I have been extraordinarily busy at work, which means that my brain is fried by the time I get home most nights. And that also means that today, you’ll get an article that’s easy for me and fun for you. How about some examples of people writing really bad Netflix viewer reviews? These are presented completely unedited. Continue reading
Tag Archives: Citizen Kane
The Warner Brothers Blu-ray Elite program is still sending me free Blu-rays, and the latest batch provided an extraordinary treat- the 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector’s Edition of Citizen Kane (1941). The film was named the best American movie ever made in 1997 by the American Film Institute. It’s a completely unfair title to give a film because it’s now doomed to a history of backlash from fans who don’t love it as much as ________ (name anyone’s favorite movie). Let’s put that moniker away and instead dive into what makes it such an enduring and amazing film. Continue reading
I bought my first Christmas gifts the other day, which means the holiday season is officially under way. There are just a few weeks until Christmas. And so the fat man is on his way with his special bag of goodies. No, I’m not talking about Kevin Smith and a bag of weed. I’m referring, of course, to Santa Claus. To get in the holiday spirit, I’ve compiled a few movies that I think might be better with Santa Claus. Some of these are fantastic movies, tough to improve upon. But I think we all know that adding Santa Claus to anything instantly makes it better. Continue reading
I passed a milestone recently here at TDYLF. Thanks to the help of the editors over at IMDB, I passed the 100,000 Hits milestone on Sunday (with a whopping 80,000+ of those hits coming just since September 30th). To celebrate, I’m beginning a brand new series called “100 Things I Love About the Movies”. To be sure, there a LOT more than 100 things that I love about the movies. As such, this has the potential to become a series- 100 Things I Love About Horror Movies, 100 Things I Love About Foreign Movies, and on and on. I present to you the first edition of “100 Things I Love About the Movies”.