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Shakespeare In New York City

Some of the most enduring storylines in modern theater and film trace their roots to one name: William Shakespeare. And often in ways that aren’t even noticed by casual filmgoers. Such was the case with 1961’s West Side Story, which catapulted ...



What would happen if you took the dot matrix printers out of Alien, added footage from Battlestar Galactica, and then tried to pass it off as a movie? You’d get Space Mutiny. Combine a wardrobe of spandex and tinfoil; a set boasting AstroTurf and ... more

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If you already know, just by reading the headline, what a Dalek is, you are likely already excited about what’s to come in this little column. If you don’t know,’s high time you expand your entertainment world to include one of the most ... more

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Pretty much every fan of over-the-top film comedy has a soft spot in their comedic heart for the legendary Mel Brooks. The man behind such classics as Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, History Of The World, Part 1, and Spaceballs (among many ... more

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For many Tennessee Aquarium guests, gazing into the Secret Reef exhibit is as close to SCUBA diving as they’ll ever experience. But beginning May 25, visitors will be able to delve even deeper when Oceans 3D: Our Blue Planet premieres at the ... more

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After slashing its way to the top of the box office heap, the year’s biggest blockbuster, Black Panther, arrives May 4 on the only screen in Chattanooga massive enough to accommodate action on such an epic scale. more

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