AJ Silver here! I lived in Lancaster CA until I was about 4, and have spent the remainder of my years in the Tri State area. I LOVE every aspect of my job every day!! I love to have a good time, and make sure I enjoy every second. I am a huge fan of music, film, and art! I love supporting local artists and have Aj's Artistic Freedom, so send your work to my email below! Just include a picture of your "art" and a short bio. I always love hearing from you so hit me up in the studio or through Facebook by clicking the link below! I like to have too much fun, so make sure you hook me up with stories (and pics) from your CRAZY weekends (or not so crazy)! We can compare!!! Cheers!
"The Age of Adaline" (PG-13)
Blake Lively plays a woman who somehow hasn't aged for the past 80 years. She keeps changing her identity so no one will figure it out. Until the new man in her life takes her home to meet his parents, and Harrison Ford instantly recognizes her.
"Little Boy" (PG-13)
After Michael Rapaport is declared a missing in action during World War II, some unlikely coincidences convince his 7-year-old son that he can bring his dad safely home from the war. He just has to believe with all his heart and he can WILL it to happen.
So this guy did a mashup of at least 14 CARRIE UNDERWOOD songs . . . and they blend together so well it's tough to detect some of the changes. The dude that did this is called DJ Earthworm and he is pretty awesome!
Victoria's Secret model Rachel Hilbert plays a sexy nurse he fantasizes about while locked in a strait jacket . . . which should earn it at least a few repeat viewings. And of course the reason I have watched it numerous times!!!
"The Longest Ride" (PG-13)
Scott Eastwood stars in the latest movie based on a Nicholas Sparks novel. He plays a champion bull rider who falls for a college student while making his comeback. She's played by Britt Robertson from "Under the Dome", and she has second thoughts about his dangerous career after meeting Alan Alda. She reads his wife's old letters to him in the hospital, and we see their life together during World War II.
"Ex Machina" (R)
Oscar Isaac runs a company that's created an artificial intelligence named Ava. He brings one of his employees to a remote location and tells him he's the human element of a Turing test to assess her capabilities and see if she's self-aware or not.