Their branding slogan says "Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s" and boy, do they celebrate those great decades in cinema!
Even Sir Roger Moore says "Cinema Retro Magazine is a 'Must' For Fans of Movies From the 1960s & 1970s –And They Didn't Have to Pay Me to Say That!"
The 70s has been highly regarded as a great decade for cinema with the emergence of influential films and equally influential filmmakers. Martin Scorsese ("Taxi Driver," "Mean Streets," "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore"), Steven Spielberg (His "Jaws" changed the way we viewed Summer Movies!), Francis Ford Coppola ("The Godfather 1 and 2"), gosh, "Chinatown," "The Deer Hunter," "Kramer vs. Kramer," "Apocalypse Now" and so much more!
Besides showcasing cinema excellence, Cinema Retro also has some titillating but fun sections like Movie Hunks and Goddesses!
So check it out, it's fun, I guarantee you, and you may even stumble a little story about yours truly there
Click here for their site.
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Jon Lee Brody's bio says he's "a 25-year old Eurasian Actor/Producer/Writer/Director. His upcoming film may be titled 'Reborn' but it may actually mark the birth of the new Hollywood 'It Boy'."
Mister Jon contacted me and I immediately warmed up to this super-ambitious but super-nice actor. I haven't met him officially, nor seen his original work but something inside of me thinks this guy will succeed.
Plus, props that he's from the Midwest too
Brody has worked in films like "Eagle Eye" and "The Dark Knight," and TV shows such as "CSI: NY." In his IMDB page, Brody's popularity is up 5% this week! Wow!
Currently, the actor is working on a film called "Reborn" a suspense thriller that's supposed to have twists and turns similar to "Bourne Identity." Click Read More for more info about the film. Plus, see what movie Brody is working on that he says "will (yes i'm saying this on the record) give "Twilight" a run for its money!!" Really? We'll see about that Read More...
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Nassim Amaouche's "Goodbye Gary" and Caroline Strubbe's "Lost Person's Area" took top honors at the 48th Critics' Week at Cannes.
Journalists and critics vote for the awards right after the screenings and they give the Grand Prix award to "Goodbye Gary," a drama about a post-industrial town destroyed by the closure of its last factory.
The film will be released in France in July. The Gary in the title is an homage to icon Gary Cooper.
Here's the complete list of winners at the 48th Critics' Week:
CRITICS' WEEK GRAND PRIX
"Goodbye Gary," Nassim Amaouche (France)
"Lost Persons Area," "Caroline Strubbe (Belgium- Netherlands-Hungary)
ACID/CCAS CASH PRIZE
"Whisper With the Wind," "Shahram Alidi (Iraq)
Ofaj/TV5 MONDE (VERY) YOUNG CRITIC AWARD
"Whisper With the Wind,"
REGARDS JEUNES PRIZE
"Whisper With the Wind"
CANAL PLUS GRAND PRIX
"Seeds of the Fall," Patrick Eklund (Sweden)
KODAK SHORT FILM DISCOVERY PRIZE
"Logorama," Francois Alaux, Herve de Crecy, Ludovic Houplain (France)
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Alright, I enjoyed "Terminator Salvation." It's a popcorn flick, and I viewed it as such. Other critics were looking for cinematic excellence from this film, I was looking for explosions!
And boy, did we get them!
Read my written review of "Terminator Salvation" right here, and watch my fun one-on-one interviews with the cast right here.
Here's my "Terminator Salvation" movie review:
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I went to Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, CA for their upcoming flick "Up."
I love this film, and I will post my interviews with director Pete Docter, producer Jonas Rivera, Jordan Nagai (voice of Russell), and the talented Ed Asner (voice of Carl Fredericksen).
I will also post my review of "Up" very soon. Anyway, I just want to share with you some fun photos!
They strapped a sofa on a multitude of balloons, then they strap me, and let me fly, fly, fly! Yay!
I LOVED IT! I did all my segment stand-ups while I was up in the air! Take a look:
*** getting ready to fly
*** almost there
*** not afraid of heights at all
*** clutching the stuffed toy Dug while holding for my dear life
And here's the video to the tune of Fifth Dimension's "Up, Up, and Away"
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