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Kickstarter Campaign: Remembering The Legacy of The Parent Trap Documentary

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  I first saw David Swift’s 1961 classic The Parent Trap on the Disney Channel (back when it was a premium pay cable channel like HBO, Showtime, or the Movie Channel that was really worth watching) years ago when I … Continue reading

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Willow (1988)

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“We need your help!” exclaims Willow Ufgood.  Madmartigan sarcastically says, “My help?  Why would you need my help?  You’re a sorcerer.”  Willow responds, “You’re a great warrior!  And a swordsman!  And you’re ten times bigger than I am, stupid!” After … Continue reading

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Return To Oz (1985)

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“If his brains ran down, how can he talk?” asks Jack Pumpkinhead.  Dorothy Gale responds, “It happens to people all the time, Jack.” For years, audiences clamored for more adventures to the land of Oz on the big screen, and … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 4/14/15 Recommendations

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Oz the Great and Powerful (2013)

With all the disappointing prequels that have been made over the years, it would only be natural to be cautious when Disney had announced that they were making a prequel to 1939’s The Wizard of Oz.  Disney, of course, had … Continue reading

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Those Oscar Missed Volume 1: Best Production Design

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  The original Yards of Grapevine link: Those Oscar Missed: Best Production Design Best Production Design is one of my favorite Oscar categories.  This is the category where artists can shine the most.  There’s been so much great work over … Continue reading

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Those Oscar Missed Volume 1: Best Original Score

The original Yards of Grapevine link: Those Oscar Missed: Best Original Score I have to admit that it was extremely difficult to pick just five major snubs of all time in the Best Original Score Oscar category (musical/song/adaptation scores are … Continue reading