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Beauty and the Beast  Beauty and the Beast
by James

It's no wonder that Disney is one of the pioneers of animation. They practically invented the art of animation. From their cartoons with easy to recognize characters, to...

American Gangster  American Gangster
by James

Drugs are a primary source of controversy. On the one hand, they can be used to help people with certain medical conditions. But on the other hand, they can be used by the...

Fantasia  Fantasia
by James

Walt Disney strived to create some of the best content when concerning animation. He stunned audience's ears with 1928's "Steamboat Willie" becoming the first ever cartoon...

King Kong  King Kong
by James

Whenever someone thinks of a giant movie monster, they usually go for characters like Godzilla, The Blob, or others of that nature. But we have to recognize the original...

Gnome Mobile  Gnome Mobile
by James

Who doesn't enjoy a good fantasy? Entering the realm of myths and legends is always a fascination of sorts, and it always intrigues the imagination. And Hollywood has plenty...

Who Killed the Electric Car?  Who Killed the Electric Car?
by James

Getting around is something that everybody needs to do. The most valuable and profitable source of transportation is automobiles. However, as the need for fuel supply is in...

Mary Poppins  Mary Poppins
by James

Sometimes, a bit of magic is just what we need. With 1964's "Mary Poppins", we are given a fantastical adventure through the life an extraordinary woman. Based off the books...

Schindler's List  Schindler's List
by James

All it takes is a name. Names are important, as well as history. One name that stands out in the realm of entertainment is Steven Spielberg. And, in 1993, Spielberg made...

Man's Favorite Sport  Man's Favorite Sport
by MarkSchitts

From where I was sitting this "one-note-joke" definitely had a lot more going against it than it did have going for it. Yes. I do fully realize that this "boy-meets-girl"...

Ant-Man and the Wasp  Ant-Man and the Wasp
by Mike Thomas

After his excursion overseas to battle rogue Avengers, the police determined Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) broke his parole and was confined to House Arrest. What follows is a...

Rose Tattoo  Rose Tattoo
by MarkSchitts

To date - I believe that I have now seen every single film ever adapted to the screen from a Tennessee Williams' screenplay. And - IMO - "A Streetcar Named Desire" is the...

The Thomas Crown Affair  The Thomas Crown Affair
by MarkSchitts

Just imagine for a minute that you are Thomas Crown. And being Thomas Crown you are not only super-rich - But, you are also super-bored, too. And in your state of...

Beauty and the Beast  Beauty and the Beast
by MarkSchitts

Yes. I certainly do recall seeing 1946's "Beauty and the Beast" on television as a child. And, I do remember that it did leave an impression on me. But, seeing it now, after...

Top Gun  Top Gun
by MarkSchitts

Yep. IMO - There's no doubt about it - Tom Cruise (birth-name - Thomas Mapother IV) is, without question, the absolute, most vacant, shallow, one-dimensional, and...

Pete's Dragon  Pete's Dragon
by MarkSchitts

When it comes to being considered "agreeable" entertainment for children - 1977's "Pete's Dragon" made its first big mistake (and definitely not its last) by having an almost...

Rififi  Rififi
by MarkSchitts

The word "rififi" is a French, military term meaning "combat zone". Following its frequent use during WW2 it soon became used as slang, referring to a "rumble or conflict...

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen  The Adventures of Baron Mun...
by MarkSchitts

Back in 1989 "The Adventures Of Baron Munchausen" was a $46 million production that totally bombed at the box office, making back only $8 million of its initial costs. Well...

Night and the City  Night and the City
by MarkSchitts

1950's "Night and the City" is certainly a bleak and equally grim tale about a very little man with some very big ideas. And, with actor, Richard Widmark playing this very...

The Clock  The Clock
by MarkSchitts

Can you believe a Hollywood Rom/Com starring Judy Garland and she doesn't sing a single note in it!?... Well - Believe it - 'Cause she doesn't. Personally, I think that if...

One of Our Aircraft is Missing  One of Our Aircraft is Missing
by MarkSchitts

If you are interested in seeing a fairly well-made WW2 picture that has no American involvement in it at all (either in its production, or its cast, or its story-line) - Then...

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