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Flavorwire Staffers On Their First Movie Star Crushes

Movie star crushes: we’ve all had them, though some are certainly more embarrassing than others.  And as comically far-fetched and silly as they may be, there’s something winsome and almost pure about the very first time you crush on a movie star, perhaps before you’re even fully aware that they live in protective bubbles and literally walk through this world on pillows filled with angels’ tears. 1,296 more words

Celebrity

Child's Play (1988)

Up until now I was primarily familiar with Chucky from the various sequels, which are all more comedic, so the first Child’s Play proved to be a lot darker and better written than I was expecting. 652 more words

Watched Movie

Happy Birthday Chris Sarandon

Happy 73rd birthday to Chris Sarandon. Sarandon is a face recognizable to everyone from films such as Childs Play (1988), The Princess Bride (1987) & Fright Night (2011). 20 more words

Entertainment

FRANK THE BASTARD (2015)

 Greetings again from the darkness. A literary wink is always appreciated, and writer/director Brad Coley delivers with a chance meeting of Tristan (Chris Sarandon… 305 more words

Thriller

"Frank the Bastard" Review

Labeled as a “Northern Gothic,” Brad Coley’s Frank the Bastard manages to embody that term in an admittedly unexpected manner. A mystery tale that is light on suspense and heavy on character development, the film is—for better or worse—a pretty unique piece of cinema. 476 more words

Reviews

THE PRINCESS BRIDE (1987)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 1 hour 38 minutes

MPAA Rating: PG

Directed by: Rob Reiner

Written by: William Goldman

(based on the novel THE PRINCESS BRIDE by William Goldman) 726 more words

Comedy

Preludes - Blurred Lines

Writer’s block is a malady that impacts many a creative genius. (I know I’ve suffered from it.) But a three-year case of it seems extreme. But that’s what the composer Rachmaninoff suffered from, and in Preludes we learn about the tedium and tragedy of a great talent being unable to create his art. 257 more words

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