In this remake the neighborhood’s grumpiest man, bent on joining his dead wife, is brought to new life thanks to a kind woman he befriends.
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I know 12th Night means that Christmas is over, but I can’t wait until next year to tell you about a version of Longfellow’s carol on YouTube. You who have read my review of the film about the writing of this glorious carol I Heard the Bells and saw the film will especially enjoy this …
The murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in MS in 1955 sparks outrage leading to the C-R Movement, thanks to his determined mother Mamie.
The madness of war & the deaths it brings to innocent civilians are depicted in the 5 segments of this film set in Russia & Ukraine in 4 different wars.
Though Amsterdam is a romantic comedy-thriller set in the 30s, it deals with racism & fascism, making it very relevant to today’s fascists movement.
This is part of a series of books that have been influential in my life, going back to grade and high school and on to the present. It would be nice if these posts started a dialogue–what books influenced you, the reader, and why or how? I was a senior in high school when …
In this true refugee story a son’s dream of becoming a doctor conflicts with his father’s need for him to join in his chocolate business because only the son can speak English.
My Visual Parable review of the new documentary on Leonard Cohen documentary Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song sent me on my own little journey into YouTube to listen to more of the great poet/composer’s songs. This is because I realize that I had heard just a hand full, and except for “Hallelujah,” had …
Eiffel is a romanticized story of the engineer who built the iconic tower in Paris, as well as the framework for the Statue of Liberty.