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The Best Film Directors and Their Movies

Time for our second film reel to be loaded on the projector, as we continue our probe into the Best Film Directors and Their Movies. You will see that this second edition is just as exciting as the first. In…
Underrated Comic Book Movies

Dick Tracy First on our list is the 1990 Warren Beatty pulp detective flick Dick Tracy. This rendition of the 1930s comic strip of the same name was matched so closely in design and visual presentation it was as if…
Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies – Part 2

5. 2001: A Space Odyssey This is the oldest film on the list, released in 1968 this Stanley Kubrick classic still stands out today for its stunning visuals and amazingly it was released before man had even set foot on…
Top 10 Sci-Fi Movies – Part 1

10. The Matrix Released in 1999, The Matrix is set in a dystopian future in which sentient machines have become the dominant species and subdued the human population through the use of an artificial simulated reality called “The Matrix”. A…
Best Actresses at the 2018 Emmy’s

Regina King This is Kings fourth Emmy nomination and third win, all her previous nominations were for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her work on the ABC anthology series, American Crime. The latest win however…
Best Actors at the 2018 Emmy’s

Darren Criss Darren Criss is perhaps best known for his role in the musical comedy-drama sensation that was Glee. This show garnered popularity not only on the screen but in the music charts as well, in fact Criss’s debut number,…
Disney Films you’ve probably never seen

The Three Caballeros The First film on the list is The Three Caballeros, released in 1944 this was the first feature length film in history to incorporate animation with live action actors. It even stars one of Disney’s most famous…
The Top 5 Domestic Box Office Grosses Adjusted for Inflation

Titanic ($1,256,546,800) This 1997 film directed by James Cameron is an epic romance and disaster film based on the true story of the “unsinkable ship” famous for making its first and last voyage in 1912 only to come face to…
The Big Three – Part 2

Though Cannes Film Festival debuted in 1946 its origins lie much earlier. The original notion came forth in 1932; historian Philippe Erlanger proposed the idea to Jean Zay who was the French Minister of National Education at the time, he…