It feels churlish to call this Class’ best episode. After all, to do so would imply that Class is at its best when it wanders furthest from its chosen genre of teen drama. The adults are in charge tonight, with the Coal Hill students busy dealing with the events of “Detained.” This is also the first episode in which the rift doesn’t drive any aspect of the p […]
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Sunday, May 28. All times are Eastern.Top pickUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix): Sunday TV nights have considerably amped up in intensity, what with Leftovers in its final season, and the uber-dramatic recent debuts of American Gods and Twins Peaks. If you’d rather not go so dark for your holiday weekend (c’mon man, […]
With more than 5.4 million articles, Wikipedia is an invaluable resource, whether you’re throwing a term paper together at the last minute or hastily changing the definition of impeachment to read, “That thing where everyone tells the president he’s doing a bigly job and he’s not under investigation and everyone loves him and he gets two scoops of ice cream. […]
Lady Bug is a 2017 horror/thriller about a woman who stows away on a small boat in an attempt to get to her children, only to find herself face to face with a maniac. The post Lady Bug (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
Planet of the Apes is a 2001 reboot of the classic series about a future where a planet is dominated by apes, and man is left scrambling to survive. The post 7 Things Great About: Planet of the Apes (2001) appeared first on That Moment In.
When it comes to love and laughter on the silver screen, I’ve always lumped Addicted to Love in with One Fine Day, two films released years after the Depression-era heyday of the screwball comedy. Both of these movies were deliberate … Continue reading →
I’ve often said that if life were a movie, I would want to live in a screwball comedy. The reason? In a screwball comedy you can fall in love with a madcap heiress, live in a lavish apartment, have a … Continue reading →
Happy Belated Birthday to John C. Reilly, who turned 52 on Wednesday. I dedicate this Top Ten to blogger Tom (aka Thomas J), who has done a lot of reviews of Reilly’s films. I apologize to you all as I’ve not been able to visit your blogs this year while I’ve had to cut way … Continue reading →
The film adaptation of Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon comes out today in the United States. It was directed by Stella Meghie and stars Amandla Stenberg & Nick Robinson. I must admit that I really enjoyed this book and am annoyed about the three month wait to see the film in the United Kingdom (the … Continue reading →
Resilience is the key to survival in this business, especially for directors, and after weathering a public feud over the Natalie Portman western Jane Got a Gun, Scottish director Lynne Ramsay is basking in the Cannes sunshine after receiving a seven-minute standing ovation last night for the premiere of her in-competition noir You Were Never Really Here. Fo […]
Following the trail blazed by athletes like Michael Strahan, who parlayed a successful NFL career into a thriving run as a news personality, Alex Rodriguez has made a deal with ABC News, Deadline has confirmed. The former New York Yankees slugger will have a contributor role and appear occasionally on shows like Good Morning America, World News Tonight and N […]
Ten minutes into the matinee performance of Woyzeck starring Star Wars: The Force Awakens actor John Boyega, the Old Vic Theater in Central London was evacuated due to a security issue. About 1,000 people poured into the streets on Saturday afternoon while police investigated with bomb-sniffing dogs. Businesses near the Old Vic were also evacuated as police […]
The respective third entries of the Jaws and Superman series were both released in 1983. Neither is held in high regard by fans, and this article goes into which is the worse of the two.1983 gave us classic films such as Return of the Jedi, Octopussy, Sudden Impact, and the Stephen King triple-punch of Cujo, Christine, and The Dead Zone. Among the year’s fil […]
This article looks at two of the worst series finales ever.In 2001, just a few months prior to the tragedy of 9/11, two series aired their final episodes: Star Trek: Voyager and Xena: Warrior Princess.Although ratings for Voyager had dropped considerably during its run, the series remained UPN’s highest-rated show (which isn’t saying a lot, considering what […]
Starring: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price Director: Otto Preminger While investigating the murder of Laura, the detective in charge finds himself falling under the dead woman’s spell, but all is not what it seems. Everyone is in love with Laura (Tierney) who sparkles and shines in the memories of those who loved… Continue reading Clas […]
If you’re into movie podcasts or independent films, you may have already heard of Fable Forest Films (thefableforest.com). They’re a group of indie film makers from Waterloo in ON, Canada, and they also host a really interesting podcast about film making called First Frames First. I wanted to share some of their work with you,… Continue reading Fable Forest […]
Move over, Avengers: a new team of scrappy, street smart superheroes is moving into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. On Aug. 18, Netflix will unveil the miniseries superhero team-up it’s been building towards for three years, “Marvel’s The Defenders.” Not familiar with the new good-guy gang? Don’t...
The great war is here. Or at least it will be when “Game of Thrones” returns in July and the show enters, presumably, the final stages of the battle for Westeros. A formidable list of contenders are circling from as many directions as the blades of the iconic Iron Throne point: Which has not escaped...
It's with some sense of failure that I contemplate the vast amount of high-quality television appearing in recent years--shows I eagerly follow every week they're on--then look at how little I've written about them here. The fact that I've devoted so many articles to THE WALKING DEAD, which usually isn't a good show, makes it all the […]
In May 1990, the week of the 5th episode of TWIN PEAKS' original run, TV Guide offered a "Special Report" on the show, a series of articles outlining its story to date, a report on a visit to Snoqualmie, Washington, where PEAKS' exteriors were shot, some speculation on where the series would go after the murder of Laura Palmer is settled […]
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 […]
I feel like I’m 12-years-old again – Giddy, and walking on air. How could a man as plain as me End up with a woman so rare? You say I’m just being mushy, But you’re to blame, you see, For long before you came along I was 100 percent mush-free. I can’t get […]
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 […]
The Autopsy of Jane Doe (2016) “Everybody has a secret; some just hide it better than others” (Tommy in “The Autopsy of Jane Doe”). André Øvredal, better known for well-received “Troll Hunter” (2010), here presents “The Autopsy of Jane Doe”, the kind of a horror film which provides one with an instant “horror” gratification. It […]
Psycho (1960) **SPOILER ALERT** This will be my 100th film review and to celebrate the occasion I thought I would review one of my favourite of psychological horror films – Alfred Hitchcock’s “Psycho”. Adapted from a novel by Robert Bloch, this film is a real classic of psychological horror genre, which practically revolutionised the way […]
The Springs Street Eats Food Truck Rally will take place on June 2 and 3, 2017 on the West Side of Disney Springs! Six more food trucks will join Fantasy Fare and World Showcase of Flavors for the weekend event. 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: Sub […]
Celebrate the Summer of Heroes at Disney California Adventure with extra activities and limited-time specialty eats!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: Festival […]
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!
This show was performed as part of the Sydney Festival on the 8th of January 2017. This review was originally posted on AussieTheatre.com For some, seeing Shakespeare in English is complicated enough. For the crowd that packed into the Roslyn Packer theatre on Sunday night to see Cheek by Jowl and Moscow’s Pushkin Theatre perform... Read More