by Sharon Knolle
There's no statute of limitations on education, otherwise disruptive (and much-older-than-the-norm) co-eds the Marx Brothers, Rodney Dangerfield, and rappers Method Man and Redman would never have been let onto campus. As...
by Eric Larnick
On July 25, 1980, a little movie called 'Caddyshack' premiered in theaters, but no one could anticipate that it would become one of the greatest comedies of all time. Directed by Harold Ramis, the ramshackle story of the...
by Peter Martin
Summer blockbuster season kicked off the first weekend of May for North America, but in other parts of the world it's just getting started. Egypt is defending its cinema turf against the pending Hollywood invasion by unleashing...
by Kim Voynar
We had Charlotte's Web on tonight (one of my fave childhood movies - although I must admit that Wilbur's whining does grate on my nerves after the third viewing or so in a 24-hour period) - and I got to wondering what's up with...
If ever there was a "late bloomer," it was American comedian Rodney Dangerfield. His father was a vaudeville pantomimist who was known professionally as Phil Roy, thus when Dangerfield struck out on his own stand-up comedy career at age 19 (he'd ... Read Full Biography