The Expendables 3 is once again about as expendable and disposable as movies get.
Since its premiere as a movie in 1976, Rocky has been an icon of the American working-class hero.
Chris Stigall talked to Andy Karl, the star of the Broadway production of “Rocky,” Wednesday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
For those plagued by the hypothetical pugilistic question, “Who would win in a bout between Rocky and Raging Bull?,” Grudge Match might at least hint at an answer.
This silly but diverting movie is fun.
Chris covers the latest round of negotiations to end the government shutdown, the special Senate election in New Jersey between Cory Booker and Steve Lonegan and polling about how politically divided Americans are. He talks to Author Ann Coulter and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
Tommy Morrison, the former heavyweight champion who stood toe-to-toe with Lennox Lewis and George Foreman and later tested positive for HIV, died Monday. He was 44.
Simon Whitehouse started his run at Central Park in New York on Saturday morning. He finished on Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia with a run up the steps of the Art Museum.
On another cold, slow weekend at multiplexes, ‘Warm Bodies’ was the hottest ticket.
It’s the kind of brutally violent actioner sporting a sky-high body count and an obnoxious nonchalance about life and death that enrages folks critical of the media’s part in real-world violent tragedies.
Look for these mainstream titles to open on theatre screens during the first few months of 2013.
Philadelphia isn’t just America’s fifth largest city, it’s also iconic and full of history, which is perfect grist for filmmakers and film buffs alike.
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
Is “Zookeeper” a keeper? Anything but.
Kids at a South Philadelphia school spent the afternoon today having fun and raising money with a “Rocky run.”