Heather Bremer: A few things I think I think as fall approaches
Sometimes there’s a lot rattling around this brain. So here’s 10 things I think I think — with great respect to Sports Illustrated’s Peter King, who includes “10 Things” as a regular feature in his column, Monday Morning Quarterback.
“The Sound of the Spirit” is one of the featured independent films at the upcoming Homegrown Hoosier Film Festival. The festival, held Saturday and Sunday at the Paramount Theatre, gives Indiana filmmakers a chance to be recognized for their work.
Heather Bremer: Two loves of a lifetime were unexpected discoveries
My husband, George, and I celebrated our ninth wedding anniversary Thursday. Nine years of wedded (mostly) bliss that I wouldn’t trade for the world. Like most couples who find themselves at the altar, we share lots of interests.
Editorial: Censorship wrong; movies need their artistic freedom
Mass acts of violence by madmen are random and unpredictable; they won’t be stopped by placing controls on an artistic medium like film or TV.
Heather Bremer: When your nerves settle, return to the movies
A tragedy like the theater shootings in Aurora, Colo., brings life into sharp focus. Because any of those 12 victims could have been me. Or you. Or your loved one.
Shooting heightens concern at entertainment venues
The mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater rattled the nerves of some other moviegoers with opening weekend tickets for the new Batman film and led some cinema chains to add more guards.
Local moviegoers don't think shooting will keep people away
After hearing about the deadly shooting that took place early Friday morning in Aurora, Colo., during the midnight showing of “The Dark Knight Rises,” local moviegoer Jeff Wall wondered what to expect at the Mounds Mall theater.
Heather Bremer: Will 'Dark Knight Rises' redeem DC, Warner Bros.?
It’s been a fantastic summer for comic book movies. First, “The Avengers,” then “The Amazing Spider-Man.” Both filling Marvel’s coffers. What a great time for the industry.
Heather Bremer: Finally, the Spider-Man we've been waiting for
Whether you’re enjoying an extended holiday or ending a week that felt like it had two Mondays, I offer you two suggestions for entertainment this weekend.
Heather Bremer: Hard to believe we've had 17 years of Pixar magic
It's been 17 years since Woody met Buzz. Seventeen years since a boy’s love for his toys melted our hearts. And 17 years since audiences were treated to images that transformed animation into artistry.
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