Bob Wallace: We came up here for the snow. Where’re you keepin’ it?
Emma Allen: Well, we take it in during the day!
Betty Haynes: [singing on the train] I wanna wash my hands, my face, my hair with snow.
Review by Elliott
Now that Thanksgiving is over, we can finally start preparing for Christmas., which of course means watching classic holiday movies like Elf, Home Alone 2, and It’s a Wonderful Life. I’ve recently(past couple years) added another movie to that esteemed list of must-watch-every-year movies and that would be White Christmas. Continue Reading
Review by Gene
When I asked the rest of the LTBM crew if they had seen this, only Tres said he had. That didn’t necessarily shock me, but I thought it was a bit more widely known than that. So maybe you’ve never heard of this either! Blast From the Past is a 1999 release staring Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone, playing Adam Weber and Eve, respectively. Directed by Hugh Wilson (Police Academy), this movie explores what would happen if a young man raised with 1950’s/60’s American-era values, morals and mannerisms was placed suddenly in modern-day Los Angeles. Continue Reading
Review by Gene
Once upon a time, prior to about 9 or 10 years ago, Tom Cruise starred in some pretty substantial dramas. Rain Man, Born on the Fourth of July, A Few Good Men… the list goes on. Tucked in nicely between many of those is this little-known film in which Cruise stars as Joseph Donnelly, an Irish immigrant who came to America to escape the shackles of landlords and find his own land.