There's a question every piece of intellectual property needs to ask itself before a new version is made: How seriously should we treat the source material?
Reimagined by Dax Shepard, the big-screen "CHiPs" is a tawdry, testosterone-fueled tale built around penis jokes and endless evaluation of women's appearances.
Life is a box of chocolates, a highway and, alas, a mediocre science-fiction thriller.
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It’s hard to believe the movie “9 to 5” came out 37 years ago.
I am pleased to say that last week’s presentation of “Fences” looked and sounded great in the Tybee Post Theater’s intimate space.
After 30-plus years, 11 studio albums and thousands of live shows, the king of modern rockabilly is still going strong and nowhere near stopping.
There are a lot of you out there who enjoy taking any opportunity to be highly critical of our city during the St. Patrick’s Day celebration every year. From my seat? You need to stop. It’s a tired act.
With the largest urban landmark historic district in the United States, Savannah draws visitors from throughout the United States, as well as foreign countries around the world.
We're giving away two VIP tickets to the Tap of the Morning Beer Fest and Afternoon Delight Beer Fest on April 1 at Grayson Stadium.
If the weather behaves itself, this year’s A-Town Get Down Art & Music Festival should prove to be yet another memorable, one-of-a-kind Savannah event.
Imagine combining a 5K race with huge, inflatable bounce obstacles.
One of the biggest draws for the 2017 Southern Women’s Show is a man.
As filmmakers obsessed with his early work continue to ape his style, Terrence Malick has ventured beyond, reaching into territory that is stubbornly spiritual and anti-narrative.
Nostalgia can be tricky, casting a rose-colored glow on memories that may not deserve it.
The restored, historic Tybee Post Theater has carved out a niche for itself by primarily programming one-night-only revivals of either classic or popular Hollywood pictures.
Do editor Heather Henley joins Kim Gusby on WSAV's "The Bridge" to preview the best the weekend has to offer.
Imagine a game that involves tossing a little metal ball and a group of people who are happily chasing it and you’ve pretty much got the idea behind Irish road bowling.
Coffeehouses are big business. That might be the understatement of the year.
A relatively new Savannah transplant recently told me that she and her children had never experienced St. Patrick’s Day in Savannah.
New York City-based artist Tara McPherson is bringing her funky-fresh brand of rock ’n’ roll cool to li’l ol’ Savannah for a one-day-only pop-up show.
Join firefighters from around the world to have fun while raising money for charity at the annual St. Patrick’s Day Fire Ball.
In For A Penny holds some unique titles in the Savannah music community.
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