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Movie Review: The Little Tin Man
Written by Wilson Trivino   
Friday, 29 August 2014 15:48

Atlanta, Georgia- It tough to make it as an actor. Herman (Aaron Beelner) is at a cross roads, he is struggling to become an actor and play the leading roles he wants. An unexpected event puts Herman at a cross roads. At this fork in the road, he can stay put or simply take it.  Fortunately for him, his friends and family rooted for his success.

Book Review: How the Poor Can Save Capitalism by John Hope Brant
Written by Wilson Trivino   
Thursday, 28 August 2014 05:50

Atlanta, Georgia- John Bryant has taken an aggressive approach to save capitalism. He believes to give the poor the power to rise up on the tide of opportunity created by the ripple of capitalism.

He notes of programs establish by his “hope” centers. Now with a partnership with Suntrust, Bryant hopes to bring these to a site near you. This book shares many anecdotal examples of the proverbial “teach a man to fish” approach.

Easy to preach these words from the top, the most challenge if raise up the lowest of the low. 

Book Review: Real Men Don’t Apologize by Jim Belushi
Written by Wilson Trivino   
Thursday, 28 August 2014 06:08

Atlanta, Georgia- Jim Belushi notes in his book that a day does not go by that someone does not mention his famed brother John.  It is a burden and shadow he has to carry since his brother’s untimely death.

Half tongue and cheek, Real Men Don’t Apologize  is insight into a man’s man. One that has had highs and lows.  This book reads as constant stream of consciousness as this actor, comedian, and rocker muses about life.

Movie Review: Little Shop of Horrors
Written by Wilson Trivino   
Thursday, 28 August 2014 05:55

Atlanta, Georgia- A classic tale that has made it to Broadway and beyond. This movie is filled with a talented cast. Steve Martin, John Candy, and Bill Murray to name a few, the voice of Levi Stubbs as the plant Audrey II is out of sight.

The story is about Seymour Krelborn (Rick Moranis) who is a struggling horticulturalist who discovers a plant that propels him to the level of success he only dreams of.

Review: Doubt: A Parable at Out Of Box Theatre
Written by Wilson Trivino   
Thursday, 28 August 2014 06:13

Atlanta, Georgia- Tony and Pulitzer Award winning play Doubt was even an Academy nominated movie with Philip Seymour.

Out of Box Theatre, the hardest working company in Marietta is running this play through September 6, 2014.

It centers around a Catholic school where the dominating principal, Sister Aloysius (Jo Howarth) is suspicious of the intentions of Father Flynn (Topher Payne) whose unorthodox approach seeks to conflict the parish culture of ruling with an iron fist.  Sister James (Amanda Cutcher) is caught between this web as she points out some odd behavior from her student.

Doubt is an intense drama and the intimacy of the Out of Box Theatre stage allows the audience to feel the emotion. Besides, not often you can witness the talent and of the world renown playwrite and actor Topher Payne show case his craft in such close proximity. There were scenes I could feel his breath.

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