Review of Guys and Dolls – Starring Marlon Brando – Gene Simmons – Frank Sinatra and Vivian Blaine

“Guys and Dolls” is a charming movie based on the Broadway musical of the same name. The movie stars Frank Sinatra as Nathan Detroit, operator of a floating crap game in New York City in the 1950. It also stars Marlon Brando as Sky Masterson, a high roller with lots of luck, Jean Simmons as Sgt. Sarah Brown, a young woman in charge of a mission, and Vivian Blaine as Adelaide, a nightclub singer and Nathan’s longtime fiancee.

Blockbuster Online VS Netflix

The Battle’s raging between Blockbuster and Netflix. Both want your loyalty. So who wins? Blockbuster or Netflix?

Renting Movies From Blockbuster Online

Renting movies from the video store is still pretty common; but a video store does not have the same ease as renting movies online. With all the choices on how to watch the latest blockbusters. How are you going find the best one that suits your movie watching needs?

Movie And Music Download Websites – How To Stay Safe And Really Enjoy The Experience

Make sure that you are safe from Spyware, Adware and viruses, that your privacy is protected and that you get maximum value for money. The experience should loads of fun. Find out how to make it so.

Review of “When Harry Met Sally”

“When Harry Met Sally” is a wonderful romantic comedy directed by Rob Reiner and starring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan. The movie explores the basic question – can men and women ever be “just friends?”

Review of “The Right Stuff”

“The Right Stuff” is a thoroughly entertaining drama about the Mercury Program and the early years of the space race. Based on the biographical novel by Tom Wolfe, the movie captures the spirit of the times quite well, including the heroism of the test pilots and the American pride and intense drive to beat the Russians in space.

Review of “Around the World in Eighty Days”

“Around the World in Eighty Days” is a terrific film! Based on the Jules Verne novel of the same title, the movie is set in 1872 and concerns an around-the-world voyage set by Englishman Phileas Fogg (David Niven) and his humble French servent Passpartout (Cantinflas). The cinematography of various locations around the world is fabulus and the acting is also very well-done.

Review of “Grease”

“Grease” is one of my favorite musical films. Adapted from the Broadway musical of the same name, “Grease” concerns a group of teenagers from Rydell High, a fictitious high school, in 1959. The story, music, and acting are all fantastic.

Review of “Apollo 13”

“Apollo 13” is a terrific movie, telling the true story of the perilous Apollo 13 mission. The acting and special effects are excellent, especially the zero gravity scenes, which were performed aboard performed aboard NASA’s KC-135 aircraft (the Vomit Comit), which flew in parabolic arcs to produce zero gravity. The mock-up of mission control is also remarkable.

Review of “The Ten Commandments”

“The Ten Commandments” is an incredible epic tale based on the book of Exodus of the Old Testament. The acting is superb, as are the special effects for the time the movie was made (1956). Though this is a very long movie, it’s quite mesmerizing, keeping you glued to the screen to the end. I’m not at all religious, but I still love this movie, both for its entertainment value and for its message of the value of freedom as well as the price necessary to maintain it.

Review of “West Side Story”

“West Side Story” is a classic movie based on a ’50s Broadway musical, which is in turn loosely based on “Romeo and Juliet”. The story, acting, music, and choreography are all excellent.

The Life of a Character Actor

Rose Liebowitz interviews D.C. Douglas and looks into the busy life of an often-seen but little known television character actor.