Each decade, one and sometimes a handful of films is embraced by and-or define and seem to symbolize a generation of high school and college-age youth.
In the 1950s, of course, it was "Rebel Without A Cause" (1955).
The 1960's brings "The Graduate" (1967) to mind.
In the 1970s, there was "American Graffiti" (1973), "Saturday Night Fever" (1977), "Grease" (1978) and "Animal House" (1978).
Salisbury Township appears to be migrating toward being designated as a "Bird Town."
The program, administered by the Pennsylvania Audubon Society, encourages habitat maintenance and property owners' efforts to encourage the habitation of natural bird species.
The Salisbury Township Environmental Advisory Council heard a presentation about the program at its October monthly meeting.
"Argo, an action-thriller that boasts impressive acting and directing, is based on a true spy story, "The Canadian Caper."
"Argo," directed by and starring Ben Affleck, tells the story about the United States Central Intelligence Agency bankrolling a fictitious Hollywood movie production to rescue Americans from Iran during the 1979 - '81 hostage crisis when Islamic student militants stormed and took over the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran.
CIA agent Tony Mendez (Affleck) poses as a Canadian movie producer to scout locations for "Argo," a science-fiction movie.
Some residents of Waldheim Park are reacting negatively to Salisbury Township's rezoning of the privately-owned religious community.
The rezoning is contained in the township Comprehensive Plan update, approved unanimously 5-0 by the township Board of Commissioners Sept. 27, as recommended by the township Planning Commission.
Waldheim Park has been rezoned from R-4 to R-5.
The R-5 designation allows manufactured homes.
Liam Neeson out-Bonds James Bond in "Taken 2."
You don't have to have seen "Taken" (2008). Here, Neeson, reprising his role a CIA spy operative Bryan Mills, must rescue his wife, Lenore (Famke Janssen), and prevent his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace), from being taken hostage by Eastern European terrorists intent on revenging their losses depicted in the first movie. At the center of the terrorist group is a father whose son, a kidnapper, was killed by Mills.
"The Master" is one of those films that audiences and reviewers either love or hate.
Since I try not be a "hater," put me in the category of "strongly dislike" regarding "The Master."
My opinion has to do with "The Master" writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson ("Punch-Drunk Love," "Magnolia," "Boogie Nights"), whose films are fascinating and confounding mish-mashes of big ideas, intriguing characters and performances connected by often incoherent storylines and punctuated by shock-value scenes.
"The Pan Show" is the Lehigh Valley's most wildly-imaginative original musical of the year.
It's also "Panda"-monium.
Yes," it's a "Pan"-demic of laughter with Touchstone Theatre's "The Pan Show: In Pan We Trust."
Forget about the trouble with the chair.
There's no trouble with Clint Eastwood in "Trouble with the Curve."
Eastwood is as delightfully cantankerous as ever as an elderly baseball scout named Gus who still pours over stacks of newspapers rather than log onto the computerized "Moneyball" statistical analysis approach to assess high school, college and other Major League Baseball prospects.
Apparently satisfied zoning will not change for undeveloped Salisbury Township School District land along Emmaus Avenue, the Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners voted unanimously, 5-0, to approve a resolution to adopt the final draft of the township comprehensive plan.
"Lawless" is a brutal drama based on a true story said to have taken place during the Great Depression in 1931 in Franklin County, Va.
With the advent of Prohibition in 1920, following passage of the Volstead Act as the 18th Ammendment in 1919, the making and drinking of alcoholic beverages was banned in the United States.