Monthly Archives: April 2016

If you believe they put a man on the moon…

The movie Man on the Moon asks its viewers the question, “Was Andy Kaufman crazy or a genius and before his time?” After first watching the movie back in 1999, I felt like I really couldn’t tell. I mean, it … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Jim Carrey! (Apr 29-May 5/16)

One of the funniest and most versatile actors to ever come out of Canada. In fact, one of the funniest and most versatile of all time. Which of his movies should be our movie of the week? 1. Dumb & Dumber … Continue reading

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Who is today’s Marilyn Monroe? Will you agree with my choice?

So we’ll have to start by stating the obvious: there will never be another Marilyn. We like to use the word ‘iconic’ today, but she’s one of the few people in the world who can truly own that designation. All … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: Most Famous Actors! (Apr 22-28/16)

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has created what they call the “Pantheon Project.” It seeks to rank the most famous people of all time—all of them! That’s any person who has had any degree of fame whatsoever from 4000 BC to 2010. Everyone from … Continue reading

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The Power of the Twitterpated Bambino

So do you think you’ve ever done something because a movie made you do it? It’s easy to say no, just like we’d say no commercial has ever made us buy something. We make the decision ourselves, right? Well, there are … Continue reading

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Pick your movie of the week: 40’s Animated Disney! (Apr 15-21/16)

The 40’s was a great decade for Disney classics (and apparently ones with one-word titles). These are all fantastic movies, but there’s only room for one at the top. Which one would you pick? Pinocchio (1940) Dumbo (1941) Bambi (1942) … Continue reading

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When movies make stuff up

Did you hear that Pocahontas never had a romance with John Smith? Or that King George VI overcame his stammer at least 10 years before WWII (The King’s Speech)? Or that Jimmy Malone, lead character played by Sean Connery in … Continue reading

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