Must See Play: Bruce Reisman’s ‘Blank’ now playing at The Complex Hollywood

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Not to be missed is the stage play “Blank,” written and directed by Bruce Reisman, at The Complex Hollywood’s Ruby Theater through Friday, March 14. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased online through BrownPaperTickets or by phone 800-838-3006.

Movie Review: ‘About Last Night’ starring Kevin Hart

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Predictability aside, “About Last Night” was amusing if you take the film for what it is. Plan a girls night out or date night with your boo, and go see “About Last Night” when it opens in theaters on…Valentine’s Day 2014.

‘Mortified’ documentary’s Garry Davis bares all about growing up gay and Christian

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He gave his first b.j. to a guy that he met in a chat room called “Gay Dads Looking for Sons.” That’s one of the precious morsels of information you learn about Garry Davis in the remarkable documentary “Mortified Nation”

Must See Flick: ‘Mortified Nation’ encourages people to ‘share the shame’ of adolescence

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Now, co-producers Dave Nadelberg and Neil Katcher are telling the story of Mortified phenomenon in the brilliant documentary “Mortified Nation.” Beginning November 5, 2o13 “Mortified Nation” will be available online for purchase. Additionally, there are live screenings in select theaters across the US.

MTV celebs join Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx for ‘White House Down: MTV Safe House’ promo parody

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MTV just released a part parody, part promotional video for the movie “White House Down”called “White House Down: MTV Safe House” (Twitter hashtag #WHDMTV)… encounter some MTV darlings: Mark Long (“Road Rules” and the Challenges), Tyler Posey (“Teen Wolf”), and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, Jr. (“Jersey Shore”).