In August, Crystal from In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood and I decided to bring back the Disability In Film Blogathon, which I hosted it by myself two years ago. This year we have joined forces and we’re collaborating together for the first time.
Check out the first Disability in film blogathon entries.
The purpose of this blogathon is to pay tribute to those on-screen characters or real life film stars who have endured any form of disability, a subject that is often greeted with accolades but is very rarely explored. Because the subject can be hearkened back to our life, Crystal are proud to be hosting this blogathon, which commences today.
For those of you who are participating, please submit your entries below or send them to Crystal. Thank you. We are excited to read your posts.
The Midnight Drive-In kicks things off with a look at Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Real Weegie Midget Reviews joins us with a post on the 2016 made-for-TV film The Fundamentals of Caring.
The Stop Button presents The Story of Christy Brown in My Left Foot.
Taking Up Room covers Mr. Holland’s Opus.
Poppity Talks Classic Film chimes in with What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?
Movierob reviews Breaking the Waves.
Who Am I to Stop It offers insight into 50 First Dates.
I Found It at the Movies examines The King’s Speech.
Critica Retro looks at Lucky Star.
Here at Pop Culture Reverie, I wade into some shark-infested waters with Thoughts on “Cripping Up.”
18 Cinema Lane explores the Parallel Stories of Bucky Barnes and Matthew Rogers.
Movierob returns with a review of Passion Fish.
It Came from the Man Cave! investigates Monkey Shines.
The Wonderful World of Cinema considers Cliff Robertson in Charly.
Movierob evaluates You’re Not You.
At Pop Culture Reverie, I ponder The Sessions.
Pure Entertainment Preservation Society studies Tommy Breen’s role in The River.
Movies Meet Their Match reviews The Miracle Worker.
Cinematic Scribblings looks at Immortal Love (aka Bitter Spirits).
Here at Pop Culture Reverie, I examine The Lookout.