Francis Ford Coppola’s second S.E. Hinton adaptation after The Outsiders is a dark, cerebral, sonic and visual assault. His masterpiece, Rumble Fish.
A film review of “Genius” about the troubled life of brilliant american author thomas wolfe. by Bree Donovan.
Why do we have to lose these actors who have injected our lives with such joy and humor to fully appreciate them?
Bill Paxton passed away today, and like Heath Ledger, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Robin Williams, Carrie Fisher, David Bowie, Prince…it’s too damn soon man. Just tragic.
Love to his family friends and loved ones.
The Podcast • Chapter 14:
TV V Film
Where Were You When The Game Of Thrones Red Wedding Episode Aired?
The Podcast • Chapter 14 | War: TV V Film, The Great Films Of The 1980’s And Where Were You When Game Of Thrones “The Red Wedding” Aired?
The Walking Dead returns in 6 days
Revolution is on the horizon
New Promotional Photos Below, along with a teasers, trailers and spoiler filled chats about the ending of the first half of season 7 if you haven’t kept up.
Bree Donavan’s got something to say.
T2: Trainspotting is on the horizon as chaos ensues in the USA
President Barack Obama has finished his final term as president of these United States.
his farewell letter & a link to his final interview with Steve Kroft from 60 Minutes.
Meryl Streep delivered a rousing & heartfelt speech at the Golden Globes Ceremony where she was the 2017 recipient of the Cecil B. DeMille Award by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for outstanding contributions to the world of entertainment.
Bree Donavan (she’s a machine people) generously presents us with another grand-slam interview…this time with motorcycle enthusiast…
High octane adventure junkie…
And producer & presenter for “Charley Boorman Live”…
This Is Billy “BikeTruck” Ward.
Update: 12/28/2016: Debbie Reynolds, Carries mother, suffered a stroke and has also passed away.
Carrie Fisher personified the cinematic “Female Heroine” with her immortal portrayal of Princess Leia in the Star Wars film franchise.
I don’t know that she ever openly recognized that she was the quintessential female hero to her millions of adoring fans around the world.
She seemed to feel the role was more of a curse then a privilege.
But young girls around the world recognized it.
Women, men, children around the world recognized it.
And the world of cinema recognized it, was altered forever by it…
And she will be immortalized because of it.