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And by “Kill The Noise,” I’m referring to all the chatter (both “for” and “against”) that began over a year ago, starting with my summer 2011 review/critique of the script, to actress/filmmaker and Quentin Tarantino confidant, Rie Rasmussen’s hyperbolic statements in the fall of last year, suggesting that the film would be […]
“Written and directed by Los Angeles native Vincent LaMotte, and shot by acclaimed cinematographer Alex Santana, The Rapper is set in the digital-age and chronicles the story of three young men who attempt to overcome the lack of support, lack of resources, lack of finances and the pressures of street like in […]
Sex sells. When we look at the spectrum of female singers over the past century, the most successful artists haven’t just been gifted musically, but they’ve also been some of the most physically alluring women we’ve ever witnessed. And that’s just a bonus to their unmatched talent, No. 1 […]
We’ve said it before, but it’s worth saying again: Apps are big business. Last year this time, it was reported that 1.2 billion apps were downloaded from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store in a single week. 509 million of those downloads came from the U.S. Apps […]
Interview: Paul Mooney Talks the 2012 Presidential Election, Mitt Romney’s Face, and Washington D.C.
Paul Mooney has never been one to bite his tongue. The legendary comedian, actor, author, and social analyst got his first break writing for Richard Pryor. He helped pen Pryor’s Is It Something I Said, Bicentennial Nigger, and Live on the Sunset Strip albums. In addition to writing for programs like Sanford and Son, Mooney served as […]