Rich Monetti

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The Transporter: Refueled Is More Noxious than Energized
5 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
6 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 ...
Nocturnal Animals with Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal Will Definitely Keep You Awake
8 months ago
Nocturnal Animals, written and directed by Tom Ford, begins with a rather large, fat naked woman dancing the stripper pole as part of an upscale LA art exhibit. Unsettlingly paradoxical, the metaphor ...
For New York City Actor Yaron Urbas, Late is Never Bad and Ignorance is a Strength
8 months ago
As good as a set up alongside the punchlines on The Jim Gaffigan Show is, Yaron Urbas has run in tangent with quite a number of roles in indie feature films and television. These include parts with Pa...
Olivia De Havilland and the Breaking of the Studio System of Indentured Servitude
8 months ago
Clarke Gable made a Golden Age of Hollywood career as a tough guy in a t-shirt. His carefully cultivated masculine aggressiveness on display to slap around everyone from Vivian Leigh to Joan Crawford,...
Mick Foley is Now a WWE Smackdown on the Comedy Circuit
8 months ago
Long before WWE Smackdown became a thing, Mick Foley got his first full-time wrestling job in 1988. Comfortable in the tights as “Cactus Jack,” he soared the heights as WWE’s “Mankind.” Earning three ...