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Dennis McCarthy: A cruise down Van Nuys Blvd.’s memory lane

Tom Whitebirch pulled his 2015 GMC Acadia to the curb in front of Keyes Motors on Van Nuys Boulevard last week, and saw in his mind’s eye a short, fat kid wearing red and white checkered overalls holding up a hamburger on a plate, smiling at him. He’s not 82 now, he’s 16 – driving his 1941 Mercury Coupe with a powder blue paint job he paid $200 bucks for in 1953. Not the paint job, the whole car. A Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant used to be right here. It’s where all his pals in the Jesters, Hi Hats, a...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Bob, Bill, Air Force, Local News, Sam, Levi, Robert Redford, Pendleton, Tom, Valley, Natalie Wood, Penney, GMC Acadia


Frumpy Middle-aged Mom: Thanks, kids, for changing the radio station on me

Believe me when I tell you that it pains me to say this, but thank you, children. Thank you for annoying the you-know-what out of me for the last 12 years, which is about how long your arms have been long enough to reach over to change the radio channel without my permission. Many of you reading this probably know the fun of driving with little kids on the car. When you’re not shouting at them to stop bickering and sit back down in their seats, they can actually be entertaining when you all sing...
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Is It Love or Infatuation?

Falling in love feels euphoric, transporting us into a world of vivid colors. Everything is new and exciting. At first glance, it’s not much different from the experience of infatuation. However, over time, a love relationship evolves into a deep intimacy that strengthens each partner, while infatuation erodes one’s self-esteem, triggers addiction, and fosters insecurity. How do you know if what you have is love or infatuation? Here are a few ways you can begin to distinguish between the two. ...
Tags: Psychology, UK, General, Relationships, Love, Self-help, Self-esteem, Intimacy, Dating, Valentine's Day, Infatuation, Woody Allen, Ralph Nader, Robert Redford, Henry Kissinger, Naim


Exclusive: Jason Reitman’s 5 Favorite Scenes From Political Movies

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive: Jason Reitman’s 5 Favorite Scenes From Political Movies Sony Pictures Entertainment provided ComingSoon.net the chance to chat 1-on-1 with director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air, forthcoming Ghostbusters 3) for his political biopic The Front Runner, based on the presidential campaign former Senator Gary Hart. We asked Reitman to tell us his 5 Favorite Scenes From Political Movies, and he took extra time and care to think about the topic. Check out his choic...
Tags: Texas, Movies, San Francisco, Dave, Hugh Jackman, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Mike Nichols, Jason Reitman, Kevin Kline, Ben Kingsley, Robert Redford, Max, Hart, Redford, Stanton, Elaine May


Watch: 'Don't Be a Hero' Short About an Unhappy Cowboy Bank Robber

"I got robbed… by a cowboy." If you were a successful bank robber, would your life really be better? That's one of the questions hidden within this short film titled Don't Be a Hero, from writer/director Pete Lee. Don't Be a Hero is about a middle-aged woman who battles her loneliness and boredom by robbing banks in the guise of a cowboy on her lunch break. But after the adrenaline rush wears off, she still has to deal with her deeply unhappy life. It's inspired by a true story - which isn't...
Tags: Movies, Short Film, Robert Redford, Don, Missi Pyle, To Watch, Unhappy Cowboy Bank Robber, Pete Lee Don, Lizzy Jo, Link Ruiz Hojo Shin, Ashley Spillers


7 Ways to Let Go of a Past Love

According to Oscar Wild, “the heart was made to be broken.” Few experiences are as painful as severing the ties with a romantic partner — even if you’re the one who initiated the breakup. Your world may feel groundless, colorless, meaningless. However, a heartbreak can also inspire surprising self-growth and gift you with a sense of independence and vitality that you didn’t know what possible. Often tears fertilize the seeds of self-transformation and nurture a new self that needed to be discov...
Tags: Psychology, Relationships, Divorce, Self-help, Woody Allen, Breakups, Grieving, Grief And Loss, Ralph Nader, Robert Redford, Personal Growth, Mental Health And Wellness, Marriage And Divorce, Coping, Heartache, Buddhist


Queen in drunken brawl, Prince Harry’s hell, and Meghan Markle’s secrets, in this week’s dubious Royal tabloids

The world’s longest-running soap opera, otherwise known as the British Royal Family, takes some shocking plot twists in this week’s dramatic though fact-challenged tabloids. “Drunken Camilla’s Brawl With Queen!” screams the Globe, complete with a photo of Her Majesty with a “bloody eye wound.” “Raging Camilla” attacked the Queen, “threw a glass of red wine in her face and ripped a treasured pearl necklace from Her Majesty’s throat” before Prince Charles dragged her off, the rag reports. “Crazy d...
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So long, sun dance! Robert Redford has us falling for his charms one last time, says BRIAN VINER 

The Old Man & The Gun (12A) Verdict: Whimsically engaging  Rating: Robert Redford gives what he has said will be his valedictory cinematic performance in the Old Man & The Gun, before shuffling, or at least walking with the purposeful but rather stiff gait of the codger he now inescapably is, into retirement. It appears that the great man, now 82, might backtrack on his plans to retire from acting.  But this is the perfect movie for his swansong, if swansong it proves to be, not least becau...
Tags: Matthew Mcconaughey, Religion, Fbi, Tom Waits, Northern Ireland, Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Detroit, Tessa Thompson, Celeb Gossip, Robert Redford, Dawn, Hunt, David Lowery, Janice, Riley


From Avril to Wu-Tang, the 10 Best Music Moments at Sundance

Sundance is mostly known for movie premiers and film deals, but among the sea of actors, industry folk and free booze (not necessarily in that order), Robert Redford’s legendary festival also dances into the wee hours of the night thanks to the wealth of music options available. Here are 10 performances that caught our eye […]
Tags: News, Wu Tang, Arcade Fire, Avril Lavigne, Pete Davidson, Robert Redford, Sundance, Machine Gun Kelly


How The Sundance Festival Is Evolving

In stepping back, Robert Redford is acknowledging the welcome ways in which the festival continues to evolve: Some 40 percent of this year’s movies were directed by women, and 36 percent were made by people of color. Meanwhile, 63 percent of the accredited press come from “underrepresented groups.” – The Atlantic
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‘After the Wedding’ Kicks Off Sundance With Laughs, Tears and Robert Redford

Anyone pressed about Robert Redford’s brief appearance at the Sundance opening press conference on Thursday morning, breathe easy — the Hollywood legend gave rare remarks on the opening night stage at a screening of Bart Freundlich’s “After the Wedding.” Redford gave an impromptu history of the 34-year-old festival, just before Freundlich teed up his latest […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Sundance film festival, Robert Redford, Freundlich, Redford, Bart Freundlich


Robert Redford steps back as the face of Sundance Film Festival

Robert Redford has been kicking off Sundance Film Festival for 34 years, but Thursday, he said he was ready to take a backseat role.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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How Sundance Is Trying to Diversify Its ‘Mostly White Male Critics’

The Sundance Film Festival has always been a leader when it comes to promoting diversity in front of and behind the camera. At a time when the movie business is under pressure to become more representative, Sundance has led the way, inviting a large number of storytellers who are female and who are people of […]
Tags: News, Markets & Festivals, Sundance film festival, Robert Redford


New US Trailer for Silent Sailing Thriller 'Styx' Starring Susanne Wolff

Film Movement has debuted an official US trailer for a dramatic thriller titled Styx, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival last year to quite a bit of worthy acclaim. This mostly-silent film is about a woman who decides to embark on a solo sailing journey from Europe to to Ascension Island in the Atlantic Ocean. Not only does she encounter a violent storm that nearly kills her, she encounters something else that changes her forever. Susanne Wolff stars in this, giving an incredible pe...
Tags: Europe, Movies, Trailer, Berlin, US, Robert Redford, Atlantic Ocean, Ascension Island, Indies, To Watch, Susanne Wolff


Robert Redford Sells Wine Country Estate

After just two months and an avalanche of international publicity, polymath showbiz legend Robert Redford has sold his secluded Napa Valley wine country estate on the outskirts of St. Helena, Calif., for $7 million, about 7% below the $7.5 million asking price. The still prolific, octogenarian actor, director and producer acquired the picturesquely sylvan, not […]
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50 moments from 1969 that shaped entertainment and pop culture

It was the last year of the ’60s, and the last year for Boris Karloff, Judy Garland and the Beatles, too. But it was also the first year for Led Zeppelin, Jennifer Aniston, “Easy Rider” and Jay-Z, too. John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent part of it in bed in public. The Doors’ Jim Morrison spent part of it in jail. Moviegoers spent time watching “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” while at home they watched a brand-new show called “The Brady Bunch” about a brand-new kind of blended family, the youn...
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Robert Redford to Receive Honorary Cesar Award

Legendary American actor and director Robert Redford is set to receive an honorary Cesar award, France’s equivalent of the Oscars, at the 44th annual César ceremony, which will take place on Feb. 22 in Paris. “An iconic actor, an exceptional director, a passionate producer, founder and president of Sundance, the most revered festival of independent […]
Tags: News, France, Global, Paris, Robert Redford


Music Scores Big Wins At Golden Globes 2019

Music related films scored big wins at last night's 76th Golden Globe Awards. “Bohemian Rhapsody” was the surprise winner for Best Drama and "Green Book" the winner of Best Film Comedy/Musical.  Rami Malek best actor for “Bohemian Rhapsody" and Glenn Close won best actress for “The Wife. ”Lady Gaga won for co-writing the "Star Is Born" title track "Shallow." BEST ACTOR IN A TV SERIES – MUSICAL/COMEDY Sacha Baron Cohen, “Who Is America?” Jim Carrey, “Kidding” Michael Douglas, ...
Tags: Amazon, Music, Hbo, Benedict Cumberbatch, Nbc, Mahershala Ali, America, Julia Roberts, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso Cuarón, Showtime, Emma Stone, Jim Carrey, Lady Gaga


The 2019 Golden Globes Winners List

The 2019 Golden Globe Winners list revealed! The 76th annual Golden Globe Awards will kick-off soon on NBC with co-hosts Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg, and we’ll be keeping track of all the winners. Check back here as we’ll be updating the list below as they’re announced! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { v...
Tags: Hbo, TV, Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Nbc, America, Julia Roberts, Netflix, Nicole Kidman, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso Cuarón, Showtime, TV News, Emma Stone, Jim Carrey, Olivia Colman


‘The Old Man and the Gun’ Extended Preview: Robert Redford Makes a Smooth Getaway

Robert Redford may or may not be retiring from the acting business, but if he does, he leaves a spectacular swan song in his wake. And you could soon own that swan song on Blu-ray or DVD. The Old Man and the Gun, which stars Redford as an aging bank robber who pulls off an unprecedented string of heists across the country, is coming soon to home video. But if you’re still not convinced to buy this serene and soulful drama, Fox Searchlight has released an The Old Man and the Gun extended preview...
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The Best Soundtracks of 2018: “What Does Joy Sound Like?”

The films of 2018 featured lovely, strange, and sometimes downright terrifying music. Just what it is that makes a good soundtrack? Is it something that stands out, intruding on scenes? Or is it something that hangs back, to the point where you don’t even notice it? Or perhaps it’s something in between. Or maybe the best film scores are the ones that trigger a specific emotion somewhere within your mind; a memory, a regret, a loving embrace. Music that cuts right through to your very soul. Musi...
Tags: Halloween, London, Movies, Features, Radiohead, Netflix, Revenge, Rob, John, Steve McQueen, Hereditary, John Williams, Sicario, Zimmer, Neil Armstrong, Robert Redford


‘Vice’ Editor on Why It Was ‘One of the Toughest Movies’ He’s Ever Worked on

Hank Corwin has worked with some of film’s most iconic directors — Robert Redford, Oliver Stone, Barry Levinson and Terrence Malick. He’s frequently edited earnest dramas, like Stone’s “Nixon” and Malick’s “The Tree of Life.” But his two latest feature outings — Adam McKay’s “The Big Short,” released in 2015, and the Dick Cheney biopic “Vice,” […]
Tags: Artisans, Production, Oliver Stone, Vice, Dick Cheney, Terrence Malick, Robert Redford, Adam Mckay, Nixon, Stone, Malick, Hank Corwin, Robert Redford Oliver Stone Barry Levinson


Nordisk Film to Produce Feature Film, Miniseries About ‘Out of Africa’s’ Karen Blixen

Nordisk Film is developing “The Lioness,” an international feature film and a miniseries about Karen Blixen, the Danish author best known for her autobiographical novel “Out of Africa,” which Sydney Pollack adapted into the 1985 pic starring Meryl Streep and Robert Redford. The film and miniseries will be written by Jakob Weis (“That Time of […]
Tags: News, Africa, Global, Meryl Streep, Robert Redford, Sydney Pollack, Karen Blixen, Nordisk Film, Jakob Weis


Soaking in the Africa wonderland Lake Manyara Tanzania

When you go away... you don't always go on safari do you Just want to be away. Meryl Streep asked Robert Redford in the movie Out of Africa. Thats exactly what I felt when I returned to Africa only after a few months I came back from Kenya. Now
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How ‘Star Wars’ Borrows From ‘Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid’

(Welcome to The Movies That Made Star Wars, a series where we explore the films and television properties that inspired (or in this case help us better understand) George Lucas’s iconic universe. In this edition: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid .) Losing the screenwriter William Goldman was a blow to the world of cineastes last month. He was one of the sharpest writers ever to come to Hollywood and he had a distinct way of playing a tense scene for laughs and making giggle at how good i...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Western, Sci-fi, Features, Roger Ebert, Lucasfilm, Goldman, George Lucas, Paul Bettany, Bolivia, Robert Redford, Naboo, Ebert, Paul Newman


‘The Mustang’ Trailer: Matthias Schoenaerts Tames Horses and Himself in Robert Redford-Produced Drama

Robert Redford may or may not be retiring from acting, but he’s keeping busy behind the camera, executive producing an inspiring horse drama starring Red Sparrow‘s Matthias Schoenaerts. In The Mustang, Schoenaerts stars as a violent, unhinged convict who undergoes a unique state-mandated rehabilitation program that teaches him to tame wild horses.  The Mustang Trailer Directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, The Mustang follows a convict in a rural Nevada prison who is required to partici...
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Robert Redford’s The Mustang Trailer and Photos Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Robert Redford’s The Mustang trailer and photos released Focus Features has released the official trailer for the upcoming drama The Mustang, starring Matthias Schoenaerts (Red Sparrow) and executive produced by Robert Redford. Check out the trailer below, as well as the new photos in the gallery! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}...
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9 Golden Globes surprises, snubs and more as the nominations are revealed

Nominations for the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards arrived on Thursday and while a lot of the news was expected – “A Star Is Born” continues to roll in the early rounds of awards shows’ nods – there was plenty you might not have guessed in the office pool, such as the fact that “Vice,” the Dick Cheney biopic that doesn’t arrive in theaters until Dec. 25, leads the pack with six nominations. Still, you knew the movie that stars a bulked-up Christian Bale as a Cheney look-and-sound-alike was goin...
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The miracle of Sissy Spacek – why it's time to rediscover her genius

She stars in The Old Man & the Gun, but all the film’s publicity has been about Robert Redford. Anyone who hasn’t encountered her earlier performances is in for a treatTroubling news just in of a well-known comic in his early 30s, who approached a friend of mine at a party and squinted at his T-shirt. “What does that say?” he asked. “S-I-S-S-Y S-P-A-C-E-K?” (It was one of those Girls on Tops-style affairs, with the name of a female actor or film-maker emblazoned in capital letters.) An explanati...
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