Top 10: Real Hollywood Couples Who Co-Starred Together

Chemistry between co-stars is an elusive art. It’s almost as if lightning has to strike in order to find the perfect on screen romantic pair. One way to try and ensure on screen chemistry is to hire stars who are actually romantically linked in real life. Even then, real life chemistry isn’t always able to […]


Film Review: ‘The Little Prince’ Manages Rich Entertainment

  What happens when a beloved fairy tale grows up? This is one of the ideas that Netflix’s latest film “The Little Prince,” based on the famous book “Le Petit Prince” by the French writer/poet Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, tries to illustrate, taking the familiar story to new grounds. Whether young or old, it’s hard not […]

Wedding Crashers

Historical Circuit: Wedding Crashers (2005)

Who hasn’t wanted to crash a wedding? Free food, open bar, music of questionable quality. What’s not to like? The comedy Wedding Crashers took that idea and turned it into one of the top 10 highest grossing films of 2005. Raunchy and irreverent, the Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn match up is a completely sexist, […]

(L-r) JUDE LAW as Dr. Watson and ROBERT DOWNEY JR. as Sherlock Holmes in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ action adventure mystery “SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release.Photo by Daniel Smith

‘Sherlock Holmes 3’ Taps James Coyne for Script Rewrite

Just last week Robert Downey Jr. went on the record to say that “Sherlock Holmes 3” will start filming sometime this year, with Guy Ritchie set to return as director. Now, Deadline is reporting that James Coyne has been tapped to rewrite the script for the film, further giving credence to Downey Jr.’s claims that […]


Historical Circuit: Top 35 Dance Sequences in Film, Vol. 2

If you read and enjoyed my previous foray into the world of dance in cinema, you’ll notice how easy it was determining what constituted a dance scene – anything highly choreographed. When the musical died out in the 1960s, dance became almost exclusively relegated to movies requiring a need for it, so subsequent generations had to get […]


Celebrating International Women’s Day: Around the World with 50 Great Actresses

Despite what Hollywood may have you believe, actresses have been an integral part of the film industry since the earliest days of the medium. Indeed, many film lovers can trace their cinephilia back to the first time they saw actresses like Mary Pickford, Sophia Loren and Meryl Streep grace the screen. And today, that tradition […]

Mirror, miror on the wall, who is the fairest actress of them all?

Keira Knightley Joins Star-Studded Drama ‘Collateral Beauty’

Actress Keira Knightley has joined the cast of “Collateral Beauty,” joining big names such as Will Smith, Helen Mirren, Edward Norton, Naomie Harris and Michael Pena. Rachel McAdams is also rumored to be starring in the film. According to Variety, New Line’s latest ensemble drama will feature a New York advertising executive (Will Smith) who […]


SAG Awards Predictions and Preview: Looking Like 2006 All Over Again?

On Saturday, the SAG Awards will take place, handing out awards to actors by actors.  With the Oscar nominations officially out, and stirring up their own set of controversies, it’ll be interesting to see if SAG-AFTRA becomes a barometer for the most coveted award show for Hollywood or a reactionary response to recent dealings and changes […]


Casts of ‘Straight Outta Compton’ and ‘Spotlight’ to Present at SAG Awards

Stars will be out in droves Saturday when the 2016 SAG Awards take place. Executive producer for the awards, Kathy Connell, announced a slew of new presenters Wednesday, including some of the cast from “Spotlight” and “Straight Outta Compton.” Connell announced that Rachel McAdams, Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo would be presenting at the 22nd […]


Final Predictions for the Golden Globes – Wide Open Races in Both Movies and Television

With SAG set to hand out their nominations this coming Wednesday, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will announce their nominations for the 2016 Golden Globes on Thursday.  This year, more than ever, we’ll be looking at both organizations to get indications of support for certain films and performances.  The HFPA has already corrected certain campaigns […]


Film Review: Spotlight (★★★★)

Seconds after the credits for Tom McCarthy’s “Spotlight” roll, an overwhelming feeling of changing your career takes over.  Is film criticism really where I belong?  What important, life-changing story am I not writing about?  Truth is, quite a bit of classic films give off that same feeling.  “Rocky” made a bunch of our fathers and […]


Venice 2015: Instant reactions to ‘Spotlight’

After the less than positive reception (and that’s putting it incredibly delicately) that Tom McCarthy was given with his last film The Cobbler, it might have been fair to wonder if the love affair that critics had with the filmmaker was over. In some ways, his new movie Spotlight, which just debuted today at the […]