The Movies Frank Sinatra Didn’t Make!

If you need a good place to get started, I highly recommend the above mentioned films. The talk show queen is taking 300 people, from the studio audience of the season premiere show, along on a trip to Australia.

John Turturro’s Passione presents a remarkable series of musical set pieces entwined in the city of Naples (Napoli) – Southern Italian music videos, if you will.

In Kansas, the Schofield Kid pays a visit to the farm of William Munny, an aging yet notorious outlaw, down on his luck, and trying to reform. The Kid recruits Munny to kill the two cowboys. Munny recruits his old partner Ned Logan, another retired outlaw.

This is a great baseball movie that tells the story of ex-negro league players barnstorming the country during the era of segregation. While the film’s main character is loosely based on Satchel Paige the film is a work fiction. While the movie is meant to be a comedy it also has a serious and semi-tragic element to it as it deals with the racism that existed in America in the 1940s. Besides how can you go wrong with an all star cast that includes Billy Dee Williams, Richard Pryor and James Earl Jones!

One of the most famous fan of kilts is Sean Connery, fabulous and famous person, talented actor, loved by thousands of women. James Bond role gave him an opinion of one of the most handsome men in the world. This Scottish actor and producer has also 12 years a slave awards years a slave awards for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “The Untouchables”. And all these years kilt was his best friend!

The category Best Original Song first became a part of Oscar history at the seventh annual Academy Awards presentation. Since then little gold men have been getting handed out to musicians who composed or wrote songs specifically for a movie. Here are the winners from the 1980’s and a little background info on each tune.

No list of Morgan Freeman films would be complete without giving mention to Bruce Almighty. I mean, when you are being asked to play the part of God in a film, I think it is safe to say you have made it. Unless you’re Alanis Morissette and you happen to nab the part in Dogma.

I have no idea. You never know. He certainly is due. I can’t think of anyone else who has been nominated so many times and doesn’t have it. I think at this point in his career it makes no difference. He’s one of the most celebrated and recognized cinematographers in the world and has been for many years. He’s up there regardless.

One other film of this incredible actor’s that I feel the need to include on this list is Unleashed, or Danny The Dog. This movie was directed by Danny Boyle, who also directed 28 Days Later, Sunshine, and of course, Slumdog Millionaire.

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