Monthly Archives: July 2019

Guest Review: The Reluctant Astronaut

“Boldly going where no coward has gone before!” Buck Fleming’s boy is an astronaut. He’s the pride of his father, mother, sweetheart, and the entire town of Sweetwater, Missouri. “A credit to his town, to the nation, and now the…

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Grab These Golden Age Favorites from the 1930s-’50s!

When people talk about the Golden Age of Hollywood, they are most often referring to the 1930s, ’40s, and ’50s. These decades gave audiences films that changed the world, and stars — including Humphrey Bogart, Marilyn Monroe, and James Dean…

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Poll: Which Of These Top-Grossing Films Is Your Favorite?

Well, it’s official, Avengers: Endgame is now the highest grossing film in history. Over the weekend the latest installment in Marvel’s superhero team franchise overtook James Cameron‘s Avatar (which earned $2.7897 billion in global box office receipts) to become the…

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Five Fantastic Films About the Race to Space

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As we wind down today’s celebrations of the fiftieth anniversary of mankind’s arrival on the moon, we wanted to share with you five other notable films about America’s race to space in the 1960s. Each of these efforts focuse on…

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“Apollo 11” Transports You Back in Time to July of 1969

Completely devoid of the interviews and narration that are the hallmarks of most documentaries, director Todd Douglas Miller‘s innovative 2018 effort Apollo 11 tells the story of the history-making mission solely throughnever-before-made-public 65mm and 70mm National Archives footage. What follows…

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