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Before I Was Born!!!

August 18, 2014 at 12:10am
So I’ve been working on this timeline, wondering what was going on in this world way before I was born. Information was very scared as to what was going on in this world back then, so I pulled the best info I could find. 273 more words

Truth

Every Generation has their own unique love for movies

Films fans from every generation grew up loving movies from their time. I find it truly amazing when I discover a movie that a person from a generation same or different recommended to me, and I end up loving the movie just as he or she did. 354 more words

Movies

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Hanky Panky (1982)

Give me a close up of Gene Wilder on screen and I’m obligated to laugh. His frizzled hair and eyes with a crazy look never fail to strike my funny bone. 477 more words

Daily Take

#ClassicsTuesday - Pressure Point

In 1960 Sidney Poitier faced off on-screen with Tony Curtis in a picture called “The Defiant Ones”. A deserving classic, this film explored racial tension and bigotry by handcuffing two escaped criminals together and forcing them to work it out. 342 more words

Classics

Sneakers

Film Title

Sneakers

Director

Phil Alden Robinson

Starring

  • Robert Redford as Martin Bishop
  • Dan Aykroyd as Mother
  • Sidney Poitier as Donald Crease
  • David Strathairn as Whistler…
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Movie Reviews

24TH ANNUAL NAACP THEATRE AWARDS HONOR GLYNN TURMAN, TONI BRAXTON AND ROGER GUENVEUR

For 23 years, the NAACP Beverly Hills/Hollywood branch has produced a star-studded gala honoring thespians for their astonishing achievement in entertainment and theatre. This year, the branch will be joined by its partners Wells Fargo, The City of Los Angeles (Councilman Bernard Parks) and Rent-­A-­Center at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on Monday, November 17, 2014 to honor Emmy Award winner and NAACP Image Award nominee Glynn Turman, Grammy Award winner Toni Braxton and theatre sensation Roger Guenveur Smith. 514 more words

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