The year is 2020 and many celebrities and well-known movie stars are still at a loss to discover how to make an impression on a Hollywood crowd. They watch Hollywood movies and think of how to make their own. It is only a few years later that they are being groomed and screened for the roles to play.
So it is with this time, a particular period in Hollywood and the city of stars. Here are some Hollywood experiences that have made their rounds in our childhood memories and have not quite lost their appeal in this fast moving world we live in.
One of the most popular ones is of course, Robin Williams. Most people have heard of his breakout role as Hitch from “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” TV series and many people find this funny. What is far less known is that the man himself has more than 60 million hits on YouTube. Other iconic performances include “Good Morning Vietnam”Mrs. Doubtfire”. It has been speculated that his role in “Dead Poets Society” caused his Hollywood stardom.
Another film that was a surprise to many was “Monty Python” — an iconic production which features many famous names. This is one of the few comedies that have had a long run in the long run since its premiere. That is probably due to the genius of Terry Gilliam. In addition, there were some memorable music performances by Van Morrison. The turnouts have been increasing since the first release of the film in 1981.
Dylan Keating, who played the famed Inspector Clouseau character, made headlines as he made headlines too with his talents. Dylan won multiple awards for his performance in “The Long Good Friday” which starred John Cleese. His performance led to his selection as the leading man in “An Officer and a Gentleman”. The movie managed to surpass expectations and did well.
Many great hits came out in the 1950s in Hollywood. Many movies like “Psycho”, “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”, “There’s Something About Mary”, “Grease”, “Hairspray”, “Rocky”Grease Live” have entertained audiences and stars for years. How can one forget the stars of yesteryear?
Hollywood and martial arts films have always been a hit or miss proposition. No matter how good the script is, how fantastic the special effects are, or how well put together the acting is, these movies could never do well in this competitive marketplace. The only saving grace is that many of these films have made it back into the hearts of viewers and have found their way onto the big screen in some form or fashion.
Hollywood is still a major cultural phenomenon and is still just as important and influential today as it has been throughout its many years. If one wants to experience Hollywood in a different way, why not give a shot to making the trip there?
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