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Unscripted: 'The Addams Family' shows weird can be wonderful

by Kathy Clemens, Contributing Columnist Life & Arts, Reviews

They may be creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky, but the Addams family values exactly that: family. 

Four notes of music and two finger snaps later, for all of their gothic weirdness and odes to the strangest of the strange, Gomez,...

Unscripted: Pitts' star power shines bright in 'Ad Astra'

by Kathy Clemens, Contributing Columnist Life & Arts, Reviews

As the title suggests, human beings often look “to the stars” when searching for meaning in their own terrestrial lives. People speak of star-crossed destinies and fates being written in the stars. They contemplate the infinite universe,...

Unscripted: Tarantino up to old tricks in ‘Once Upon a Time’

by Kathy Clemens, Contributing Columnist Life & Arts, Reviews

Quentin Tarantino has famously stated he will retire as soon as he has 10 movies under his belt.

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is number nine, and it’s a pretty good penultimate cinematic experience. A slow-burning yarn that oozes details...