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Re: “Pitch Perfect 2

Ever since the surprise success of the Fox TV show Glee audiences have been exposed to the world of choirs, high school show choirs, and the world of a capella. The film Pitch Perfect deals with the latter of the three.
Pitch Perfect stars Anna Kendrick as Beca, an incoming freshman at Barden College who is forced to go to college by her father who just happens to be a professor there. To know about Pitch Perfect 3 First Look just take a look and you get all the information you need.

Posted by john190 on 01/17/2017 at 1:31 AM

Re: “Shannon Street: Echoes Under A Blood Red Moon Documentary Explores A Memphis Tragedy

Thanks Chris! I miss all you Memphis cats. Stay cool!

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Posted by Keith Krass on 01/06/2017 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Shannon Street: Echoes Under A Blood Red Moon Documentary Explores A Memphis Tragedy

I fixed it. Thanks for catching that for me!

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Posted by Chris McCoy on 01/06/2017 at 12:31 PM

Re: “Shannon Street: Echoes Under A Blood Red Moon Documentary Explores A Memphis Tragedy

Hi Chris McCoy. You've got a typo here. It's Keith Cadwallader. Not Caldallder. Thanks.

Posted by Keith Krass on 01/06/2017 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Hidden Figures

Keep cranking out focus based movies. Crank out some Gidget goes Hawaiian and Tammy movies with people of color. Make some love stories with people of color for the Hallmark channel, not just a few. People of color fall in love all the time. Try not to be stereotypical. Why does Taraji need to be a head jerking loudmouth. She does that well, give her a chance to show more sides of her acting ability. So many stars of so many shades why is this America only showing one side. Show the different shades of people that continue to make this country great. Why hide their stories? All good and intelligent and sweet and medically wonderful and moral are not only Caucasion. Enough already! American film is so pitifully tranparent.

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Posted by anonymous on 01/06/2017 at 12:57 AM

Re: “Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures is a good movie. I don't think it is Oscar worthy but People"s Choice worthy. It makes you want to google these women and see who they were. I am apalled that people of color are deliberately deleted from historical occurances. It is seldom questioned when the only person of color is the doorman, maid or janitor. It is 2017.Why did it take so long for this movie to hit the screen. This movie did not dwell on the horrible atrocities of prejudice and bias. These women were not super heroes with capes and sexist Marvel orDC costumes, they were women with children and husbands, who happened to have underpaid jobs at NASA that they were quite qualified for. Americans seem to hate women, people of color and and big group of a mix of others they can find or invent a reason to hate. I am tired of hearing the complaining and whining of people who feel they have been treated unfairly. It was great to see a movie where a truth was divulged and the spirit of the day reminded us how ugly America was and is. Why is America so afraid to tell the truth about all of her people? Why suppress history ? Are we that pathetic? Good movie, thanks for teasing us with this little bit of history.

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Posted by anonymous on 01/06/2017 at 12:42 AM
Posted by Zak Baker on 01/02/2017 at 12:52 PM

Re: “Top 20 Memphis Music Videos of 2016 (Part 1)

Loved Chris Milam's video for the single "Tell Me Something I Don't Know." Can't wait for the next video and for the full album release!

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Posted by Faithful Fan on 01/02/2017 at 10:43 AM

Re: “Memphis Wrestling Legend Jackie Fargo Dies

My name is buster Higgins, I remember walking downtown Nashville, one morning with my babysitter, I was 6 yrs. old. We walk by a liquor store, and I peek in, and there he was my hero, the king, Jackie Fargo. He looked at me and motioned me to come in, my babysitter took me in , and it was the most wonderful thing, I had ever dreamed of, getting to me mr fargo.i never to this day ever forgot it, I'm 62 yes. Old now, but he was the most kindest, and wonderful gentleman I had ever met. He had the kindest heart, he was my hero, I have his strut down pat now, Rest In Peace, mr fargo, I will never forget

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Posted by Robert w. Higgins on 01/01/2017 at 8:48 PM

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