Our buddy Ruth Maramis over at Flixchatter has a blog-a-thon going on right now, focusing on smaller roles with big impact.
“The idea of this blog-a-thon is to… Shine a spotlight on the ‘unsung heroes’ if you will, the overlooked performers who add so much richness & entertainment value to the film no matter how brief their appearance is, but yet they don’t get the credit they so deserve.”
Took me awhile to latch on to one to write-up, especially seeing as my first choice was taken (Damn you, Cap! :D ), but I found a good one, I believe, with Hal Holbrook in “All the President’s Men”. It’s a small, but pivotal role in one of the greatest movies ever. The true story of how two Washington Post reporters exposed corruption in the Nixon White House and toppled an American President. The role of “Deep Throat”, though small, gives the film at least 50% of its intensity…
Click through to read more!
The Big Kahuna.
Seriously, just to be mentioned in this category is kind of mind blowing.
The title is self-explanatory, this is the big cheese right here. To be nominated in the same company as these blogs in my first year is an overwhelming honor. They are: Flixchatter, The Droid You’re Looking For, Anomalous Material, Man, I Love Films, The Matinee and Cinematic Paradox.
Click through to read more about them and learn about the candidates for the LAMB’S most prestigious award.
Thank GOD it’s Friday, I’m telling you… for real.
Fridays bring great blog recommendations here, and this Friday we have a really awesome one. Flixchatter.net, the blog of movie musings run by our buddy Ruth Maramis!
Flixchatter is a new review/classic review/movie discussion blog after my own heart. There’s an eclectic mix of content, a high level of community involvement, and a very personal touch (as evidenced by this post about her 9th anniversary – Happy Anniversary Ruth!)
Read on to hear more about why checking out Flixchatter is worth your time!