Forgotten Friday Flick - 'What's Up, Doc?'
With Hangover helmer Todd Phillips producing the party comedy "Project X" that hits screens today, it seemed right to go back to a past flick that guarantees its own gut-busting belly laughs...welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick! We go way back to 1972 to one of my favorite comedies of all time. A ...
Europa (consort of Zeus)
The Rape of Europa - Fascinating documentary on the Nazi looting of many of the great works of art throughout Europe during WWII. May have been one of the key motivating factors to Hitler's drive to conquer Europe and built the world's greatest art museum in his hometown and prove that he was a true patron of the arts and an artist himself.
The West Wing
The West Wing provides a glimpse into presidential politics in the nation's capital as it tells the stories of the members of a fictional presidential administration. These interesting characters have humor and dedication that touches the heart while the politics that they discuss touch on everyday life. The first six
A Real-Life Fairy Tale, Long in the Making and Set to Old Tunes
Searching for Sugar Man > An unbelievable movie about an unbelievable man. It is the most amazing story I can recall. One that you can not believe is actually possible. I kept asking myself, "How could this happen?" But it did. You have to see this film to understand the fullness of Rodriquez's fame in South Africa across generations and his impact on the social conscience of that country during Apartheid. Wow what a story. What a man.
This weekend I got the chance to FINALLY watch 'The Help'. A film I have been dying to watch for a looooong time after seeing so many great reviews about it and seeing one of the ladies win a golden globe for her performance! And I must say I enjoyed everything about the film it was heart-warming, funny and interesting the whole way through! For those who haven't heard of this film or don't know what it is about, This film is set in Civil Rights era America in the early 1960's. It follows a…
An economics professor finds a young couple, victims of a real-estate scam, living in his New York apartment. He lets them stay. The film's a touching story of a budding friendship laced with biting commentary on U.S. immigration policies.