In the early 1960s, director Robert Aldrich came across an outline for a novel by E. M. Nathanson. He tried to buy the rights and failed. MGM successfully bought the rights in 1963. The novel, The Dirty Dozen, was an … Read more
“If I’d observed all the rules, I’d have never gotten anywhere” – Marilyn Monroe Any expectation that Rules Don’t Apply will be a historically accurate telling of the tale of Howard Hughes, you are warned as the film begins that … Read more
Woody Allens tour of Europe to make movies continues this time in Italy with plenty of interwoven stories to keep the audience wondering what will happen next.
Although its social commentary on corporate corruption could probably have been more fierce this film remains funny and entertaining. The DVD includes some good extras as well.
Fun with Dick and Jane screenwriter Judd Apatow, fresh off of his big screen debut with The 40 Year Old Virgin runs into the sophomore jinx in this outing, and the efforts of noted director Dean Parisot (Home Fries, Galaxy … Read more