Review – The Meg

Jon Turteltaub was responsible for many popular films throughout the nineties and early-two-thousands, from Phenomenon and The Kid to the National Treasure series.  Turteltaub's films haven't always been critical darlings, but he has a way of producing crowd-pleasers that make a lasting impression and carry goodwill forward, years beyond their release dates.  His profile has... Continue Reading →

#ThrowbackThursday – Almost Famous

Original US release date: September 15, 2000 Production budget: $60,000,000 Worldwide gross: $47,383,689 Directed by Cameron Crowe and released to much critical praise (including winning the Golden Globe for Best Picture - Comedy or Musical), Almost Famous is another example in a very long, sad line of examples in which a great movie of the precise... Continue Reading →

#ThrowbackThursday – Juno

Original US release date: December 5, 2007 Production budget: $7,500,000 Worldwide gross: $231,411,584 Squeezed out at the end of 2007 in order to be eligible for the 2008 awards season, Juno was a rare example of a small little independent film that caught fire with general audiences and became a bit of a phenomenon at... Continue Reading →

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