The Oscar-winning Forrest Gump, directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks, marks its 26th anniversary since opening in theaters. Forrest Gump‘s 26th anniversary comes at a time when we are having a national conversation about race. Along with this conversation comes a simultaneous discussion about monuments and such that honor the Confederacy. Personally, I’m not of the belief that we should outright cancel this film. At the same time, I think we do need…"Forrest Gump Marks Its 26th Anniversary"
The Legally Blonde Collection–starring Reese Witherspoon–arrives on Blu-ray in a two-disc set containing both new and classic bonus features. Legally Blonde Reese Witherspoon is the single-best thing about Legally Blonde, a comedy that has no business being as fun and entertaining as it is. After being dumped by boyfriend Warner Huntington III (Matthew Davis), Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) gets the idea to enroll in law school. Woods decides to get her revenge by applying to the…"Legally Blonde Collection arrives on Blu-ray"
Lincoln works as well as it does because the Abraham Lincoln biopic chooses to focus on the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment. Steven Spielberg is one of America’s greatest directors. As such it makes perfect sense for Spielberg to direct a biopic of one of the nation’s greatest presidents. While Tony Kushner’s script could very well focus on Lincoln’s entire life, it would just be too much for one film. Instead, we get a focus…"Lincoln: A Film Worthy of President Abraham Lincoln"