Peter O’Toole

Thomas Kinkade's Christmas Cottage

November 28, 2008 // 0 Comments

Thomas Kinkade is well known to many as a commercial artist. His colorful paintings of idyllic countryscapes, lush gardens, and houses lit warmly by sunshine have found their way into thousands of American homes, but they have also drawn criticism from [...]


January 18, 2005 // 0 Comments

"Augustus" is a 3-hour television min series that was originally released under the name "Imperium: Augustus." No idea why the name has changed for the DVD release, especially since it is still showing the original credits in the [...]

How To Steal A Million

November 9, 2004 // 0 Comments

There are certain films they just don’t make any more and these charming crime capers like "How To Steal A Million" are just some of them, sadly. I am not entirely sure, why these romanticized, playful and funny films that were full of [...]

The Stunt Man

December 10, 2001 // 0 Comments

Ever since the silents, Hollywood has been in love with itself. From Charlie Chaplin to Billy Wilder to Robert Altman, the movies occasionally, but not irregularly, pointed its cameras inward for that "insider’s glimpse" of the cogs and gears [...]

Lawrence Of Arabia

March 27, 2001 // 0 Comments

When David Lean’s 1962 epic "Lawrence of Arabia" first appeared on movie screens, it was hailed as an evolutionary leap in large-scale filmmaking and storytelling. When it blazed in 1989 again, courtesy of an extensive restoration to its [...]

Supergirl: Limited Edition

August 7, 2000 // 0 Comments

Why is it that "Supergirl" has always been treated like the ugly duckling in the shadow of its overly powerful cousin, "Superman?" Whatever the reasons are, Anchor Bay Entertainment decided to put an end to it and to bring [...]