July 22nd, 2021 / 5 Comments

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The Twilight Saga was released this week on Netflix USA and Scott Mendelson wrote an opinion piece for Forbes on how Twilight occupied all 5 tops spots among Netflix’s Most-Watched Movies. Below is an excerpt:

The $3.3 billion-grossing Twilight Saga did more than any other modern franchise to debunk the notion that films for and about girls and women were box office poison.

However, at least for today, all five of the top movies on Netflix’s “daily most-watched” list are all five installments in The Twilight Saga. Alas, they aren’t in exact order, as it goes Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight (the first and still the best), Chris Weitz’s New Moon (the worst), Bill Condon’s Breaking Dawn part II (the best sequel with a terrific final reel), David Slade’s Eclipse (the threequel and the only chapter to crack $300 million domestic) and Condon’s Breaking Dawn part I (the one where Bella and Edward get married and have bed-breaking sex before birthing a human/vampire baby).

Stewart and Pattinson both “recovered” from the “Eww, those movies are for girls” cultural backlash and became prestigious and engrossing adult actors. … Pattinson is playing Batman and has crafted an onscreen persona closer to Chris Walken and Crispin Glover than Chris Hemsworth or Chris Pine. I wish Catherine Hardwicke got more mileage out of launching the franchise. Twilight, with an indie sensibility and a self-knowing wit, is easily the best of the bunch. 

Click on link above to read the full opinion piece. Personally, I agree with Scott, Catherine Hardwicke’s Twilight was the best of all the films for me. Eclipse was the most disappointing.

July 16th, 2021 / 3 Comments

Josh Horowitz talked to Colin Farrell about The North Water (which is a book I’ve been meaning to read for eons) and of course The Batman. Here is a snippet of what Colin had to say – you can listen to the rest of the interview on either of the links below or at Spotify. His praise for Matt Reeves is so encouraging – not that I thought I could get more excited for this film.

Thanks @thebatfilm for heads up.

July 15th, 2021 / 1 Comment

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Holy Batman … what a treasure to wake up to. You can check out more from this shoot HERE

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ

July 14th, 2021 / 3 Comments

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Holy holy – look at that smile. Two new pics in one day – loving them both. Check out more at our gallery

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ

July 14th, 2021 / 0 comments

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Reggie Watts, an American comedian and musician, shared his pic with Rob taken possibly on 12 July 2021 at a private gym in LA. By the way Rob and Reggie are both looking my-tee-fine.

July 13th, 2021 / 1 Comment


Dread Central wrote an article about “The 5 Best Mom and Pop Video Stores in LA” and this is what CineFile Video had to say:

“The success of the shop can be attributed to a few different major factors. First, we are basically the last indie movie rental serving LA,” Mathews tells Dread Central. “Next, we have been around for so long that we have a lot of name recognition, especially within the film industry. We have a lot of directors, producers, actors, writers and agencies that make us their go-to. Before working with Claire Denis, Robert Pattinson came to the shop and rented her entire catalog! Finally, we try and keep things simple…We have the movies, we have the employees that know all things film, and we make sure great customer service is our top priority!”

Rob doing his research – that’s why they have such a great rapport. Makes me wish I owned a video store in LA as good as CineFile Video.

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for heads up

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