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  • EUR Film Review (by Kam Williams): ‘Pump’

    Sep 21, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    Why is the price of gasoline in the Untied States so artificially high? Much of the explanation lies in a corporate conspiracy to deny us access to alternative fuel sources. A few years ago, the documentary “Who Killed the Electric Car?” illustrated how the auto industry had successfully lobbied politicians to discourage its development. Now, […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘The Equalizer’ (by Kam Williams)

    Sep 20, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *On the surface, Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), “The Equalizer,” is a perfectly-pleasant, hail fellow well met. By day, the affable widower is employed as a sales associate at a hardware superstore where he jokes with co-workers who call him “Pops.” Evenings, he retires to a modest apartment in a working-class, Boston community, although bouts of […]

  • Brian ‘Astro’ Bradley: The ‘Earth to Echo’ Interview with Kam Williams

    Jul 5, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *Brian “Astro” Bradley was born on August 26, 1996 in Brownsville, Brooklyn where he started rapping as at an early age. At 14, he successfully auditioned for Season 1 of the reality-TV series “The X-Factor” by performing a song he wrote called, “Stop Looking at My Moms.” Astro finished 7th overall in the competition whose […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘Think Like a Man Too’ (Thumbs Down)

    Jun 22, 14 by Kam Williams 6 Comments

    *The surprise hit Think Like a Man was #1 at the box-office over its opening weekend back in April of 2012. Inspired by Steve Harvey’s best-selling, “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man,” the original explored some of the serious issues tackled by the popular, relationship advice book by examining the angst of four […]

  • EUR Film Rev iew: ‘Neighbors’

    May 10, 14 by Kam Williams 1 Comment

    *In “Neighbors,” when Kelly (Rose Byrne) and Mac Radner (Seth Rogen) decided to settle down in suburbia, they reasonably expected to raise their newborn in a quiet community. But that dream was threatened soon thereafter, when the local chapter of Delta Psi Beta bought the house next-door. As a precautionary measure, the concerned couple introduced […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘Belle’

    May 2, 14 by Kam Williams Leave a comment

    *Born in the West Indies in 1761, Dido Belle (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) was the product of the taboo union of Mary Belle, an African slave, and John Lindsay (Matthew Goode), a British ship captain. Upon Mary’s death, the concerned father brought his 8 year-old daughter to England to see whether his well-heeled aunt and uncle might […]