Flint's premiere political pundit Paul Rozycki talks current events with Tom plus Flint film-maker Yusuf Bauswell ("Goon810" set for release this summer) talks about how "The murder game will never be the same" on The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday March 20 beginning at 3 p...
Film maker Michael Angelo Zervos talks about casting and production of his current project "Papou" and musical guests include Heather Jones, Greg Nagy and Harper on The Tom Sumner Program Thursday December 6 with co-host Andrea Sutton beginning at 3 p...
After the horrific shooting at a Colorado premiere of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ on July 20th, some people were understandably skittish about going to the movies. But one man actually did something about it.
Liam Neeson’s movie about being hunted by a pack of rogue wolves, ‘The Grey,’ was apparently red meat to movie-goers. It brought in $20 million in its debut to take the top spot at the box office this weekend.
Movie studios inundated us with releases last week, which meant some were bound to get lost in the shuffle — especially the two that bowed on Christmas Day. Let’s take another look at them, shall we?
With at least six movies opening in wide release on various days over the past week, it would’ve been easy for any film to get lost in the shuffle.
But since Tom Cruise flicks rarely fade into the background, it’s hardly a surprise that ‘Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol’ brought in $26.5 million to handily beat all its competitors at the box office this weekend.
Though it's hard to believe it, summer is just about over. Which means it's time to get the kids ready to go back to school.And what better way to do that than by showing them a couple of movies?We've compiled a list of our five favorite movies about high school, movies that explore the good, the bad and the ugly of what may or may not have been the best years of our lives. Check them