Category : Reviews

Born A Crime by Trevor Noah

Ever since the days of the court jester, the comedian has been regarded not only for their ability to make people laugh, but through their comedy can become a valued social critic, giving a unique, informed take on society and ...

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On the morning of April 28, 1986, a fire broke out in the Central Library building of the Los Angeles Public Library in the city’s downtown area. The damage was not only destructive to the then-60-year-old structure, it reached devastating ...

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American Prison by Shane Bauer

Back in 1887, New York World reporter Nellie Bly did something unprecedented for a story that would deal with inhumane conditions that were prevalent throughout the city’s insane asylums. The young reporter feigned insanity, so that she could be committed to ...

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Great make-up work to give Nicole Kidman that tormented look in her face, and yes, great acting by Kidman who as LAPD detective Erin Bell is involved in an investigation that would take her to a past that brought her ...

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