Telephone clichés movies always use. Films have had to keep phones out of the hands of characters for the sake of creating tension and horror. Ranging from exact change, being out of order, no signals or dead batteries. Movie characters can’t catch a break when they want to make a call.
A review of the 1974 action film Mr. Majestyk, starring Charles Bronson, Linda Cristal and Al Lettieri, directed by Richard Fleischer, written by Elmore Leonard
A review of the 2005 film Three, aka Survivla Island, starring Kelly Brook, Billy Zane and Juan Pablo Di Pace as three castawys stranded on a remote island
A review of the 1994 thriller The River WIld, starring Meryl Streep, Kevin Bacon, David Strathairn and John C. Reilly, directed by Curtis Hanson
Ok, so James Bond fans are feeling a bit down from the annoucment that No Time To Die has been postponed until November 2020. So, here are 13 postivie things about this recent delay that will help bring a smile back to our faces!
No Time To Die, the 25th James Bond film has been delayed yet again. The release date of April 2020 has been pushed to November 2020 due to the global impact of the coronavirus
A review of the 1983 action film Lone Wolf McQuade, starring Chuck Norris, David Carradine and Barbara Carrera and Robert Beltran
A review of the 1976 drama The Front, starring Woody Allen, Zero Mostel and Michael Murphy, about a man who submits his friends tv scripts under his name because he’s on the Hollywood blacklist
A review of the 1951 drama Ace In The Hole (aka The Big Carnival), starring Kirk Douglas, Jan Sterling, Porter Hall and Ray Teal, directed by Billy Wilder
A review of the 1980 romantic fantasy Somewhere In Time, starring Christopher Reeve, Jane Seymour and Christopher Plummer, about a playwright who travels back to 1912 to meet an actress
A review of the 1955 monster movie It Came From Beneath The Sea, starring Kenneth Tobey and Faith Domergue, with stop-motion effects by Ray Harryhausen
A review of director Steven Spielberg’s 1979 WWII comedy 1941, starring John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, Christopher Lee, Toshiro Mifune, Robert Stack and a huge cast of stars
A review of the 1990 western Quigley Down Under, starring Tom Selleck, Alan Rickman and Laura San Giacomo, about an American cowboy who travels to the outback of Australia
A review of the 1984 comedy Best Defense starring Dudley Moore and Eddie Murphy, a terrible movie where Murphy was hired afterwards and his scenes incorporated into the finished film in an attempt to save it – it didn’t work
A review of the 1994 crime drama China Moon, starring Ed Harris, Madeleine Stowe, Benecio Del Toro and Charles Dance, a forgettable film that was shelved for several years before getting released
A review of the 1971 crime film The Anderson Tapes, starring Sean Connery, Dyan Cannon, Alan King, Martin Balsam and Christopher Walken, directed by Sidney Lumet
A review of the 1981 low-budget Cannon Films action film Enter The Ninja starring Franco Nero, Susan George, Christopher George and Sho Kosugi
A review of the 1968 Blake Edwards comedy The Party, starring Peter Sellers as a clumsy Indian actor who mistakenly gets invited to a Hollywood party and the catasrophic results he brings
You have gifts to give out, so which is the best way to hand them out – with them being wrapped in wrapping paper or in a gift bag?
A review of the 1974 Irwin Allen classic disaster film The Towering Inferno starring Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, Faye Dunaway, William Holden and a host of stars trying to survive a building fire
The first trailer for the 25th James Bond movie No Time To Die has been relased. I got to discuss it with friend, fellow Bond fan and Youtuber DutchBondFan about what we saw, our thoughts and to speculate about what awaits us with this film
In between lip syncing singers, Broadway performances and commercials which television network shows more of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade – NBC or CBS?
A review of the 1994 comedy It Runs In The Family, aka My Summer Story the sequel to A Christmas Story, starring Charles Grodin, Mary Steenburgen and Kieran Culkin
A review of the 1989 cop buddy action film Tango & Cash, starring Sylvester Stallone, Kurt Russell, Teri Hatcher, Brion James and Jack Palance