Join yours truly, Good Media Network Movie Correspondent, and podcast show host Frankie Picasso for five new movie reviews on the next Movies with Meaning edition of the Frankiesense & More video podcast!
Reviews of "McEnroe," "The Good Boss" and "Olga," along with three film festival previews and first look at a podcast, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network
Many of us face times when we’re presented with seemingly impossible decisions. The choices open to us may appear fundamentally unpleasant across the board, or they may give us options that have both upsides and downsides that might tend to cancel one another out. These conditions can make it difficult for us to know what to do, potentially leaving us locked in a state of stalemate. However, that need not be the case if we can hold on to our awareness of our innate power of choice.
Tune in for the latest Cinema Scribe segment on Bring Me 2 Life Radio, beginning Tuesday September 27
Nobody wants to look bad. So we frequently go to great lengths when it comes to making a good impression, and there’s nothing wrong with that. But what happens when we start crossing lines that, in an attempt to preserve our image, begin negatively affecting others?
When we think about sports, we usually tend to consider the game in question and the competition involved. Yet rarely do we think about the participants engaged in such contests – the individuals who are taking part and what drives them to compete. Considering the dynamics of these scenarios, there are often powerful motivations at work, mindsets reflective of the drives, aims and goals of the competitors
Reviews of "Breaking," "Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul." and "Costa Brava, Lebanon" are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network
Tune in for the latest Cinema Scribe segment on Bring Me 2 Life Radio, beginning Tuesday September 13.
Staying engaged with the pulse of life is arguably the best way to get the most out of our existence. However, there are times when the pressures of everyday living can wear on us, making us feel as though we have to get away, especially if we believe that it’s placing our health, sanity and well-being in jeopardy. Retreating from such conditions can be rejuvenating and put us on a happier and more fulfilling path. But such isolation also has the potential to become a trap
Sometimes, no matter how sincere we may appear in taking on a cherished task, we might easily come across looking like buffoons – and not even realize it. Yet somehow we saunter on, striving to reach our goals, despite the obstacles and the odds being innately stacked against us. So what will become of such fool’s pursuits?