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The villain that made his name in Marvel’s Daredevil, Jon Bernthal’s Punisher is back, and on the hunt for his family’s killers. From the first sequence, before the opening credits, you should be pulled in and if you aren’t hooked by the end of Episode 1, then maybe Marvel just isn’t right for you? Frank Castle, …

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Unless Southwest is running a great priced sale (because you can’t say no to low prices and two free bags), JetBlue will be my airline of choice for the future. The positives for a JetBlue flight started off great, and just kept adding on, and here are some of their pros, which may have been …

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David (played by Craig Roberts) is in New York City, working on his directing, or rather, becoming a “production assistant” (read: intern) wasting time running errands at an agency for nine months…and getting rejected over and over, on his ideas and in his relationships, all while fawning over Annabelle (Allison Lanier), a costume designer at …

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The world came to know Professor Robert Langdon in Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, even though that was the second book in the series, after the amazing Angels & Demons. Now, after the Professor of symbology, made famous(er) by Tom Hanks, has explored CERN, Da Vinci, the Freemasons, and Dante, they come to face the age-old questions …

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Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, who recently popped up on Netflix in Oh, Hello on Broadway, have continued their strange connection with Big Mouth, a show about teenagers hitting puberty and figuring out their feelings. Being alone is great, It prepares you for real life. The hormone monster and monstress are taking over their lives, dictating their every …

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It’s hard to believe that 25-year-old Demi Lovato has six albums out over a nine-year span, as she still feels like one of the fresh new voices, but with today’s release of Tell Me You Love Me, Demi opens up about relationships, life, vulnerability, and everything in between. This album doesn’t have a bad note on it, …

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The Pfefferman’s are back and heading to Israel, for speaking engagements, escapes from reality, and to get in touch with their religious sides. But when Maura (Jeffrey Tambor) discovers his long dead father may still be alive, and a “Cool Guy” on top of that, the search into their lives gets a little deeper. Meanwhile, …

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One of the first comedy albums I heard growing up was Jerry Seinfeld’s I’m Telling You For The Last Time, but despite that, I gravitated towards Friends more. Jerry Seinfeld (as well as Larry David) is a special kind of comedy, where you either enjoy their style or can’t stand it, but whichever way you go you …

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