by Kevin Hart
May 6, 2014 |
by Ron Howard
"American Graffiti" was the second feature by George Lucas, the same director who would later go on to make the phenomenally successful "Star Wars" trilogy. It was produced by Lucas' friend, Francis Ford Coppola, at the time also an aspiring filmmaker. Although the cast is studded with actors who…
by Jay Mohr
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by Charles Grodin
Yuppie Thomas Reilly, a lawyer who specializes in bankruptcies, gets a lesson in decency in this film about the supernatural. Reilly's teachers are the four victims of a bus accident that occurred moments before his birth in 1959. Made responsible for his spiritual well-being, the quartet take an…
by Johnny Depp
Cult director John Waters goes mainstream -- sort of -- in this send-up of 1950s teen melodramas. Heart-throb Johnny Depp stars in the title role as a glamorous delinquent who heads a gang of hoods known as the Drapes. Trouble starts when Cry-Baby falls for a squeaky clean blonde from a rival…
by Tamra Davis
by Barbara Eden
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by David Hyde Pierce
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by Richard Linklater
Linklater's 1991 directorial debut film "Slacker," is similar to "Dazed and Confused" in its examination of adolescent nonconformity. The film pays homage to earlier filmic examinations of teen angst. Direct allusions are made to "Carrie," and "American Graffiti," the latter of which seems to have…
by Barry W. Blaustein
June 3, 2014 |
by Larry Hagman
by Jeff Bridges
When hired goons mistake oafish, amiable bowling enthusiast Jeff "the Dude" Lebowski for their proper shakedown, eccentric millionaire the Big Lebowski, their error sets into motion a wacky chain of events that pull the Dude into a hilariously twisted mystery. The film is a high-key, fanciful…
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