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Harambe Documentary Spearheaded By SPHS Alumni

Severna Park High School 1991 graduates Erik Crown and Tod Schneider collaborated on the new documentary, “Harambe,” released in September 2023. more

“Wonka” Is Another Magical Film Inspired By Pure Imagination

“Wonka” is a worthy sequel in the franchise and well worth taking the whole family to see. more

“Napoleon” Is Entertaining But Not Quite Epic

"Napoleon" leaves film critic underwhelmed. more

“A Haunting In Venice” Is A Frightless But Fun Take On An Agatha Christie Tale

“A Haunting in Venice” appears to be a horror film, but is actually an adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel, "Halloween Party." more

MPT Presents “Hal Prince’s Broadway” October 14

Maryland Public Television (MPT) will present “Hal Prince’s Broadway,” a one-hour special on October 14. more

Summer Blockbusters Live Up To The Hype

“Oppenheimer" and "Barbie" came out during the same weekend. more

“Asteroid City,” An Oddly Entertaining Film

Wes Anderson pulls out all his usual stops on a grander scale than we’ve ever seen before in his new film, "Asteroid City," more

“The Little Mermaid” Remake Feels Like A Fish Out Of Water

“The Little Mermaid” is a mixed bag, and unfortunately, the mix is more negative than positive, according to film critic Audrey Ruppert. more

“Renfield” Takes An Interesting Turn With Dracula

Our film critic walked out of "Renfield" having witnessed a surprisingly touching story. more

British Flick Explores The Other Side Of Heartbreak

“Rye Lane” might be the quintessential breakup film, good medicine for a broken heart. more

Don’t Answer The “Knock At The Cabin”

The people at Rotten Tomatoes must be on bath salts, because they’ve rated “Knock at the Cabin” an extremely generous 68 percent. more

“A Man Called Otto” Emphasizes The Importance Of Neighborly Love

Tom Hanks' character in "A Man Called Otto" is someone I would dismiss with an "OK Boomer" in real life -- but by the end, he has more than earned redemption. more
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