In today’s guest post, Rick29 presents his choices for the five best sleuths and gumshoes ever to hit the small screen. Will you agree with his choices? Read on and find out for yourself!Read more →
It was exactly 50 years ago that Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello took to the waves in the first of their popular sand-and-surf teen comedies for American International, Beach Party. We’re on board with even more movie memories to peruse.Read more →
Everyone knows what makes a move a western: a gun-slinging prairie hero on horseback saving the day and getting the girl, right? Well, yea and know, according to Bill Dunphy, who talks about his frontier faves and what defines a western film.Read more →
No more film prints after 2013, that’s the (scheduled) deal. Is that the death of movie theaters? No. Unless…Read more →
One actor. Two film roles. You tell us which portrayal was the best. The most memorable. Or iconic. Or simply your favorite. But before you pass judgment, a few words defending the “character” of each… The case for Rob Gordon…Read more →
Fasten your seat belts and get ready to take off on a classic cinematic adventure, as Rick29 constructs a review of the 1965 actioner The Flight of the Phoenix, starring James Stewart and Richard Attenborough.Read more →
Ann Sheridan showed audiences time and time again that she was much more than just a pretty face. The gorgeous actress excelled in comedy in The Man Who Came to Dinner, as well as in dramatic roles, proven by her starring vehicles The Unfaithful and Nora Prentiss.Read more →
Since winning a Best Director Academy Award first time out for 1980’s Ordinary People, Robert Redford has become as popular behind the camera as before it. Which of Redford’s directorial works is your favorite?Read more →
Melanie Simone returns to MovieFanFare with her look at the timeless Disney classic, Fantasia. Swept up in the film’s stunning visuals and ground-breaking use of classical music, Simone
reflects upon its enduring legacy.
It was exactly 45 years ago that Barbra Streisand made one of history’s splashiest screen debuts, reprising her Broadway triumph–and ultimately landing the Oscar–with her portrayal of Fanny Brice in Funny Girl. We’ve got more
factoids for you lucky people.