How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) -Jean Negulesco

The next big recommendation in DK Canada’s The Movie Book is the comedy classic, Some Like It Hot, which I have previously screened, and loved, so I was delighted to dive into the What Else to Watch list and see what new delights I would discover within. First up is How to Marry a Millionaire,…

Trading Places – 35th Anniversary Edition: Blu-Ray Review

When it comes to 80s classic comedies, you can’t miss with the combination of director John Landis and actors Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd in the brilliantly hilarious Trading Places. Paramount Pictures brings this beloved and laugh out loud comedy to blu-ray for a 35th anniversary edition with a plethora of extras and laugh out…

Heaven Can Wait (1978) – Warren Beatty & Buck Henry

The next big title in the highly informative and entertaining The Movie Book from DK Canada is the superior film, A Matter of Life and Death from 1946. Having previously reviewed it, I moved right onto the What Else to Watch list and dove into the one film on there I hadn’t previously covered, the…

The Big Lebowski (1998) – The Coen Brothers

  The next recommendation from the Great Movies – 100 Years of Film book for my screening of Raging Bull (as a sports movie) is one of my all time favorite comedies, and one I quote almost as often as Ghostbusters and Back to the Future. Sports, in the form of bowling, is involved peripherally…

Some Like It Hot (1959) – Billy Wilder

Marilyn Monroe stars alongside Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon in this hilarious film that is the next title in Great Movies – 100 Years of Film. Curtis and Lemmon are Joe and Jerry, respectively, a sax and bass player in a speakeasy in 1929. Unfortunately, they’re both rather broke, and have just witnessed a gangland…

City Lights (1931) – Charlie Chaplin

Great Movies – 100 Years of Film has already proven itself a rather joyous addition to my collection, as I had an opportunity to watch another film listed as a recommendation after The Gold Rush. This time around Charlie Chaplin’s Tramp, one of the most iconic characters in cinema wanders the streets of the city,…