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INDIANAPOLIS!! WIN PASSES TO SEE SULLY, Wednesday September 7th at 7pm!! 1) go to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap. Share the post about this contest. 2) Go back to www.facebook.com/TheFilmYap and comment on the post about this contest and tell us what’s your favorite Tom Hanks movie? Synopsis: On January 15, 2009, the world witnessed the “Miracle on the […]
No, it’s not another “Monsters Inc.” prequel. It’s a biopic about one of the world’s most well-known pilots. “Sully” is cleared for takeoff to come to a theater near you on September 9, 2016. Tom Hanks will portray Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger. In 2009, some birds got into the engine of Sullenberger’s plane. Sullenberger was able to safely splash […]
Aaron Eckhart & Tom Hanks are going to fly. Tom Hanks will be Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger. In 2009, some birds got into the engine of Sullenberger’s plane. Sullenberger was able to safely splash down on The Hudson River, saving the lives of everyone on board. This was called the Miracle on The Hudson. Aaron […]
Clint Eastwood's tour de force war film takes inside the eagle's eye perspective of a prodigious killer who took lives with precision and anguish.
A complex portrait of a simple man, "American Sniper" features the performance of Bradley Cooper's career.
It didn't hit any high notes during its theatrical run, but "Jersey Boys" should be poised to be a video hit.
In this first entry of his new weekly column, Sam writes about a powerful scene in which Clint Eastwood sheds his decades-old tough-guy veneer.
The film version of the Broadway musical about the Four Seasons aims for the higher notes, and mostly hits them.
"Joe Kidd," from an original screenplay by Elmore Leonard, goes to show that even the best of us sometimes do stuff just for a paycheck.
I'm just glad Clint Eastwood survived the early tawdry portion of his directing career -- epitomized by the awful spy thriller "The Eiger Sanction."
The culmination of the Spaghetti Western genre, "The Good, the Bad and Ugly" is more a continuation of an ethos than a literal sequel.
Though it's slim from a storytelling perspective, "For a Few Dollars More" kept the spaghetti Western party going until it could reach its culmination.
It didn't score with critics or audiences, but "Trouble with the Curve" was one of the most emotionally evocative films of 2012.
If John Ford used landscapes as the backdrop for his character-driven stories, then Sergio Leone's primary canvas was the human face — preferably ravaged.