On Movies: Goldblum settles in at 'The Grand Budapest Hotel'
The beard. The mustache. The thick-rimmed glasses. There's something about Jeff Goldblum's look in The Grand Budapest Hotel , opening here March 21, that says Sigmund Freud , that says Luigi Pirandello .
Eat At Goldblum's, Where Everything Is All Jeff Goldblum, All The Time
You know and love actor Jeff Goldblum from such classics as "Jurassic Park," "Independence Day" and "The Fly," as well as Wes Anderson's highly anticipated " The Grand Budapest Hotel ," but you haven't experienced total Goldblum fandom until you've dined at Goldblum's.
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Jeff Goldblum on how to be like Jeff Goldblum
In another round of the endless Internet war between pretension and ironic nihilism, Facebook users in mid-February launched Occupy Jeff Goldblum, which entailed filling their feeds with photos and videos of the cult favourite 60-year-old actor.
Willem Dafoe & Jeff Goldblum Share Their Most Quoted Roles
Not only has he defined an entire cinematic aesthetic, but Wes Anderson has nurtured a familiar ensemble that includes some of the best actors, well, ever.
@pbleyer, Dan Aykroyd as an engineer--Sounds like a hidden gem....
Hmmm... So you list the remake of "The Fly" but forget to mention "Into the Night" , also starred by Goldblum where he is an electronic engineer? There is even a scene where "Ed" - the character played by Goldblum - is sitting in a room with other engineers where they are discussing the schematic of a circuit projected on the wall, integrated ... (more)
What makes a good horror movie remake
As a horror fan, and an overall fan of film in general, the one word I hear that generally brings me nausea is " remake ."