Lubbock, TX - Ingrid is a social media stalker. Taylor is an Instagram star. Ingrid goes to California and somehow managed to inject herself into Taylor #perfect life. But things soon go sour for both of them. Ingrid Goes West is a Sundance screenwriting winner, both a dark comedy and a satire of our modern, online world. It's rated R and runs about an hour and a half. Gaze into the social media mirror only at the Alamo Drafthouse
Birth of the Dragon takes you back to San Francisco in the 1960s, when a young, unknown Bruce Lee began his career. It's a modern take on the classic movies that made him an international superstar. It focuses on the one event that made Lee a legend -- his epic showdown with kung fu Master Wong Jack Man. It's rated PG-13 and runs an hour and a half. Witness the force and focus at Tinseltown or Premiere.
Moonlight Musicals continues it's last summer show, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. It's a classic, set on the Oregon Trail in the 1850's. It runs every Friday and Saturday night this month at Mackenzie Park... and they have just added the weekend after Labor Day, September 9th and 10th. Get your tickets to the 8:00 show through Select-a-Seat.
That's a look at what's happening in the Hub City, with Joe Sherwood's Entertainment Thursday.
PoliTech, a student organization on Texas Tech's campus, hosted a gun…
A brave little boy will teach us a lot about ourselves, plus…
Phones ring constantly and many get frustrated when the caller is…