World of Dance judge Derek Hough is a diverse entertainer, so it’s fitting that among his favorite movies are West Side Story, Singin’ In The Rain, and The Band Wagon. In this latest Flick City installment, Hough briefly discusses his love for each film. Check out the video below!
While interviewing This Is Us actress Susan Kelechi Watson, I asked her to name one of her favorite films. Check out the video below as she explains why Coming To America is a near perfect film!
If you live in or are visiting Los Angeles, feeling Laurel and Hardy’s presence may seem a bit of a stretch. Thanks to being part of a Stan & Ollie press tour (to celebrate the film’s DVD and Blu-ray release), I discovered these comedic icons were much closer than imagined.
This week I’m giving away my Blu-ray copy of Best Picture winner Green Book. The disc comes with the digital code as well. Entry details are below!
If you’re a fan of Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99, chances are you’re going to dig director/writer S. Craig Zahler’s Dragged Across Concrete. All three films are deliciously high caloric, cinematic meals, but thankfully Dragged Across Concrete stands on its own. Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn are the film’s biggest draws, but there’s much more behind the curtain.
Years ago I frequented that was right next to my Downtown Los Angeles apartment. Abby’s has more of an outdoor, San Diego type vibe, but the sentiment is the same. In our video, Abby’s cast members Neil Flynn and Natalie Morales reflect on their own bar experiences.
In today’s climate of political and social division, the freshman series The Village focuses on the priceless value of human connection. Cast member Warren Christie (Alphas, October Road) makes a good case on why the show, created by Mike Daniels (Sons of Anarchy, Shades of Blue), has potential for something special. Check out our video below!