WASHINGTON, D.C. – The pro-life film ‘Unplanned’ was a positive box office surprise over the weekend. Last week, New Jersey’s last Republican Congressman Chris Smith (NJ-04) — a long-time stalwart of the pro-life movement — shared his thoughts after having Read More
By The Staff _ A strong social media strategy and a compelling story is generating an upset of sorts at this weekend’s U.S. box office. The movie Unplanned reportedly grossed $3 million on Friday and was on pace for a $6 Read More
TRENTON, N.J. — A multi-million dollar tax credit package purportedly designed to generate film industry activity in New Jersey, passed both houses of the Democrat-controlled state legislature on April 12th, was vetoed by Governor Phil Murphy on Wednesday. Click here to view Read More
The producer of ” Chappaquiddick” took an unusual approach in making the film by deliberately avoiding conspiratorial excess and partisan fury. “It’s a piece of history. You can’t worry about …
A favorite holiday tradition for many Americans each year is watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas,” the animated 1965 short based on the “Peanuts” comics by Charles M. Schulz — a creation that has never faded from popularity.
By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog Will Ferrell has decided that making fun of Alzheimer’s (and President Reagan) isn’t exactly high comedy, Save Jerseyans. He’s passing on a script for “Reagan,” a film that parodies the late commander-in-chief’s alleged Read More
By Dan Cirucci | via Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot There are two new movies out that take on recent controversial events. They play like docudramas, ticking away real-life months, days, hours and minutes in events leading to crises — crises that are still Read More
By Dan Cirucci | @ Dan Cirucci’s Blog Sometimes we’ve talked about “the dangers of electing a celebrity President.” So, the question has arisen: “Wasn’t Reagan a celebrity?” As we’re writing this we’re looking at a shelf full of books Read More