So Last Week....
2018 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz.
The loss of a legend, a controversial poster, another actress joins Ralph and a game show flub for the ages. Enjoy our pop culture recap quiz for the 33rd week of 2018.
Weekend Wrap-Up
He wouldn't be more than a morsel!.
Just when it seemed like summer was over, we get a good old fashioned surprise breakout.

In a big way, the #1 film of the weekend is The Meg, reeling in a solid $44.5 million, waking up a sleepy mid-August box office weekend.
     


 
 
Movie Review: Eighth Grade
Worst year ever.
Nail, meet head. Considering the title of this film, it certainly encapsulates that year of life which most of us experienced, and most of us would rather forget.
5 Cons to Come
Here come the cons.
It’s that time of the season when summer blockbusters start winding down and the fall convention circuit starts reving up.
Hot/Heat Movie Titles
Hot/Heat Movie Titles Trivia Quiz
We'll give you a short description of a movie, you have to pick the correct heat-related word the appears in the title.
Overpaid Jerks
2018 Weekly Sports Trivia Quiz
A historic elimination, hitting for the cycle, college football controversy and an immaculate inning. Here comes our sports recap quiz for the 33rd week of 2018.
Friday Box Office Analysis
Jason Statham will eat the shark!
We've said it for years, and our Dan Krovich coined the phrase: Animals eating people = $$$$$.
This Is So Last Week
2018 Weekly Entertainment, Celebrity and Pop Culture Trivia Quiz
Who's an unlikely diplomat? Which house was won and the loss? What did the Academy do? And which band is going home? Pop culture recap quiz for the 32nd week of 2018.
Weekend Forecast
No.
Your typical grab bag of leftovers headlines this August weekend at the box office.
Movie Review: Crazy Rich Asians
Time for the big dance number!
The best romantic comedies remind you to believe in love. If you’re watching with a significant other, you’ll reach for their hand during the big, sweeping romantic gestures onscreen.
July 2018 Box Office Recap
Movies are doomed. I have seen the signs, reviewed the almanacs, studied the tea leaves, questioned the psychics (who knew I was coming)...
Review - M:I - Fallout
Are the missions *really* impossible?
On paper, its ambitions as a spy thriller, at least as far as spectacle, should have yielded quite the mesmerizing movie-going experience.
TV Families
TV Families Trivia Quiz
In this quiz, we'll serve up the name of a family having appeared in a TV family over the years.
The Big Picture
Recent & upcoming films, awards and, if we're lucky, home phone numbers

August 16, 2018
Career notes, awards, recent and upcoming movies.

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Psalm 149, a passage about David in in the Book of Samuel, and a verse from Ecclesiastes are read aloud during a town council meeting in this movie.

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Top 5
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Top 5 Bill Murray Movies
  1. Groundhog Day
  2. Quick Change
  3. Rushmore
  4. Ghostbusters
  5. Scrooged
This Date in Film History
  1949:

Author of Gone with the Wind Margaret Mitchell dies in a car accident in Atlanta, Georgia.

1950:

Sidney Poitier and Ruby Dee both make their screen debuts in No Way Out.


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