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Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out tackles dense subjects while captivating audiences

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From my initial trailer viewing, I knew I was going to enjoy Inside Out – I just didn’t realize how much I’d enjoy it. The story itself revolves around the five major emotions that supposedly… Continue reading

Selena sounds effortless, mature on #GoodForYou

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Almost as a continuation of her new sound, Selena Gomez delivers a “Heart Wants What It Wants” 2.0 in the form of her new single “Good For You.” Serving up a minimalist flow… Continue reading

Capping off my time in BR with @TaylorSwift13

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Seven years. That’s the amount of time I have spent in Baton Rouge. It’s where I grew from awkward, nerdy, fresh-out-of high school Kittu to older, more confident Kittu. The funny part about… Continue reading

#PrettyGirls finally releases; remains on repeat ;) #WereJustSoPretty

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Okay okay. It IS true that “these men are from Mars,” and yes, it’s why “they act so bizarre” – I mean, here’s your proof… But one thing is for sure. From the first… Continue reading

Since when do sequels become more compelling than originals? #Insurgent #CatchingFire

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Can we address how sequels are now becoming much more legit? I talk about the magic of Hunger Games’ Catching Fire here, but there are many more that are really bringing it and… Continue reading

@CarlyRaeJepsen throws away her #OneHitWonder status and goes for gold with #IReallyLikeYou

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If there’s one thing Carly Rae Jepsen knows how to do, it’s get a song stuck in your head forever and ever. This time around, Jepsen throws away her #OneHitWonder status (see No. 6… Continue reading

Even with 44 No. 1s, Queen of Pop @Madonna can’t seem to catch a break w/ #LivingForLove #RadioAirplay #RebelHeart

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Forty-four No. 1s. That is a lot for one artist to amass. And Madonna has done that time and again on the Billboard Dance Club Charts. Her latest smash “Living For Love,” a… Continue reading

#50ShadesOfGrey deviates from novel; fails to wow in most aspects

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I knew going into this film to not have lofty expectations… And I really didn’t. But the film “50 Shades of Grey,” based on the novel 50 Shades of Grey by E. L. James, failed… Continue reading

‘American Sniper’ focuses less on killing bad guys and more on internal struggles

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From the opening scene of “American Sniper” (the same one of the kid being handed a bomb from the trailer), the audience knows this is a film dealing with the internal struggles in… Continue reading

Bobby Jindal and the Case of the Nonexistent Hyphenated Indian-American

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Bobby Jindal. Where do I start? I had a lot of faith in his abilities when he first campaigned to be governor in 2003 and even more when Kathleen Blanco failed so miserably… Continue reading

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