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Matthew Broderick's Version is the Most Entertaining of All the Godzilla Movies
9 months ago
The 1998 version of Godzilla with Matthew Broderick has excoriated by many since its release. Rita Kempley of The Washington Post sums the sentiment. The film “neither draws upon our fears nor revels ...
The Ladykillers is One of the Great Overlooked Movies of the 2000s
9 months ago
The Ladykillers, by the Coen Brothers, definitely qualifies among overlooked movies of recent years. So if you can, give Tom Hanks a gander as he heads a quartet of unlikely compatriots who join to ro...
'Person of Interest' Role Cements Michael Emerson as One of TV’s Hottest Actors
9 months ago
Athletics not really an option for tv actor Michael Emerson as a kid growing up in Iowa, the after school activity left to him was the Midwestern tradition of speech and debate. He’d enter state and l...
Near Miss in 'Sully' Takes You for a Fake News Ride on the Hudson
9 months ago
If you don’t have a problem with Hollywood turning nothing into something then Sully is a pretty entertaining movie that adds even more to the our hero’s legend. But I couldn’t help feeling jaded as t...
'The East' Finds Balance Between Environmental Terrorism and Legally Holding Corporations Accountable
9 months ago
The East pits environmental terrorism against the corporations that fully deserve the wrath their actions engender. Caught in the middle, Jane (Brit Marling) is a freelance intelligence officer for th...
The Golden Age of Movies Teaches Us that Cary Grant Can’t Be Taught In 'The Philadelphia Story'
9 months ago
For you beginners out there – pay attention – Cary Grant has opened his playbook in another golden age movie. The Philadelphia Story provides more lessons for all of us trying to temper our heart’s pa...