It is sad, but time waits for no one.
Two basketball movies that seem similar, but couldn’t be farther apart.
“The Warren Beatty film has received a gentle critical wind in the ensuing years, remembered more for its groundbreaking violence than for any of the many nominated performances. In retrospect, its not a bad film, but it’s not a classic, either. The main thing it lacks is a cohesive story that’s not real accurate with any amount of character development. “
CoolPapaE: When I heard the recent announcement that Robert Redford was retiring from acting, I thought, what better time than now for us to discuss one of the best […]
Live action comedy films are inexpensive to make but they are incredibly hard to master. It’s a generally accepted axiom that there is no generally accepted axiom as to what […]
First Blood – 1982 Directed by Ted Kotcheff Starring Sylvester Stallone, Brian Dennehy, Richard Crenna, David Caruso, Bill McKinney, Jack Starrett, Chris Mulkey Written by Michael Kozoll, William Sackheim, Sylvester Stallone based on […]