In the 19 years since its release, “The Sandlot” has become the yardstick that all childhood summers are measured against.
The David M. Evans’s classic follows a gaggle of baseball-obsessed boys during the summer of 1962. But the 1993 film is more than a nostalgic look back on childhood, friendship and baseball. It also offers one of the best Fourth of July sequences ever set to film.
As the world is grilling… Continue reading July 4 Movies: 21 Reasons 'The Sandlot' Has The Best Independence Day Scene Ever
Generally, approaching Lifetime’s made-for-TV movies with low expectations is the most prudent road to take. That way, you can laugh at the hilariously poorly written dialogue and improbable situations without being disappointed. But sometimes that approach backfires — like when the movies are highly enjoyable and eminently watchable without any major flaws, like “Blue Lagoon: The Awakening.”
The reboot of the 1980 camp classic “The Blue… Continue reading 'Blue Lagoon: The Awakening' - the most watchable Lifetime movie ever?
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In tonight’s season finale of Private Practice, the Sam-Addison-Jake love triangle will “come to a head big time.” That’s what Paul Adelstein promises.
“There are a couple of cliffhangers — one really big one that had a lot of us gasping at the table read,” he reveals. “And it’s a very emotional episode across the board and definitely wraps… Continue reading ‘Private Practice’: Paul Adelstein on ‘really big’ finale cliffhanger. Plus, will Cooper and Charlotte ever have children of their own?
With a title like that, I’m sure to get a lot of hate for even suggesting such a notion.
But here’s the thing: I loved Tim Burton. He was my absolute favorite director until around 2001. The worlds he created held my attention in a deeper way than other filmmaker’s. The oddball and macabre design, along with the melancholy atmosphere, were unlike anything I had seen in movies. It was as… Continue reading Was Tim Burton Ever A Good Director? (OPINION)
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After winning the racially charged Survivor: Cook Islands in 2006, Yul Kwon made an interesting career choice. He went to work for the Federal Communications Commission (where he met a certain future Survivor contestant with an affinity for his own last name). But now Yul is back on TV hosting a new… Continue reading ‘Survivor’ winner Yul Kwon talks about his new show, and whether he’ll ever head back to the island