Coming off the groundbreaking achievement of Alfonso Cuaron’s multi-Oscar nominee “Gravity,” Streampix offers a selection of science fiction classics that also takes you into the future.
Editor Archive: Roy Trakin
Last Thursday’s ‘Parks and Recreation” struck a real emotional chord as the farewell for original cast member Rashida Jones’ Ann Perkins and Rob Lowe’s Chris Traeger.
Here’s a look back at 10 memorable “Parks and Recreation” episodes on Streampix featuring Ann and Chris’ on-again/off-again romance and subsequent pregnancy adventures as the show bids them farewell
With the 56th Grammys now in the record books—and the Daft Punk duo still incognito—what better way to wind down from the festivities, than some Streampix music-related flicks?
The movies have conveyed adolescent rebellion and anomie from the very beginning, but the subject began to come into its own with Nicholas Ray’s 1955 classic “Rebel Without a Cause.” Here’s a Top 10 list of Streampix’s top teenage wasteland flicks.
To celebrate this year’s Oscars, with the winners to be determined at the 86th Academy Awards telecast, March 2 on ABC, here’s a curated selection of Streampix movies that feature selected nominees.
One of the fun things about exploring Streampix is catching movies with future stars, those who will go on to bigger and more prominent roles. Here’s 10 films where Hollywood icons made some of their earliest appearances.
Returning after a month’s respite—the better to take a break from the fever pitch hostilities between the warring firms of Lockhart-Gardner and Florrick-Agos—“The
Good Wife” continues as network TV’s best series, with new episodes available on CBS and seasons 1-4 on Streampix.
Hollywood made its name on the great westerns directed by the likes of John Ford, Howard Hawks, Anthony Mann, Monte Hellman, John Sturges, Raoul Walsh, Nicholas Ray, Budd Boetticher and Sam Peckinpah. This month, Streampix celebrates one of filmdom’s most enduring genres with a curated selection that spotlights some of the best “horse operas” on the site.
“Parks and Recreation” premiered on NBC’s Thursday night schedule April 9, 2009, from the producers (Greg Daniels and Michael Schur) who co-created the U.S. version of “The Office,” in the same mockumentary style, with “Saturday Night Live” alum Amy Poehler playing Leslie Knope, the well-meaning midlevel bureaucrat in the parks
department of the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana.