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Classic Review Friday – “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975)

Very few films are capable of eliciting the full spectrum of human emotions, but one of them is Miloš Forman’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest… 1,029 more words

Film Reviews

The REAL Origin of the Joker!

There are a lot of versions of the Joker origin story.  The film The Dark Knight even offers a couple.  But we think the internet has FINALLY solved the mystery! 23 more words

General Geekery

How David Spade lost girlfriend Lara Flynn Boyle to Jack Nicholson

Not only is he one of the greatest actors of our time, but Jack Nicholson also happened to be, at one time, the most potent ladies’ man around. 269 more words


David Spade's Girl Asked Out In Front Of Him

Great story from the David Spade camp…he was talking before the premiere of Joe Dirt 2 about the time his girlfriend (Lara Flynn Boyle) was asked out by Jack Nicholson RIGHT IN FRONT OF HIM! 16 more words

Entertainment News

'Five Easy Pieces' Taught Me That Misanthropy Was Pretty Hopeless

I was 17 when I first watched Jack Nicholson play gloomy oilfield worker Bobby Dupea in Five Easy Pieces. Bob Rafelson’s 1970 ode to misanthropy hit me in the chest in a way that few other things had. 908 more words


स्थाई मौन के पूर्व का क्षणिक कोलाहल : The Bucket List {द बकेट लिस्ट}

जिंदगी गुज़र जाने के बाद आखरी लम्हों में इंसान को एहसास होता है कि असल में अभी तक वो जिंदगी जी नहीं रहा था बल्कि जिंदगी काट रहा था… जिंदगी जीना और काटना दो अलग तरह की चीजे हैं… यदि वक़्त गुज़र रहा है और उस गुज़रते वक़्त में आप भी वक़्त के साथ गुज़र रहे हैं तो ये समझिए कि आप जिंदगी काट भर रहे हैं लेकिन जिस दिन वक्त थम जाये और धड़कने जारी हों तो यही वो पल होगा जो आपने जिया है…

Classic Cinema

David Spade Talks About The Time Jack Nicholson Asked Out Lara Flynn Boyle Right In Front Of Him

Hollywood gossip was a different game back in the mid-to-late ’90s. The internet wasn’t nearly as big or omnipresent as it is now, and we really only had glossy tabloid magazines and… 299 more words

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