The Hebrew Hammer marks its 20th anniversary since the comedy premiered on the mountains at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. I’ll be honest. I’ve been going to Sundance for quite a few years now and couldn’t believe that this film premiered at that same very festival. When I think of Sundance, The Hebrew Hammer is not a film that I think about. And yet, today is the anniversary of its world premiere at the Egypian…"The Hebrew Hammer Marks 20th Anniversary"
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Steven Spielberg’s war film, Saving Private Ryan, not only redefined the genre for war movies but the film holds up on the 20th anniversary. Twenty years after seeing the film in theaters in 1998, the World War 2 drama features the most intense opening in cinematic history. Following a bookend featuring the older James Ryan (Harrison Young), the opening runs close to a half hour alone. Spielberg manages to recreate the Normandy Invasion of June…"Saving Private Ryan: 20 Years Later"
Despite having an all-star talented cast, Once Upon A Time In Venice doesn’t live up to the action comedies that preceded it despite a talented cast. Directed by Mark Cullen from a script co-written with his brother, Rob Cullen, the film stars Bruce Willis, John Goodman, Jason Momoa, Thomas Middleditch, Famke Janssen, Stephanie Sigman, Adam Goldberg, Kal Penn, Christopher McDonald, and Wood Harris. Bruce Willis may be an action star but even his name alone…"Once Upon A Time In Venice is no Die Hard, pass on it"