An animated story about a stone age family undoubtedly makes the classic Flintstones pop up in your head. The question that arises is, of course, "Can this story by Dreamworks, with practically the same stone-age setting, challenge the old one?" Pixar has proven they can make a funny story out of just about anything from bugs to cars to even the retired, elderly grumpy men with walking aids.
Actor John Ingle, best known for his role as Edward Quartermaine on ABC's General Hospital, died in his California home at the age of 84 on Sunday. Ingle, who had been battling cancer, made his last appearance on General Hospital, on which he’d been a cast member for 19 years, on September 11, 2012, and he left behind a glowing legacy.
Zac Efron, 24, doesn't have to do much to convince people he's growing up. Efron went from being in a High School Musical to training as a Marine for his new role in Scott Hicks' The Lucky One, based on the eponymous novel by Nicholas Sparks.
Almost 24 years after its theatrical release, Norman Jewison’s Moonstruck is available on Blu-Ray. While watching this quirky, feel-good comedy that swept many major categories at the 1987 Academy Awards, one biblical phrase tends to relentlessly ricochet in the head: oh, how are the mighty fallen.
The idea of real-life superhero is not new; it is as old as comics books. In fact, there have been people who have tried, usually in a variety of half-assed ways. For instance, in New York City, there are a handful of people who claim to be superheroes.