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Go West Young Fan: 7 Favorite Classic TV Westerns

In the the late 1940s and 50s when television became popular, TV westerns quickly became a favorite past time for viewers. Examples include The Rifleman, Rawhide, The Roy Rogers Show and Maverick. 1959 was the peak of the TV western with a total of 26 shows on air. During the 1960s, traditional western shows declined… Continue reading Go West Young Fan: 7 Favorite Classic TV Westerns

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An Empire State of Mind: 8 Films That Show the Big Apple Love

Today, I'm showing the East Coast some love and giving you eight films that highlight the Big Apple. 1. West Side Story (1961) A classic take on Romeo and Juliet, this film captures the energy and vibrancy of the city with its multiple dance numbers and songs. It also gives viewers an insight into the… Continue reading An Empire State of Mind: 8 Films That Show the Big Apple Love

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7 Favorite Cult Classics

They're either so bad it's good; filled with nostalgia; a beloved B-movie; guilty pleasures; or a combination of all of these descriptions. Cult classics have a special place in every movie fan's heart. They've been around since the early days of cinema, and show no signs of stopping - thank goodness. Here are seven of… Continue reading 7 Favorite Cult Classics

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10 Unforgettable Movie Homes

Home is where the heart is and that's especially true in film, where some of the best homes, fictional and real, have appeared on screen and left a big impression on movie viewers' hearts. Here are 10 unforgettable homes featured in film. 1. The Sheats/Goldstein House Location: Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills Films: The Big Lebowski,… Continue reading 10 Unforgettable Movie Homes

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This Post Will Self-Destruct in 18 Seconds: Trivia from the Mission Impossible Film Franchise

Good morning/afternoon/evening, readers. Since 1996, the Mission Impossible film franchise has been popular with moviegoers and continues to be a hit with its latest addition Mission: Impossible: Fallout.  This sixth film in the franchise was greenlit  several days before its predecessor's-Rogue Nation- release. It's the longest film in the franchise (140 mins.) and the first to… Continue reading This Post Will Self-Destruct in 18 Seconds: Trivia from the Mission Impossible Film Franchise

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Where We’re Going We Don’t Need Roads: 12 Interesting Facts About the Back to the Future Trilogy

  On this day July 3rd, 1985, the first of an epic trilogy Back To The Future was arrived in theaters.  It's been 33 years, here are 12 bits of movie trivia about the trilogy to celebrate. Back to the Future (1985) 1. Never give up, never surrender It took being rejected 40 times, before… Continue reading Where We’re Going We Don’t Need Roads: 12 Interesting Facts About the Back to the Future Trilogy

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The Big Score: 10 of My Favorite Captivating Heist Films

The heist film is one of my favorite genres. A subgenre of the crime film, the heist film focuses on the protagonist's attempts to plan, execute a theft, and the aftermath of their actions. There are many twists and turns in the plot as the characters try to accomplish their goal: getting away with the… Continue reading The Big Score: 10 of My Favorite Captivating Heist Films