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TEACHERS || 1984, USA || Drama || Directed by – Arthur Hiller / Written by – W.R. McKinney / Produced by – Art Levinson, Aaron Russo, Irwin Russo / Cinematography by – David M. 227 more words


Altered Minds

On the surface, “Altered Minds” looks like your typical “Sixth Sense” psychological thriller as the characters struggle to get to the truth of what’s terrifying them so deeply, but this description doesn’t do it justice. 952 more words

Superior Donuts Nets CBS Series Order

Judd Hirsch is cooking up — actually, make that baking up — something big at CBS. 145 more words


Big Bang Theory Season 10 Premiere Recap: Family Matters — Grade It!

On the 10th season premiere of The Big Bang Theory, tension in Apartment 4A hit an all-time high in the lead-up to Leonard and Penny’s vow renewal ceremony as everyone assumed Alfred (Judd Hirsch) and Mary (Laurie Metcalf) went all the way during their post-rehearsal dinner rendezvous.  491 more words


Classic Reviews: "Running On Empty" (1988)

Review of the great Sidney Lumet’s over-looked, coming-of-age gem “Running On Empty”

By Carter Bagley

The late Sidney Lumet is one of those filmmakers that despite making some truly incredible films (Twelve Angry Men, Serpico, Network, Dog Day Afternoon, The Verdict) is very far from being a household name, and probably never will be which is a real shame. 600 more words

"Independence Day: Resurgence" (2016, Liam Hemsworth, Jeff Goldblum)

Grade D +

Manny’s Movie Musings: It should be called “Independence Day: Regurgitation.”  The same director; the same logical flaws; the same unfunny jokes; the same main actors; the same aliens…I’d be okay with the same of many things except all the logical flaws of the story.  241 more words


20 years later, ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ fails to surge

Rating 2/5

Earlier this summer, a sequel hit theaters supposedly 20 years in the making. Independence Day: Resurgence appeared, on the surface, to be a near carbon copy of the 1996 original with a few new characters and plot points. 472 more words

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