Rich Monetti

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No Matter the Facts of Real Life Escape From Alcatraz - Clint Eastwood Does Just That In 1979 Film
a year ago
Long before Tim Robbins (as Andy Dufresne) endured the injustice and indignity of Shawshank Prison and turned the tides on his duplicitous, righteous jailers, Clint Eastwood engineered his own real li...
Anatomy of a Murder Exhibits Stark Change in America’s Sociological Perspective
a year ago
Anatomy of a Murder says a lot about how much things have changed in America since it was made in 1959 and makes for a very interesting study in the vast difference in sociological perspective. At the...
What Just Happened Amuses Without the Typical Hollywood Movie Excess
a year ago
The front cover of the DVD case for What Just Happened declares, “laugh out loud funny.” Sorry, the 2009 Barry Levinson film starring Robert De Niro as a big wheel Hollywood movie producer does not li...
Long Island Lawyer Recreates Williamsburg Neighborhood in the Brooklyn Banker
a year ago
Five years ago, Michael Ricigliano had an idea for a mob movie script, and decided he never wanted to lament what might have been. Taking care of his part from his basement as a Long Island lawyer, th...
Marissa Mutascio Takes A Turn For Acting And Thrives
a year ago
Got a wife and kids in Baltimore Jack/I went out for a ride and I never went back/Like a river that don't know where it's flowing/I took a wrong turn and I just kept going - Bruce Springsteen Marissa ...
Hedy Lamarr Forgotten as Female Inventor Who Brought Us WiFi Connection
a year ago
If you can remember 1989 and When Harry Met Sally, Meg Ryan’s onscreen orgasm awakened such a force in America that our loins had us limping for a week. You remember, that would be from the pain endur...