Largely remembered only as a pop culture footnote due to it being Mark Hamill‘s first post-Star Wars film, Corvette Summer is a breezy comedy-drama that is perfect viewing in the sun-drenched months ahead. The film concerns the quest by Hamill’s…Read more →
Monthly Archives: August 2022
The Films of 1992 Are Discussed on the Latest Episode of “The Movies That Made Me”
What’s your favorite year for films? If you’re Josh Olson of The Movies That Made Me podcast, that answer is 1992. As impossible as it may seem, 1992 was 30 years ago, which has Olson in a reflective mood as…Read more →
Who’s Your Favorite Character from “Beverly Hills Cop”?
1984’s megahit Beverly Hills Cop mixed action and laughs to deliver one of the most successful comedies of all time. Eddie Murphy stars as maverick Detroit detective Axel Foley whose search for his friend’s killer leads him to Southern California…Read more →
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Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer Shine In “When Tomorrow Comes”
Now available on Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics is the 1939 melodrama When Tomorrow Comes. Stopping at a diner, noted concert pianist Philip Chagal (Charles Boyer) felt an immediate and mutual attraction to working-class server Helen Lawrence (Irene Dunne). As…Read more →
Writer and Showrunner Eric Kripke Visits “The Movies That Made Me”
The best place for insightful chat about motion pictures is The Movies That Made Me, Josh Olson and Joe Dante‘s podcast about cinema that showcases a dazzling array of special guests whom talk about their film influences. On the latest…Read more →
What Are Your Go-To Summer Movies?
Previously on MovieFanFare, I’ve discussed how “it just ain’t summer without Burt” from Hooper is the best movie tagline of all time. But I realize that it also speaks to a larger issue: There are some films that people almost…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: Total Recall
It’s been a minute since we’ve done a new Create-A-Caption for you, so we thought we’d bring the feature back as part of our ongoing Summer of Blockbusters series (which is winding down as the season is nearly over!). This…Read more →
What Are Some Of Your Favorite Summer-Set Films?
I don’t know what the weather is like where you are, but here on the East Coast we are currently in the midst of some gross humid and hot yuckiness. As someone who isn’t the biggest fan of heat and/or…Read more →
Check Out the Latest New Releases!
For whatever reason, vintage titles dominate this week’s new releases — which is excellent news for fans of classic cinema! But if your tastes veer towards the contemporary, don’t worry, we’ve got you too! We encourage you to take a…Read more →