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JB & The Chop Do: Star Trek - First Contact (1996)

Alrighty then folks, another Friday, another review, we are moving along with these things! Let me just say that this has been an absolute blast… 1,076 more words


Potential 'Rupert' Actors Shunning Plum Role Fearing Murdoch, Play Producer Says

A West End stage production of David Williamson’s revue-style play Rupert is evidently having a hard time finding someone to fill the role of the eponymous Rupert Murdoch. 397 more words


World Premiere of "K-19: The Widowmaker"

World Premiere of “K-19 The Widowmaker”

Mann Village and Bruin Theaters
Story and Photos are © Lee Roth / Roth Stock Digital Media… 171 more words


GREAT FILM MOMENTS: Vincennes visits Capt. Smith in L.A. Confidential (1997)

This contains full *SPOILERS* for the film L.A. Confidential

Curtis Hanson’s 1997 crime classic L.A. Confidential was one of the best films of 90s. Featuring excellent performances from a great cast including then unknowns Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce as well as Kevin Spacey, James Cromwell, Kim Basinger and Danny DeVito, the film centred on a labyrinth plot in the policing and criminal underworld of 1950s Los Angeles where everything isn’t as it seems and no one is safe. 390 more words


L.A. Confidential (1997) - Grog's Classic Movie Review

Director: Curtis Hanson
Writers: Brian Helgeland & Curtis Hanson
Stars: Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, Kim Basinger, James Cromwell, Danny DeVito, David Strathairn, Ron Rifkin… 760 more words

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L.A. Confidential (1997)

It’s no secret that many people love this movie. I know why. It is a very gritty film and is very well cast. I could list off a multitude of actors that impressed me, but just look at the all-star cast list and just know that they all did very well. 130 more words


Review: The Artist

I don’t normally go hunting for Academy Award Winners… but even I must admit that The Artist is a pretty exceptional piece of craftsmanship.

One could argue that this is backwards thinking; why rejuvenate cinema nearly 100 years old? 300 more words