Showing posts from May, 2023

Brooke Report

Brooke Shields is turning 58 next week!?! How is that possible? A renowned actress and model who has graced both the silver screen and fashion runways, Shields is known for her striking beauty. In addition to her remarkable career, Brooke is also celebrated for her witty and memorable quotes. One of her most famous lines is, "Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life."  Beyond her achievements however, especially during mental health awareness month, we thought it important to share how Brooke Shields has also been open about her personal struggle with depression. In her documentary Pretty Baby, she courageously delves into her experiences, shedding light on the challenges she faced. Despite her glamorous exterior, Shields has revealed the depth of her emotional turmoil, stating, "When you're in the middle of a battle with depression, you have to find the strength to fight your way out, even when it feels impossible."

Still and Always Michael J. Fox

It's hard not to admire  Michael J. Fox known for his iconic roles in "Back to the Future" and the TV series "Family Ties." Also well known for his battle with and embrace of Parkinson's, he relentlessly shines and has been quoted as saying it has been a "gift." Fox is a prominent advocate for research and awareness of the disease and continues to work in the entertainment industry making a positive impact on the lives of others through his foundation and his art. With his most recent star turn in documentary "Still," about his life, Fox is as feisty as ever saying,  “I’ve got shit going on. I’m a tough son of a bitch.”  Indeed he  hasn't lost his spark getting feisty on talk shows and commenting on career choices like passing on "Ghost," a choice that has him refer to himself as a "fucking idiot." Well, one movie he did not pass on was  High School USA  from 1983. In fact, an entertainment news magazine of some re


"Your Mother Wears Combat Boots" starring Barbara Eden and Hector Elizondo Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there! And to those in combat - thank you for your service. This Mother's Day,  TheArchive  is celebrating some maternal movie magic with a collection of binge-worthy mother-of-all-movies that will have you glued to your screen all day! So who needs brunch? Slip into your athleisure and go no further than  TheArchive  to enjoy some quality time with our favorite leading ladies.  Let's kick it off with America's favorite 80's southern belle Rue McClanahan? And in a trilogy no less: How's that for a Rue McClanahanathon? There's definitely more motherly love from where that came from.  Check out how many of America's moms we have ready for you to check in with...Elvira, Roseanne, Angela Bassett, Jane Curtin, Olympia Dukakis, Elizabeth Montgomery, Roma Downey, Barbara Eden, Joanna Kerns, Katey Sagal, Julie Andrews, Cheryl Ladd, Ann-Marg

TheArchive and our Galaxy of Misfits

May the 4th is over! Now it's time to get ready for yet another Galaxy of stars!  Before you race out this Cinco De Mayo to see the last installment of misfits in space, we have our own assortment of star lords, outsiders, and oddballs to get you ready for Guardians of the Galaxy. TheArchive  features a few Groot-worthy gems below that may just feature a whole planet of outlaws you've yet to meet. Starhyke In the year 3034: humans have become a race of emotionless drones bent on destroying all other species in the galaxy. The Earth's Mightiest Ship, The Dreadnaught Nemesis, embarks on a mission to destroy their latest enemy: The Reptids, an alien race who plan to travel back in time to the 21st century and use a weapon that will enhance human emotions, hoping to change mankind’s destructive tendencies. The Stream In the summer of 1981, a tragedy of epic proportions sends five friends on an epic adventure. All they have to do is follow the stream to their destination and bac