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Travel the world with Agent Hartley and Nolan Booth, an unlikely duo attempting to out-wit the beautiful Bishop in Netflix's "Red Notice." This action-comedy is full of just that, fast-paced action and over the top questionable innuendos. But, it's Deadpool, I mean, Ryan Reynolds, so it's fu…

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"Val," a documentary so close to the heart, that the life it highlights only shines bright, is a look inside the life and roles of actor Val Kilmer.

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"Dune" is set in the distant future on planets not like our own. There is a drug known as spice on the planet Arrakis. It is known within wealthy circles to give abilities of transcending time and space.

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James Bond has been a huge part of my growing up, from sharing the name, James, to living on a street that shares the same name as one of the classic films, I have always felt a connection to the English spy.

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With an opening like "Original Gangster," almost immediately interest is lost. The start to this indie-action flick is very underwhelming, and honestly the story really lacks in connecting with the viewer.

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This past weekend, Autumn Halberstadt and I decided to venture to Paris for the classic drive-in experience. Having been over 15 years since we cruised into a drive-in movie theater, we were both eager for the adventure.

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Soleil Moon Frye's documentary, Kid90 is a true time capsule. One that will have you reminiscing with many familiar faces and voices from the 1990s.

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The Troubadour concert series at Cardome continues to grow and now includes a “Writers Night,” featuring three of Kentucky’s most successful authors.

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A series of 10 concerts featuring nationally known artists such as Exile and Jerry Douglas will be held this June at Cardome Renaissance Center.

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Directed by Chloe Zhao, Nomadland is a quietly chaotic, yet endearing film that follows Fern, played by Frances McDormand, who has chosen to live life on the road in a van she calls "Vanguard."

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Walking into Roe v. Wade a viewer would think the film is about the historical impact of the controversial 1971-73 case—a straight forward historical picture.

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Don't judge a film by its title—Church People is a new faith-based comedy released just a few weeks ago, and it will have you laughing from beginning to end.

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The greatest weekend trips were with family to pick out one of three movies at Blockbuster; Sidekicks (1992) with Jonathan Brandis and Chuck Norris, 3 Ninjas (1992) with Victor Wong or Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (1995), with Karen Ashley, Jason David Frank and the familiar TV sh…

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Last week, I wrote a story from a book that a friend gave me long ago who had traveled through Kentucky recommended for me. This week, I would like to tell you about another place I long ago had visited and a place that I have visited several times. You may have too — South Union, Kentucky.

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A note to my readers: I am sorry that I have not been able to keep the Kentucky Table running for the last few weeks. A run-in with my new (and beautiful and wonderful) cat one night lead me to the hospital, the doctors and the nurses of the North Carolina hospital where I grew up. I came to…