Archives for January 2015

Reverential Retrospective Recounts U.S. Pilots’ Role in Israel’s War of Independence

  Above and Beyond Film Review by Kam Williams Reverential Retrospective Recounts U.S. Pilots’ Role in Israel’s War of Independence     Israel found itself losing its War of Independence in 1948 because it had no fighter planes with which to respond to air attacks on the part of its Arab adversaries. Luckily, a number […]

The Good Vibrations Show, The Calvin Gilmore Theater, Opens February 3

  February 03, 2015 – October 23, 2015 The best music, comedy and dance of the 60s, 70s, and 80s, blended with rich multimedia screens, special effects, and elaborate costuming, all performed live by the award-winning cast of The Carolina Opry. This fast-paced, high-energy show will take you on a virtual tour back to the […]

2nd Annual Taste of the MarshWalk, Murrells Inlet MarshWalk, February 7 – 8

  Date: February 07 – February 08, 2015 Time: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Cure the post football blues with the 2nd Annual Taste of the MarshWalk February 7th & 8th. Sample the chef’s favorite dishes from each of seven award-winning restaurants from 11am to 4pm each day. Local artisans, crafters, live music, and kids’ […]

Grandparents Square-Off over Biracial Child in Contentious Courtroom Drama

  Black or White Film Review by Kam Williams Grandparents Square-Off over Biracial Child in Contentious Courtroom Drama   When Elliot Anderson’s (Kevin Costner) wife Carol (Jennifer Ehle) perishes in a tragic car accident, he suddenly finds himself facing the prospect of raising his 7 year-old granddaughter Eloise (Jillian Estell) alone. After all, the couple […]

Deflate-Gate or Deflated-Ego-Gate you tell me!

  Deflate-Gate or Deflated-Ego-Gate you tell me!    I’m Will Roberts, and this is the daily scream!! Ahh, here we go! Now how sad is it that we question everything these days, I will tell ya the question, next! Deflate gate Now, I don’t know the outcome of whether they did or didn’t deflate the […]

True Tale Recounts How CIA First Introduced Crack to the ‘Hood

  Kill the Messenger DVD Review by Kam Williams True Tale Recounts How CIA First Introduced Crack to the ‘Hood     In August of 1996, the San Jose Mercury News published an eye-opening expose’ detailing exactly how the Central Intelligence Agency had orchestrated the importation of crack cocaine from Nicaragua as well as its […]

Downey Plays Prodigal Son in Search of Redemption in Compelling Courtroom Drama

  The Judge DVD Review by Kam Williams Downey Plays Prodigal Son in Search of Redemption in Compelling Courtroom Drama     Hank Palmer (Robert Downey, Jr.) is a very successful, criminal defense attorney with a good reason to hide his humble roots. After all, he was a rebellious kid who frequently landed in trouble […]

Oscar-Winner Reflects on Life, Career and His Latest Film

  Kevin Costner The “Black or White” Interview with Kam Williams Oscar-Winner Reflects on Life, Career and His Latest Film     Kevin Michael Costner was born in Lynwood, California on January 18, 1955. After landing a breakout role in Silverado in 1985, he enjoyed a meteoric rise in such hit pictures as The Untouchables, […]

Brad Pitt Plays Tough Tank Commander in WWII Flick

  Fury DVD Review by Kam Williams Brad Pitt Plays Tough Tank Commander in WWII Flick     It is April of 1945, and the Allies are making major inroads across the European theater. However, Adolf Hitler has responded to the attrition in the ranks of his army by exhorting women and children to take […]

CNN Special Revisits the Liberation of Notorious Concentration Camp

  Voices of Auschwitz TV Review by Kam Williams CNN Special Revisits the Liberation of Notorious Concentration Camp     While tracing his roots a year ago, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer learned for the first time that his paternal grandparents had perished at Auschwitz during the Second World War. That discovery made him a natural to […]

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