Some other great Movie Sites.
- Voices: FILM & TV Part II
- Thoughts From the Booth
- 30 Years On: 1984 a Great Year for Movies
- Tim's Film Reviews
- Writer Loves Movies
- The DesignerBaby Blog
- Snap Crackle Watch!
- Suddenly, a shot rang out ...
- The Rambling Ramblers
- Pittsburgh Movie Girl
- A Redhead at the Movies
- FILM GRIMOIRE
- Pass the Popcorn!
- Thoughts Of A Dying Cinephile
- Movies, Films & Flix
- Some Films and Stuff
- Let's Go To The Movies
- (Y) Creatives
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- The Vern gets conned and reviews The Lady Eve.The Lady Eve (1941) Cast: Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Charles Coburn Writers: Monckton Hoffe, Preston Sturges Director: Preston Sturges. A father and daughter con team have just set their sites on the heir to a beer brewing empire named Charles(Fonda). … Continue reading →
- The Vern’s quick recap of The Oscars (So you can go back to sleep)I’m not going to take a long time with this post because I’m a little tired, a little drunk, and I really don’t want to rewrite all of the nominated movies and the winners all over again. Chances are if … Continue reading →
- Oscar Predictions on As You Watch & Getting to know your cohost on Silver Screen Speak.This week on As You Watch. Nick, Joe, and myself predict who we think will be the winners at the 86th Academy Awards. Yes, yes I know that many other shows have already done this sort of thing before(including me). … Continue reading →
- The Ten Commandments for Cinephiles.Every person who writes for a movie site can agree on one thing. We all have a undying love for films. We may not all agree on every one, but we all share a common love and joy of watching … Continue reading →
- The Thin Man makes heavy drinking and smoking look classyThe Thin Man.(1934) Cast: William Powell, Myrna Loy,Maureen O’Sullivan Writers: Albert Hackett,Frances Goodwich Director: W.S. Van Dyke Never before has the idea of heavy drinking and smoking look oh so glamorous as it does in this 1934 comedy mystery. Nick … Continue reading →
- The Vern is ashamed of RoboCop 3 but still reviews the movie.RoboCop 3 Cast: Robert John Burke, Nancy Allen, Rip Torn Writers: Frank Miller, Fred Dekker Director: Fred Dekker The biggest insult about “RoboCop 3” is not the way it softens up certain characters or makes the tone a lot lighter … Continue reading →
- In Defense of: RoboCop 2 (1990).Every once in a while. I like to look back at a movie that has gotten some hatred and try my best to give it a proper review. This time I’m looking back at a movie that I loved when … Continue reading →
- All Time Classics: RoboCop (1987)RoboCop 1987 Cast: Peter Weller, Nancy Allen, Kurtwood Smith Writers: Edward Neumier, Michael Miner Director: Paul Verhoven There are certain movies that are released way ahead of it’s time and presents the viewers with new ideas that takes a bit … Continue reading →
- Top 10 Most Influential Directors and Oscar Predictions.Hello everyone. The Vern’s 2014 Oscar Winning Predictions. The 86th Academy Awards are only a few weeks away, and although I may be a bit early in posting my predictions. I thought it was best that I get them out … Continue reading →
- Criterion Wishlist: Ghost World(2001)The Criterion Collection has been known to release the best Blue Rays and DVD’s ever made. They are be considered the Coach brand of handbags or The Harley of motorcycles, the Cristal of champagne. They are the cream of the crop … Continue reading →
- The Vern gets conned and reviews The Lady Eve.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
John Dies at the End. Cast: Chase Williamson,Paul Giamatti,Doug Jones Writers: Don Coscarelli, David Wong Director: Don Coscarelli How the hell does one begin to explain this movie without getting all spoilery and yet still engage the reader’s interest into … Continue reading
The Vern goes on an “Adventures in Babysitting” with Elizabeth Shue (well actually he only reviews the movie)
Adventures in Babysitting. 1987 Cast: Elizabeth Shue, Keith Coogen, Penelope Ann Miller Writer: David Simkins Director: Chris Columbus When I was a kid I remember this being a fun light-hearted family feature. After watching it again, it remains very sweet natured and … Continue reading
The Criterion Collection for years have been releasing the best versions of movies on DVD and Blue Ray. They are hands down the ultimate praise a film can receive,and while many claim the Oscar to be the ultimate recognition. Having … Continue reading
Manhattan. Cast: Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway. Writers: Marshall Brickman, Woody Allen Director: Woody Allen Many have stated before that Woody Allen directs the same movie over and over again. This is both true and false. Yes it is … Continue reading