With a new year comes plenty of fun flicks now making their way to Blu-ray and DVD. If this week’s batch of releases are any indication, 2019 is going to be a year packed with incredible films for fans of…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include “The Greatest Showman” and “Molly’s Game”
Typically, April isn’t the best month for new DVD and Blu-ray releases. That most definitely isn’t the case so far this year though. We are only in the second week of the month and so far it’s been one hit…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 →
I Would Not Like to Thank the Academy: Oscar Snubs Over the Years
The annual furor over the Academy Award nominations (this year’s omission of Selma’s David Oyelowo, for one) is a tradition as old as the Oscars themselves. In this classic article, writer Brian Sieck offers alternate picks for five of the Academy’s winners.Read more →
Create-A-Caption: There Will Be Blood
You know the drill. Below is a classic movie photo with Jason’s caption.You’re encouraged to leave your own suggestion in the comment section below! It wasn’t his cold eyes that terrified people. It was the mustache. Fear the ‘stache!Read more →
Who’s Your Favorite Movie/TV Abraham Lincoln?
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Vote for Best Movie President!
We get a pretty decent turnout on the MovieFanFare polls, so hopefully that’s a sign that our faithful readers intend to exercise their franchise on November 6. Feeling edgy about those new “voter ID” laws? Make sure you know if…Read more →
My Left Foot: Movie Review
Many years ago I came to the conclusion that Daniel Day-Lewis is the best actor of his generation. His ability to fully immerse himself in whatever role he is playing is legendary. When watching one of his films I don’t…Read more →