Ploumis Reviews Mad Men

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Make it simple, but significant” – Don Draper…wise words – but has AMC’s Mad Men taken their own advice? Perhaps not, it’s doesn’t take much arguing to convince audiences that no matter how significant the story line, Mad Men is ANYTHING but simple. Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews “Empire”

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Ploumis Reviews Empire (2015)...I can’t think of a better tag line for this show than “No Apologies,” the theme song. A true gangster story feathered with elements of Shakespearean rivalry and modern controversy. It’s juicy stuff – real talk. Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews AMC’s “The Walking Dead”

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Ploumis Reviews AMC’s “The Walking Dead”…if my goal is to talk about the great stories in entertainment, then I’d be remiss if I didn’t include the GREAT story lines happening on TV right now. Continue reading

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Birth of a Nation…Where Art and Racism Meet

Birth of a Nation

Birth of a Nation…where art and racism meet…art can touch us deeply
It can inspire us, heal us and even change us, It can also speak to the
darkest corners of our being Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews “500 Days of Summer”

Ploumis reviews "500 Days of Summer"

Ploumis Reviews “500 Days of Summer”…“This is a story of boy meets girl, but you should know upfront, this is not a love story.” What happens to someone who believes love is the oxygen that keeps everyone alive, only to meet someone whose treasured quality is their ability to never feel attachment? Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews “Last Night”

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Jessica Ploumis reviews “Last Night” (2010), by Massy Tadjedin. In the traditional, archetypal sense, there are good guys and bad guys, Good vs. Evil; a story comprised of heroes, villains, and fair damsels. Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews “The Internship”

Jessica-Ploumis-photoPloumis Reviews “The Internship”…Is it just me, or is it getting harder and harder to be happy? You’re smart, you make a plan, figure out what you want to do with your life. You embrace the talent God gave you and are now ready to contribute to the world as a working adult – only to find out they’re not going to hire you. Wait what? Continue reading

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Oscar Micheaux American Film Maker

 

Oscar Micheaux

Oscar Micheaux, American film maker, made his mark on American history as well as on American cinema {originally published at blackpast.org}. Continue reading

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Ploumis Reviews Imitation Game

Jessica-Ploumis-photoPloumis Reviews The Imitation Game…“Sometimes it is the people no one imagines anything of who do the things no one can imagine” – Alan Turing. Continue reading

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