RIP Jessica Walter… Very sad news. Jessica Walter, well known for her stage, TV and film work, has died at the age of 80. As Deadline.com reports: “Jessica Walter, the award-winning actress whose career spanned five decades, passed away in… Read More ›
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“A man once told me that you step out of your door in the morning, and you are already in trouble. The only question is are you on top of that trouble or not?” A black man helps search for… Read More ›
“Do The Right Thing!” “Malcolm X!” Spike Lee’s Brilliant, Raw Take On Racism In America Resonates Today…
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 ›
Time For Some “I” Popping Cinema! My “Movies A-Z” countdown continues with a great letter – “I”! There are classic comedies, riveting dramas, Oscar-winning best pictures, and some really offbeat stuff as well, so let’s get going. Remember,this is NOT… Read More ›
Listen Up! My “A-Z” Celebration OF Cinema Continues With “G”! Lean in closely, because I’ve got ten great films that begin with the letter “G” – if they are good enough to get Don Corleone’s attention, then they should be… Read More ›
TV Executive On A New York Soundstage: “I’d like to make her look a little more attractive, how far can you pull back?” The Cameraman: “How do you feel about Cleveland?” With that hilarious line, America met Dorothy Michaels, the… 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 ›
“Did you know Tom Cruise had no idea he was in that vampire movie till two years later?” That hilarious line – and the poster for Kit Ramsey’s epic sci-fi thriller “Chubby Rain” are the setup for one of the… Read More ›
Richard E. Grant’s Fan Letter As A 14 Year Old To Barbra Streisand! The Oscar Nominee’s Holiday Offer Finally Acknowledged By Babs!
A Boy’s Fan Letter To Barbra Streisand Gets A Response – Thanks To Oscar! I love this story! After receiving his first ever Oscar nomination for his role in film “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”, 62-year-old Richard E. Grant has… Read More ›