TCFF Day 8 Film Highlights and Interview with ‘The Big Noise’ director Dominic Pelosi

It's already Day 8 of TCFF! Boy, time flies when you're having a blast! We've got a bunch of great films screening today, check out our host Ingrid Moss introducing what's playing today: ... I'm excited for The Big Noise and One Chance (aka the Paul Potts movie), which couldn't be more different in terms …

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Twin Cities Film Fest: Preview of 2013 Lineup

Twin Cities Film Fest (TCFF) is excited to offer a sneak peak at several films coming to their 2013 lineup, including some of the most anticipated films of the year. TCFF is less than two months away, it will will run from October 17 – October 26. Jatin Setia, executive director of the Twin Cities …

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Weekend Viewing Reviews: Mirror Mirror and Angel (2007)

The last day of July is coming to an end, in fact it's already August for some of you, but hey I thought I'd fit in a couple of reviews first before I post my Monthly Roundup tomorrow. Been watching the Olympics much? The only thing I managed to watch is the opening ceremony which …

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Who will win the weekend? The Expendables vs. Eat, Pray, Love

Everyone's been calling it the ultimate battle of the sexes at the movies this weekend. Of course it isn't the first time an explosive action-packed movie opens against a chick flick, nothing new there, but it seems that with The Expendables vs. Eat, Pray, Love, the contrast couldn't be more... well ginormous. As massive as …

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Scene Spotlight: Changing seasons – Notting Hill

I've been having a serious case of Spring fever of late – as practically everybody in my neck of the woods – as we seem to be skipping March and goes directly to May. The Twin Cities have had NO SNOW the entire month, not even any real wind chill to speak off. I mean, …

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Ensemble Cast in Movies – Valentine’s Day

I stumbled upon this upcoming movie on IMDB the other day, and it kind of reminded me of Love, Actually (which was set in London around Christmas time) when I read the plot: Intertwining couples and singles in Los Angeles break-up and make-up based on the pressures and expectations of Valentine's Day. Garry Marshall, the director …

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