The Personality Kid (1934) Rated NR

Ritzy McCarty is a professional fighter who is managed by his wife, Joan. She wants him to continue fighting only until they have money, but he wants more. Starring Pat O’Brien, Glenda Farrell, and Claire Dodd.

This is just a snippet of a story about a man and his wife and what happens when you become famous. Ritzy doesn’t seem to have his feet on the ground, that’s his wife’s job. When fame and money start rolling in, he heads to the clouds and leaves his wife behind. The story is good, and the acting is good for the most part. Although, the film has no moral compass. Ritzy especially has no moral compass. He ran toward fame and fortune faster than I expected. It’s not a bad film, but it’s one that doesn’t have much depth to it. It’s not worth a watch.

The Personality Kid Original Trailer


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Golden Globe Awards Nominees 2019


Best Motion Picture – Drama

A Star Is Born
Black Panther
Bohemian Rhapsody
If Beale Street Could Talk

Best Motion Picture – Animated

Incredibles 2
Isle of Dogs
Mirai no Mirai
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language

Manbiki kazoku
Werk ohne Autor

Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Crazy Rich Asians
Green Book
Mary Poppins Returns
The Favourite

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama

Bradley Cooper for A Star Is Born
John David Washington for BlacKkKlansman
Lucas Hedges for Boy Erased
Rami Malek for Bohemian Rhapsody
Willem Dafoe for At Eternity’s Gate

Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Christian Bale for Vice
John C. Reilly for Stan & Ollie
Lin-Manuel Miranda for Mary Poppins Returns
Robert Redford for The Old Man & the Gun
Viggo Mortensen for Green Book

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

Glenn Close for The Wife
Lady Gaga for A Star Is Born
Melissa McCarthy for Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Nicole Kidman for Destroyer
Rosamund Pike for A Private War

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy

Charlize Theron for Tully
Constance Wu for Crazy Rich Asians
Elsie Fisher for Eighth Grade
Emily Blunt for Mary Poppins Returns
Olivia Colman for The Favourite

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Adam Driver for BlacKkKlansman
Mahershala Ali for Green Book
Richard E. Grant for Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Sam Rockwell for Vice
Timothée Chalamet for Beautiful Boy

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Amy Adams for Vice
Claire Foy for First Man
Emma Stone for The Favourite
Rachel Weisz for The Favourite
Regina King for If Beale Street Could Talk

Best Director – Motion Picture

Adam McKay for Vice
Alfonso Cuarón for Roma
Bradley Cooper for A Star Is Born
Peter Farrelly for Green Book
Spike Lee for BlacKkKlansman

Best Screenplay – Motion Picture

Green Book
If Beale Street Could Talk
The Favourite

Best Original Song – Motion Picture

A Private WarAnnie Lennox “Requiem for A Private War”
A Star Is BornLady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, Andrew Wyatt “Shallow”
Black PantherKendrick Lamar, Anthony Tiffith, Sounwave, SZA, Al Shux “All the Stars”
Boy ErasedJon Thor Birgisson, Troye Sivan, Brett McLaughlin “Revelation”
Dumplin’Dolly Parton, Linda Perry “Girl in the Movies”

Best Original Score – Motion Picture

A Quiet Place
Black Panther
First Man
Isle of Dogs
Mary Poppins Returns

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama

Billy Porter for Pose
Jason Bateman for Ozark
Matthew Rhys for The Americans
Richard Madden for Bodyguard
Stephan James for Homecoming

Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Antonio Banderas for Genius
Benedict Cumberbatch for Patrick Melrose
Daniel Brühl for The Alienist
Darren Criss for American Crime Story
Hugh Grant for A Very English Scandal

Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Bill Hader for Barry
Donald Glover for Atlanta
Jim Carrey for Kidding
Michael Douglas for The Kominsky Method
Sacha Baron Cohen for Who Is America?

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Drama

Caitriona Balfe for Outlander
Elisabeth Moss for The Handmaid’s Tale
Julia Roberts for Homecoming
Keri Russell for The Americans
Sandra Oh for Killing Eve

Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television

Amy Adams for Sharp Objects
Connie Britton for Dirty John
Laura Dern for The Tale
Patricia Arquette for Escape at Dannemora
Regina King for Seven Seconds

Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy

Alison Brie for GLOW
Candice Bergen for Murphy Brown
Debra Messing for Will & Grace
Kristen Bell for The Good Place
Rachel Brosnahan for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Alan Arkin for The Kominsky Method
Ben Whishaw for A Very English Scandal
Edgar Ramírez for American Crime Story
Henry Winkler for Barry
Kieran Culkin for Succession

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

Alex Borstein for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Patricia Clarkson for Sharp Objects
Penélope Cruz for American Crime Story
Thandie Newton for Westworld
Yvonne Strahovski for The Handmaid’s Tale

Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy

The Good Place
The Kominsky Method
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Best Television Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television

A Very English Scandal
American Crime Story
Escape at Dannemora
Sharp Objects
The Alienist

Best Television Series – Drama

Killing Eve
The Americans


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New This Week in Theaters, December 6, 2018

Image result for Asher 2018 Asher (R)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Famke Janssen, Ron Perlman, Richard Dreyfuss

An aging hitman’s last job goes sideways, forcing him to redeem himself.

Image result for Ben is Back 2018 Ben is Back (R)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Julia Roberts, Lucas Hedges, Courtney B. Vance, Kathryn Newton

A drug addicted teenage boy shows up unexpectedly at his family’s home on Christmas Eve.

Image result for Vox Lux 2018 Vox Lux (R)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Christopher Abbott, Willem Dafoe

An unusual set of circumstances brings unexpected success to a pop star.

Image result for Mary Queen of Scots 2018 Mary Queen of Scots (R)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Saoirse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Jack Lowden, Joe Alwyn

Mary Stuart’s attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I, Queen of England, finds her condemned to years of imprisonment before facing execution.

Image result for Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes 2018 Divide and Conquer: The Story of Roger Ailes (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Roger Ailes, Glenn Beck, Babette Bombshell, Catherine Corcoran

A documentary that explores the rise and fall of the late Roger Ailes from his early media influence on the Nixon presidency to his controversial leadership at Fox News.

Image result for Tyrel 2018 Tyrel (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Christopher Abbott, Trust Arancio, Nicolas Arze, Max Born

Tyrel, a sole black man, attends an otherwise all-white weekend of drunken bro debauchery on a birthday trip to a cabin in the Catskills.

Image result for Die Unsichtbaren 2018 Die Unsichtbaren (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Max Mauff, Alice Dwyer, Ruby O. Fee, Aaron Altaras

Four young Jews survive the Third Reich in the middle of Berlin by living so recklessly that they become “invisible.”

Image result for Central Park movie Central Park (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Grace Van Patten, Ruby Modine, Marina Squerciati, Michael Lombardi

Central Park is a unique, genre bending thriller/horror film that spans one night in the worlds’ most famous park. Six best friends, high school students, prepare for a night of fun. School is boring, family life unbearable, and Harold and his friends have turned Central Park into their ‘spot’. Young and invincible; Harold and his crew own this city. Unbeknownst to them, a revenge-seeking executioner prepares to kill them off one by one to pay for the sins of the father.

Image result for Great Great Great movie Great Great Great (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Sarah Kolasky, Dan Beirne, Richard Clarkin, Meredith Cheesbrough

A young couple’s decision to get engaged threatens to break them apart.

Image result for The Great Pretender movie The Great Pretender (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Esther Garrel, Maëlle Poesy-Guichard, Keith Poulson, Linas Phillips

The lives of a French theater director, her ex-boyfriend, and the two actors playing them intersect dramatically in this tangled and darkly funny roundelay set in the New York theater world.

Image result for Clara's Ghost movie Clara’s Ghost (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Paula Niedert Elliott, Chris Elliott, Abby Elliott, Bridey Elliott

Set over the course of a single evening in the Reynolds family home in suburban Connecticut, Clara’s Ghost tells the story of Clara Reynolds who, fed up with constant ribbing from her self-absorbed showbiz family, finds solace in and guidance from the supernatural force she believes is haunting her.

Image result for The Charmer movie The Charmer (NR)
Opens on Friday, December 7
Starring: Ardalan Esmaili, Soho Rezanejad, Lars Brygmann, Susan Taslimi

“The Charmer” is an intense psychological drama about Esmail, a young Iranian man who is desperately looking to meet women who can secure his stay in Denmark. As time is running out he falls in love and his past catches up with him.

Synopsis by IMDB.

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Friends With Better Lives (CBS) Rated TV-14

A comedy of six friends who think each other has it better. Starring James Van Der Beek, Majandra Delfino, and Zoe Lister-Jones.

This show is very reminiscent of Friends. That’s unfortunate, but this show doesn’t do anything to make it any different than Friends. The show’s premise is that each friend believes that the other friends have it better. The show has a married couple, a single woman, an engaged couple, and a divorced man. From the first episode, the storyline just doesn’t seem to hold up. You can almost see where the writers are going to go with these characters, and where they are going isn’t intriguing enough to follow through nine years. Plus, the jokes were flat. I wish this show were different than Friends, but I had also hoped this show would be at least just as good if not better. Alas, it isn’t, making it not worth a watch.

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The Rookie (ABC) Rated TV-14

John Nolan, a 40-year-old man, moves to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of being a police officer. Starring Nathan Fillion, Titus Makin Jr., and Eric Winter.

I was pleasantly surprised by this show. We have a 40-year-old man that happens to be going through major life changes and experiences that make him reevaluate his life. His choice is to become a cop, at 40. This, of course, makes for some jokes but he’s in it for the long haul. The show has an ensemble cast; Fillion sets the tone, but the rest of the cast hold their own. The show has stories that pull us in and keep us entertained. I wouldn’t be surprised if this one sticks around. This show is worth a watch.


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New This Week on DVD, December 4, 2018

 Mission: Impossible – Fallout (PG-13)

Ethan Hunt and his IMF team, along with some familiar allies, race against time after a mission gone wrong. Starring  Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Ving Rhames

 The Nun (R)

A priest with a haunted past and a novice on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun in Romania and confront a malevolent force in the form of a demonic nun. Starring  Demián Bichir, Taissa Farmiga, Jonas Bloquet

 The Happytime Murders (R)

When the puppet cast of a ’90s children’s TV show begin to get murdered one by one, a disgraced LAPD detective-turned-private eye puppet takes on the case.  Starring Melissa McCarthy, Elizabeth Banks, Maya Rudolph

 Operation Finale (PG-13)

A team of secret agents set out to track down the Nazi officer who masterminded the Holocaust. Starring Oscar Isaac, Ben Kingsley, Mélanie Laurent

 ‘Til Death Do Us Part (PG-13)

Michael and Madison Roland had planned to spend the rest of their lives together, until one day Michael’s controlling ways turned their perfect marriage. With the help of her best friend, Madison decides to get away. After adopting a new identity, she meets Alex Stone and learns to love again. All is well, until Michael discovers Madison’s whereabouts, and recreates the nightmare she once lived all over again. Starring Bianca Bethune, Stephen Bishop, Mark G. Chapman

 God Bless the Broken Road (PG)

While grieving the loss of her husband, a financially struggling widow meets a race car driver. Starring Lindsay Pulsipher, Jordin Sparks, LaDainian Tomlinson

 McQueen (R)

The life and career of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen: from his start as a tailor, to launching and overseeing his eponymous line, and his untimely death. Starring Bernard Arnault, Joseph Bennett, Detmar Blow

 Pope Francis: A Man of His Word (PG)

Pope Francis travels the world speaking to those in need and delivering a message of hope. Starring Pope Francis, Ignazio Oliva, Sister María Eufemia Goycoechea

 The Miseducation of Cameron Post (NR)

In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians. Starring Chloë Grace Moretz, Steven Hauck, Quinn Shephard

 When Love is Not Enough: The Lois Wilson Story (PG)

Based on the true story of the enduring but troubled love between Lois Wilson, co-founder of Al-Anon, and her alcoholic husband Bill Wilson, co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. Starring Winona Ryder, Barry Pepper, John Bourgeois

 A Royal Winter (TV-G)

While on a last-minute European holiday, a young woman finds herself in the middle of a real-life fairy tale when a chance meeting with a handsome local leads to something more. Starring Merritt Patterson, Jack Donnelly, Samantha Bond

 A Royal New Years Eve (TV-G)

An aspiring fashion designer falls in love with her socialite client’s prospective fiancé, Prince Jeffrey. Starring  Jessy Schram, Sam Page, Crystal Balint

 Yellowstone: Season One (TV-MA)

A ranching family in Montana faces off against others encroaching on their land. Starring Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly

 Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer (PG)

When Blitzen announces his retirement on December 21st, a miniature horse has 3 days to fulfill his lifelong dream of earning a spot on Santa’s team at the North Pole try-outs. Starring Morena Baccarin, Josh Hutcherson, John Cleese

 I am Paul Walker (NR)

Documentary examining the life of the late actor Paul Walker. Starring Paul Walker, Tyrese Gibson, Rob Cohen

 Castlevania: Season One (TV-MA)

A vampire hunter fights to save a besieged city from an army of otherworldly creatures controlled by Dracula. Starring Richard Armitage, Graham McTavish, Matt Frewer

 Bronx SIU: Season One (NR)

Special Investigations Unit, focuses on an elite task force, based out of The Bronx, that handles all of New York City’s most demanding and difficult cases. Secrets, lies and double lives intertwine as the story of Bronx SIU unfolds. In this superbly paced, action thriller, where no one comes out the same way they went in. Starring Ameer Baraka, Denise Boutte, Eddie Davenport

 All the Creatures were Stirring (NR)

When an awkward date on Christmas Eve leads a couple into a strange theater, they’re treated to a bizarre and frightening collection of Christmas stories, featuring a wide ensemble of characters doing their best to avoid the horrors of the holidays. From boring office parties and last-minute shopping, to vengeful stalkers and immortal demons, there’s plenty out there to fear this holiday season. Starring Constance Wu, Jonathan Kite, Jocelin Donahue

 Christmas Blood (NR)

Murderer gets caught after terrorizing and killing people during Christmas night for past 13 years in Norway. After being in solitary for almost 6 years, psychopath escapes couple days before Christmas night. Police tracks next target of the psychopath to be in small village in the northernmost part of Norway. Group of friends are having reunion in the same village and unexpectedly end up being in part of Santa’s plan. Starring Julianne Aga, Pernille Baggeranas, Ida Malene Smith Bakke

 Christmas at Rosemont (TV-14)

In a raging blizzard five days before Christmas, two young people meet by chance: Lisa, 23, pregnant and scared, and Brad, a professional snowboarder. Both want to make it over the mountains ahead of the storm, Brad to attend a party announcing his engagement, Lisa because she’s desperate to get anywhere, so long as it’s away from the mysterious circumstances she’s running from. They don’t make it. The blizzard catches up with them – Brad’s car slams into a snow bank in the middle of the wilderness. They’re forced to seek shelter at the one structure they’ve past in the last ten miles: the Rosemont Lodge. Once a vibrant year-round resort, the Rosemont Lodge has been closed for nearly 20 years. Most of the Lodge has been sealed up; now, only a corner of the main building is inhabited. The lodge’s owner, Josephine, used to be the heart and soul of the resort – her personality, and her cooking, were as much of an attraction as were the hundreds of acres of pristine mountain wilderness surrounding the lodge. After a devastating family tragedy, Josephine closed the lodge; now a bitter woman in her 60’s, she lives as a total recluse behind “no trespassing” signs all over the property. Her only companion, and the Lodge’s sole remaining employee, is Abe, the caretaker, who maintains the place as best he can while steadily hitting the bottle all day long to insulate himself from the lashings of Josephine’s tongue. These two greet Brad and Lisa with shotguns – reluctantly Josephine agrees to take them in. Over the next several days the lives of these four people are transformed. They contend with the life threatening birth of Lisa’s baby, the embarrassing discovery of Lisa’s past, the blossoming romance between Brad and Lisa, the struggle for Lisa to keep her own baby. Above all there’s the growing connection between Josephine and Lisa, a connection that Josephine comes to believe is rooted in the tragedy of Josephine’s own past. It’s this connection that gradually brings Josephine – and Rosemont – back to life, and offers a glimmer of hope for the future of Lisa and the baby. Starring  Brad Dourif, Lochlyn Munro, Michael Gross

 Beautifully Broken (PG-13)

Beautifully Broken tells the story of three families impacted by the horror of Rwanda’s killing fields-two from Rwanda and one from Nashville, Tennessee. In many ways, these families could hardly be more different. But as Beautifully Broken unfolds, we see that families everywhere endure trials and hardships. Those who believe in God must decide whether they’re going to keep trusting Him, even in dark days. Starring Benjamin A. Onyango, Scott William Winters, Emily Hahn

 Westworld: The Complete Second Season (TV-MA)

Set at the intersection of the near future and the reimagined past, explore a world in which every human appetite can be indulged without consequence. Starring Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright

 Change in the Air (PG)

When a beguiling young woman moves in next door, a quiet neighborhood is awakened, bringing people face to face with their secrets and, ultimately, themselves. Starring Rachel Brosnahan, M. Emmet Walsh, Aidan Quinn

 The Handmaid’s Tale: Season Two (TV-MA)

Set in a dystopian future, a woman is forced to live as a concubine under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship. Starring Elisabeth Moss, Max Minghella, Yvonne Strahovski

Synopsis by IMDB.

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20 Feet From Stardom (2013) Rated PG-13

A documentary that follows the lives of backup singers to the iconic songs of our time. Starring Lou Adler, Stephanie ‘Stevvi’ Alexander, and Patti Austin.

This is a wonderful documentary on the singers behind the headlining performers. The documentary follows singers from the 60s until today and how their vocals are what we have come to love. Their vocals sometimes are better than the main singer, and it shows. Although, most backup singers don’t seem to be able to make a solo career. The film isn’t as informative as it could be, but it does bring to light what these singers did for the music industry. The movie is amazingly entertaining but doesn’t give us the information about what makes a backup singer a backup singer. This film is worth a watch.

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Unaccompanied Minors (2006) Rated PG

A group of unaccompanied minors bonds while stranded at Hoover International Airport on Christmas Eve. Starring Lewis Black, Wilmer Valderrama, and Tyler James Williams.

This is a far-fetched story of kids being kids running amuck through an airport late at night. It’s understandable that kids left alone will entertain themselves and bond as they are forced together. What’s far-fetched are the unrealistic ways the kids get out the situations they are in. I also found it unconvincing that everyone at the airport would be fast asleep. I’ve been in an airport at 2 am, and there are people sleeping, but most are awake either working or wandering around. Other than those few inconsistencies, the film is a cute family Christmas film. It is about coming together and spending the holiday together at all costs. It’s about sharing and giving to one another. It’s not the best film; it’s great for families, but for me, it’s not worth a watch.

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The Fifth Estate (2013) Rated R

The story of Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, as Wikileaks exposes deceptions and corruptions of power. Starring Peter Capaldi, David Thewlis, and Anatole Taubman.

Benedict Cumberbatch plays the founder, Julian Assange. I have to say it was an interesting portrayal. Cumberbatch portrays him as a crazy, neurotic man. Wikileaks is a controversial site, and the film brings that to the front, presenting Assange as an evil person. The Fifth Estate is about the media and what it has control over. It is shocking how much is watched and controlled. I didn’t feel that this film is a correct portrayal of the characters or the story, but I did think that it tells how much is out of our hands as consumers of the internet. I wish this had been a better film, but alas it is not, making it not worth a watch.

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The Woman in White (PBS) Rated NR

This is an adaptation of  Wilkie Collins’ classic gothic novel. Starring Jessie Buckley, and Olivia Vinall, Dougray Scott.

The film takes the adaptation of Collins’ novel and tries to make it more of a horror story. It doesn’t pull off this feat. The film jumps back and forth through time as it tells the story of Walter Hartright, Laura, and Marian Halcombe. The miniseries pushes the story along with obvious telling by the characters of what happened, when it happened, and how it happened. Nothing is a surprise even though the filmmakers were trying to pull it off as suspenseful. The film is long and boring and doesn’t hold our attention. This adaptation is not worth a watch.

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