Magic (1978) was a Film directed by Richard Attenborough and produced by Joseph E. Levine, C.O. Erickson and Richard P. Levine.
Magic Couples of Metro-Goldwyn-MayerBy The Metzinger Sisters on Jul 11, 2020 From Silver Scenes - A Blog for Classic Film Lovers
Movies have always reflected the hopes and dreams of the public, especially in terms of romance. Since almost every movie genre - from mysteries to swashbucklers, from war to love stories - features a leading man and a woman, it is not surprising that thousands of different screen couples exist on f... Read full article
The Books of Magic (1993-2019)By Vernon Wiley on Jul 9, 2020 From The Stop Button
Books of Magic Original series and recent ?Moveable Type? trade paperback Back in 1991, DC decided to let one of their successful new writers, Neil Gaiman, fresh from his success with The Sandman, an opportunity to play in the sandbox with a bevy of their silver age B list characters, weaving t... Read full article
This Magic Moment: The ApartmentBy FlickChick on Jul 7, 2019 From A Person in the Dark
While a film may be 2 hours or more in length, there are those special moments - unforgettable moments - that linger in the heart and mind. These moments can crystallize in a flash all we need to know about a character or their story. They are the poetry of motion or a word or a look that jolts the ... Read full article
It’s Magic, Charlie Brown (1981, Phil Roman)By Andrew Wickliffe on Dec 9, 2018 From The Stop Button
It?s Magic, Charlie Brown is the dramatically inert tale of Charlie Brown (Michael Mandy) turning invisible. It takes a while for him to turn invisible, with the first half or so of the special spent on a magic show. Magic opens with Charlie Brown demanding Snoopy go to the library to better himself... Read full article
Flash Gordon’s Trip to Mars (1938, Ford Beebe and Robert F. Hill), Chapter 13: The Miracle of MagicBy Andrew Wickliffe on Sep 24, 2018 From The Stop Button
The Miracle of Magic is a funny title for the chapter since nothing really miraculous happens. There?s some anti-miracles. Maybe it refers to the curse of the Clay people getting lifted, which involves magical receptacles, but not really magic itself. It?s a strange sequence where the still suspicio... Read full article
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