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Top 9: Amazing Performances From Actors Who Stopped Caring

What Culture put together a great list that I never would have thought of on my own, but is so true: the best performances by actors who just gave up.   109 more words

Movies

Collateral Beauty Movie Review

David Frankel’s Collateral Beauty starts with a pretentious name and goes downhill from there. It’s a film dealing with weighty subjects in a manner that is borderline offensive and cheats the audience and its talented actors of quality. 373 more words

Movies

Skinheads, N-words and 2017.

In light of the recent hateful developments in Charlottesville, I thought I’d revisit this classic.

*trigger warning*

The film contains violent, gratuitous scenes as well as heavy swearing. 818 more words

Film

August 18: Happy Birthday Christian Slater and Robert Redford

Last year on this date, we had the first case during the birthday series of three WTHH subjects with birthdays.  I went with two of them as the headliners then, so today we’ll pick up the other fellow, along with another film actor who people may just have a tiny awareness of. 948 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

American History X: The Trump years

Anyone trying to understand Trump’s America should watch the 1998 film about race relations and neo-Nazism.

Donald Trump’s comments this week about the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia last Saturday feel like a seminal moment. 1,325 more words

Opinion

Mini-Review: The Bourne Legacy

It was the first Bourne film without Matt Damon. Does it standup against those previous films? Check out my review for my quick thoughts on the matter.

Film Review

Showtime Favorite Film Friday: Primal Fear

Primal Fear is a courtroom drama that follows Richard Gere’s Martin Vail as he tries to defend a innocent-looking 19 year old Aaron (Edward Norton) as he is accused of a high profile murder of an archbishop. 346 more words