Tag: Harrison Ford

Box Office Flashback, Film

Box Office Flashback: February 13, 1997

A long time ago in a country that seems far, far away ......

photo credit: Joe Mazza, Brave Lux

Books, Film

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words: Christine Sneed

Author Christine Sneed talks about a few of her favorite movies....

Film, Humor

Popdose Exclusive: George Lucas’s Rejected Plans for “Star Wars VII” Revealed!

“The story ideas that I sold to Disney, they came up to the decision that they didn’t really want to do those,” George Lucas...

Muppet Family Christmas, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol, Star Wars Holiday Special: All worthy of reconsideration.

Popdose Lists, Television

Popdose Prime: The Top Five Almost Forgotten Holiday TV Specials

With “A Charlie Brown Christmas” having already made its first appearance of the season, and ABC Family’s “25 Days of Christmas”...

Music, Popdose Interviews

Matthew Sweet On His Old “Girlfriend,” New Music + Working With J.J. Abrams

Matthew Sweet stops by Popdose for yet another interview! This time, he's talking tour dates, new music + J.J. Abrams!...

Books, Legendary

Legendary: Chapter 1

Popdose presents "Legendary," a serial novel with art and music. Chapter 1: It's 1987. Meet Allison, a girl who's just gotten through the...

Dw. Dunphy On..., Film

Dw. Dunphy On… “Star Wars VII” — It’s Only One Photo!

A picture's worth a thousand words -- they don't necessarily say anything though....

Film, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1993: “The Fugitive”

Hinky? What's a hinky? ...

Film, Popdose Flashback

Popdose Flashback 1973: “American Graffiti”

Could this be the best thing George Lucas ever made?...

Film, Popdose Lists

Popdose Prime: 10 Movies That Are Spin-Offs, Not Sequels, of Popular Movies (Like Disney’s “Planes”)

Spin-offs are the new reboot. Big studio movies are usually part of a franchise at this point, and they are going to become even more...

Film

The Great Summer Movies: It’s Not the Years, Honey, It’s the Mileage

George Lucas has been written off as an emotionless technophile who built a billion-dollar empire on the backs of Ewoks and clones. To be...

Film, Popdose Lists

Popdose Prime: 10 Movies With Amusing Fictional Presidents

As Americans we like our president to be some combination of likable and better than us. Our last two presidents got in this way, albeit in...

Box Office Flashback, Film

Box Office Flashback: January 9, 1992

Where does the time go? SERIOUSLY, WHERE DID THE PAST WEEK GO? Let's find out together as we collectively experience a Box Office Flashback...

Film, Revival House

Revival House: “Snakes … why did it have to be snakes?”

This week's Revival House celebrates the 30th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark....

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Film, Soundtrack Saturday

Soundtrack Saturday: “Working Girl”

Kelly Stitzel discusses the 1988 Mike Nichols hit, Working Girl and its Carly Simon-penned theme song, much to the delight of Jeff...

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Film, No Concessions

No Concessions: “Morning Glory,” Rom-Com Done Better

Rachel McAdams calls Popdose headquarters to find out what Bob Cashill thought of Morning Glory. He gives her the good and "bang"...

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Film, Listmania

Listmania: Top 10 Kick-Ass Movies

We've collected our top 10 favorite movies that are guaranteed to kick your ass. Bring your large soda and popcorn along as we count them...

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Basement Songs, Music

Basement Songs: Eddie Vedder with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, “The Long Road”

Scott Malchus reflects on his struggles of faith and spirituality in the latest Basement Songs....

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Book Reviews, Books

Book Review: Matt Springer, “Unconventional”

See, now this is what Fanboys wanted to be. The debut novel (or novella, as somewhat grumpily conceded in the Author’s Note) from...

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Current Events, Sugar Water

Sugar Water: Love and Death

Actor Bruce Willis turned 54 on March 19, the same day famous friend David Letterman married Regina Lasko, his girlfriend of 23 years. Two...

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Film, Sugar Water

Sugar Water: Harrison Ford

If you were to ask me what I wanted to be when I was growing up, I could lie and say “astronaut” or “baseball...