Caddyshack 2: Inside story of one of the worst sequels ever – Sports Illustrated —

Forty years ago, on July 25, 1980, a small-budget snobs-versus-slobs summer comedy about the underpaid caddies and overprivileged members of a lily-white country club called Bushwood opened in theaters across the U.S. It was hardly a Cinderella story upon its release. The critics were brutal, and the film struggled to find success at the box office. At…

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Summertime Blus Part 1: Best BD re-issues of 2020 (so far) — Digby’s Hullabaloo

Since we’re halfway through 2020 (already?) I thought I’d apprise you of some of the latest and most noteworthy Blu-ray reissues I’ve picked up so far this year. Any reviews based on Region “B” editions (which require a multi-region Blu-ray player) are noted as such; the good news is that multi-region players are now more […]

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Palm Springs Review: The Must-Watch Movie of Summer 2020 — the story so far

I will go to bat for anything made by The Lonely Island. This is so true that I watched a half hour-long “visual poem” about the Bash Brothers the day it came out despite having never heard of them before (I’m young, okay!) and loved every minute. Palm Springs is different from their previous work, […]

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Classic of the Week: It Happened One Night. (1934) — Chloe the Critic

It Happened One Night is a 1934 pre-code American romantic comedy film directed by Frank Capra. It follows the story of spoiled socialite (Claudette Colbert) tries to get away from her protective father and falls in love with a mischievous reporter (Clark Gable). This romantic comedy is one that was considered a bit racy for the […]

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#Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga – reviews. — Red Samurai Ninja

I am a big fan of the Eurovision song contest since I watched it when 12 was the first time until I moved to Saudi Arabia after missing the Eurovision song contest until I watched in 2012 and 2013. I look up all the internet they won the singing in the past from 2014 to […]

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