With tonight’s Academy Awards ceremony nearing, I’m so happy for “This Is Us” Star Chrissy Metz, who also starred in the movie “Breakthrough” last year. The original song from the film is nominated in that category at the Oscars! Chrissy… Read More ›
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Get Ready For Some “E”eccentric Cinema! My alphabetical countdown of my favorite movies – the 26-part “Movies A-Z” – continues with the letter “E” – another letter full of incredible cinema – as always, I have…
Hollywood Executive Sherry Lansing’s Candid Biography Decimates Mike Myers! “Wednesday Bookmobile” Slices Open “Waynes World 2!”
Sharing Stories About A Great Hollywood Career! Sherry Lansing was one of Hollywood’s most powerful Executives, and she has decided to tell some of the wild behind-the-scenes stories from her career! This “Wednesday Bookmobile” drives down Hollywood Boulevard to tell… Read More ›
Brilliant Taika Waititi! From Vampires In “Shadows” To Oscar’s Brilliant “JoJo Rabbit!” “Cult Movie Monday” Celebrates This Oscar Nominee!
Do You Ever Wonder Where Vampires Come From? Here’s a great quote from a film that explains it all: “One day I was selling my wares, and I walked past this old, creepy castle, and I look at it and… Read More ›
Have You Headed Out To See “Dolittle” Yet? Don’t worry, not many have! Even with Robert Downey Jr. in the lead, playing a very beloved character, the opening box office for “Doolittle” has been bad, and the reviews are worse!… Read More ›
Academy Award Nominations 2020: ‘Joker’ Leads The Way! Oscar’s Biggest Snubs As Well! Here’s The Complete List!
The 92nd Oscar Nominations Are Here! Nominations for the 92nd Oscars were announced Monday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and there were as usual some big winners and losers… “Joker” led the way with 11 total… Read More ›
Classic “B” Movies! Body Heat! Battle Royale! Bogart Too! Cinema’s Greatest Films That Begin With A “B”!
How About Some Classic “B” Movies! I’m getting 2020 off to a cinematic start: with these then “B” movies! In Hollywood parlance, a “B” movie used to refer to the second film on a double feature – a lesser known… Read More ›