Archives for May 2014

Maya Angelou: A Phenomenal Woman

Maya Angelou the poet and author died today at the age of 86. She was born Marguerite Ann Johnson in St. Louis, Missouri in 1928. This was not a time in America when a young black girl could dream of growing up to be a famous author, much less to read her poetry at a presidential inauguration. Despite abuse, racial discrimination and hardship, Maya Angleou grew up to … [Read more...]

The Just Chick Flicks Guide to Summer Action Movies

The summer action movie season is fast approaching. And with it comes a lot of sci-fi, some super hot mutants, lots of guns and car crashes and a bit of baseball. Even though I love chick flicks, I still enjoy sci-fi and action movies, especially when they  feature  eye candy like Michael Fassbender and Hugh Jackman. Sports, Super Heroes and Mutants X-Men: Days of Future … [Read more...]

Movie News: Arclight Documentary Festival’s Spring Series

The ArcLight Cinemas is proud to announce the launch of the Arclight Documentary Festival’s Spring Series, a new documentary screening series debuting on May 13th 2014 at ArcLight Hollywood. Four films will be screening in the inaugural season, which takes place at ArcLight Hollywood on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm from May 13 through June 3. A Q&A with the filmmaker will … [Read more...]