How About A Meal With These Stars? This edition of “Dinner And A Movie” travels to Paris to dine with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Keanu Reeves. Well, they weren’t there when I was, but I ate in the same… Read More ›
Month: May 2019
Frances McDormand’s Brilliant Performance In “Fargo!” “Cult Movie Monday” Says “You Betcha” To Oscar!
Ready For An Ice-Cold Film Noir? This edition of “Cult Movie Monday” offers up a modern day film noir: a moody, brilliant modern take on crime and justice, thanks to filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen, who won the Best Picture… Read More ›
Scenes From A Paris Street! The “City Of Light” At Night! Notre Dame Rebuilding Update! Seine Hitch-Hikers And Spiral Staircase Selfies!
My First Night In Paris… I have been sharing some pictures on social media of my just-concluded trip to Paris, and it began with this shot of an iconic Parisian building as the sun was setting, a first night of… Read More ›
Celebrity Smackdowns! “Hell, Upside Down!” The Disastrous Duo Of “Poseidon Adventure!” And “Towering Inferno!”
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“Hell, Upside Down!” Take a moment to enjoy what is, without a doubt, one of the greatest movie tag lines of all time! “Hell, Upside Down!” Time to enjoy some classic movie mayhem. And time also…
Behold The “Fatberg!” Yes, it’s EXACTLY what you fear it is: this week’s “WHAT THE FRIDAY?!?!?!” journeys to a wonderful seaside down in England called Sidmouth: A beautiful shoreline, right? Well, as every good “WTF” story knows, there’s more than… Read More ›
Time For Some “Live” H&O! I love this picture of Daryl Hall and John Oates performing live – I’ve seen them many times, and they play lots of hits, and some more offbeat album tracks as well – with such… Read More ›
Raymond Chandler’s Iconic “Book Noir”! Wednesday’s Bookmobile Recites Detective Philip Marlowe’s Best Lines! Classic Mary Tyler Moore Scene!
Meet Gumshoe Philip Marlowe! Humphrey Bogart is one of Hollywood’s most legendary Actors – and one character in particular is our focus today…Wednesday’s Bookmobile heads into an era of gumshoes and dames – by focusing on a collection of novels… Read More ›