April Fernandez-Villarba : Old movies i've seen for the last 3-4 days: Citizen Kane, 12 Angry Men, In the Heat of the Night, Harold and Maude, The Graduate, and The Miracle Worker.. Nothing beats the classics. More to come.. :) 6 hours ago - View -
Jody Price : When did it become okay for all new horror movies to look like they were shot by high schoolers with a Walmart camcorder? 7 hours ago - View -
Heather Hale : Okay Gang ;-) Humor me with a Little Group Brainstorming here: I'm working on a couple of tutorials (virtual workshops, essentially) for The Writers Store and I'm actually really enjoying developing 'em. One is on "Writing Actor Bait" ;-) Awesome. So...assuming I can use clips or at least still images (I'm hoping so and double checking)...I want you to share with me the MOST ICONIC ROLES OR MOVIE MOMENTS (or scenes, images, posters, etc. that you can remember (without looking 'em up - after you've given ones that stuck with you without Googling ;-) you can add more to your heart's delight - but what can you picture instantly. Man, just building this Powerpoint inspires me to raise the visual/cinematic bar on my own writing! So inspiring! Okay, I'll start... 9 hours ago - View -
Todd Staruch : Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) OK, I just got back from seeing this, and I FREAKING LOVED IT! In fact, I want to see it again ASAP.
I will write up a full review for my website, but all I will say for now is this. Does the film have it's flaws? Of course it does. Then again, I can watch "Citizen Kane" and find something to pick on.
To all the naysayers who are bitching about this film, if you don't like it, that's fine, but as it pertains to the original series, and the "original case" films, here is my advice. LET IT FUCKING GO! Or, sit in your house and watch the originals on Netflix until the end of time, and stop trying to hold onto Gene Roddenberry's vision. It's time to move on. I myself am a HUGE Trek fan, and even I realize this.
I simply don't understand why anyone would let J.J. Abrams' vision interfere in any way with their love of the original. What we were supposed to do, let the franchise stagnate and collapse under its own weight, which it had been doing for some time?
It's time to take of the Spock ears and the costume and embrace something new.
Kwame Odom : Some asshole on my newsfeed spoiled the ending of The Hobbit for me and then told me I was in the wrong for not reading the book. 10 hours ago - View -
Christina Kurochka : When I get my own place, I want tanks, tanks full of octopi, cool fish & turtles inserted & aligned against the walls. Now so start saving.. 11 hours ago - View -
Hayden Sanders : Have you watched "lawrence of Arabia"? It's a 4 hour movie! and it's a very fast moving one either. I know it's a classic but seriously, they could have made it half the length by cutting out the endless sandstorms, and long shots of riding in the distance. Did anyone else enjoy it? 11 hours ago - View -
Kane Hollins : Still grading the Worm dissection lab, Amino Acid sequence lab, Ocean Salinity lab and the Citizen Science essay exams, SHEEESH! 11 hours ago - View -
Good Old Hollywood : What would you say your favorite movie is? I know it's hard to narrow it down, but do the best you can! One of mine is Singin' in the Rain :) 12 hours ago - View -
David Olfers : Dear Singer....I wanted the Superman equivalent of Citizen Kane, you gave me Ishtar...please redeem yourself with X-men! 12 hours ago - View -
Glen Macnow : My friend, esteemed film critic Carrie Rickey and I have been debating which decade produced the most great movies. I took the 1970s, she took the '40s. So we're resolving it like this -- starting this Friday, she and I will nominate one favorite film a day from our decade and post them on both of our Facebook and Twitter pages. We'll ask you to pick between them and we'll tally the votes. After 30 days, we'll declare a winner. Please join us in this fun project. I'm feeling pretty good about my chances. 13 hours ago - View -
Jaime Santacruz Mercado : Citizen Kane (1941) INFO - INTERNACIONAL Considerada entre las 10 mejores películas de la historia del cine, Citizen Kane (1941) todavía no deja de maravillar, pero para disfrutarla es importante conocer su historia. Aquí la publico con muchos materiales gráficos inéditos en Internet.