Tagged: film

Goldie Hawn Wildcats football comedy 1986

Wildcats (1986) – A Review

Goldie Hawn has been raised on football. She knows all there is to know about the game and her dream has always been to coach. There’s a slight catch though...

Bad Girls (1994) – A Review

Four prostitutes (Madeleine Stowe, Mary Stuart Masterson, Andie McDowell and Drew Barrymore) have to stay ahead of the law after their leader Cody (Stowe) guns down a man in cold...

711 Ocean Drive 1950 film noir Edmond OBrien

711 Ocean Drive (1950) – A Review

Edmond O’Brien leaves a nice steady job at the phone company to work for a crime boss. It’s not exactly all on the up and up, but there’s more money in it...

The Founder 2016 Michael Keaton as Ray Kroc

The Founder (2016) – A Review

Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) is a struggling salesman trying to make ends meet. He’s been dreaming of one big score that will turn his life around, but so far has...

Sons of the Desert 1933 comedy Stan Laurel Oliver Hardy

Sons of the Desert (1933) – A Review

Stan and Ollie are members of the super cool lodge Sons of the Desert. It’s a real cool club where everyone gets to wear fezzes, sashes draped over their shoulders...

John Candy Emma Samms Mariel Hemingway Delirious 1991 comedy

Delirious (1991) – A Review

John Candy is Jack Gable, a New York writer for a successful soap opera. He has his hands full dealing with the shows producers who aren’t too happy with Jack’s...

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,...

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,...

Dangerous Crossing 1953 mystery ship noir

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...

Robert Downey Jr. as Charlie Chaplin

Chaplin (1992) – A Review

It’s an expansive docudrama that explores the extraordinary life of film legend and icon Charlie Chaplin played by Robert Downey Jr. . The film covers seventy years of Chaplin’s life,...