In the 1960s, a groundbreaking approach to filmmaking emerged that would forever alter the course of cinema. Dubbed the “New Hollywood” movement, this was a period of transition when upstart talents arose to challenge and change the parameters of the…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include “The Courier” and a Classic Season of “Doctor Who”
Although summer isn’t technically underway for a few weeks yet, it’s a safe bet that most of you are thinking about the warm days ahead. As is the entertainment industry, as they are counting on the fact that families will…Read more →
“Soul” and “News of the World” Are Among the Latest Blu-ray and DVD Releases
This week’s batch of new releases include everything from family-friendly hits to world cinema classics. We think you’ll agree that right now is an amazing time to be an entertainment lover, and these film and TV hits will become a…Read more →
Hard-to-Find Hits from the Warner Archives Are On Sale Now!
Spanning from the 1920s to today, the titles featured in our Hard-to-Find Hits from the Warner Archives Sale are full of entertainment and excitement. Here’s a random sampling of star-packed made-on-demand masterworks from the Warner Studio Archives that are included…Read more →
Mommie Dearest: No Wire Hangers, But Plenty of Entertainment
Feud may be over, but interest in Joan Crawford is greater than ever. This past week saw the release of the “Hollywood Royalty Edition” of Mommie Dearest. Based on the best-selling (and still scandalous) biography by Christina Crawford, this compelling…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: Bonnie and Clyde
Starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, 1967’s Bonnie and Clyde is director Arthur Penn‘s dramatic (if not totally accurate) depiction of the famed ’30s criminal pair. Given how Beatty and Dunaway are in the news this week thanks to a…Read more →
Forget it Jake, it’s Create-A-Caption! For this week’s entry, we’ve got an image taken from the 1974 classic Chinatown, starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. We’ve left our funny caption below, and we encourage you to do the same in…Read more →
Character Witness: Faye Dunaway: Diana Christensen vs. Joan Crawford
You’re the judge and jury in MovieFanFare’s Character Witness column. This time we compare Faye Dunaway as Diana Christensen in Network and Joan Crawford in Mommie Dearest. Read our arguments, then hand down your ruling in the comments.Read more →
Movie Poll: Who’s Your Pick For Worst Movie Mother?
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