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Review – Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation shouldn’t work. It’s the fifth installment of an action franchised based on a cheesy 60s television show. The protagonist is 53 years old. And it is rehashing a lot of the concepts and ideas that you’ve seen in previous Mission: Impossible films,

Hobo Radio 358 – Paul Rudd doesn’t want to be that guy

This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss Rudd's delightful quirkiness, his Ant-Man co-star Michael Douglas' bizarre claim for how he got cancer and Michael Peña's "breakout role." They also share their thoughts on the announced Killing Joke animated film and Judy Greer's summer of playing moms.

Review – Southpaw

If you’ve ever seen a boxing movie (or an underdog story in general), you can see every story beat coming in Southpaw from a mile away. The story feels like a lazy man’s Rocky III. It follows Billy “The Great” Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal), an undefeated championship boxer

Review – Paper Towns

The film’s title, Paper Towns, refers to a trick used by cartographers to prevent other mapmakers from copying their hard work. The cartographers would create fake towns – a.k.a. “paper towns” – so that if those faux cities popped up on someone else’s map, they’d know they

Bone and Blood – 32 hours of Artscape

Kim Le recaps her 36-hour stretch at Artscape, America's largest free arts festival, which happened this past weekend in Baltimore. America's largest free arts festival, attracting 350,000+ attendees over three days