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Film Review: “Turtle Odyssey”

“Turtle Odyssey” plays daily at 12, 2, 4 and 6 pm.

Many people (like me) had a little bitty turtle or two as pets when we were kids. But mostly, when I think turtle, I see the Mock Turtle singing “Beautiful Soup” in  the musical version of “Alice in Wonderland.”

But now the Fleet Science Center brings all of us into reality with its fascinating new IMAX film “Turtle Odyssey.”

Film Review: "Yesterday"

In this film, Googling “Beatles” only returns articles about insects.

Absurd question, you say?

Of course, and if you can’t swallow that as a premise (or muster enough curiosity to find out what happens), don’t bother to see director Danny Boyle’s “Yesterday,” which posits exactly that.

Lil Nas X comes out, he thought he "made it obvious"

Lil Nas X comes out, he thought he "made it obvious."

Still going strong on the dance charts with "Old Town Road," Lil Nas X, 20, came out as a part of the LGBT community on Sunday. The rapper made the announcement via Twitter suggesting some people were already aware of it.

Film Review: “5B"

“5B” is playing at the AMC Fashion Valley 18. 

If there’s anything good to be said about the first few years of the AIDS crisis in San Francisco, it’s that the nurses at San Francisco General Hospital were true heroes. 

New "Charlie's Angels" trailer is more action, less jiggle

On the heels of the tenth anniversary of original Charlie's Angels star Farrah Fawcett's passing, its reboot dropped another trailer today. The movie based on the 70's television show about an elite trio of sexy female private investigators has never lost its cult following and spawned a previous movie adaptation in 2000 and an attempt at another television series in 2011.

Everything is awesome with LEGOLAND mini Pride model build

"Everything is Awesome" with LEGOLAND mini Pride parade.

In celebration of 50 years of Pride, LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Westchester, New York may have reduced the scale of the annual event but not the size of its message. 

The amusement park is celebrating Pride month brick by brick, literally, in its Miniland attraction with its pint-sized recreation of the famous parade.

Actor Connor Jessup comes out on social media

"American Crime" actor Connor Jessup officially comes out publicly.

"American Crime" star Connor Jessup came out as gay on social media Monday

The 25-year-old actor, writer, and director posted a heartfelt message to his followers saying he knew he was gay since he was 13 but hid it for years. 

Theater Review: “Put Your House in Order””

“Put Your House in Order” plays through June 30, 2019 at La Jolla Playhouse’s Mandell Weiss Forum, 2910 La Jolla Village Drive on the UCSD campus.

My mom used to try to get me to clean up my room (and later, my apartment) with this logic: As soon as you let it get messy, company will ring your doorbell.

Maybe that’s what Ike Holter is trying to tell us in “Put Your House in Order,” a new three-hander billed as a combination romantic comedy/apocalyptic thriller.