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More NYC theaters facing the wrecking ball

content discovered on Friday, May 26, 2017

...Landmark — which opened in 2001 in the 1898 building that had been a Yiddish vaudeville house — struggled to keep up with rising rents and hoped to reinvent itself a few years back as a dining destination like Williamsburg’s Nitehawk Cinema. Locals, however, fought those plans, with Community Board 3 rejecting the theater’s liquor license application.The art house theater's lease ends January 2018, and it will likely be pushed out, though, Pagoda said he'd be open to negotiating with Landmark.I've bee...

Five movies about musicians who died young

content discovered on Wednesday, May 24, 2017

I hope you don't mind; I gotta talk about Chris Cornell for a minute. When I think of Soundgarden, I think of John, who first introduced me to them (though I do remember hearing them on the radio in the early 90s). He's always two or three steps ahead of me musically. He was the one who first told me "Smells Like Teen Spirit" wasn't some Weird Al-like novelty song. John believed SG was the real deal. I figured he was probably right.The first SG album I bought was Badmotorfinger, on cassette. I had initia...

A Bronx Tale

content discovered on Thursday, May 18, 2017

A Bronx TaleShowtime viewingI don't know much about the Boogie Down Bronx. I hardly ever go there, for one thing. To get there, I'd have to either go through Manhattan or take a really long bus ride. Even if I were to go there, I wouldn't know where to go besides the spots everyone knows: the Zoo, Y-nk-- Stadium, the Botanical Gardens.I don't have many friends who live there, either. Andi does. John used to live there, before I met him in high school. Jen is from there, too. In fact, when she first met h...

Slumdog Millionaire

content discovered on Monday, May 15, 2017

Slumdog MillionaireHBO viewingI loved game shows as a kid. Before daytime television was littered with flimsy talk shows, game shows dominated the airwaves. If I was home from school, I would watch them all: The Price is Right, The Joker's Wild, Tic Tac Dough, Let's Make a Deal, Press Your Luck, Card Sharks, The $25,000 Pyramid, plus nighttime shows like Match Game and Hollywood Squares. I remember Wheel of Fortune when Chuck Woolery was the host! Being a kid, I could only dream of being on one of them o...

Toy Story 3

content discovered on Friday, May 12, 2017

The "No, You're Crying" Blogathon is an event devoted to movies that make us cry (for whatever reason), hosted by Moon in Gemini. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visitthe host site.Toy Story 3Top five favorite toys from my childhood:5. Hess trucks. Whenever I went out with my parents and we passed a Hess gas station, I had to have a toy Hess truck. If you put batteries in them, the headlights and tail lights would light up. The doors to the cab would open. I had one with a retractable hose...

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

content discovered on Monday, May 08, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2seen @ Cinemart Fiveplex, Forest Hills, Queens NYFor almost as long as I can remember, comic books have made me want to create a sci-fi epic. I've tried, more than once: As a kid, I made my initial foray into self-publishing comics. Among my attempts included a Fantastic Four-inspired yarn set in space. I did them strictly for myself. I made no attempt to reproduce them. That would come much later.In recent years, I started (but never finished) a comic that was a SF remake o...

Reel family

content discovered on Tuesday, May 02, 2017

I've never seen movies bring a family together the way they do forPaddy's. Between her husband, children, father and of course, her three amazing sisters, movies are a bond that ties them all close. The proof can be found in this heartwarming animated shortmade by Paddy's daughter Janet, a student. If this is any indication, I think big things are in her future.

Ye royal links

content discovered on Monday, May 01, 2017

Just when I had begun getting used to arranging my Sunday nights around Feud, it ends. I know some TV shows make an entire season's worth of programming available at once, but I still believe there's something to be said for the experience of spending the week thinking about what will happen on next week's show, hurrying home in anticipation of a new episode, shutting out all potential distractions so you don't miss a thing. It seems like you appreciate a show more that way, instead of consuming an entir...

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City

content discovered on Friday, April 28, 2017

Citizen Jane: Battle for the Cityseen @ Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, New York NYI noticed the change in New York very quickly, days after I returned from living in Columbus. I took the subway to Williamsburg. I had worked in that neighborhood for over two years, and I was aware of its growing status as the new cool place to live. When I stepped outside, I noticed something right away: an increased presence of bicyclists. Not just for sport, either, but regular people too, mostly young, their bikes chained to r...

Unbreakable

content discovered on Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The 2017 Great Villain Blogathon is a tribute to the greatest, most sinister and most memorable antagonists in film history, presented by Speakeasy, Shadows Satin and Silver Screenings. For a complete list of participating bloggers, visit the links at any of these sites.Unbreakablefrom my DVD collectionElijah Price? Dude, there's no way he did all the things they say he did. I mean, if he were a billionaire like Lex Luthor, he could've afforded it. If he were a mutant like Magneto, he'd have the physica...


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