Behold the “Summer Of Love” – when “flower power” met “free love” – and hordes of hippies boarded psychedelic buses that cross-crossed America looking for music festivals, so people could “drop out and turn on.” It was a golden, innocent… Read More ›
William Finley Has Died… Very sad news to post. William Finley, the star of Brian DePalma’s brilliant 1974 movie “Phantom Of The Paradise”, has died. Here is a bio I found online: “The lanky 6’4″ William Finley played the side… Read More ›
Let’s Go Bowling! With the recent political talk about how bowling speaks to what America stands for, I thought a look at some of the most popular – and interesting – movies about bowling were in order. KINGPINS, THE DUDE,… Read More ›
Great Acting is inspiring – and here are 4 award-winning performances that showcase great acting by four terrific Actresses! Working Girl – Directed by Mike Nichols. Released in 1988. Melanie Griffith was Oscar nominated for Best Actress – and held… Read More ›
Midnight Run Fist-a-phobia! Shawhank’s Zihuatanejo! Units Of Time! “Feel Good” Movies About Redemption!
Time for some “feel good” movies – stories of redemption – where characters have flaws, overcome weaknesses, make the right choices, and leave you at the end of the movie with a big smile on your face. It can also… Read More ›
Hold The Phone! I love telling someone about a great movie they may have missed. Recently, I got someone hooked on “Barton Fink”, the classic Coen Brothers film – there are a ton of great, overlooked films to share –… Read More ›
Abbey Road Fair to say that this is one of the most iconic pictures in music history – The Beatles crossing Abbey Road, outside the studio where they recorded their final album. Yes, “Let It Be” was released last, but… Read More ›