Arts & Entertainment
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A portion of proceeds will benefit Clarkston SCAMP, a five-week summer day camp for children and young adults with special needs.
The Motown pop hit debuted on airwaves almost exactly 50 years ago, and Martha Reeves is embarking on a world tour to commemorate it.
Cinema Siren says: Spectacular Simians should make Dawn the brightest of summer blockbusters.
Cinema Siren gives it 5 stars, saying it's fierier than the first, with twice the dragons.
It doesn't take a super hero to guess that the casting call is probably for the Superman-Batman movie to be shot in Michigan this year.
Warner Bros. has announced a casting call for paid extras in a feature film being made in Michigan this summer and fall.
"Bears," in theaters April 18, combines beautiful footage with a style and story accessible to children, making it a success for the whole family.
Get ready to see the real-life story about a boy who says he went to Heaven. Sponsored by Sony.
'Rio 2' opens in movie theaters this weekend.
Film debuts in theaters this weekend; rated PG-13.
Leslie Combemale aka Cinema Siren gives the film 3 out of 5 stars.
Leslie Combemale aka Cinema Siren gives the film 3.5 out of 5 stars.
The Muppets are back! Cinema Siren gives the film 3.5 out of 5 stars.
Seventeen restaurants are offering special pricing on some to top cuisine in Troy.
Cinema Siren gives the film five stars.
The new 3D animated release feels like both lots of fun and a big disappointment, right in the same 92 minutes.
The story, which the late Irwin Shaw had translated into Hebrew, will be presented in Hebrew, with English subtitles, on April 6.
The restaurant, which critic Sylvia Vector says “could hold its own anywhere in America,” is known for exquisite dishes, “each one a small work of art and a seduction in flavor.”
Cinema Siren makes predictions about the Oscars; the awards program airs Sunday night at 7 p.m. on ABC, hosted by Ellen Degeneres.
Watch the trailer and interviews by Leslie Combemale, with the director Paul W.S. Anderson and star Kit Harington from HBO's 'Game of Thrones.'