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A long list of previous articles as well as recent thoughts on films I’m watching.
Remember Film Blog
This blog contains my publications from KSL.com, Flix Junkies and a number of other sites in the past. It also contains recent thoughts and movie reviews.
Retro movie review: ‘Harvey’ must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant
A throwback review of the 1950’s classic, “Harvey,” starring James Stewart and the uncredited invisible white rabbit, Harvey.
Retro movie review: 1927 'Wings' soars as first Academy Award
Around this time every year, while people guilt themselves into gym memberships and yoga classes, I wonder why I haven't seen more movies from the Academy's Best Picture category. Last year, I took a pretty good swing at remedying the issue. After a few months, I...
5 things Disney owns after the $52.4B deal with Fox
Did you know Disney now owns the rights to the television classic “Buffy the Vampire Slayer?” That’s just the beginning. Here is a list of five interesting things Disney now owns after its $52.4 billion deal with Fox.
What is the perfect movie order to enjoy a ‘Star Wars’ marathon
Oh sure, it seems like an easy question. But if you were to introduce someone to “Star Wars” series for their first time, would you really start with prequels? Check out our take on the perfect order, and let us know yours in the comments.
Directors who’ve made at least 3 good movies in a row
We all know of directors who have made two great movies back-to-back. But how many directors have made three consecutive critical or commercial successes? Here’s a list of five of our favorites.
Pixar is back to its heartstring-tugging ways with 'Coco'
If you’re looking for heartwarming family entertainment this Thanksgiving weekend, Pixar has you covered. That is, unless you’re ashamed to cry in public. In that case, you’ll want to wait and see “Coco” in the privacy of your own home.
5 takeaways from 'Justice League'
The Justice League is finally together, and we have the scoop on whether it’s more “Wonder Woman” or “Suicide Squad.”
Is ‘Daddy’s Home 2’ the Christmas movie you’re looking for?
As holiday movies begin finding their way to local theaters, we take a look to see how “Daddy’s Home 2” compares to other holiday favorites.
Utah Film Commission brings Hollywood to Utah
Director of the Utah Film Commission, Virginia Pearce, talks to KSL.com about why Hollywood loves Utah and where the best resources are for local filmmakers.