Home » Archives by category » Entertainment (Page 6)

Review: ‘22 Jump Street’ proves college is even funnier than high school

Review: ‘22 Jump Street’ proves college is even funnier than high school

Comedy is terribly subjective, but if you enjoyed “21 Jump Street,” then its neighbor, “22 Jump Street” delivers much of the same, perhaps even a bit more. You can break…

Fitz & The Tantrums coming to civic center; tickets will go on sale today

Fitz & The Tantrums are set to take the stage at Donald L. Tucker Civic Center in Tallahassee Tuesday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. Brimming with imagination, energy and genre-smashing…

Review: Love amidst life, death and cancer in ‘Fault in our Stars’

Review: Love amidst life, death and cancer in ‘Fault in our Stars’

When I saw that first trailer for “The Fault in Our Stars,” I had no idea it was based on a widely popular book which has sent millions of fans…

Review: ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ provides fun summer action in sci-fi package

Review: ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ provides fun summer action in sci-fi package

Based on the Japanese novel “All You Have is Kill,” “Edge of Tomorrow,” starring Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher) and Emily Blunt (“Looper”), is a fun sci-fi popcorn flick, full of…

Taylor Made Sing is tonight (June 13)

The Taylor Made Sing and Auction, hosted by the Big Bend Hospice Taylor County Advisory Council, will be held tonight (Friday) from 5-7 p.m., in the fellowship hall of First…

Review: ‘Maleficent’ proves once again Disney is the king of fairy tales

Review: ‘Maleficent’ proves once again Disney is the king of fairy tales

So, after letting the other studios try their hand at adapting the fairy tales, Disney has once again stepped in to show everyone else just how it is done with…

Review: ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ is a funny comedy spoiled by toilet humor

Review: ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ is a funny comedy spoiled by toilet humor

There are rarer film genres than the Western comedy, but not many. Off the top of my head, only two examples come to mind:  the celebrated Mel Brooks’ film “Blazing…

African-American music to highlight June concert series

African-American music to highlight June concert series

A celebration of African-American Music Appreciation Month occurs every Friday night in June at the Bo Diddley Community Plaza as part of the “Free Fridays” concert series. Inspired by the…

Review: ‘X-Men’ builds off the past to create fun and exciting future

Review: ‘X-Men’ builds off the past to create fun and exciting future

This has been a pretty successful summer so far, and the latest hit is “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” which brings together the franchise’s two principal casts along with its…

Bach Parley concludes season with ‘Spring 2 Spring’ concert

The Tallahassee Bach Parley will conclude its 33rd season with “Spring 2 Spring,” featuring Spring from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons and Spring Quartet by Antonio Guido. The concert will be held…