Director Malcolm Lee (forever to be known as Spike’s cousin) and writer Norman Vance take us back to the late 1970s roller-disco craze for Roll Bounce the latest in the string of films from producers Robert Teitel and George Tillman … Read more
She is pretty and she is so persuasive she puts the M in manipulate. Oh yeah and the S in slut.
It seems that everyone who is reviewing the new movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory feels compelled to compare it to the 1971 film Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. There’s no need. They are different films and no comparisons … Read more
Lords of Dogtown begins by saying it is “Inspired by a true story”, and it definitely is. The film is loosely based on the true story of the legendary Z-Boys who changed the face of skateboarding forever in the mid … Read more
There are certain actors who are the Field of Dreams of movie making. If you cast them, the audience will come. Both Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie fit into this category. So when both were cast in Mr. and Mrs. … Read more
The trend of Hollywood to continue to remake successful films is truly disturbing, particularly in light of the inability of these remakes to come close to the quality of the originals. The Longest Yard is the latest in this series of remakes … Read more
At risk of having my sci-fi fanclub card revoked, I feel obligated to tell the truth: As a stand-alone movie, Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith disappoints, offering up a sprawling spectacle of sparkle to mask a story populated by … Read more
Reading Writing and Rumba… Mad Hot Ballroom shimmies its way into our affections.
Since I am fortunate enough to live in Los Angeles I had hoped to see Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith at the historic Chinese theatre. Sadly, this was not to be, as the powers that be … Read more