“From their hats to their hose, From the tips of their toes up to their curls. I simply adore, And ev’ry day more, Les Girls!” George Cukor directed the lively musical comedy Les Girls (which, as the film’s movie poster…Read more →
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Classic Movie Moments: The Muppet Movie’s Rainbow Connection
I still don’t know why there are so many songs about rainbows, but I can say with full confidence that the opening sequence from The Muppet Movie is still one of the most magical things ever committed to celluloid. Written…Read more →
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” Sends This Week’s New Releases Into Hyperdrive
The Force is with movie lovers this week, as the latest entry in the Star Wars saga is finally available on DVD and Blu-ray! That is obviously the biggest release right now (if not this year to date), and accompanying…Read more →
What Do You Want To See More of on MovieFanFare?
Greetings movie fans! From golden age greats to contemporary favorites, MovieFanFare strives to be your online hub for all things film related. But we are always looking to do better. Therefore we want to hear from you! What do you…Read more →
Clueless In London: Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley in “Without a Clue”
Prepare yourself for a shock. Sherlock Holmes, that fantastic solver of mysteries that baffled Scotland Yard, never existed. It’s true! He was the creation of a doctor who wrote the stories during a time when he was awaiting a position…Read more →
“The Ghost and Mrs. Muir” Remains a Haunting Good Time
The spirited romantic comedy The Ghost and Mrs. Muir stars Gene Tierney as widow Lucy Muir, who moves into a haunted seashore house and, despite the warnings of her neighbors, shuns the attempts by sea captain spectre Daniel Gregg (Rex…Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Movie Based on a Video Game?
With Steven Spielberg‘s visually stunning adaptation of Ernest Cline’s best-seller Ready Player One hitting theaters and a Tomb Raider reboot now playing, we wanted to get your thoughts on what your favorite movie based on a video game is. Sound…Read more →
“The Making of Casablanca” Explores the Magic Behind the Movie
Here’s reading about you, kid! One of the many books we offer, Aljean Harmetz’s The Making of Casablanca: Bogart, Bergman and World War II is an essential look behind the scenes of the creation of what is arguably the greatest…Read more →
How Many of These Recent DVDs and Blu-rays Have You Seen?
Whoosh! The minutes, hours, and days fly by so quickly in our fast-paced society that free time is as at premium. If you are a regular MovieFanFare reader, it’s probably a safe assumption that you enjoy watching films during your…Read more →
“Wonder” Is An Uplifting Family Film Like No Other
Based on the beloved young adult novel by R.J. Palacio, Wonder chronicles the story of 10-year-old Auggie Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), a boy who has been home-schooled because of a genetic disorder that required multiple facial surgeries. When his parents…Read more →