My list of survivor stands with: Carl Reiner, Mickey Rooney, Sid Caesar, Peter Falk, Dorothy Provine, and Jonathan Winters. What say you?
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
And I was second in line at the Trenton-area premiere...tried desperately to get there first, spent years cursing the kid who was in front of me, only to find out years later it was Bryan Singer (!)...Yes, I was at the Prince Movie Theatre on Route 202 for the opening of "Superman the Movie." I've probably seen the movie thousands of times since -- including the last time I saw it on the Big Screen, in Cleveland, Ohio during the June 1988 50th Anniversary Superman Celebration with Noel Neill, Kirk Alyn, Jack Larson and others in attendance...Yep, me and Supie go way, way back...Here's a copy of the trailer for "Superman the Movie." To quote Joel McHale, "Please to enjoy."
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the original release of "Star Trek The Motion Picture." I remember seeing it at the Eric Twin in Lawrence, NJ. I still like it after all these years -- and I still think Shatner's uniforms in this one were the best he had in any of the movies, and definitely the best toupee. Here's a McDonald's Happy Meal Commercial -- the introduction of the Happy Meal! -- featuring a Klingon from the movie and the voice of Gary Owens.
Thursday, December 3, 2009
Let me get this straight...Allen Iverson is back with the Sixers?...I see many upcoming handicapped parking space violations in the near future...I hope they are ready at the Bala Cynwyd Houlihan's, too...Bigger, better news is Placido Polanco is back with the Phillies...Worst Ed Wade trade ever, now reversed (kind of)...Talk about a world turned upside-down, though -- Chris Coste on the Mets? Yeesh...Tiger Woods cheated on his wife? Is nothing sacred?...If you put Karen Allen, Sally Field, Debra Winger and Brooke Adams in the one room today, could you figure out which one was which?
- Jim DeLorenzo
- Philadelphia, PA, United States
- A mild-mannered public relations professional in a great metropolitan city, Jim DeLorenzo fights the never-ending battle for truth, justice and the American way. He also roots for the Phillies, and has done so through thick and thin since he went to his first game in 1972.