Rudy Ray Moore, one of the pioneers of blaxpoitation films, has died from complications from diabetes. He was 81.
One of Moore's most memorable movies is "Dolemite," a film he self-produced about one of the most beloved characters from his stand-up acts.
I particularly enjoy blaxpoitation films for all their grittiness and raw energy, and Mister Rudy Ray Moore is certainly one of the icons of the genre.
Click here to read more about the comedian. You can also go to to Moore's official website. And click below to see the original trailer for "Dolemite." WARNING: IT'S RATED R!!!
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It has begun! Keanu as the alien Klaatu is set to invade us December 12th. I've been blogging about this since I first heard it back in January. So now, without further adieu, take a look at 3 new pics from the movie!
Click Read More for a special sneek peek! Read More...
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"Marley & Me" is a bestselling autobiographical book by American journalist John Grogan. Told in first-person narrative, the book portrays Grogan and his family's life during the thirteen years that they lived with their Labrador Retriever, Marley, and the relationships and lessons from this period.
The movie version, due Christmas Day, is a feel good flick starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston. Gossip hounds know that this is where the couple met, and now, they've gone on separate ways even before the film opens.
Oh well. For now, take a look at a sneak pic of "Marley & Me." Read More...
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I'm excited to see this film. We haven't seen a new project from director Baz Luhrmann since 2001's "Moulin Rouge." Now, he's back with his leading lady, Nicole Kidman, for "Australia" with the fabulous Hugh Jackman.
We have 3 new photos courtesy of 20th Century Fox! Click Read More to see them all! Read More...
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Time and time again, year after year, we root for films that were forgotten by Oscar voters. We scratched our heads and contemplate why our favorite movie of the year wasn't even included as a nominee! It's been dissed by the Academy!
Movies like "Reservoir Dogs" (1992) or "Mean Streets" (1973), great films from Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese, respectively, were not even nominated for a single Oscar!
As we move forward to the Award Season, I found this great article that explains why bad things happen to good movies! Take a look!
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