What’s Lisa Iannucci watching? That classic crime family in “The Godfather” trilogy and an Edward Burns movie called “Nice Guy Johnny.”
Retro Lisa continues her debt-free journey with Lifetime’s Drop Dead Diva and Clint Eastwood’s Escape from Alcatraz.
Retro Lisa took a trip back to 2007 and and re-visited Freedom Writers, which she calls one of the best inspirational movies she’s ever seen.
Lisa Iannucci debuts her new column, Retro Lisa, in which she reviews movies and TV shows found on Netflix and Hulu. First up: The British show titled The Book Group.
Lisa Iannucci explores whether there’s anything new in How to Live Forever, a documentary about youth, aging and longevity.
Got a favorite Cheers episode? Tough to choose only nine, but fans did just that. Lisa Iannucci reviews Fan Favorites: The Best of Cheers, new on DVD.
Meryl Streep shines as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady, now on DVD and blu-ray. Lisa Iannucci reveals why the film is both a love story and a slice of political history.