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Free Guy

To understand the concept of “Free Guy,” one must first understand the term non-player character, or NPC for short. These are what in movie terms would be called extras, or background characters. They’re not an integral part of the story…

Space Jam: A New Legacy

“Space Jam: A New Legacy” hits me in one of my soft spots. Granted there aren’t many, but they are there, and positive, affirming movies about fathers and sons are one of them. The icing on the cake is that the father is basketball superstar LeBron James…

A Night At The Opera

For a silly, 96-minute Marx brothers movie, the story is fairly sophisticated. Groucho plays a quick-witted conniver named Otis B. Driftwood who’s latched on to wealthy widow Mrs. Claypool (Margaret Dumont). They’re in Milan…

Cruella

It’s the battle of the Emmas in Disney’s latest live action character study based on a previous animated work. “Cruella” is the story of villainous fashion designer Cruella De Vil, first seen in 1961’s “One Hundred and One Dalmatians,” then again in…

Black Widow

I’ll start off by addressing the elephant in the room: Why make a “Black Widow” movie now, given her fate in “Avengers: End Game?” My take is that nothing lasts forever, everyone dies, and on a long enough timeline all things come to an end.

State Of The Union

I can’t help but be a little depressed by “State of the Union.” It’s not because the movie is depressing. If anything, it’s inspirational and affirmational of the goodness and decency of humanity in the way one would expect from director Frank Capra…

Bugsy Malone

It’s quite possibly the most extreme of all cinematic rarities to have the words “mob gangs” and “family film” in a movie’s description, but here we are. “Bugsy Malone” is a G-rated 1976 family film about two rival mob gangs in 1920s New York City battling for control.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Nothing hits closer to home than literally having the action of a movie take place in your hometown. While major cities like Chicago, New York, L.A., Miami, and London are used to such a thing, the same cannot be said for the place I grew up: Brookfield, CT. Our previous cinematic claim to fame was…

Bringing Up Baby

History is the final judge in all things. Upon its initial release in 1938, “Bringing Up Baby” was not well regarded. I clearly remember watching it for the first time around two decades ago on TCM in part because of the introduction by host Robert Osborne, who noted…

Monthly Special Presentations

Watch special Hudak On Hollywood Zoom presentations on classic films easily from the comfort of your home. Relive great movie moments and go behind-the-scenes of classic Hollywood!

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Hudak On Hollywood presentations cover film, Broadway, and music. Great for country clubs and retirement communities, these presentations take old favorites and make them new again. Click below to learn more.