Almost 80 years after Warner Bros. released the film in theaters, Casablanca remains one of the greatest films of all time. Bogart and Bergman put in performances that would also define both of their careers. It was a match made in heaven in casting the film. A love story that was also doomed from the very beginning. Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart), who remains neutral, runs Rick’s Café Americaine. It’s December 1941 and this is before…"Casablanca: One of the Greatest Films Ever Made"
There’s been many movie or television books released, be it biographies, memoirs, etc. Here’s a few that I recommend. Scrappy Little Nobody by Anna Kendrick If you follow Kendrick on Twitter or are a fan of her work in general, this is a must-own book. The actress writes about her life both in and out of the spotlight. These candid stories give us an inside look at Kendrick’s life with an upbringing that led her…"Movies and Television Books You Should Read!"