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Taxi Driver - Classic Film Review

A compelling and unsettling film exploring many of the fears, aches, and dislocations of contemporary urban life.

Travis Bickle (Robert de Niro) is a lonely, frustrated, and disoriented young Vietnam veteran from the Midwest who is working as a night cabbie in Manhattan. 717 more words

Meet the Parents

A Review by Krystina Owens

Probably one of the most terrifying moments in anyone’s life is introducing your significant other to your parents. Ladies especially, introducing your new special someone to your father can be quite an awkward and frightening experience. 509 more words


Jerry Lewis Posters Keep Us Smiling

With Jerry Lewis returning to the screen in Max Rose, it’s time to stop and recall the laughs he gave me during my childhood. Jerry’s films were always welcome in our home and the Labor Day weekend Telethon was a yearly event. 368 more words



Maybe my most memorable L.A. birthday was at Kate Mandellini’s. Probably would have been the regular spot if it still existed.

Anyway, pretty much everyone I know was pissed we didn’t get to be in attendance at the ‘Heat’ screening they had at the Academy.   49 more words


#ThrowbackThursday - Meet the Parents

Original US release date: October 6, 2000
Production budget: $55,000,000
Worldwide gross: $330,444,045

There are certain films that just tap into the public zeitgeist in a way that few other films do.  859 more words


The Last Chivalrous Act

The concept of the pocket square goes all the way back to the ancient Greeks. 

So says the website, The Gentlemen’s Corner.

The website goes on to say that by the 17th Century, a pocket-handkerchief was common apparel for all classes of men in Europe. 453 more words