Have you ever had one of those weeks? Don’t let go. Keep your eye on the goal, pray and keep climbing – one rung at a time. You’ll get there. Trust me.
Count Rugen could count on his right hand the number of times I’ve seen this movie, but the persistent Spanish swashbuckler, Inigo Montoya, from the classic 80s flick – the Princess Bride – immediately came to mind.
‘Well, I got her numba… in my iPhone! How do you like them apples?”
The late Gene Wilder as Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Actually, “it’s pronounced Fronkinsteen.”
I bet Michael Meyers would’ve killed it at the meat carving station. His cutlery skills were to die for.
The late comedy duo, Lemmon and Matthau, reprised their curmudgeonly on-screen friendship as John Gustafson and Max Goldman in the critically acclaimed film Grumpy Old Men. Like many relationships, their chemistry worked because of the time they spent together. In 30 years, the two had appeared in twelve films together.
When I think of Count Dracula it’s hard to shake the hypnotic image of Bela Lugosi as the famous vampire. Decades of vampire costumes seem to be based on this iconic depiction. Though Nosferatu was the first film to bring Bram Stoker’s mysterious character to life, the Hollywood debut of Dracula hit the big screen in 1931.