Samuel L. Jackson may not have anticipated the rapturous public response to him declaring, “I have had it with these motherfucking snakes on this motherfucking plane!” in the Snakes On A Plane trailer, but given RuPaul’s self-conscious approach to catchphrase creation—and, really, punny wordplay in general—it’s safe…Read more...
In a 2011 interview with the BBC, Tom Hardy admitted that he tried to launch a career as a rapper when he was a teenager, explaining that it “was a very hard sell” because he came “from a nice middle-class neighborhood” and because he “wasn’t very good.” He claimed to have recorded “loads of stuff” with legitimate…Read more...
The eerie and elegantly Gothic 1950s-set relationship study Phantom Thread (one of The A.V. Club’s favorite movies of 2017) is expanding to hundreds of theaters this weekend. As part of the promotional campaign, writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson has gone on an online publicity tour, dropping into Reddit for an AMA…Read more...
America's Sweethearts is a 2001 romantic comedy about a movie publicist who deals with the messy public split of his movie's co-stars while keeping reporters at bay while a reclusive director holds the film's print hostage. The post On Netflix Now: We’re Watching ‘America’s Sweethearts’ appeared first on That Moment In.
The God of Cookery is a 1996 action comedy about the most renowned and feared chef in the world loses his title of God of Cookery because of his pompous attitude. The post Asian Cinema Film Club Podcast: ‘The God of Cookery’ appeared first on That Moment In.
The films of Howard Hawks are more famous than the man himself. As with Billy Wilder his career spanned every genre and style and he mastered them all. He made screwball comedies and film noir, gangster films and westerns. And … Continue reading →
Christmas is a time for the familiar. For turkey and Criterion Collection films as presents. It’s also a time for reflection and seasonal viewings of When Harry Met Sally… and One Fine Day. Two films I’ve watched over and over and … Continue reading →
Coco (2017) Review Directed by Lee Unkrich Starring: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Edward James Olmos Music by Michael Giacchino Plot Synopsis: (via Wikipedia) The story follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel Rivera who is accidentally transported to the land of the dead, where he seeks […]
Well, it’s Year 6 of my blog & Year 3 of me doing this Blind Spot Project where we make ourselves watch 12 movies in a year that we’ve been meaning to watch for ages. Most people choose classics but I like to mix it up with some random shit as well since watching 12 … Continue reading →
EXCLUSIVE: A Million Little Pieces, the screen adaptation of the James Frey book, is fast assembling for a January 25 production start. Billy Bob Thornton has joined Aaron Taylor-Johnson and director Sam Taylor-Johnson for the first film to go into production for Brad Weston’s producing/financing company Makeready. Thornton will be joined by Carla Juri, who […]
The Los Angeles Times parent company tronc said it is launching an investigation following allegations of past sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct in work settings involving LAT publisher Ross Levinsohn. National Public Radio reported today that Levinsohn had been sued in two separate sexual harassment cases while working at different companies, and […]
Sony has moved its summer 2019 tentpole Men In Black Untitled from from May 17th to June 14th, taking it off the date currently occupied by John Wick: Chapter Three and moving it to the date where Warner Bros. has its Shaft movie remake. This kind of date jockeying is not unusual a year in advance. Men In Black Untitled was initially fast-tracked by Columbia […]
This article looks at the best sidekicks from the small screen.For my first article of 2018, I’m taking another look at sidekicks. This time, however, the focus will be on ones on the small screen.1. TontoSome have understandably taken issue with the Lone Ranger’s companion, stating that the character gives negative impressions of Native Americans. The fact […]
Here is a look at an episode from the original Star Trek series, which is the closet the entire franchise had to a Christmas episode.In the franchise’s entire 51-year history, there’s only been one Star Trek episode of any of the six series that’s been holiday-themed. That episode was the original series’ “Catspaw”, which was the first episode filmed for the […]
Starring: Georges Melies, Victor Andre, Bleuette Bernon Director: Georges Melies Going back quite a way into film history this time, back into a time when cinema was in it’s infancy. You’ve probably seen that image of the moon as a man’s cream cheesey looking face with a spaceship stuck in one eye, and this is… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Tri […]
Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen, Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky Director: Hallie Meyers-Shyer Alice (Witherspoon) is an almost divorced single mother, and the daughter of a famous film maker. When she winds up allowing three young men to move in (Alexander, Wolff and Rudnitsky) she finds her life turned upside down, and… […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to review some make up and beauty products that I’ve purchased recently. Most of this products are from the drugstore, so they are very affordable if you want to try them. Lip gloss – Burt’s Bees I’m really happy with this lip gloss because […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 Happy new year!! I hope you I’ve had a lovely new year’s eve and that 2018 brings all your wishes, and you achieve all your new year resolutions. Today I want to share with you a sweet and feminine winter outfit. This is a very confortable everyday look, but I think it’s […]
Just after donning our virtual reality headsets — and before pulling down the visors to completely surrender to a digital galaxy — four of us would-be rebels were given one major rule: no running. No running? No problem. There were many concerns I had before entering Downtown Disney’s the Void,...
It’s no coincidence that the CW’s latest offering in a successful string of superhero series premieres the day after Martin Luther King Day. The hero at the center of “Black Lightning” is an African American educator who prefers to counter systemic racism, inner-city violence and corrupt law enforcement...
Ninety-one years ago today--10 Jan., 1927--Fritz Lang's magnificent sci-fi fantasy METROPOLIS first hit the screen in Germany. This is the kind of movie the phrase "visionary masterpiece" was coined to describe, a gloriously weird epic of the future as seen from the late Weimar era wherein the working class robotically toils away on machines b […]
Born today, 30 Dec., in 1945, Lloyd Kaufman, producer, writer, director, the co-founder of Troma Entertainment and one of the magnificent bastards responsible for, among so many other off-the-wall classics, the Toxic Avenger movies, POULTRYGEIST: NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD, TERROR FIRMER, TROMA'S WAR and TROMEO & JULIET. Highbrow snobs may scoff at L […]
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 […]
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) It is no wonder that Agatha Christie chose the Orient Express, once the most luxurious train in the world, as the setting for one of her fictitious crime scenes. From Paris to Istanbul, a journey of some 1,920 miles, will take passengers around 1883 (the date of its first […]
Tokyo Godfathers (2003) The co-director and scriptwriter of this little gem of an animation is no other than Satoshi Kon, the man who brought to the masses such great animated films as “Perfect Blue” (1997) and “Paprika” (2006), and the story is about three homeless people who discover an abandoned baby-girl amidst the piles of […]
Amazon released a list today of the 20 cities that have made the final cut for consideration to be the home of the electronic commerce company’s second headquarters. Unfortunately, Orlando is not on that list. It was reported last month that Orlando had made a bid to bring Amazon’s second headquarters to central Florida, though […] The post Orlando loses bid […]
Ash Williams is in for even more nightmares when season 3 of “Ash vs. Evil Dead” premieres on Starz. Today, we just got a taste of what’s in store for our chainsaw wielding hero. Starz released a full trailer and a brand new poster for the hit series today, introducing us to Ash’s daughter Sandy… […] The post “Ash vs. Evil Dead” season 3 trailer and poster p […]
The Plaza Restaurant at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World is a hidden gem right on Main Street, USA. The menu includes Brisket Mac and Cheese, Loaded Plaza Fries (and dipping sauces!), and stellar desserts like Butterscotch Bread Pudding and Chocolate Cake. Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great […]
The Lunar New Year celebration kicks off on January 26th at Disney California Adventure! Specialty food items will be available at three themed Marketplaces and Paradise Garden Grill for the 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 o […]
When the original Despicable Me first came around, I loved it. To be fair, I was eleven at the time and the film’s target audience, but the off-beat humor and mischievous antics of the characters grabbed me, in a way that few kid’s films could. In a world where animation was dominated by wholesome (usually Disney and... Read More
Six months ago, I began Game of Thrones. Initially overwhelmed by the sheer number of plot lines and characters, I soon became hooked. With the help of Natalie Bochenski’s recaps and the Raven On podcast I managed to learn the names of all the characters just in time for them to be killed off in a... Read More