Carla Gugino

May 28 2015

San Andreas

Oh, how late producer Irwin Allen would have enjoyed San Andreas. How would he have not? Allen produced some of the greatest disaster films in the 1970s, such as The Poseidon Adventure and The Towering Inferno, carving out his own niche and establishing the modern-day disaster film genre. Eventually, as all things do, quality is […]
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Oct 21 2011

The Mighty Macs

(This review was originally published on October 21, 2011 at The Rogers Revue) Tim Chambers didn’t seem concerned about much other than preserving a piece of sports history when he wrote and directed “The Mighty Macs”, a film that endured four years of adversity, three of which involved seeking distribution after its completion. Along with co-producing […]
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Oct 20 2011

Coach Cathy Rush Gives a First Hand Account of “The Mighty Macs”

(This interview was originally published on October 20, 2011 at The Rogers Revue) Cathy Rush became a basketball icon when she led Immaculata College, a small Catholic girls school near Philadelphia, to three back-to-back AIAW titles from 1972-1974, continuing to a total of six consecutive Final Four appearances by 1977. The Mighty Macs, as the […]
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