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  • First Christmas full moon since…
    December 14, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    The last time there was full moon on Christmas Day, it was the year that the Commodore PET computer was introduced, the first all-in-one home computer. It used audio cassette […]

  • Total lunar eclipse to be visible from Europe
    September 11, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    People in Europe will have a chance to see a total lunar eclipse on the night of September 27–28. The eclipse is visible from much of the world, but times […]

  • Film review: Ricki and the Flash
    September 3, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    Life in an unsuccessful rock band is hard. A few films have looked at these hard luck stories, blending music with the endless struggles of those who refuse to let […]

  • Film review: Hitman: Agent 47
    August 30, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    Videogames work because they are interactive, giving the player puzzles to solve or tasks to accomplish to get to the next level. The plot is often pretty thin, relying on […]

  • Film review: Pride
    August 27, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    Way back in 1984, LGBT rights still seemed like a distant dream somewhere over the rainbow. At the same time, UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher was weakening the power of […]

  • Film review: Vacation
    August 27, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    Nobody ever pretends that the National Lampoon Vacation film series is classic cinema, but with the latest entry, simply called Vacation, it hits a new low. The torch, as it […]

  • Film review: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
    August 20, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    Films in the 1960s has a certain glamour this is missing now — then-exotic locations, designer gowns, and fancy rooms. Men were well-dressed and villains were evil. For spy films […]

  • Film review: The Gift
    August 20, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    We’ve all run into people from the past whom we wish would stay in the past. Promises to call and meet up are just a polite formality. Exchanged phone numbers […]

  • Film review: Fantastic Four
    August 13, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    When the most charismatic character in a film is a talking rock, the audience is in trouble. The latest entry in the Marvel Universe of comic book films, Fantastic Four, […]

  • Hungary’s anti-immigrant fence widely condemned
    June 19, 2015, by Raymond Johnston of The Prague Post

    The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Cécile Pouilly has joined voices condemning Hungary’s announced plan to build a fence to keep out refugees entering the country. Hungarian officials said […]