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
Reviews of "The Phantom of the Open," "Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes" and "Elvis," as well as a podcast preview, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network
Every so often, innovators come along in various fields of endeavor who shake things up and create something unique and inventive, revolutionary conceptions that set their particular milieus of expression on their ear. These creations set new standards for others to emulate or adapt, sometimes even birthing entirely distinct genres different from others that preceded them.
Join yours truly and guest host Ishita Sharma for a second helping of June movie reviews on the next edition of Frankiesense & More!
It seems like just about everybody is willing to cheer for a lovable loser. We know that these challenged individuals don’t stand a chance of coming out on top in their respective pursuits, but we pull for them anyway, hoping that their efforts will at least pay off in a modicum of respectability. At the very least, we admire them for their gumption, their willingness to try, even in the face of heavily stacked odds.
Join yours truly and Special Guest Host Ishita Sharma on the first of two June movie broadcasts on The Good Media Network's Frankiesense & More video podcast, available now on Facebook and YouTube.
Reviews of "The Duke" and "The Whaler Boy," along with a podcast preview, 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 May 24
Have you ever considered taking a leap of faith to achieve a cherished goal? It takes courage. It takes conviction. And it takes a reasoned appraisal of our chances of success. But, no matter how thoroughly we examine the circumstances, there’s still a bit of a gamble involved
When we’re past what we think of as the top of our game, we may grow despondent, disillusioned and withdrawn, perhaps believing that we’ll never get back what we’ve lost. It can be a frustrating and depressing time, one that leaves us sorely wanting. Can the redemption we seek be attained, or is it really too late?