As reported by Pitchfork, Deerhoof is speaking out against subscription-based music site Daytrotter for an alleged history of hostile business practices involving an authorized LP, angry messages from lawyers, and years of being outright ignored. Or, to be more specific, Deerhoof is speaking out about things that hypothetically might happen to a hypothetical […]
Since original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller have suddenly stepped down from the Han Solo movie (which is the polite way of saying that they were fired), it would be natural for Star Wars fans to be concerned about the spinoff’s future. Now, Ron Howard has been hired to finish the yet-untitled project, but even though he’s a fairly reliable filmmaker […]
After the success of Deadpool and Logan, the hot trend among licensed movies these days seems to be coming up with a way to make an existing property edgy and violent enough to earn an R-rating. Not every property warrants that, though, and Power Rangers director Dean Israelite thinks his movie was actually hurt by the perception that it might have been edgy […]
The Bad Batch is a 2017 sci-fi romance about a young woman caught in a dystopian landscape filled with cannibal savages and romance. The post The Bad Batch (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
Charismata is a 2017 thriller about a rookie female detective who becomes caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse with a killer who has taken special interest in her. The post Charismata (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
Oh Tracy Lord…what a dame. Not only was she the wittiest, wiliest woman in all of Pennsylvania, but she could perform a perfect swan dive and, as The Philadelphia Story begins, seems to have created the perfect fiancé for herself … Continue reading →
One of the surest cures for the winter blues is to settle down, pour yourself a drink and slip a screwball comedy into your DVD player. These are films that, by definition, are designed to brighten your day. Watching Bringing … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Cinema Parrot Disco: Today I’m reviewing Adrienne Shelly’s fantastic film Waitress. This would’ve been Shelly’s 50th birthday so I’ve been reviewing some of her movies this week. I started by reviewing her Hal Hartley films The Unbelievable Truth & Trust (HERE) & yesterday reviewed the films Sleeping With Strangers & Factotum […]
Happy Birthday to Meryl Streep, who is 68 today. Okay – I admit to still needing to see some of Streep’s biggest films. I also need to re-watch several. So this will be a “Top Ten For Now” list that I’ll update when I see more of her work. The one I was really hoping … Continue reading →
Bill Cosby’s publicity team is now saying that the comedian’s upcoming town hall tour most definitely is not about sexual assault, but rather about “the restoration of his legacy.” And they’re blaming the media for getting it wrong in the first place. On this morning’s CNN New Day Weekend, Cosby publicist Ebonee Benson told New Day co-host Christi Paul, “The […]
“We don’t do anything with dignity, okay?” Rebel Wilson’s “Fat Amy” (her ball cap reads “Make America Eat Again”) says in this first trailer for Pitch Perfect 3, and fans wouldn’t expect otherwise. Having graduated from college and finding the non-singing world a depressing place – service jobs and bull-tending apparently not being all their cracked up to be […]
Taking the Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing last year, Amazon musical drama Mozart in the Jungle‘s sound departments should pose strong competition once again in the contest to come. Traveling to Italy for several episodes, this unique portrait of professional musicians from creators Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Paul Weitz and Alex Timbers branched out […]
With the recent passing of Adam West, this article looks at the classic TV series that became his legacy. The recent passing of Adam West (and in such close proximity to that of Sir Roger Moore!) has already led to a beautiful tribute to him being written on this site by one of my colleagues. So I’d like to take this opportunity to look back at the Batman TV […]
This Agony Booth article is an affectionate look at Sir Roger and his legacy.I was originally preparing to review Licence to Kill, the 16th (official) James Bond film and probably the most controversial entry in the entire series. However, the recent passing of Sir Roger Moore prompted me to change my plans.In terms of the Bond films, I was introduced to the […]
Starring: Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Robert Duvall, Peter Finch Director: Sidney Lumet “I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore!” In network television, ratings rule. When you watch films like Christine (2016) or Network, you get the feeling that things were changing in the 70’s and that getting people to watch… Continue reading Classic Film […]
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock, Josh Duhamel Director: Michael Bay I know that it’s the popular thing to dislike these films. Like if a film is big, and you like it, you couldn’t possibly be an intellectual. But you know what? I don’t care. I had an awesome time at this movie. I… Continue reading Preview: Transformers: The Last Knigh […]
Ready for a daylong trip to Duckburg? Disney has announced the premiere date for “DuckTales” and it’s a 24-hour event. The new “DuckTales” will debut with an hour-long TV movie that will air for 24 consecutive hours starting at midnight on Aug. 12 on Disney XD. After this introductory event, the...
Thursday, there was a pretty good article on Decider on the problems Universal is going to have in creating its "Dark Universe," which launched Friday with the premiere of THE MUMMY. Written by Brett White, "Monster Problem: Dark Universe is the Anti-Marvel" covers some of the things that have made Universal's model, the Marvel' […]
Three years ago, I jotted down some thoughts here on comic-to-screen adaptations and where I thought they were falling short. The number of such productions in the years since has continued to explode, blanketing movie and television screens and with so many future projects in the works at any given time, it's difficult to keep up with all of them. Augu […]
I love you as you are – That face that stills my heart. That smile that makes it beat, Still every time we meet. The way you love me so, How we each hate letting go, When we hold each other tight, And talk sweet late at night. The way you hold my […]
Registering birth details with government records is one of the most essential work that every Indian (not limited to India only) is supposed to do at the earliest. In this article, we will be checking the details on how one can register birth details online in their respective states. From last few months, digital wave has surely started in country and thin […]
Want to check the possibilities of solemnizing marriages online in India? Well here in this article we are going to explore all the facts that needs to be discussed about marriage solemnization in country. Can we as Indian have proper facilities to register marriage online or do we still need to go through conventional old ways of offline marriage solemnizat […]
Raw (2016) Julia Ducournau’s debut feature film “Raw” provoked extreme reactions from the critics and audiences alike. Despite its grim story and graphic imagery, the film managed to gain an all-round critical acclaim. “Raw” is a French-language film about an adolescent girl Justine (Garance Marillier) who enters her first year at a veterinary school in Fran […]
Charlene at Charlene’s (Mostly) Classic Movie Reviews is hosting this absolutely amazing blogathon – The Medicine in the Movies Blogathon, and this review of Alfred Hitchcock’s “Spellbound” (1945) is part of the race. There are many good movies out there which explore interesting, intricate aspects of medicine: from Wellman’s overblown, but entertaining “Nig […]
Most cruises suffer from the same issues. Staterooms are too small, common areas get crowded and food options become limited. Ritz-Carlton, Marriott International Inc.’s flagship luxury brand, is setting out to change all of that. The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection was just announced and will feature three small, ultra-luxury ships that are being called “anti […]
Former U.S. Air Force veteran Jeff Reitz began a journey on January 1, 2012. His goal was to visit the parks of Disneyland Resort everyday for one year. Reitz accomplished that goal, and then some. By the beginning of 2013, Reitz had visited the parks for 365 consecutive days, and decided to just keep going. […] The post VIDEO: Fan visits Disneyland Resort f […]
We have all the latest Disney Food News on this week's Disney Food Post Round Up!Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscribe to our NewsletterFollow us on TwitterBecome a Facebook Fan Related posts: Disney Food Post Round-Up: June 18, 2017 Disn […]
The Japan Pavilion in Epcot's World Showcase at Walt Disney World offers Mochi Ice Cream, a ball of sweet frozen cream surrounded by sticky rice dough. It's a unique and tasty treat to try! Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscribe to ou […]
This show was originally shown at New Theatre on the 3rd of November 2016. This article originally appeared on AussieTheatre.com. The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade is a mouthful of a play title and the onstage experience... Read More
Here is my review of La La Land, a mediocre film that has achieved critical success primarily because of the cinematic nostalgia it evokes. This is also my application to be Triple J’s new movie reviewer. Enjoy!