Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice – Movie Review

Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman, starring Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill

Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Directed by:
Zack Snyder
Starring:
Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams
Released by: Warner Bros.
Run Time: 2h 31 min
Year:
2016

 

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It doesn’t get any bigger than this. The ultimate showdown between a beloved alien from Krypton and Gotham City’s misunderstood vigilante will determine which hero is fit to watch over Metropolis. As the two battle it out to prove their worth, Lex Luther plots an apocalyptic attack on the city. Now, it’s up to Batman and Superman to join forces in order to stop Luther from setting his master plan, “Doomsday,” in motion.
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City of Gold – Movie Review

Jonathan Gold's documentary, "City of Gold," explores Los Angeles's unique culture through its food

Genre: Documentary, Biography
Directed by:
Laura Gabbert
Starring:
Jonathan Gold, Allen Salkin
Released by:
IFC Films
Run Time: 1h 36 min
Year:
2015

 

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By Anna Albaryan

In this epic love story to the city of Los Angeles and its colorful food scene, restaurant critic Jonathan Gold paints an intimate portrait of his hometown with a different kind of artist’s palette. By bringing to center stage the no-name, hole-in-the-wall spots that make LA’s culture so rich, Gold accomplishes what few have done in the past. He shows us the true face of this vibrant city by exploring its most diverse eateries, and more importantly, the people who keep them running.
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Historic Route 66

Will Rogers Highway

 

America’s “Mother Road,” stretching from Chicago to Los Angeles, was the first of its kind in many respects. For starters, it was the first diagonal highway covering a long stretch of land in the 1920s. But more importantly, it was a pioneer in connecting small, rural towns in Illinois, Missouri and Kansas with larger, urban regions, which helped farmers ship their goods to the big cities. When it was officially commissioned in 1926, Route 66 included 2,448 miles of road. And even though only 800 of those miles were paved, it still served as the nation’s primary junction between the east and west.

 

Mike Bell Travels on the Mother Road

 

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