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We love talking about movies, from the golden age of hollywood through to todays big blockbusters.
From Here to Eternity (1953, Burt Lancaster, Deborah Kerr)
The story portrays the loves, hopes, and dreams of those in a close-knit army barracks in Hawaii shortly before theRead more.
Yellow Submarine (1968, The Beatles)
Yellow Submarine, arguably one of the best animation films of all time, designed for kids and adults alike in itsRead more.
Myra Breckinridge (1970, Raquel Welch, Mae West)
The notorious X-rated bomb that nearly sank Twentieth Century Fox in 1970, Myra Breckinridge is a special brand of awful.Read more.
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991, Kevin Costner, Alan Rickman)
In critic David Thomson’s Biographical Dictionary of Film, he assesses Kevin Costner’s virtues: “reasonably handsome, passably virile, unequivocally ordinary.” ThoseRead more.
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (Fox 2003)
The premise of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen is fascinating: take some of literature’s most famous wounded heroes and teamRead more.
When two James Bond’s Collide
Sean Connery: the original 007 James Bond came back to the role one last time in 1983 in a remakeRead more.
“With Richard Burton, I was living my own fabulous, passionate fantasy.” — Elizabeth Taylor
“With Richard Burton, I was living my own fabulous, passionate fantasy.” — Elizabeth TaylorRead more.
MANY critics cite Tom Hanks as a throwback to the Golden Era of Hollywood’s brand of leading man, and, inRead more.
BY the time Ben Affleck and Matt Damon appeared at the 1997 Golden Globes ceremony to collect a Best ScreenplayRead more.