Gainesville’s music gurus can witness the life story of the lesser-known folk-rocker Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, with the limited release screening of “Searching for Sugarman” at Regal Cinemas 14 Friday.
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Following in the footsteps of contemporary love stories such as “Juno” and “(500) Days of Summer,” “Celeste and Jesse Forever” is the latest, and arguably the smartest, film to ride the wave of new, realistic romantic comedies.
After the critical and financial success of “Bridesmaids,” women have finally been recognized as contenders for lead comedic roles. Audiences have expected that more female-dominated comedy films would follow, and one is on it’s way this weekend.
It’s September, which means the iconic Moonman is back on television for one night of risqué sketches, likely lip-synced performances and musical debauchery.
Screenplay writer David H. Steinberg, of the iconic teen movies “Slackers” and the “American Pie” series, shows that 10 years after the movies’ releases, when it comes to playing out teen lingo, sex drives and self-deprecations, he still understands teenagers — all of which we see in his new book “Last Stop This Town.”
Hollywood’s renditions of bestselling books “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” and “The Hunger Games” set a trend of strong female characters.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele liken themselves to a famous duo in order to distinguish their voices from one another.
NBC appears to be the rebel of mainstream reality shows with their recent productions being the antithesis of mainstream hits.
Premiering right after the Super Bowl, the second season of NBC's "The Voice" showcased the talent and fun it had to offer.
Despite all of the negative attention Netflix has gotten from the media over the past six months, the company has managed to conjure up something that can separate it from its competition.
UF student Skyler Kern and alumnus Jonothon Mitchell teamed up to write, produce and direct the raunchy comedy "The Row," which debuts tonight in Weimer Hall Room 1064 at 7 p.m.
Armed with a microphone, a biting sense of humor and an expansive knowledge of pop culture, comedian Billy Eichner takes to the streets of New York City.
A new semester is upon us, and that means a new season of television shows are here to distract us from said semester.