Julie started her radio career in Atlanta, Georgia in 1990. Radio has taken her from Charleston, South Carolina to Albuquerque, New Mexico before landing in Dallas, Texas. She’s been on the air in the Metroplex since 1998 and is currently the Film Critic for 1080am KRLD.
Julie is married with 2 little girls, who ask her the most bizarre questions daily. Julie likes to spend her spare time exercising, then cooking & eating food that negates the earlier exercise.
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“Lee Daniels’ The Butler” stars Forest Whitaker as a man who worked as a White House Butler for 8 American Presidents. It is based on the true story of Eugene Allen, who also worked for multiple Presidents during his career at the White House.
The new sci-fi thriller Elysium stars Matt Damon as a man trapped on an Earth that has used up its natural resources and fallen into decay.
The new sci-fi thriller Pacific Rim is the latest from Director Guillermo del Toro. It pits Godzilla-like alien monsters against human-powered robots of the same size.
There’s the sequel to Steve Carrel’s 2010 hit, Despicable Me 2, and Gore Verbinski’s take on The Lone Ranger. Oscar Winning writers Nat Faxon and Jim Rash also have a new one out called The Way, Way Back.
There are two big movies opening in theaters this weekend – Monsters University and World War Z
The Kings of Summer is about two teenaged boys who get so fed-up with their home life that they move out to a tree house in the wilderness.
Now You See Me stars Jessie Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher and Dave Franco as a wildly successful magic group called The Four Horsemen, but it appears they are robbing people blind through their illusions.
Star Trek Into Darkness finds the Starship Enterprise battling a force of terror from within its own organization. J.J. Abrams directs once again and there are surprising guest appearances.
The Great Gatsby stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the mysterious millionaire from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel.
Iron Man 3 stars Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark when he has to face a new dangerous foe.
There are a couple of interesting new movies in theaters this weekend. There’s The Big Wedding starring Robert De Niro, Diane Keaton and Susan Sarandon. It’s a story where nuptials cause a big secret to be revealed, but watch out for that ‘R’ rating.
42 tells the story of Jackie Robinson when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers and changed baseball forever.