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17. Behind the Candelabra

Everything about this movie is incredible.  The camp. The chandeliers. Stiff-faced Rob Lowe and Eastern-European Debbie Reynolds! It has the same stylish direction of any Steven Soderbergh film, but is easily his most playful. 506 more words

TCM Film Festival Day 4

Sunday mornings in Hollywood are a quiet time most weeks, but when the TCM Film Festival is in town, the pace gets quicker on the last day and it starts early. 1,748 more words

Mark Hamill: Carrie Fisher Star Wars Tribute Is 'Therapy'

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) – Mark Hamill says he’s still grieving over Carrie Fisher’s death, but sharing memories of his late friend and co-star with fans at Star Wars Celebration is “part of the process that I need to move on.” 306 more words


The Tender Trap Review

Whenever someone yells “It’s a Trap!” you typically want to listen. In this case, Julie knows deep down that Charlie is not a good person and getting together with him isn’t a good idea…but she ignores this feeling. 1,119 more words


The Catered Affair Review

It’s time for a slice of life drama. This film started off on a really solid note but then decided to take itself a little too seriously at the end. 1,010 more words


Tammy & The Bachelor (1957)

This is my first movie review, hence pardon me for the armature writing. I’ll get better with each movie for sure.

Tammy, a cheerful girl, who lives alone in a countryside with her grandpa, and hasn’t seen much of the “real” world and its ways. 377 more words