Those Were the Days During grade school, my cousins and I spent most of our weekends at the Clyne and Avalon, two Pueblo movie houses located across the street from each other in a working class neighborhood called Bessemer. Both theaters always scheduled a double feature plus “added attractions”... MORE >>
For James Cagney Fans Nobody who grew up in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen area was a pansy. At least you couldn’t be and survive. James Cagney found that out after being born there in 1899. It was the era of immigrants flocking to New York. There were Italian areas, Jewish areas, Irish areas and so... MORE >>
James Cagney & Yankee Doodle Dandy On Demand Starting on July 1 and airing through the end of July, Movie Addict HQ is airing an encore show that pays tribute to the great James Cagney as well as to Yankee Doodle Dandy, a classic film musical about famous theatrical star George M. Cohan. Joining in this lively... MORE >>
Forrest Gump 25th Anniversary I was very excited to receive the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray DVD release of Forrest Gump from Paramount Pictures because it was a great film in 1994. Paramount chose the right director in Robert Zemeckis as well as two amazing writers Winston Groom and Eric Roth plus excellent... MORE >>
Score Season #39 Below are more soundtrack poems of recent and archival releases.
8 1/2 (Nino Rota, 1963) *** The journey from first story concept to post-production can involve a leap of faith. Burdened by studio demands for success as well as their own ambitions,... MORE >>