Operating on the presumed assumption that going where people vocally don’t want him—i.e., everywhere—and saying the things people don’t want him to say—i.e., everything—has never worked out less than swimmingly for him in the past, political yapper Milo Yiannopoulos has pledged to speak tomorrow at UC Berkeley, even…Read more...
Just a week after the Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest came under fire for the quiet re-hiring of former Birth.Movies.Death. editor Devin Faraci—who was accused last year of groping and sexually assaulting a woman several years ago, leading to his now having been twice forced to resign from the Drafthouse…Read more...
For its inaugural edition, Art House Theater Day—a celebration of independently owned movie theaters created in the wake of Record Store Day’s massive success—leaned in to the weird side of indie filmmaking with a special presentation of Phantasm restored in 4k. This year, the event is taking a more traditional…Read more...
The China Syndrome is a 1979 thriller about a reporter who finds what appears to be a cover-up of safety hazards at a nuclear power plant. The post What To Watch: It All Feels Real In The ‘China Syndrome’ (1979) appeared first on That Moment In.
Stronger is an unexpectedly moving true story, with a brilliantly acted lead performance that makes this biopic unlike nearly all others. The post Stronger (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
One Fine Day is a dangerous movie. It’s one of the worst threats to my productivity of any movie ever made. If I’m unlucky enough to come across it while channel surfing, I’m stuck. I won’t move until it’s over. … Continue reading →
I’ve been feeling a little listless lately, saying goodbye to summer makes me feel nostalgic, and if I’m nostalgic for anything, it’s for a time when I was more excited about the films I’ve been watching.The other night I had … Continue reading →
Welcome to my final day of Stephen King Week. King turned 70 yesterday so I posted something King-related all week. One book review (End Of Watch), two movie reviews (including 2017’s It), and two Top Ten lists (My Top Ten Stephen King Movies & My Top Ten Stephen King Books). Today I’m reviewing the film … Continue reading →
Happy Birthday to Stephen King, who turns 70 today! Welcome to Day Four of Stephen King Week. I’m posting something King-related all week. One book review (End Of Watch), two movie reviews (including 2017’s It), and two Top Ten lists (including My Top Ten Stephen King Movies). Today I’m posting my list of My Top Ten … Continue reading →
They’re definitely back. The Will & Grace gang wasted no time at the Tribeca TV Festival before jumping into the present and taking a swipe at Donald Trump — just as quickly and easily as they seem to have fallen back into old their roles. David Kohan, asked how he’d react if Trump called him “a son of a bitch” — that’s how the president referred to Coli […]
Before performing a medley of his classic hits like “Higher Ground,” “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours,” and “Overjoyed,” at the Global Citizen Festival, Stevie Wonder made a passionate speech about unity saying, “It is only through life we can make life happen through ourselves and each other.” He added, “Our global brothers and sisters, I didn't co […]
Add the 2017 NCAA basketball champion North Carolina Tar Heels to the list of teams that will not be heading to the Trump White House. A story in the Charlotte Observer newspaper today said that although the team was invited and willing to go, it “couldn’t find a date that worked for both parties,” according to Steve Kirschner, the team spokesman. "We t […]
This article looks at 5 of the best good guy sidekicks from movies.Throughout history, both in real life and otherwise, there have always been those who seem to be, intentionally or not, subordinate to someone else. The slang expression that describes such a person is “sidekick”. In literature, such characters include Sancho Panza from Miguel de Cervantes’s […]
My third entry in the Agony Booth's Movies That Predicted Trump series looks at one of John Carpenter's best movies.As the 1980s began, John Carpenter’s career was at its height. He won critical acclaim with Assault on Precinct 13. This gave him complete creative control over his follow up picture Halloween. The enormous success of that movie virtu […]
Starring: Rachel Weisz, Sam Clafin, Holliday Grainger Director: Roger Michell Based on the novel by Daphne Du Maurier, this is the story of an orphan raised by his adult cousin in Victorian era Cornwall. The two are devoted to each other, and live a rough and tumble bachelor life until Phillip’s (Clafin) guardian has to… Continue reading My Cousin Rachel (20 […]
Starring: Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, Hilary Mason, Clelia Matania Director: Nicolas Roeg John (Sutherland) and Laura (Christie) Baxter are struggling to deal with the accidental death of their young daughter, and take up restoration work in Venice, Italy, to try to move on. Laura seems to be unable to cope very well until two older… Continue reading […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Autumn has come to my home town and with it many great things. In my region right now we are celebrating harvest time. Everybody looks forward to this local festivity, everyday we have fireworks from all over the world and we go out at night. The most typical things […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you some random pictures I’ve taken over the past month which I didn’t upload into my blog. Nevertheless I have posted this pictures either on Instagram or on Facebook, so if you’d like you can follow me on this platforms too. […]
Harry Dean Stanton has died. Harry was a great, often underappreciated though much beloved actor--a personal favorite--and quite a character, who came to specialize in memorable, offbeat roles. A Kentucky native and veteran of World War II, he was bitten by the acting while at university and just went with it. He worked right to the end (he finished two movi […]
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' […]
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 […]
Mother! (2017) Darren Aronofsky’s “Mother!”….I am happy to report that there is no need for some mass panic. “Mother!” may start slow, but it proves to be a very enjoyable “descent” into sheer madness overall. The initial story […]
“The Breadwinner” promises to be a great, inspirational animated film. In my opinion, it looks like an interesting cross between “Mulan” (1998) and “Persepolis” (2007). It will be screened at the forthcoming BFI London Film Festival, taking place between 4 and 15 October 2017.
Disney Springs will be adding yet another popular luxury brand this Fall when it welcomes a brand new Coach store to Walt Disney World’s shopping district. Coach will be replacing the recently closed Vince Camuto location in the Town Center area, next to MAC Cosmetics. Disney Springs took to their twitter account today to announce […] The post Luxury brand C […]
Star Wars: The Black Series has a new wave of figures that are perfect for Star Wars fans who are looking to collect the characters on both sides of the fight. This eight-figure collection features Rey, Kylo Ren, Luke Skywalker, Maz Kanata, Supreme Leader Snoke, Elite Praetorian Guard, Resistance Tech Rose and Jaina Solo. Each […] The post New Star Wars: The […]
Read about the changes to the Culinary Demonstrations for the 2017 Epcot Food and Wine Festival. 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: News! 2017 Epcot Food and Wine Fes […]
Landscape of Flavors at the Art of Animation Resort in Walt Disney World offers up interesting food court food, including tandoori eats, chili-cheese fries, and a gelato bar. Burgers and pizza round out the multifarious menu. 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 […]
Mental illness is an area some entertainers shy away from. This is not the case with Crackers, the latest production by the Bite Production Theatre collective. This black comedy is an unflinching look at Bipolar disorder, written by Georgina Adamson, a theatre-maker who was recently diagnosed. Five acquaintance are trapped in a room for sixty... Read More
When the Sydney Film Festival came around in the same week of exams, I knew I was destined for a week of popcorn-filled procrastination. After extensive research of the program and an elimination process that would rival most reality shows (Is two movies in one day too much?), I finally came to my top five.... Read More