“Sid And Judy” officially aired in 2019 (same year Avengers: Endgame came out) on Showtime around the same time Renee Zellweger’s “Judy” came out. I received positive reactions from critics and viewers alike. As you may know, Awards Season is ongoing from November to The Oscars airing next year on March. I wanna share my […]Read More Sid And Judy
Hello fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s “Classics Review” is a timeless Christmas film about the lives of family members leading up to “The 1904 World’s Fair.” The premise I’m referring to is from “Meet Me In St. Louis.” First time I’ve heard of Meet Me In St. Louis, I was studying theater […]Read More Classics Review: Meet Me In St. Louis
Citizen Kane was released in 1941. It earned positive reviews from critics and movie goers alike. Despite critical acclaim over the years, the film actually flopped at the box office. Regardless of failing to make a profit, Citizen Kane became an eligible nominee at The Academy Awards winning “Best Original Screenplay” (Orson Welles) Unfortunately, Orson […]Read More Classics Review: Citizen Kane
Salutations fellow movie goers from around the globe. Today’s review is about a playwright who’s tasked to write a screenplay, but he’s having creative problems due to distractions in a unsanitary hotel. He meets a neighbor with a mysterious background who tries to help him bounce back his creativity. As the two become friends, tensions […]Read More Barton Fink
In “The Golden Age Of Hollywood,” wealthy business tycoon, Howard Hughes made a livin’ producing motion pictures, designing aircraft, testing out potential fast planes & earning millions of dollars investing businesses in real estate. At the time, Howard Hughes was the wealthiest man in America pioneering aircraft, motion pictures and invested in businesses. He was […]Read More The Aviator
In The 1950’s, a filmmaker named, Ed Wood was known for his notorious critical flops including “Glen Or Glenda,” “Bride Of The Monster” & last but not least, “Plan 9 From Outer Space.” Despite negative reception, Ed Wood’s filmography became cult classics by critics and movie goers known for its “show had its good” aesthetics […]Read More Ed Wood
In 1981, a mystery novel called, “Who Censored Roger Rabbit” opened in bookstores. The novel is set in a world when humans & cartoon characters co-exist in our reality. The story is about a private detective named, Eddie Valiant who gets dragged into a case involving cartoon character, Roger Rabbit who’s framed for a murder […]Read More Who Framed Roger Rabbit
It’s that time of the month fellow movie goers from across the world. Today’s review is a timeless classic starring Jimmy Stewart (The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, Rear Window, Vertigo) as a businessman who realizes what happens if the people he encountered, have never been effected by his actions. The plot I’m referring to […]Read More Classics Review: It’s A Wonderful Life
It’s that time for another Classics Review. Today’s review is another western starring American icon John Wayne as a businessman who gets dragged into problems including a visit from his feisty ex-wife and attempting to keep his small town stable from Indians & businessmen who want to take his land. The basic premise I’m referring […]Read More Classics Review: McLintock!
Salutations fellow movie goers from across the globe. Today’s article involves a classic western starring two iconic Oscar winning actors about a lawyer (played by Jimmy Stewart) who pays his respects to his late friend (played by John Wayne) as he recalls about their friendship after a vicious outlaw (played by Lee Marvin) brutally attacks […]Read More Classics Review: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
Howdy fellow movie goers from across the world. Today’s article is a western starring the very first action movie star known as John Wayne, (nicknamed “The Duke”) who continues to inspire America and notable actors such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Daniel Radcliffe, Kurt Russell, Chuck Norris, among many others to this day. […]Read More Classics Review: Hondo
Time for another Classics Review starring the late Natalie Wood (West Side Story, The Great Race) & Warren Beatty (in his film debut) as two high school sweethearts, until their romance spirals out of control. Elia Kazan (A Streetcar Named Desire, On The Waterfront, East Of Eden) directed one of my mom’s favorite films called […]Read More Classics Review: Splendor In The Grass
Today’s Classic Review is about two icons from The Golden Age Of Hollywood starring in a film called “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?” Released in 1962, (same year Tom Cruise was born & Lawrence Of Arabia came out) the film was a critical and commercial success. Earning five Academy Award nominations including Best Actress […]Read More Classics Review: What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
In the 1930’s, The Great Depression effected the economy. Prohibition of banning alcohol was lifted. The Dust Bowl severely damaged vegetation including many crops. The F.B.I. was founded by J. Edgar Hoover. Outlaws like John Dillinger, Bonnie & Clyde were glorified as folklore heroes. Hitler rises to power prior to WWII. Businesses were closed down […]Read More Classics Review: The Wizard Of Oz