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Andrew Akers: ‘Seven Brides’ put a spring in your step

Lauded for its Oscar-winning musical score, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" is a comedy filled with singing and dance numbers to celebrate the rebirth of spring with its warm, pollen-filled days. It makes the mostly lighthearted musical romp perfect to watch indoors when it's raining or night falls.

April 01, 2016 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


Andrew Akers: Remembering Bowie with WWII classic

Like many people, I've spent the past few weeks revisiting David Bowie's many works following news of the rock star's death Jan. 10.

February 09, 2016 | Andrew Akers | Get Out top stories


Andrew Akers: Bill Murray gets 'Scrooged'

In an effort to avoid all things serious, I'm continuing my holiday laughs with the rarely serious, often irreverent "Scrooged."

December 30, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


Andrew Akers: A hellish, hilarious holiday journey for 2 comedy giants

While many people have traveled far and wide to reach their Thanksgiving destination, each and every one has experienced some kind of mishap along the way.

November 26, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


Watch the 1931 'Dracula' for a edge-of-seat scare

Halloween is my favorite time of the year. I love the costumes, candy, decorations and especially the movies.

October 29, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


‘The Third Man’ still thrills 65 years later

After nearly two years of writing this column, I finally decided to dive into film noir. And I picked a doozy.

October 01, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


Peter O’Toole brings life to ‘Goodbye, Mr. Chips’

It's August and parents everywhere are rushing to buy new clothes and supplies for their children, who are pouting about the summer being over.

August 13, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


'American Graffiti:' Nostalgic film still relevant today

"American Graffiti" found box office success and was nominated for five Academy Awards in the 1970s partly because of its nostalgic atmosphere.

July 17, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


Classic Grant, Saint thrill audience

Widely considered to be one of Alfred Hitchcock's best films, I finally decided to sit down and watch "North by Northwest" and was treated to a fantastic spy thriller.

June 24, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


‘Thin’ thrills during the golden era of Hollywood

"The Thin Man" is a very popular movie in my family. I grew up hearing about it.

May 20, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Get Out top stories


For the film archives: Maxing out on 3 'Mad' films

"Mad Max: Fury Road," the first film in the Mad Max franchise to be released since 1985, comes out next month. Since I love action and post-apocalyptic films, I had to watch other movies in this series before I see Fury Road.

April 29, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


From the film archives: The Duke comes a-courtin’ in Ireland

As everyone has donned green and celebrated St. Patrick's Day, I went looking for a good Irish-themed movie to commemorate the holiday.

March 19, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


From the film archives: 'It Happened One Night' an iconic romantic comedy

With the 2015 Academy Awards falling only eight days after Valentine's Day, it is a great time to revisit one of the best romantic films from early Hollywood.

February 19, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


Issues from 'Mississippi Burning' still smolder today

In June of 1964, three civil rights workers, two white and one black, went missing in Mississippi. Later found murdered and buried in an earthen dam, the case captured national attention and sparked a massive FBI investigation.

January 22, 2015 | Andrew Akers | Movie reviews


From the film archives: ‘Wonderful Life’ charms Scrooge

I have a confession: I don't like Christmas movies.

December 18, 2014 | Andrew Akers | Columnists


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