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    Movies to Love: The Karate Kid

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    Who can forget the memorable 1984 movie of a handy man who teaches a young man who moved from one coast to the other, who is being bullied? This is an awesome and touching movie. He teaches him martial arts to fight the right way. This is a great movie to watch with the family and teaching moments. This is one of the movies that has moments movie goers don’t forget.Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love.

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    inside the movies and more ep 19

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    We talk about movies and pop culture 

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    Inside the movies and more ep 17

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    We talk about movies and mores

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    Movies to Love: A Christmas Story

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    This is one of the most memorable Christmas stories of all time since its A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. This is most definitely a true comedy that will have you laughing and falling out of your chair. Based from the short stories and some semi – fictions and semi-fictional anecdotes and narratives of gifted storyteller Jean Parker Shepherd, based on some of his own life, Nine year old Ralph Parker wants a particular air rifle for Christmas despite his mother and Santa wishes. Is this present right for him? Of course most of us know the ending. Anyway, Tune in Saturday at 6pm to find out more about the favorite Christmas Holiday marathon movie.

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    Inside the movies and more ep 18

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    We talk about movies and pop culture

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    Inside the movies and more EP10

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    We talk about movies  from the past present and future as well as pop culture

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    Movies to Love: What's Up Ahead for February Shows

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    Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love to find out more about the next up coming films in February. Why were these movies chosen and what will be discuss in the up coming shows for the month of February. Most of theses films were pinned by you the audience and it says a lot about what you think about film and the movie industry. The action speaks louder than the words. The topics will range from the picks from the Movies to Love Pinterest Pin Board.

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    Late Night Movies to Love: Noi Albino

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    Loves this movie, came across it by accident, great foreign 2003 film and has something we all can identify with. Noi lives on a remote place north of Iceland which is cut off from the world during winter, talking about cabin fever. He dreams of escaping, and does he truly escapes. What do you do when everything seems to be a failure? Tune in Saturday  at  6pm for Movies to Love.

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    Movies to Love: Breakfast at Tiffany’s

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    1961 a young new York woman played by Audrey Hepburn takes some real interest in a man. Who could forget Cat? Won two Oscars, best music,  writing, actors,  truly one of the best movies for all women to watch. This is a good month to just sit in front of the fireplace, popcorn and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. What was some of the trivia of the movie? Tune in Saturday at 6 pm for Movies to Love. Check out the movies from various locations..http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0054698/?ref_=nv_sr_5

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    TOM CARROZZA: COMEDY CROONER

    in Comedy

    TOM CARROZZA is a founding member of The 1st Amendment Improv Company in NYC and has taught at Second City, HB Studios, New York Conservatory of Dramatic Art, The Comic Strip and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. He was a member of the 4-man comedy group MENTAL FURNITURE and has written and produced several plays including "AREA 51 - The Musical!" which featured twenty-two original songs by Noel Katz. He has followed up his first album of music "ZESTY" with another called, "IN YOUR EAR". Both albums deliver an uplifting assortment of humorous songs. The new one serves up compositions by Jeff Ward, Don Puglisi, Joe Mulligan, Noel Katz, Rick Reil and Carrozza himself. It also includes his first-ever cover track, "She Turned Out To Be The Girlfriend Of A Boyfriend Of Mine" originally sung by Eddie Cantor in the 1928 Broadway show, "Whoopee!" As one critic said, "He should have called it "ZESTY 2 - NOT A FLUKE." Follow him on facebook he's funny.


     

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    Inside the movies and more EP11

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    We talk about movies and pop culture 

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