lincoln' belongs to the ages
A trip down I-69 was well worth it to see "Lincoln," Steven Spielberg’s recounting of the historicity of the 16th president, likely the most capable and astute man ever to hold the office.
Heather Bremer: Growing up doesn't mean giving up favorite diversions
For those who make it through these trials, the arrival of a baby can be the event that causes many to shake off those final vestiges of youth and emerge as a full-realized adult. But I began to feel a sense of finality creeping in this summer.
Heather Bremer: Start a new tradition, watch a holiday movie each day
This year, I want to challenge film fans to complete the Christmas Movie Advent Calendar. Starting Saturday, just watch one holiday movie each day until Christmas. Here are 25 suggestions.
Prof says film lives up to Lincoln's life
History professor Brian Dirck of Anderson University views Abraham Lincoln as a multifaceted three-dimensional figure, a far cry from that two-dimensional “honest Abe” who could never tell a lie.
Heather Bremer: Tatum not the top when there are better options
Following Wednesday’s announcement of People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, the Internet was afire with debate about Channing Tatum’s selection.
Heather Bremer: All James Bond songs started with a theme
Bond’s next adventure, “Skyfall,” opens today and brings with it a throwback to its early roots. Adele lends her stunning, award-winning voice to a haunting tune that shares the film’s title. If the film packs nearly the punch the song does, Bond fans are in for a treat.
Heather Bremer: Mickey, Nemo and Iron Man, meet Anakin, Luke and Yoda
Disney rocked the entertainment world Tuesday, announcing the purchase of the entirety of George Lucas’ empire for the hefty sum of $4 billion.
Heather Bremer: 'The Avengers' sets stage for ambitious slate
While we have until April 2013 to see exactly how the fallout from invasion of the Chitauri and assembling of Earth’s mightiest superheroes unfolds on screen, we are already seeing the film’s ramifications on the broader entertainment landscape.
Heather Bremer: New horror offerings take inspiration from 'Blair Witch'
October brings a rush of horror films to the theater, but only after weeks of forcing us to turn our eyes from increasingly graphic and grotesque trailers running nonstop on our television and ambushing us on websites.
Heather Bremer: Give me Halloween; not the horror films
I am all in when it comes to Halloween. But I absolutely hate horror films, haunted houses, zombies or anything else meant to scare the pants off you.
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