Everybody comes to Rick’s, even people Rick may not want to see.
Give us some sugar, Baby.
An amoral industrialist finds a conscience saving Jewish lives during the Holocaust in this 1993 drama.
Love and romance blossoms amidst the early days of Hollywood in this 1952 musical.
Jimmy and Tom would be in Westeros, but instead went to future Gotham for a chat about the Batman Beyond episodes “Dead Man’s Hand,” “The Winning Edge,” and “Spellbound”.
Having recently reviewed The Post, the latest film from Steven Spielberg, I got to talking with fellow Gabbing Geek movie reviewer, Tom Kelly, about Spielberg’s
When you need a quick villain that can be disposed of without too much trouble, find a Nazi.
If Ryan and Watson continue to insist this stuff matters to people, I will make the most of it.
In which it isn’t quite the Jetsons meeting the Flintstones.
Horror movies are probably about as old as the movie industry itself. Thomas Edison made one, an adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. That movie