First Robin Williams. Now Lauren Bacall. How many more legends can we lose in one week? We decided to pay tribute to the latter by using her classic line from "Casablanca" as the subject matter for this week's "Write A Song Wednesday":
When 20th Century Fox was founded in 1935 (the combination of Fox Films Corporation and Twentieth Century Pictures) it's possible that the founders of the company may have joked that their name could become obsolete in sixty five years, but it seems unlikely they were thinking that far ahead. Now -- seventy-eight years later -- the company's name has been changed to reflect the times and updated to 21st Century Fox for everything but the movie side of their business.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports that movie critic Roger Ebert has died at age 70. Ebert reviewed movies for the Chicago Sun-Times for 46 years and on television for 31 years. He lost his lower jaw in a fight with cancer but recovered and returned to reviewing movies. He just days ago announced that he would be taking a leave to fight the cancer that had returned.
This week we have four new releases, covering four different genres and targeting four different audiences: fairy-tale action epic, a coming-of-age (21) comedy, supernatural horror, and a submarine thriller.
Remember that movie from 1982? E.T. was fantastic. There's one to rent again. It makes you wonder how people are chosen for these iconic roles. I stumbled upon little Henry Thomas' audition tape. You have to check this out!
It's Thanksgiving week, and we're thankful for all the new movies hitting theaters in the next few days. There's plenty of family adventure, action and drama coming to the big screen, with new releases hitting on Wednesday and Friday.
You have to be able to change with the times. That's what everybody tells you. But expensive technology leaves you no change in your pocketbook, and you are forced to adapt, then you start getting a little bitter about it. I saw this in the Albany Times Union and it got me thinking.
Progress on a ‘Justice League‘ movie over at Warner Bros. has been bumpy for years now, but it looks like the studio is ready to make forward progress again as they’ve approached actor and director Ben Affleck to helm the film.
We've taken a stance on the show where we don't want to talk about this horrific incident in Colorado. And that's all well and good, but I still would love to know where your heads are at right now. So here's a simple poll question.
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