She got her first film role with her mother in Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore. Shortly after, he retreated with the Band to a rented house, Big Pink, and recorded a record number of demos. Dylan hoped to meet his idol, Woody Guthrie, in New York.
Kevin Costner is one of the biggest stars in movie history. He has had huge hits with dramatic, action and comedic films. Some of these films have become modern classics. Costner is also one of the biggest risk takers in Hollywood. He often makes pictures that are unique and not necessarily safe bets at the box office. Five of Costner’s best movies are Field of Dreams, Dances with Wolves, Bull Durham, Tin Cup and Upside of Anger.
In 1974, Dylan released his first #1 album, Planet Waves. He went on a sold-out 40 show tour which produced the live set, Before the Flood. It was the most successful tour in rock ‘n roll history. Just before the tour, he and his wife, Sara, split. The pain of the breakup was reflected in his next #1 album, Blood on the Tracks, released in 1975. This is also the year Basement Tapes, portions of Big Pink bootlegs, officially appeared.
Keaton began her acting career in 1940. Her first major role was in “The Godfather” and she 12 years a slave awards years a slave awards for Best Actress with “Annie Hall” in 1977. This is one stop on her current 4 city book tour. The program is expected to last about 45 minutes and includes an audience Q&A. Afterwards, there will be a book signing followed by a post-event dessert reception.
While they are not my personal favorite films, I do think you have to give credit to the Men In Black movies. These movies have grossed so much money that it cannot be ignored. A third installment is on the way as well.
A house of ill-repute in Big Whiskey, Wyoming, offers a $1000 reward to whoever can kill two cowboys who cut-up the face of one of their whores. This upsets the local sheriff, a former gunfighter known as Little Bill Daggett who doesn’t allow guns or assassins in his town.
I Just Called To Say I Love You was written, produced, and performed by that blind wonder of a man Stevie Wonder. First featured in the movie The Woman In Red, it has since become a classic hit sung all over the place. Both appreciated and criticized for its simplicity, the song did not just win the Best Song Oscar in 1984, but also the Golden Globe. One of Stevie Wonder’s songwriting partners, Lee Garett would later dispute Wonder’s songwriting credit, claiming he wrote the song before the year 1984.
Since winning the illustrious Oscar five years ago, Navarro, whose work also includes “Desperado,” “Jackie Brown,” and “Hellboy,” says he has been searching for projects that will allow him to develop a parallel reality from scratch.
I also have to mention Lawrence of Arabia. Peter O’Toole stars as P.E. Lawrence in this film about a controversial British military figure and his inner conflicts during war. This film is the definition of a classic.