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Last night I watched Season 4 of the Showtime series, The Tudors. In a show-stopper scene, Henry VIII (played exquisitely by Jonathan Rhys Meyers) blasts the English Parliament for their hateful conduct of his subjects toward one another over religious beliefs. (Remember back to high school world history: At this time England was divided over […]
[This is Part 1 of a 2-part series.] The FW movie grade: A+. Temple Grandin is the best movie I’ve seen on TV in years. The reason it’s such an excellent movie (besides the acting, writing, directing, and cinematography) is the subject matter: Temple Grandin herself. What an extraordinary life. What a unique […]
There can’t possibly be a more emotionally compelling film produced this year than The Tillman Story—because not only is it inspirational, gut wrenching, humorous, tragic, suspenseful, lovely, and infuriating, IT’S TRUE. The film by director Amir Bar-Lev covers the amazing life of Pat Tillman: from the hometown boy growing up in New Almaden, California—to his college football […]
The EPL Effect – Part 1 Yesterday the much-anticipated movie Eat Pray Love the Movie opened. I attended the first showing (around noon) at the 41st Avenue Cinema in Capitola, CA. If the size of that audience is any indication of the potential box office for this movie, it’s going to be a big success. […]