Spotlight – The Case for The Opposite of Clickbait

It spoils nothing to say that the last word uttered in the film is the title, representing the name of the investigative reporter team at the Boston Globe. In steady, methodical and ... Continue Reading →

The Wrecking Crew

We are in the middle of an embarrassment of riches when it comes to music documentaries. In the fine tradition of shining the spotlight on the unsung heroes of the music business (think ... Continue Reading →

Art and Code Breaking: Mr. Turner and The Imitation Game

As the year races to an end, the theatres are piling up with a trio of brilliant British biopics. After Stephen Hawking, I wonder who is better known, Alan Turing or JMW Turner? Regardless, ... Continue Reading →

Son of God a blessing for Roma Downey and Mark Burnett

  Irish actress Roma Downey, who played the tender-hearted angel Monica in the hit TV series Touched By An Angel, can now be seen playing Mary the mother of Jesus in the film ... Continue Reading →

The Wizard of Oz: 3D Reissue

This 1939 classic is a landmark for dozens of reasons. I wanted to see if I could get our next generation to embrace the film, so my wife and I rustled up our daughters  on a weekend ... Continue Reading →

Lincoln relevent today with Steven Spielberg movie and NatGeo Channel

Steven Spielberg’s accomplishments as a filmmaker have made him an icon in the entertainment industry. And now the Academy Award winning director-producer adds Lincoln to his ... Continue Reading →

Oscar-worthy Argo a thrilling film about a CIA scam

Argo is a real movie about a fake movie created by a CIA scam. And I was in on it. I didn’t know about the ruse, but I wrote a story about the fake movie Argo and helped the ... Continue Reading →
03.01.Gantz

“Gantz” a Japanese horror action landed on Hollywood

“Gantz” a Japanese horror action landed on Hollywood Excitement rose as 4:30 neared at Mann’s Chinese yesterday evening. There was Kazunari Ninomiya surrounded by ... Continue Reading →