GLOW Season 1 – What the critics are saying about it!

96% critics love the show! Critics Consensus: With spot-on 1980s period detail, knockout writing, and a killer cast, GLOW shines brightly. Set in Los Angeles during the 1980s, an unemployed actress hopes to find stardom by portraying a female wrestler. Genre: Comedy Network: Netflix Premiere Date: Jun 23, 2017   Netflix’s wrestling drama GLOW is… Continue reading GLOW Season 1 – What the critics are saying about it!

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ROUGH NIGHT – What the critics and fans are saying about it!

48% of critics liked this film. Chatting with dozens of females coming out of the cinema for this film at the Carlton Cinemas on Thursday June 22nd, I found out that out of 26 people – everyone LOVED the film. Said one female watcher (late 20s, black, female): “It’s about time we got the female… Continue reading ROUGH NIGHT – What the critics and fans are saying about it!

DEAR WHITE PEOPLE – What the critics are saying about the TV show!!

100% Average Rating: 8.59/10 Season Reviews: 40 Fresh: 40 Rotten: 0 Critics Consensus: Timely, provocative, and sharply written, Dear White People is an entertaining blend of social commentary and incisive humor. All those detractors who accused it of “race-baiting” only proves why a series like this is so relevant and necessary. But Dear White People… Continue reading DEAR WHITE PEOPLE – What the critics are saying about the TV show!!

COMEDY TV Show of the Day: BAG YOUR OWN, by Christian Callahan

PITCH: Title: Bag Your Own Written by: Christian Callahan Type: TV PILOT Genre: Comedy Logline: “Bag Your Own” is a comedy in which Enrique is promoted on the same day his fellow associates are planning to play a “Speed Dating” game at the customers expense. He has to decide early what kind of manager he’ll… Continue reading COMEDY TV Show of the Day: BAG YOUR OWN, by Christian Callahan

COMEDY Feature Film of the Day: LEAVES OF WRATH, by Hilde Susan Jaegtnes

PITCH: Title: LEAVES OF WRATH Written by: Hilde Susan Jaegtnes Type: Feature Film Genre: Tragicomedy, Arthouse, Horror, Musical Logline: A middle-aged Norwegian poet has to overcome his crippling depression when he embarks on a violent crusade to prevent other poets from writing about autumn leaves as a metaphor for death. Interested in this logline, please… Continue reading COMEDY Feature Film of the Day: LEAVES OF WRATH, by Hilde Susan Jaegtnes

2016 COMEDY SHORT FILMS

Submit your Comedy Screenplay or Film to the Festival Today: http://festivalforcomedy.com See the SHORT FILM Comedies. Click the link and watch the audience feedback videos: A FEW RUBBER BANDS MORE, 5min., USA, Comedy/Western WATCH Audience FEEDBACK TWO GIRLS, ONE CUP: A STORY OF CHRISTMAS, 5min., USA, Comedy WATCH Audience FEEDBACK ATOMIC COUPLE!, 15min., USA, Comedy/History WATCH… Continue reading 2016 COMEDY SHORT FILMS

Mr. Deeds Goes to Town – Movie Review. Starring: Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, George Bancroft

MR DEEDS TO TOWN, 1936 Movie Reviews Directed by Frank Capra Starring: Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, George Bancroft Review by Aria Chiodo SYNOPSIS: Longfellow Deeds lives in a small town, leading a small town kind of life – including playing the tuba in the town band. When a relative dies and leaves Deeds a fortune,… Continue reading Mr. Deeds Goes to Town – Movie Review. Starring: Gary Cooper, Jean Arthur, George Bancroft

Movie Review: SPACEBALLS, 1987

Final thought: Does the alien that bursts out of John Hurt’s stomach play a song that seems familiar to all who watched those classic Looney Tunes cartoons? It should. The song and top hat dance number is homage to “One Froggy Evening”. You know, the one where the frog grabs a cane and dances to “The Michigan Rag.

Movie Review: NETWORK, 1976. Directed by Sidney Lumet

With no one to stand up for Beale left, the network let him loose on his, where he would have an opening monologue of one of his rants, which was followed by him fainting in the middle of the stage. The network set up other segments around Beale, and the show was off. Christensen started focusing on the terrorist group now, which would follow the groups’ activities as they found for whatever they believed in. This association with the group lead to one of the funnier scenes in the film, where the lawyers from both sides are trying to work out the best deal for their clients.