With a 15-member supersized E Street Band at his disposal, Bruce Springsteen delivered an emotional wallop to go along with his 40-year repertoire of songs.
An incisive anatomy of an album that was painstakingly recorded in 1977 by Bruce Springsteen.
For the first time in Bruce Springsteen's storied career, this voice of the underdog has created a show designed to convey a single message -- one of faith and trust: The collected mass can be saved…
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The filmmakers have provided critics ample artillery by prominently featuring a skunk in this thuddingly flat spoof of erotic thrillers. Considering the lukewarm reception for other recent parodies…
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