The COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the lives of people across the world. This includes those in the movie industry. As an increasing number of companies ask their employees to stay home, numerous...
Charles B. Stockdale, John Harrington
Since its beginnings as a mail-order DVD rental service in 1997, Netflix has evolved into one of the leading producers of television content and has dramatically changed the entertainment industry...
Steven Peters, Evan Comen
Disney’s remake of its 1994 blockbuster “The Lion King” — scheduled for theatrical release on July 19 — is just the latest high-profile movie to be based on an earlier film. In...
Charles Stockdale, John Harrington
There are few emotions that film watchers find more irresistible on the silver screen than love. Each year, hundreds of films are released that are either about or feature a love story. Classic love...
Charles Stockdale
Action movies historically have not relied on strong acting, subtle plot development, period costumes, or memorable songs to keep their audiences engaged. Action films usually lean on a riveting...
John Harrington
Whether you’re a lover of all things comedy, drama, action, or romance, you’re bound to have a few favorite actresses. Although many actresses are often identified with one or two genres, the...
Evan Comen, Cheyenne Buckingham
Truth, it is said, is stranger than fiction — and Hollywood, it seems, has adopted the old adage. Film studios frequently turn to true life stories for movie inspiration. Filmmakers have based...
Charles Stockdale, John Harrington
When we think of where motion pictures are filmed, California and New York quickly come to mind. Scenes shot at the Golden Gate Bridge and the Empire State Building have become iconic in U.S....
Charles Stockdale, John Harrington
Audiences often go to the movies to escape the humdrum of day-to-day monotony. Yet some of the greatest movies are based on everyday life stories. While added drama may occasionally be necessary to...
Charles Stockdale, Colman Andrews
“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the movie that brought tears to her eyes...
Colman Andrews, Charles Stockdale
“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the movie that brought tears to her eyes...
Colman Andrews, Charles Stockdale
“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson back in 1961. Okay, but what do bad movies do? They make us cringe, nod off, guffaw (when we’re not supposed to), and sometimes just walk...
Colman Andrews, John Harrington, Charles Stockdale
“Sa-a-a-d movies always make me cry,” sang Sue Thompson in her 1961 hit song of (almost) the same name. In her case, as it turned out, it wasn’t really the movie that brought tears to her eyes...
Colman Andrews, Charles Stockdale
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Baidu, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Cypress Semiconductor, Enterprise Products Partners, Juniper Networks, Ocwen Financial and Pacific...
Jon C. Ogg
Investors and traders alike need to keep in mind that low-priced and small-cap stocks almost always come with more implied risks than well-established blue chips.
Jon C. Ogg