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Ron Howard to helm Robert Ludlum adaptation. But what about Stretch Armstrong?

Posted on 30 July 2009 by HansKlopek

Hans here with more news about everyone’s favorite childstar turned paint-by-numbers director with clout, Ron Howard. Continue Reading

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Ron Howard to direct Stretch Armstrong movie? But…why?

Posted on 14 June 2009 by Quaid

So you’re an Oscar winner.  You’ve also directed two (crappy) franchise movies that have grossed billions worldwide.  What’s your next move?  Turning a long forgotten Hasbro toy into a cheesy family film, of course! Continue Reading

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Angels & Demons & Bears! Oh my!

Posted on 15 May 2009 by ShepRamsey

Oh dear. I believe I’ve misled you. There are no bears in this movie. If that’s a deal-breaker for you, I understand, and it’s okay if you wish to stop reading now and track down a movie that does have bears. Because odds are it’s better than this, anyway. Continue Reading

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Good, Evil, or just plain Bad: Predicting the quality of Angels & Demons.

Posted on 12 May 2009 by Quaid

Let’s see a show of hands. Who liked the DaVinci code?

Hmmm. That’s about what I thought. Continue Reading

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Ron Howard wants to show you some “Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft!!”

Posted on 26 March 2009 by Quaid

Universal has bought the rights to Image Comics upcoming graphic novel “The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft,” citing that the horror property would fit in well with their tradition of creating classic movie horror monsters.   Continue Reading

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Most Overrated Film of 2008: Frost/Nixon

Posted on 10 February 2009 by Quaid

I like Ron Howard.  I really do.  Especially when he makes movies like Apollo 13.  There was only one way to nail that movie, and Howard got it.

I enjoyed Ransom and Backdraft, as well.  But when Ron Howard makes movies like The Grinch and The DaVinci Code, that’s when I take issue. Continue Reading

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