Articles by Alejandro Bracetti
Alejandro Bracetti writes in the entertainment section of Bier Magazine. He has been a writer for the magazine since 2008.
He took a minor lose after his Def Jam debut From Nothin’ to Somethin’ produced less than stellar results
Kids can be some creepy little critters. Horror classics like The Omen, Village of the Damned and even Pet Cemetery continue to send shivers down our spines. And for every great horror film comes an abundance of horrendous knockoffs, looking to outperform their predecessors.
Another blockbuster summer means another Judd Apatow production. Besides resurrecting and creating stars out of today’s biggest comedians (Jonah Hill, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and Seth Rogen), the director/producer/screenwriter has become a goldmine for the film industry.
The affray between cops and robbers is a good vs. evil tale best fit for entertainment value. Director Michael Mann (Miami Vice, Ali) revisits an era where crime was at its worst and gangsters ruled the word—the Great Depression.
The summer’s biggest film has arrived and moviegoers haven’t been this stimulated with hype and anticipation since The Dark Knight. After the first Transformers film surmounted our expectations
The music careers of Dogg Pound rapper Kurupt and West Coast producer DJ Quik can be best described as underrated.
After a string of dire releases (The New Danger, True Magic), most of Def’s fans have jumped ship and set sail with the more consistent half of the Black Star duo: Talib Kweli.
The bombastic lead single “Boom Boom Pow” is swagger music for the club crowd. Will.i.am has bodies piling up on wall with this monstrous beat.