One of the spring’s most publicized movie releases is Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic Noah. See how, 85 years earlier, another cinematic look at the Old Testament story turned into a costly disaster…if not at the box office, then in lives lost during the production.Read more →
Monthly Archives: March 2014
Which Movies Will Flop in 2014?
You can have big budgets, you can have big stars…but that’s still no guarantee of a big hit. Let’s give Irv a crystal ball and see if he can predict what movies are going to be the biggest bombs of 2014!Read more →
While they’ll always be remembered as the Ricardos on TV’s I Love Lucy, stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz also had big-screen success before, during and after their marriage. MovieFanFare looks at the duo’s work, focusing on their ’50s films The Long, Long Trailer and Forever Darling.Read more →
What’s Your Favorite Dean Martin/Jerry Lewis Movie?
Last time out we wanted to know your favorite Jerry Lewis movie, and several of you wrote about Jerry’s work with Dean Martin. Well, you spoke and we listened, so here’s a poll asking for your top Martin and Lewis comedy.Read more →
Tuning in on Inside Llewyn Davis and Other Folk Tales
With the DVD and Blu-ray release of Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen Brothers’ love letter to the folk music scene of early ’60s Greenwich Village, we fiddled around and came up with more favorite folk-centric flicks.Read more →
This Week in Film History, 03.23.14
It’s been exactly 35 years since life came perilously close to imitating art, as the reactor accident at Three Mile Island occurred 12 days after the opening of The China Syndrome. We went fission for more film factoids to forward.Read more →
Family Business: Actors with a Classic Film Star Parent
It’s not always easy following in your parents’ footsteps, especially if they’re some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Rick29 looks at the screen careers of James Mitchum, Patrick Wayne, Mary Crosby and other sons and daughters of Tinseltown royalty.Read more →
What Movie Will Never Be Remade?
Is there any movie remaining that filmmakers would dare not remake?Read more →
Create-a-Caption: Pineapple Express
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!Read more →
What’s Your Favorite Jerry Lewis “Solo” Movie?
Comedy icon, fundraising hero and “total filmmaker” Jerry Lewis turned 88 this past weekend. To mark his birthday, this week’s poll asks which of Jerry’s post-Martin & Lewis movies is your favorite.Read more →