For this latest holiday poll, we’re focusing on the 1988 holiday film Scrooged. Director Richard Donner‘s hilarious dark comedy is a contemporary retelling of A Christmas Carol starring Bill Murray as Frank Cross, a cruel television executive whose wicked ways…Read more →
Great Movie Scenes: Bill Murray Discovers the True Meaning of Christmas in “Scrooged”
A very 1980s retelling of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Scrooged stars Bill Murray as Frank Cross, a successful TV exec who receives laugh-packed lessons in having holiday spirit from some antagonistic apparitions! The film ends with Cross having learned…Read more →
What’s Your Favorite Richard Donner Film?
As we mentioned earlier, the great Richard Donner has left us at the age of 91. From Superman to The Goonies to Lethal Weapon and beyond, Donner left an indelible mark on moviemaking. For this poll, we want you to…Read more →
Share Your Richard Donner Movie Memories Here
Looking at the filmography of Richard Donner — the famed television and movie director who died yesterday at the age of 91 — is like glimpsing at the popular culture of the past 50 years. After cutting his teeth on…Read more →
“Scrooged” and Other Adaptations of “A Christmas Carol”
Ebenezer Scrooge. Unless you’ve been living under a rock your whole life, you know the name. And you know what he represents. Goodness, kindness, philanthropy, human companionship, great employer, and fantastic all-round human being. What’s that? I’m wrong? Did you…Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Michael J. Pollard Performance?
Michael J. Pollard — the veteran character best known for his Best Supporting Actor Academy Award nomination for 1967’s Bonnie and Clyde — died in Los Angeles of cardiac arrest on November 20th. He was 80 years old. The baby-faced…Read more →
Bill Murray’s “Scrooged” Puts A Little Love In Your Heart
For this very merry installment of Music Movie Video, we will be taking a look at Annie Lennox and Al Green’s cover of Jackie DeShannon’s 1968 hit “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” that was recorded for the soundtrack…Read more →