Some political figures are just ready-made for mockery, as Stephen Colbert demonstrated when he wasted no time roasting new White House Communications Director (and, according to Colbert, “lawyer whose ad is above the urinal”) Anthony Scaramucci. During his Monday Late Show monologue, Colbert was in late night comedy heaven, as he delved into the past, prese […]
There was nothing especially artful about An Inconvenient Truth. Less a movie than a glorified PowerPoint presentation, it offered only the sight of Al Gore, our former vice president, standing on a stage and explaining—through diagrams and photographs and unsexy science—the sobering reality of global warming. What the Oscar-winning documentary lacked in pan […]
Gang rapes, limbs amputated with carpenter’s saws and no anesthetic, partisans drowning their own bawling babies, prisoners of war being stabbed and brained to death, suicides dangling from village trees—the revised edition of the Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich’s landmark book about the experiences of Soviet women during World War II, newly t […]
Killing Ground is a 2017 horror film about a couples' camping trip that turns into a frightening ordeal when they stumble across the scene of a horrific crime. The post Killing Ground (2017) Review appeared first on That Moment In.
The Fifth Element is a 1997 action fantasy about a cab driver who unwittingly becomes the central figure in the search for a legendary cosmic weapon to keep Evil and Mr Zorg at bay. The post That Moment In ‘The Fifth Element’ (1997): Cinema Recall Podcast Ep. 002 appeared first on That Moment In.
Pfeiffer and Ryan captured conjointly. Any of these shots light your fire? Shoulder to shoulder, starting to smoulder. Pose, pout and polka dots! Prelude to a kiss? When Sally met Susie… …Bruce and Selina! Maggie maltreats the cat! A kiss … Continue reading →
One of the ”What if?” games I like to play is to imagine my favourite films cast with stars other than the ones whose names linger in my memory as irreplaceable. Think of You’ve Got M@il, then of Harrison Ford … Continue reading →
Happy Birthday to Willem Dafoe, who is 62 tomorrow. I have to admit that I’m not necessarily a huge fan of Dafoe. I think he’s a decent actor & has been in an interesting range of films but my main reason for even giving him much thought is probably because he’s one of so few … Continue reading →
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood What It’s About: (via Wikipedia) The Handmaid’s Tale is a 1985 dystopian novel by Canadian author Margaret Atwood. Set in a near-future New England, in a totalitarian, Christian theonomy that has overthrown the United States government, the novel explores themes of women in subjugation and the various means by … Continu […]
For the first time in its 21-year history, MSNBC attracted the largest weekday primetime crowd of any cable network – news or otherwise. MSNBC ended the week of July 17-21 with a weekday prime average of 2.34 million viewers, besting second-place Fox News Channel’s 2.25 million. But MSNBC also outstripped non-news cable nets. MSNBC previously was No. 1-ranke […]
Anne Hathaway is talking about stepping into the role of Barbie for Sony Pictures, though the studio said “it is premature.” That comes even as its known that Alethea Jones also has been circling to direct after a nod from Hathaway. Hathaway had been in the mix shortly after Amy Schumer left the project in March. The first big-screen, live-action Barbie film […]
Jimmy Fallon kicks off Monday’s Tonight Show by mentioning that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer stepped down late last week after President Donald Trump named Wall Street-er Anthony Scaramucci his new communications director – a role Spicer had been filling since the last communications director took a powder in May, after just months on the job. Spi […]
This past week, my sister had another baby & I had the chance of chatting with the delightful Deborah Voorhees again. Deborah Voorhees is best known among horror fans for her role in Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning (where she was credited as “Debi Sue Voorhees”) and coincidentally sharing the same surname as the film series’ murderous central cha […]
This is a review of a miniseries that first aired on ABC.With a new cinematic version of Stephen King’s 1986 novel It due to hit theaters in September, I thought I’d take a look at the previous adaptation of that classic novel: a miniseries which aired on ABC in the fall of 1990.Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace, who had previously directed the underappreciated […]
Starring: Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, Adrian Grenier, Johnathan Schaech Director: Steven C Miller This is a random film. Personally, I’ll watch anything that Nicolas Cage stars in. He’s either absolutely brilliant or bat shit crazy (he’s the second one in this film). That’s why we’re talking about this film. Here he’s in fine form as… Continue reading Souther […]
Starring: Matt Damon, Tian Jing, Willem Dafoe Director: Yimou Zhang If you’ve ever wondered why the Chinese built their Great Wall, and then Googled it, thought the real history was boring, and wanted more dragons, then this film is for you. Which is crazy, because the real history of the Great Wall is a fascinating… Continue reading The Great Wall (2016) […]
When it comes to the big screen, Christopher Nolan is a true believer — and with blockbusters like “The Dark Knight” trilogy, “Inception” and “Interstellar,” he has translated that passion into more than $4 billion in grosses collectively at the global box office. Nolan’s latest film, the World...
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 […]
Match Point (2005) As some of my readers will know, especially those based in the UK, last Sunday was the men’s final of the Wimbledon Championships 2017, the oldest and, certainly, most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. This got me thinking about films which reference tennis, and I decided to review Woody Allen’s “Match […]
This past April, a new killer whale (also known as orca) calf named Kyara was born to the 26-year-old mom Takara at SeaWorld San Antonio in Texas. Today Kyara unfortunately passed away in the park’s animal hospital due to an infection, while surrounded by SeaWorld staff who fought to save her life. SeaWorld San Diego […] The post Three-month-old killer whale […]
The Cherry Tree Lane section of the Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs at Walt Disney World will see the return of a guest favorite this week. The Dress Shop will be back with their lovely original designs and even one new one. First opening in the spring, The Dress Shop featured dresses themed to classic […] The post The Dress Shop returns to Disney Spring […]
We're checking into Walt Disney World's Wilderness Lodge for a closer look at the NEW Roaring Fork!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: Review: Chocolate Cara […]
We've booked a table at Morimoto Asia in Walt Disney World's Disney Springs and want you to join us there for dinner!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 […]
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!