tom selleck

Video Essay: “And Introducing… Famous Faces in Their Film Debuts”

This week’s must-see DVD for film fans is Corman’s World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, Alex Stapleton’s wickedly enjoyable documentary profile of Roger Corman, the B-movie master whose exploitation movies launched half the moviemakers and movie stars of the ’70s. One of the film’s highlights is Jack Nicholson’s remembrances of his first movie roles, including his debut performance in The Little Shop of Horrors (which Corman shot in all of two days). Nicholson’s story got us thinking about other stars and their first movie roles, so we put together this quick video essay with a peek at some other famous film debuts. Check out our latest video essay after the jump. … Read More

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Classic Movie Scenes Meet Tom Selleck’s Mustache

While we can’t really say whether or not the world be a better place if everyone had Tom Selleck’s lustrous mustache, we are convinced it would be a much funnier one. Our proof: this hilariously silly supercut by YouTube user Buchan39, a man who believes “that the greatest and most iconic contribution to cinema is Tom Selleck’s mustache.” Click through to check out the mustachioed versions of films that range from Terminator 2: Judgement Day to Toy Story — all set to the Magnum P.I. theme song, of course — and let us know in the comments if you agree with his assessment. … Read More

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