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    Historical Circuit: 1978’s ‘Superman’ with Christopher Reeve Flew High So Others Could Follow

    TITLE OF FILM: “Superman” FILM YEAR: 1978 DIRECTOR: Richard Donner WRITER: Mario Puzo, David Newman, Leslie Newman, Robert Benton (Based on the Superman Comic by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster) STARRING: Marlon Brando, Gene Hackman, Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder, Ned Beatty, Jack Cooper, Marc McClure, Glenn Ford, Valerie Perrine SYNOPSIS: On the planet, Krypton, Kryptonian high […] More

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    ‘Guys and Dolls’ Remake Moves Forward, Tony Winner Michael Grandage to Direct

      The long-awaited “Guys and Dolls” remake is finally moving forward over at Fox, according to Deadline. The outlet broke the news today that Tony winner Michael Grandage has signed on to helm the film. John Goldwyn is producing through Working Title, and Bernie Telsey (of Telsey + Company casting fame) is casting. Grandage is […] More

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    Circuit Madness Final 16 Open! Best Actor Winners Doing Battle NOW!

    We are down to 16 Lead Actor winners. Our annual Circuit Madness games continue today with the biggest battles of the season just kicking off.  There will be some epic decisions on your part. BOB HOPE REGION – #1 vs. #4 Marlon Brando (On the Waterfront) vs. Marlon Brando (The Godfather) BOB HOPE REGION – […] More

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    The Top 20 Most Seductive Scenes in Classic Film

    When talking about the differences between films of today and films of the studio era one that’s always brought up is how studios conveyed so much through subtlety. With the implementation of the Hollywood Production Code, studios had to censor themselves, and get creative, with how they should romance and coupledom on the screen. Suffice […] More

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    Awards Circuit Top 10 Performances of All TIme – By the Numbers

    The Awards Circuit Top 10 Performances series has finally come to an end. I don’t know about you all, but this was certainly challenging for us, but also a really fun exercise to do. Now that it’s over, I’ve taken the liberty of collecting the lists and parsing through them to see how we all […] More

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    Top 10 Greatest Performances of All-Time (Clayton Davis)

    We’ve come to an end.  No more analyzing, no more criticizing, just putting it all out there.  When we began these “10 Greatest” series two years ago, I wasn’t sure what they would turn into.  It’s easy just to say, “I like movies.”  It’s even harder to describe what they mean to you.  Film is […] More

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    Top Ten Greatest Performances of All Time (Karen Peterson)

    When I found out we were doing this Top Ten Greatest Performances of All Time series, I was immediately nervous about it. For a couple of reasons. First, how was I ever going to narrow down thousands of performances into my personal Ten Greatest? And second, I could very well be run right out of […] More

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    Top Ten Greatest Performances Of All-Time (Diana Drumm)

    In tackling a “Top Ten” list, you can follow one of two approaches: to attempt to identify the categorical best (something that would take millenia to do properly) or to compile your personal favorites (going with your gut/heart over your head). In this list, I do my best to do neither. After days and days […] More

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    Top Ten Greatest Performances of All Time (Terence Johnson)

    As the person who suggested we do a top 10 films of all time series, you would think I relish in making lists. I might have to give them up after this, cause this was bar none one of the hardest lists to ever make. That’s it. I quit! I kid, I kid. In all […] More

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    R.I.P. Elaine Stritch (1925-2014)

    Last year, Elaine Stritch gave her final bow at the Cafe Carlyle and went into well-deserved retirement, albeit with a documentary film on the circuit (Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me) and a few public appearances to go (and at least one more F-Bomb to drop on national television). With the news breaking this afternoon, we are […] More

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