Tag: Comedy

Club Eclipse Relaunches as Adult Bar, Restaurant, Entertainment Venue

Club Eclipse Relaunches as Adult Bar, Restaurant, Entertainment Venue

| October 31, 2017 | 0 Comments | Bristow Biz

Club Eclipse, under 21-night club, will reopen as an adult restaurant, bar and entertainment venue, Oct. 7.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Neighbors is No Animal House

MOVIE REVIEW: Neighbors is No Animal House

With interchangeable characters, and play for laugh scenes, neighbors is no Animal House.

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Patriot High School Performs Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”

Patriot High School Performs Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”

| November 14, 2013 | 1 Comment | Arts & Entertainment

Patriot High School students will be performing “As You Like It” Nov. 14 at 7 p.m., and Nov. 16 at 1 and 7 p.m.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Family’ Lacks Humor, Intrigue

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Family’ Lacks Humor, Intrigue

| September 15, 2013 | 0 Comments | Arts & Entertainment

This story has been overplayed for years, but I was hopeful that in the hands of Writer/Director Luc Besson (“Fifth Element”), something astounding would happen.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The World’s End’ Offers Original Concept; More Than Mindless Comedy

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The World’s End’ Offers Original Concept; More Than Mindless Comedy

| August 25, 2013 | 0 Comments | News

“The World’s End” is closer than you think, and we can thank filmmakers Edgar Wright (“Scott Pilgrim vs. The World”) and Simon Pegg (“Paul”) for that.

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The Capitol Steps Comedy Troupe Comes to Hylton Center Sept. 22

The Capitol Steps Comedy Troupe Comes to Hylton Center Sept. 22

| September 16, 2012 | 0 Comments | Arts & Entertainment

Capitol Steps writer Mark Eaton said he just has to open any newspaper to find plenty of new material for his political satire comedy show, especially during a presidential election year.

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CinemaFunk: The Artist

| January 27, 2012 | 0 Comments | Cinema Funk

Yes, there was a time when film did not forcibly shove junk into your face or crowd your ears with high volume rumbles and electronic soundtracks. The Artist takes us back to a time when the entire film industry completely changed its technological foundations almost overnight, effectively leaving behind thousands of talents who either resisted the change or were unable to assimilate into sound production. While the film got the basic aspects of the film down perfectly, it scrapes the bottom of the barrel.

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