When Jean Luc Godard rediscovered Howard Hawks, American movie critics had already forgotten him. Read the biography of this genius director who created some of the most delicious comedies and captivating adventure movies.
Paramount made some great movies by using Alan Ladd as a lead, and this was reflected in the huge numbers they scored when it came to collecting their reward. Nevertheless, Alan Ladd’s life was not always dominated by glamour and lavishness, as he was one of the children who struggled during the Great Depression. Read a biography that presents the main events in the personal and professional life of this iconic star of the 1940s and 1950s.
The Coen brothers' “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” remains one of the greatest adventure movies of the 21st century. Entertaining, humorous, and ironic, it can be enjoyed by any public, but literature lovers will be completely mesmerized to find allusions to Homer’s Odyssey and James Joyce’s Ulysses.
John Ford’s 1940 masterpiece The Grapes of Wrath is still extremely popular among serious film enthusiasts, who praise its dense poetry and intense photography approach. This is a review of the film from the perspective of a Millennial who, of course, didn’t live the crisis but still was extremely touched by the movie.
No matter if you are planning an outdoor movie event or just a movie night in your garden, having a good screen is essential. Learn more about inflatable movie screens and see why it is worth investing a bit more in equipment when it comes to projecting movies outdoors.
Offering your kids and their friends a magic night outdoors where they can watch a movie and eat popcorn under the starry sky will definitely be an experience they will never forget. And it isn’t even that hard to organize. Check out our article for details about the types of outdoor movie screens and how you can set them up.