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Another Hollywood Remake, This Time, Point Break
Every time I hear that Hollywood is doing a remake, I again hit my head against the wall, why, why, why would they want to do this, why ruin a great movie.  I understand that remakes are going to happen.  I realize that they want to bring a great story to a new generation, but why, this wh…
Another Hollywood Remake: Romancing the Stone
Romancing the Stone is one of my favorite movies.  I love that movie, it has adventure, action, romance and crocodiles all in one movie.  I owned it on VHS and I think I wore the poor tape out.  The movie was originally released in 1984 starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito.  It…
Best Beach Make-Out Scenes in Movies [VIDEOS]
A kiss is a kiss is a kiss – except when it's more than a kiss. Hollywood is famous for its kiss scenes. Whether it's the waves cascading against the sand or the sun shining down in all the right places, some of the most romantic have undoubtedly taken place on the beach.Which is wh…
Watch the Trailer for Pixar’s ‘Brave’
‘Cars 2,’ the newest blockbuster from Pixar, premiered over the weekend and with it, a teaser trailer for the animation studio’s next flick, ‘Brave.’ The film, set in the Scotland Highlands, follows the story of Merida, “a skilled archer and impetuous daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor” who ma…
Texas Chainsaw Massacre Again?
I love a good scary/horror movie.  I like to be scared, however, some don't scare you at all and others scare you to where you don't want to sleep by yourself.  For me, The Strangers was that kind of scary movie, I still get goose bumps when I think about it.  Back in 1974 one particular movie did t…
Al Pacino Back in the Mob in ‘Gotti: Three Generations’
Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino will return to his on-screen mob roots in the much-talked about 'Gotti: Three Generations,' a biopic about infamous mobster John Gotti.
According to EW.com, Pacino will play Aniello John 'Mr. Neil' Dellacroce, consigliere to Carlo Gambino. He'll join the previously cast …
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade: The Movie?
Yep.  New York's biggest parade is being made into a Hollywood movie. What's next, a film based on a gum wrapper?
Producers Scott Glassgold and Ramond Brothers of IAM Entertainment have bought the rights to develop a film based on the annual parade. Says The Hollywood Reporter: