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Friday, 07 August 2015 14:59
In 1983, John Hughes and Harold Ramis started a very funny franchise by taking the memories of family vacations from John Hughes and turning them on their head in a hilarious fashion. Back in 1997, the theatrical franchise ended with the lackluster Vegas Vacation that didn’t inspire the laughs the previous three films did. Following these was a Cousin Eddie tv-movie and some direct to DVD fare. This year the franchise was restarted this past weekend by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein with Vacation, a comedy that’s a pleasant surprise in a summer filled with big summer action blockbusters. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Thursday, 04 September 2014 05:32
gb 2There are very few movies that I watch over and over regardless of whether they're on television, at the movie theater, or Blu-Ray. Ghostbusters is one of those movies because it takes me back to a simpler time in my life where all I had to do was be a kid. I can also remember the theater where I saw it and I often visit it, even though it is now a club, and remember being there as a three-year-old as I, along with many other people, saw a movie about four men with nuclear accelerators on their backs trying to keep New York City from becoming a living hell. Read more...
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Thursday, 05 June 2014 11:07
Stripes 4In honor of all Soldiers , I am writing about a personal favorite movie dealing with life in the US Army : Released on January 1, 1981, STRIPES is a comedy classic.   It was originally a vehicle for Cheech and Chong , but their manager demanded too much of a payout. Stripes begins with John Winger , played by Bill Murray, who , in two hours, loses his job, car, apartment, and his girlfriend. Depressed, he comes up with a great idea to solve ALL of his problems -- Join the US Army (But, of course)!   Read more...
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Monday, 24 February 2014 08:24
ramis We are sad to report that Harold Ramis, actor, writer, and director has passed away at the age of 69.  Ramis' achievements in film, TV and video games are incredibly impressive. He wrote and directed many movies from, "National Lampoon's Animal House", "Stripes", "Groundhog Day".   Perhaps Ramis will be most remembered for his role as Egon Spengler, P.h.D. in the cult classic, "Ghostbusters", in which he also co-wrote with Dan Aykroyd. Read more...
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Friday, 08 June 2012 14:02
I Ain't Afraid of No Ghost 1984 was a leap year that started on a Sunday. That year Terry Wallis a nineteen year old kid was severely injured in an auto accident that put him in a coma that he didn't come out of until June of 2003. The Olympics were held that year with the Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo and the Summer (which the Russians boycotted) were held in Los Angles California. 1984 was also the year that the UK Miners Strike occurred, Pierre Trudeau announced his retirement as Prime Minister of Canada and is replaced by Brian Mulroney, and Ronald Reagan successfully ran for a second term as President of the United States. Read more...
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