As you probably gathered from this Create-A-Caption, we are massive fans of the 1987 John Hughes comedy (dramedy?) Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Desperate to return to his Chicago home in time to spend Thanksgiving with his family, uptight businessman Neal…Read more →
All of Me: Two Is One Too Many
There are certain things that just don’t mesh. One of those is that men and women have differences in the ways they approach life, which explains why some marriages are rocky. And that’s just when men and women co-exist in…Read more →
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…Read more →
Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Slogging Through the Snow
Christmas movies are a tradition on TV during the holidays. The biggest question is which ones to watch. You have your Miracle on 34th Street, (both the classic and the remake). You have It’s a Wonderful Life — which I…Read more →
“Avengers: Endgame” Leads Off a Stunning Week of New Releases!
It’s no exaggeration to say that this is the biggest week of Blu-ray and DVD releases ever. After all, how can it be when the new titles that are now available are led off by the biggest movie moneymaker of…Read more →
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…Read more →
Before “The Hustle” There Was “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels was a remake of a movie called Bedtime Story. That movie starred David Niven and Marlon Brando in virtually the same roles, although its ending was more fitting for the era, and the ending of this one…Read more →
Which of These Frequent “Saturday Night Live” Hosts Would Have Made the Best Cast Member?”
In an industry marked by uncertainty, there is one truth when it comes to television: If you do a good job hosting Saturday Night Live, you’ll probably be invited back. Just ask Steve Martin (whose appearances in the early years…Read more →
Poll: Which of These 1989 Blockbusters Is Your Favorite?
From Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade to Batman, there are so many great blockbusters from 1989 that are celebrating their 30th anniversary this year. For this week’s poll, we want you to name your favorite — and be sure…Read more →
Check Out These Recent Releases That You May Have Missed!
The week between Christmas and New Year’s is always a balance of wanting to relax and racing to fulfill social obligations with family and friends. This year, we encourage you to find some time for yourself to relax and sit…Read more →