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One More Plucky Young Hollywood Writer

I like movies and television a lot. That should come as no surprise, as I’ve been writing about them for The Pulse for nearly ten years. I’m not terribly interested in genre—whenever anyone asks what kind of movies I like, I generally respond by ...

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When one talks about the “greatest actors of their generation”, Tom Hanks is a name that often ascends high on the roster of our current crop of film stars. And for good reason. One only has to list a few of his film roles to justify his inclusion... Read more

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The 1980s offered a lot of fears—strangers, Satan, communism (nothing new), etc. Some of these, like communism, have shifted some. We’re not afraid of communist countries really, but anything that might resemble socialism, like tax increases for ... Read more


The entire world was watching a grainy TV signal on July 20, 1969 when Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the moon, declaring, “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” Audiences will once again experience ... Read more

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Good stories are almost always inspirational in some way. Although critics generally look down on it, fan fiction is a completely natural reaction to enjoying a book or a series of books. It can be difficult for new writers to start their own work... Read more


What if our heroes aren’t heroes? This past Memorial Day reminded us of the sacrifices made by the men and women of our military, while at the same time we’re also inundated with new stories about the president considering pardons for war ... Read more


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