Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome… to the 1972 film adaptation of the 1966 Broadway musical set in the last days of Weimar Germany. Starring Liza Minelli, Michael York, and Joel Grey, the film version was directed by choreographer Bob Fosse and won eight O
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This week, we’re wrapping up the month with the direct-to-video sequel to one of our first Aug-Heist movies. Spike Lee’s 2006 film Inside Man was his most financially successful film, but a follow-up was stuck in development hell for over a decade, de
This week, we’re getting wetter with Mikael Salomon’s natural disaster movie meets heist thriller from 1998. When a group of robbers led by Morgan Freeman try to steal the payout from an armored car in a town evacuated due to flooding, it’s up to ro
This week, we’re hitting the beach and hanging ten with Kathryn Bigelow’s bank robbery-slash-bromance film from 1991. Keanu Reeves stars as Johnny Utah, an ex-college football quarterback-turned-rookie FBI agent tasked with taking down a gang of thiev
This week, we’re going abroad with a bunch of bumbling burglars in Britain in Charles Chricton;s 1988 caper. Starring John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline, and Michael Palin, this comedy won big at the box office and scored multiple awards, includ
This week, we’re paying tribute to James Caan, who passed away last month at age 82, with his starring role in Michael Mann’s 1981 directorial debut. Co-starring Tuesday Weld, Willie Nelson and Robert Prosky, the film also features the big screen debu
In 2013, director Edgar Wright concluded his Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy, all co-written with Simon Pegg, produced by Nira Park, and starring Pegg and Nick Frost. Alternatively called the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, the first two films, Shaun of the
Seventy years ago, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s famed producer Arthur Freed, the force behind hits like The Wizard of Oz and Meet Me in St. Louis, released one of the most adored movie musicals of all time. Starring Gene Kelly (who co-choreograhped the film’
It’s the summer between grammar school and Junior High, you’re 12 years old. You and your 3 best friends spend these last days of summer shooting the shit and talking about such earth shattering subjects like who would win in a fight, Mighty Mouse or