Going In Style 1979 George Burns Lee Strasberg Art Carney

Going In Style (1979) – A Review

George Burns, Art Carney and Lee Strasberg are senior citizens living together and getting by on their pension checks. They have their daily routine down – having their morning coffee,...

Frankenhooker Patty Mullen 1990 horror comedy

Frankenhooker (1990) – A Review

 Poor Jeffrey (James Lorenz). He’s been rejected by every med school he’s applied to and his girlfriend Elizabeth (Patty Mullen) has just been decapitated in a freak lawnmower accident. What...

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Justice League Trailer #1 Thoughts

Warner Brothers/DC Comics has released the first full trailer for Zack Snyder’s highly anticipated Justice League. Yeah, it’s a trailer. And it’s pretty much how I expected it to look....

For The Love of Spock documentary Leonard Nimoy 2016

For The Love of Spock (2016) – A Review

A documentary about renowned actor, director and renaissance man Leonard Nimoy, directed by his son Adam Nimoy. For The Love of Spock covers Nimoy life from his early acting struggles, his...

Jerry Lewis The Ladies Man 1961 comedy

The Ladies Man (1961) – A Review

Jerry Lewis gets hired to be the houseboy for a boarding house full of women. That is all. It’s an episodic film like many Lewis movies. There’s slapstick, surrealism, dancing,...

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Wonder Woman Trailer #3 Thoughts

So Warner Brothers has released another trailer for DC’s Wonder Woman. This is the the third trailer for their highly anticipated superhero film starring Gal Gadot as the Amazonian Princess....

Midnight Madness (1980) – A Review

 “Since the dawn of time man has sought amusement and intellectual stimulation in the form of games.  For centuries man has improved and perfected countless varieties of games. But there...

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Dangerous Crossing (1953) – A Review

Newlywed Ruth Stanton Bowman (Jeanne Crain) has boarded a transcontinental ocean liner with her new husband John Bowman (Carl Betz). The ship leaves port, John leaves his new bride momentarily...

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The 2017 Oscars & The In Memoriam Segment

Usually I do an uneducated, crap shoot of predictions for the Oscars every year. However, this year I’m skipping with that tradition trying to guess the winners. The main reason...

Burt Reynolds Hooper 1978 stunt man movie

Hooper (1978) – A Review

Sonny Hooper (Burt Reynolds) is the top stuntman in the business. But age and years of injuries on his body are catching up to him. He’s keeping himself together with painkillers...