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‘Creed II’ tells an electrifying story of family and perseverance

Ulises Duenas // December 2, 2018

"Creed II" blends the world of drama and sports in a way that feels natural and engaging. This film is packed with captivating performances, with Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed and Sylvester Stallone...

Your Dad’s Favorite Playlist

Sean Martens and Nicole Henson // November 9, 2017

CreedHuman Clay (1999)At the turn of the century came Creed. This group of knuckleheads, led by the one and only Scott Stapp, is sure to keep any dad crooning into the night. Human Clay is full of quintessential...

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The Orion’s Oscar predictions

George Johnston // February 26, 2016
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