Playing Nice – More of The Nice Guys

First, pretend you’re back in the Seventies. I know – creepy, right? Anyway, pretend you’re back in the Seventies. You’re at your local theater. Maybe you’re setting in to watch Jaws or Star Wars or The Exorcist, and all of a sudden, this trailer pops up right after you come back to your seat with the popcorn. Pretty good Read More …

Twenty-Three Later!

Twenty-three years following the release of a little Australian movie Love in Limbo, Academy Award winner (and the now much better known) Russell Crowe appeared opposite Ryan Gosling (The Notebook) in Warner Brothers’ The Nice Guys, a comedy-action flick directed by Shane Black. The movie also reunited Crowe with his Oscar-winning co-star Kim Basinger, the two having appeared Read More …

May 20th 1993

On this date, the movie Love in Limbo had its’ Australian debut. IMDB describes it as: 1950’s. Gawky teenager Ken Riddle has a wealth of sexual knowledge, but has yet to lose his virginity. Ken is forced to join the workforce after he’s thrown out of school for selling explicit drawings to students. At work Ken befriends Read More …

And In This Corner…

This contains several of the trailers combined into one, including the most recent with the Dr. Jekyll reveal lots of people are talking about. In reading some of the most current YouTube comments, moviegoers who were ho-hum about the movie a week or two ago, are saying Russell Crowe’s Jekyll and Hyde may get them Read More …

Friday, 12th May 2000

One week following the U.S. release, Gladiator was released in the United Kingdom, which is a perfect excuse for us to post MORE STUFF! Let’s face it – one can never have too much Gladiator stuff! After all, as Maximus proclaimed, ‘Are you not entertained?’  Now one more time, in case you missed the trailer from last time, Read More …

Not THAT Gladiator…Gladiator!

There once was a movie called Gladiator…but it’s not the one you’re thinking about.  It was released in 1992 and starred Oscar winner Cuba Gooding, Jr., Brian Dennehy, Robert Loggia and James Marshall (better known as James on a little TV show called Twin Peaks). Which was why – in 2000 – when I started hearing about Gladiator, Read More …