Film/TV

All NBC Shows To Receive Green Themes For One Week

by Michael dEstries

“We’re [about] a paper company,” John Krasinski of The Office cracked. “We’re going to get hammered.” For one week, starting November 4th, NBC will unleash an unprecedented array of green

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The 11th Hour Hits Theaters Tonight. Well, Four of them.

by Michael dEstries

And so another green documentary peaks its head from around the curtain and prepares to hit the main stage of American cinema — a dangerous and unnerving move for any

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Living With Ed Gets Ready For Crazy Green Season Two

by Michael dEstries

If you’re one of the many that enjoyed the first season of Living With Ed on HGTV, get ready for more dysfunctional green living fun on season 2 debuting Sunday,

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Are We Entering “Global Warming Fatigue”?

by Rebecca Carter

We’ve published several reviews on DiCaprio‘s The 11th Hour, which comes out tomorrow. I would say Ecorazzi reviews sum up to say that the film is scary, beautiful, and important.

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Farmer John Brings Veggies & Art Together

by Rebecca Carter

I recently screened the film, The Real Dirt on Farmer John, an interesting tale of a farm over a period of several decades, and in fact, generations. But in particular,

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The Real World Goes Green In Hollywood

by Michael dEstries

Can someone explain to me how we arrived at casting for the 20th season of MTV’s The Real World? I mean, I can remember when this show premiered. Granted, I

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Why I Was Wrong About the 11th Hour

by Rebecca Carter

This post was contributed by P.J.S. Dougherty. The 11th Hours tagline says, “Turn Mankind’s Darkest Hour Into Its Finest.” So why did I feel so depressed after recently attending a

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