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Review: Streep proves she can rock, too, in the heartfelt ‘Ricki and the Flash’

Review: Streep proves she can rock, too, in the heartfelt ‘Ricki and the Flash’

By MARK VIOLA Needless to say, 19-time Academy Award nominee Meryl Streep has portrayed a lot of different characters, and while I have not seen even most of her performances,…

Nothing ‘Fantastic’ to be found

Nothing ‘Fantastic’ to be found

By MARK VIOLA Since Marvel Comics got into the movie-making business with 2008’s “Iron Man,” it has been on a stellar streak, producing 11 great movies with, in my opinion,…

Review: ‘Rogue Nation’ proves Cruise still has it for what may be the best ‘M:I’ film yet

Review: ‘Rogue Nation’ proves Cruise still has it for what may be the best ‘M:I’ film yet

By MARK VIOLA With the arrival of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” actor Tom Cruise has returned once again to the film franchise that refuses to die. And this is…

Marshall will perform at Perry Theater Aug. 13

The Perry Theatre will host a special concert event Thursday, Aug. 13, at 7:30 p.m. featuring Johnnie Marshall and the Southern Rain Band. Tickets are on sale now for $16…

Review: ‘Paper Towns’ is a compelling teen drama with quality performances

Review: ‘Paper Towns’ is a compelling teen drama with quality performances

By MARK VIOLA We’ve probably all had a person we knew as a young child who left a mark on us even if they later drifted or moved away. And…

Roosevelt Collier Suwannee Getdown will begin July 31

If you missed the first Roosevelt Collier Suwannee Getdown Camping Series at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park & Campground in Live Oak, you have another chance tonight (Friday)…

Review: Marvel strikes again with ‘Ant-Man’

Review: Marvel strikes again with ‘Ant-Man’

By MARK VIOLA With last summer’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” serving as the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s (MCU) most serious film to date and “Guardians of the Galaxy” its most…

Review: ‘Trainwreck’ stays on the tracks with Schumer’s bawdy humor

Review: ‘Trainwreck’ stays on the tracks with Schumer’s bawdy humor

By MARK VIOLA Comedian Amy Schumer is now taking on Hollywood in the comedy “Trainwreck,” written by her and directed by her friend Judd Apatow (“Knocked-Up,” “This Is 40”). Starring…

Review: ‘Minions’ offers the laughs but doesn’t have a very deep story

Review: ‘Minions’ offers the laughs but doesn’t have a very deep story

By MARK VIOLA Well, the Minions do finally have their own movie, aptly called “Minions,” directed by series regular Pierre Coffin and co-director Kyle Balda (“The Lorax”) with a story…

Tallahassee Magazine hosts singles auction

Tallahassee Magazine’s Top Singles, one of the most anticipated events of the summer, returns for a sixth year on Saturday, Aug. 1, at a new venue, the Donald L. Tucker…