My movie buddy went to see "Gone Girl" with her book club, so I recruited a professor friend of mine to see "The Liberator" with.
A new documentary chronicling the life of activist and actor George Takei is currently screening, to the delight of his many admirers.
Put seasoned actors like John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, and Marisa Tomei together in a film, and guaranteed there'll be a certain amount of movie magic.
Swiss cinema and television has a rich heritage. This motion picture plenitude was on full display at Hollywood's Harmony Gold Theater on Sept. 7.
Was I watching something with themes that applied to a swath of a generation of young people who can't bear their lives and see no hope of effecting change?
"In the South of the continent, on nine eleven nineteen seventy three, the eternal snows of the Andes bleed red rivers over Chile."
This documentary's real target market are those young impressionable people who have bought into the madness of Washington's endless imperial misadventures.
The situation is kind of grim, and so is the program. On the light side, there's a dog.
The first review I read said that "Tyrant" was overly cruel and sadistic. Isn't the justification for adult programs that go beyond normal bounds that all the mayhem is necessary to tell the story?
Buddy, The Buddy Holly Story is a highly entertaining musical about the meteoric rise - and, alas, fall -- of the 1950s rock 'n' roll icon.