Spike Lee’s Oscar Winning Take On Race… After a distinguished career, Spike Lee finally won his first Oscar for Best Screenplay last year for his powerful script for the film “BlackkKlansman”, the true story of a black police officer infiltrating… Read More ›
This Is A “Picture From A Revolution!” This scene, when Sidney Poitier slaps a white man who had just slapped him across the face – was incendiary for its time, and it’s one one of the powerful films of 1967,… Read More ›
“Three Dog Nightmare!” From Rock Star To Junkie! Singer Chuck Negron Drives The “Wednesday Bookmobile” Off A Drug-Fuelled Cliff!
Meet Three Dog Night! This week’s “Wednesday Bookmobile” tells the story of one of the most popular and successful bands of the early 70’s – and one rock star’s spectacular fall from grace. Let begin with the music. Here is… Read More ›
“The Wrong Missy!” Raucous, Raunchy Star-Making Performance By Lauren Lapkus On Netflix Is My “Cult Movie Monday”!
“The Wrong Missy!” David Spade plays an uptight sales guy who goes on a disastrous, but really funny, first date. Tim thinks he’s invited the woman of his dreams on a work retreat to Hawaii, realizing too late he mistakenly… Read More ›
“Losing A Whole Year!” Pandemic “Songs For Sunday!” Terrific Music Videos From Third Eye Blind! Police Parody “Don’t Stand So Close To Me!”
These “Songs For Sunday” Have A #quarantinelife Hook! As the world begins to “re-open” a bit – with still much concern about a virus that stubbornly continues to wreck havoc, I have “Songs For Sunday” that seem written for our… Read More ›
The $90,000 Instagram Post! Remember this social media post from Kendall Jenner? Well, after being paid $275,000 to share it, she has now agreed to pay $90k for doing so! the 24-year-old Jenner has agreed to pay a $90,000 settlement… Read More ›
Director Robert Wise! From “Sound Of Music” To “West Side Story” And “Star Trek!” This “Wednesday Bookmobile” Has His Terrific Story!
An Incredible Directing Career Gets A Terrific Film Biography! I love books about Hollywood history. there are usually two kinds: one is all gossip and scandal – these are fun to read but don’t give much insight into the filmmaking… Read More ›