#ThrowbackThursday – Meet the Parents

Original US release date: October 6, 2000 Production budget: $55,000,000 Worldwide gross: $330,444,045 There are certain films that just tap into the public zeitgeist in a way that few other films do.  It seems like everyone has seen these films.  They can quote them.  They can immediately pinpoint their favorite scene or moment.  And the... Continue Reading →

72. Hell or High Water

I've been trying to catch Hell or High Water for a couple of weeks, now.  My local theater didn't get it and I haven't been able to make it out of town and get to another theater until now.  This is one of those movies that any self-respecting movie lover kind of has to see, due to... Continue Reading →

71. Morgan

Earlier this year, I bragged on The Witch star Anya Taylor-Joy, hoping to see her get a chance in the industry.  So, I'm obviously pleased to see her attain another starring role on a slightly larger scale with Morgan.  I've enjoyed much of Kate Mara's work, as well, so if nothing else, I was interested... Continue Reading →

#ThrowbackThursday – The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad

Original US release date: October 5, 1949 Production budget: Unavailable Worldwide gross: Unavailable Disney changed the world of entertainment upon its release of the first-ever feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in 1937.  Their momentum (both creatively and financially) continued from there, with Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, and then Bambi in 1942.  They were... Continue Reading →

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