Saturday Night Fever – Director’s Cut (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Saturday Night Fever – Director’s Cut (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER – DIRECTOR’S CUT (1977) Starring John Travolta, Karen Lynn Gorney, Donna Pescow, Joseph Cali, Paul Pape, Barry Miller, Val Bisoglio, Julie Bavasso, Martin Shakar, Nina Hansen, Bruce Ornstein, Sam J. Coppola, Fran Drescher, Denny Dillon, Robert Costanza, Robert Weil, Bert Michaels, Helen Travolta, Ann Travolta and Sir Monti Rock III. Screenplay by … Continue reading

Billy Crudup and Guillaume Canet – Honoring Their Blood Ties
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Billy Crudup and Guillaume Canet – Honoring Their Blood Ties

Billy Crudup and Guillaume Canet – Honoring Their Blood Ties by Jay S. Jacobs Two brothers.  One is a cop.  The other is a gangster just getting out of an extended stay in jail and now sliding back into his old ways.  That’s going to make for some uncomfortable family holiday dinners. That dichotomy is … Continue reading

Blood Ties (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)
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Blood Ties (A PopEntertainment.com Movie Review)

BLOOD TIES (2014) Starring Clive Owen, Billy Crudup, Marion Cotillard, Mila Kunis, Zoe Saldana, Matthias Schoenaerts, James Caan, Noah Emmerich, Lili Taylor, Mark Mahoney, Charlie Tahan, Daisy Tahan, Domenick Lombardozzi, Jamie Hector, John Ventimiglia, Griffin Dunne, Eve Hewson, Dominik Tiefenthaler, Yul Vazquez and Austin Williams. Screenplay by Guillaume Canet and James Gray. Directed by Guillaume … Continue reading

Tony Lo Bianco Plants the Little Flower
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Tony Lo Bianco Plants the Little Flower

Tony Lo Bianco Plants the Little Flower by Ronald Sklar http://www.popentertainment.com/lobianco.htm The acclaimed actor returns to portray Fiorello La Guardia in Off-Broadway’s The Little Flower. Sometimes it’s so damn good, it’s meant to be revived — not just the play itself, but the lead actor perfectly channeling the main character. In this case, it’s Tony … Continue reading