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X Ambassadors, Casey Harris, Sam Harris , Adam Levin - New York based rock band X Ambassadors, known for their 2015 hit song 'Renegades,' perform at Bitterzoet in Amsterdam, on the first night of their European tour. Notably absent was guitarist Noah Feldshuh who was arrested on December 27, 2015, for a DWI in upstate New York. at Bitterzoet Club - Amsterdam, Netherlands - Friday 5th February 2016

X Ambassadors, Casey Harris, Sam Harris and Adam Levin
X Ambassadors, Sam Harris, Casey Harris and Adam Levin
X Ambassadors, Sam Harris and Casey Harris
X Ambassadors, Sam Harris and Casey Harris
X Ambassadors and Sam Harris
X Ambassadors and Sam Harris

Sam Harris - 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat' Los Angeles premiere at the Pantages Theater Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 6th June 2014

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Sam Harris - Peter Pan - Los Angeles Opening Night Performance at Pantages Theatre in Hollywood Los Angeles California United States Wednesday 16th January 2013

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Sam Harris and Cabaret Monday 4th October 2010 10th Anniversary Les Girls Cabaret held at Avalon Hollywood - Arrivals Los Angeles, California

Sam Harris and Cabaret
Sam Harris and Cabaret
Sam Harris and Cabaret

Sam Harris - Sunday 22nd February 2009 at Academy Of Motion Pictures And Sciences Hollywood, California

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The God Who Wasn't There Review


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One could hardly think of a topic more likely to get people pissed off than questioning the very existence of Christ. I mean, you can bash Bush, you can harp on capitalism and you can question the automotive industry's agenda. But in America, going after Jesus is tantamount to burning a flag, eating an eagle, or spitting on the Constitution.

And in the current atmosphere of increasing conservatism and moral rectitude, Jesus has become more popular and more topical than ever. So director Brian Flemming figures now is the perfect time to go after him.

Continue reading: The God Who Wasn't There Review

The God Who Wasn't There Review


Good
One could hardly think of a topic more likely to get people pissed off than questioning the very existence of Christ. I mean, you can bash Bush, you can harp on capitalism and you can question the automotive industry's agenda. But in America, going after Jesus is tantamount to burning a flag, eating an eagle, or spitting on the Constitution.

And in the current atmosphere of increasing conservatism and moral rectitude, Jesus has become more popular and more topical than ever. So director Brian Flemming figures now is the perfect time to go after him.

Continue reading: The God Who Wasn't There Review

In The Weeds Review


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Setting your movie in a restaurant is as close to punting as it gets in moviedom. Someone does it every couple of years (1998: Restaurant, 2000: Dinner Rush), and today they have all blended together into one enormous plate of mashed potatoes and warmed-over gravy.

And while I can understand how laziness can motivate a writer/director to base yet another movie on waitstaff working thankless jobs in a restaurant while dreaming of lives on the outside (just imagine how big the audience of waiters and waitresses must be!), I can't begin to fathom why he'd title that film In the Weeds -- and why a studio like Miramax would allow that title to stick on the eventual straight-to-DVD release that occurs five years after the film's production.

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