Jan Wahl Movie Reviews 'Elvis & Nixon' + 'The First Monday in May'AUDIO: This week Jan reviews the comedy starring Michael Shannon as Elvis Presley and Kevin Spacey as President Nixon. Plus the documentary "The First Monday in May."
Rihanna Documentary On The WayThe movie will aim to show us what makes Rihanna tick, reports 99.7 [NOW!]...
Jan Wahl Movie Reviews 'Where To Invade Next'AUDIO: This week Jan reviews “Where to Invade Next”, a documentary where filmmaker Michael Moore visits various countries to show how people view certain issues; and “Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words”, a documentary about the life of actress Ingrid Bergman...
Watch A Preview of Spike Lee’s Michael Jackson DocumentaryThe Spike Lee Documentary Will Air On Friday, February 5th, reports 99.7[NOW!]...
Charli XCX Criticizes BBC for Airing Men’s Rights DocumentaryCharli XCX angered over the news that a men's rights documentary will air, and at a better time slot than her women's rights film, reports 99.7 [NOW!]...
Colin Hanks On The Story Behind Tower RecordsHanks makes foray into filmmaking with the documentary "All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records"
Jan Wahl Reviews 'Amy' & 'Woman In Gold'Jan reviews two documentaries and a drama with Helen Mirren & Ryan Reynolds...
Movie Review: 'Batkid Begins'Movie review of the upcoming documentary "Batkid Begins."
'Batkid Begins' Documentary Releases Heart-Wrenching New Trailer'Batkid Begins' premieres in theaters June 26.
Jan Wahl Movie Review: ‘Lambert and Stamp’ and ‘Can’t Stand Losing You: Surviving the Police’KCBS Entertainment Editor Jan Wahl reviews two rock ‘n’ roll documentaries this week; “Lambert & Stamp”, which chronicles two filmmakers that stumbled upon The Who, and "Can't Stand Losing You: Surviving The Police".
Get A First Look At The Amy Winehouse DocumentaryThe first clip of the Amy Winehouse documentary has been revealed and shows the late singer talking about her relationship with music.
Batkid Documentary Gets Picked Up By New Line Media, To Be Adapted Into Narrative FilmWarner Bros. Pictures will distribute the documentary with plans to release it in the coming year.

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