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Oh You Mighty One, In The Heart of the Sea Film Review

Oh You Mighty One,

You are Free,

You are Wild,

You are the Mighty One.

I set out to Conquer the Mighty One,

I failed, I drowned, I died, 99 more words

Classic Review - American Graffiti (1973)

by Armando Vanegas

Considered to be one of the most profitable movies of all time, George Lucas’ American Graffiti follows a group of Californian teenagers in 1962 on their last night of freedom before two of their friends, Curt and Steve, leave to go to college. 1,872 more words

Cinephellas

"Primo Bud" Says Opie

“Primo bud…real sticky weed.”

Not a phrase you expect to hear in Ron Howard’s voice, but when it comes to the most appropriate voice for a show’s narrator Howard and Arrested Development have an amazing connection! 50 more words

Society

In The Heart of the Sea (2015)

2016.39: In The Heart of the Sea (Blu-ray)

Back when Ron Howard’s In The Heart of the Sea was released at the cinema to lukewarm and often hostile reviews that turned me away from a planned cinema trip, I was intrigued enough by the premise to read the book by  Nathaniel Philbrick from which much of it is based. 900 more words

Movies

Ransom (1996)

Director – Ron Howard

Starring – Mel Gibson, Rene Russo, Gary Sinise, Delroy Lindo, Lily Taylor, Liev Schreiber, Donnie Wahlberg, Dan Hedaya, Evan Handler, Paul Guilfoyle, Brawley Nolte… 18 more words

1990's

May 18 Trivia Rankings

Thank you, Quizlings, for coming out to play this week. I think we learned a little about alliteration, where Ron Howard gets down and how little Sparky actually knows about sports. 127 more words

Tomato Jake's

Frost/Nixon (2008)

In the wake of the Watergate scandal, Richard Nixon is tempted into a televised interview by a huge fee and the presumption of an easy ride from a British interviewer with little political experience. 165 more words

Film