This month, Streampix spotlights a half-dozen of Kevin Costner’s most characteristic performances, including “Field of Dreams,” “J.F.K.,” “Tin Cup,” “Wyatt Earp,” “Message in a Bottle” and “For the Love of the Game.”
Streampix enters the arena with its Top 10 best sports films.
With President’s Day arriving—that celebration of the birthdays of founding father George Washington and Abraham Lincoln—Streampix has a selection of movies to satisfy every political persuasion.
What better way to honor our soldiers past and present than immersing ourselves in some Streampix feature films and documentaries, offering us the thrill of combat from the safety of our living room couches.
Two dramatic films set against turbulent real-life backdrops make for provocative viewing this month. Both of these movies draw on the best source of material any filmmaker could call upon: the drama of real life.
In the season premiere of “Castle,” Castle (Nathan Fillion) was contacted by a mysterious man involved with the conspiracy that killed Beckett’s mother. He warned Castle that if he did not persuade Beckett (Stana Katic) to stop investigating the murder, she would be killed.
If you saw Oliver Stone’s 2004 film “Alexander,” forget about it. Same with his later director’s cut. For the third time, the director has re-edited the biopicture of one of history’s greatest military leaders and added 45 minutes of footage not in the original version – and he’s finally got the film where he wants […]
It’s not often you hear a late night host drop an f-bomb on one of his guests, but David Letterman does have a reputation for being rude to his guests from time to time. But even Dave rarely goes so far as to say to a guest “Why don’t you go f–k yourself?” On last […]
FX has carved out a niche as the cable network for shows about immoral protagonists. Building on the cable drama convention of the lawless anti-hero with a few redeeming qualities that began with HBO’s ‘The Sopranos,’ the network gave us shows about womanizing plastic surgeons (‘Nip/Tuck’), a cop who breaks the law (‘The Shield‘), an […]
By MICHAEL CASEY BANGKOK — Adolf Hitler was a psychopath and a monster but rose to power thanks to big business leaders and other supporters who appreciated his vow to destroy communism and control workers, Hollywood filmmaker Oliver Stone said Monday. Stone, who is working on a 10-part documentary on the 20th century titled ‘The […]