Rick Moranis

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…

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Who Ya Gonna Call?: “Ghostbusters” and “Ghostbusters II”

In 1984 Hollywood needed a new blockbuster to fill the void left by the ending of the Star Wars trilogy from the previous summer. Hollywood has never suffered for a lack of mega-hits, at least not since the mid-70’s. Give…

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Create-A-Caption: Parenthood

This latest Create-A-Caption is dedicated to the sleeper summer hit of 1989, Parenthood. Director Ron Howard‘s sweet, smart and sentimental ensemble comedy celebrates the eternal parent-child relationship through the ups and downs of the Buckman family: hard-working father-of-three Gil (Steve…

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Which Film from the Summer of 1989 Is Your Favorite?

For the past couple of weeks, MovieFanFare has been celebrating the 30th anniversary of the summer movies of 1989. This was a film season that gave us contemporary classics like Do the Right Thing, Batman, Dead Poets Society, Lethal Weapon…

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Poll: Who’s Your Favorite “SCTV” Cast Member?

With none other than Martin Scorsese putting the finishing touches on an SCTV retrospective that features appearances from surviving cast members like Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Martin Short, Joe Flaherty, Andrea Martin, Dave Thomas, and Rick Moranis, we thought we’d…

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