Rich Monetti

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Ray Milland Dials M for Murder Without Messing His Suit or Moving a Hair out of Place
8 months ago
There was a time when murder and infidelity was civilized and didn’t require a lot of blood splatter to get the point across. Alfred Hitchcock can definitely remind if you choose in Dial M for Murder....
Ed Harris Discusses His Career at the Jacob Burns Film Center
8 months ago
The Jacob Burns Film Center recently held its eighth annual Silver Screen Fundraiser and treated attendees to a 90 minute Q&A with actor Ed Harris. Presenting clips from a career that begin in 1978, N...
Ranking the Relative Evil of 'Pulp Fiction' Characters
9 months ago
Pulp Fiction isn’t necessarily strong on a central plot that ties the story together. It can almost be described as a movie about nothing — except with some serious degenerates. I prefer, a day in the...
Armageddon: The Best Worst Movie Ever Made
9 months ago
“Miss Stamper? Colonel Willie Sharp, United States Air Force, ma’am. Requesting permission to shake the hand of the daughter...of the bravest man l've ever met,” William Fichtner delivers the gasp wor...
The Transporter: Refueled Is More Noxious than Energized
9 months ago
If you’re looking to make hay with the latest version of The Transporter, then letting loose over an extra-large popcorn provides all the refueling needed to pay up for a summer time reboot. But Holly...
Untraceable is Too Much Gore, Not Enough Story
10 months ago
For those who have long surpassed the DVD, you may remember that the case usually provides a positive review to ensnare your attention. Untraceable with Diane Lane references Seven to draw comparison ...