Category Archives: Tears & Popcorn
Eddie Gee is a friend of mine from New York City. Actually, we met at the University of Florida. But we really didn’t become friends until we were both going to school at NYU. Eddie Gee was there for law … finish reading Hold It In. Hall Pass Denied.
A lefty who was made to be righty, the 2nd son of a king and younger brother of the 1st born prince who reveled in privilege but ran from responsibility. This is the story of a stuttering, stammering prince who … finish reading The King’s Speech
Writing this on Martin Luther King Day, having just left Phoenix, Arizona, where there was an assassination attempt on Gabby Giffords. At this point in American History, the west ain’t wild. Sorry, Kemo Sabe, but parking lots of grocery stores … finish reading True Grit. Dead Heroes.
Meeting with a screenwriting guru on December 11th in Los Angeles. His name is Syd Field. He’s a master storyteller in Hollywood. I’m looking to take my game up a notch when it comes to writing by deconstructing Plot, pulling … finish reading “Inside Job” by Charles Ferguson
George Clooney represents “America The Beautiful.” He’s a man who gets better with every year. He’s an actor who gets better with every movie. He’s America’s greatest export. In the world, America has 2 major exports: entertainment and weapons. In … finish reading Like All Americans, This American Loves Clooney…and Tits!