Category Archives: Tears & Popcorn
It’s not an accident. There are no accidents. President David Palmer narrates “The World According to Dick Cheney.” In case you’ve forgotten, President David Palmer is the make believe president played by Dennis Haysbert, in the American television series “24,” … finish reading The World According To Dick Cheney
Django reclaimed the western. We finally got a hero besides Clint Eastwood. Don’t get me wrong; Unforgiven will always be the trademark of Clint Eastwood, but more for the chair than the movie. The best part of Les Miserables is … finish reading Oscar Matters. Oscars Matters A Lot.
I believe in the God of Les Miserables, an operatic device used to push Jean Valjean away from living as a thief and re-creating himself as a man dedicated to giving back to others less fortunate than himself. I believe … finish reading 24601
Django is the perfect mirror of what we’ve been going through, as a nation, over the past 4-years, with Birthers slinging a subtext of racism at President Obama and violent school shootings being treated like video games, except our children … finish reading America Unchained
In Flight, Denzel Washington turns a plane upside down. In Lincoln, Daniel Day Lewis makes everyone aware he’s a “method actor,” so we can appreciate everything Lincoln did by turning The Union upside down to end slavery. In Silver Linings … finish reading Flight, Lincoln & Silver Linings