The Ten Best Romantic Moments In Film History Another lost-but-recovered post! - t. [First appeared as a post in May 2009 on this site] I joined a new romantic sub-genre email group last week, and got a strange silence when I happened to mention that I thought one of the most electrifying romantic moments in
I ran this post eight years ago, in 2011. How time flies! As rumours seem to continue about a possible remake of the movie (starring Hugh Jackman is Rhett Butler, Yum!!), the interest in Gone With The Wind continues. --t. Gone With The Wind, a romance movie staple, is 74 years old today. How long since
I thought the passing of Carrie Fisher was really the topper of the year, but no -- her mother, Debbie Reynolds, passed the very next day. Well before Carrie Fisher's death, people were already saying what a horrible year 2016 had been for unexpected deaths of celebrities, unexpected political outcomes, depressed sales, and much more. My
The movie Gone With The Wind premiered today, in 1939. How long since you watched it and sighed over the dresses and Scarlett's pertness? Actually, I love the movie for the dresses and I love reading the book for the sheer detail and fascination of watching Rhett Butler dash himself to pieces over Scarlett's self-centered
The movies generate timeless quotes, some of them by the baddest of bad boys. Here’s twenty-one of them. Bond: In your defense, a moving target is much harder to hit. Eve: Then you better keep moving. Skyfall Tony Stark: The Avengers. It's what we call ourselves, sort of like a team. 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes'
King Kong has been named by many film critics as one of the most iconic films to ever emerge from Hollywood. It has certainly produced its share of cliches, as well as a rash of remakes, including one in 1976 and the excellent Peter Jackson version in 2003. In the 1933 original, the plot isn't
Drama on TV has become edgier and more absorbing by the minute these days. They're pushing the envelope every year in terms of storylines, and once you move beyond the big four Mom & Pop networks, anything goes in terms of content. That's not to say it's gratuitous, but production companies use the lack of
Gone With The Wind, a romance movie staple, is 74 years old today. How long since you watched it and sighed over the dresses and Scarlett's pertness? Actually, I love the movie for the dresses and I love reading the book for the sheer detail and fascination of watching Rhett Butler dash himself to pieces