Reviews of "Brighton 4th," "The Jump" and "The Gravedigger's Wife," as well as a film festival wrap-up, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network,
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
Getting the truth into circulation when the deck is stacked against you is quite a challenge. In an age when corporate media have come to dominate the journalism landscape, it’s difficult to make inroads for organizations that don’t have ample resources or that don’t fit the expected mold. But, with determination, confidence and a staunch desire to succeed at delivering the truth, it may be possible to achieve a significant breakthrough
Join new guest host Ishita Sharma and yours truly for a double dose of movie review shows on The Good Media Network's Frankiesense & More video podcast in March!
In this second installment of my wrap-up for the best – and worst – of 2021, I specifically look at documentary releases. And, considering how lame 2021 was for new film offerings, all I can say is thank goodness for this movie genre, as it was far and away the cinematic saving grace of the year.
Reviews of "The Worst Person in the World," "The Tragedy of Macbeth" and "Skál," as well as previews of a podcast and a 2021 Top 10 movie list, are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network, available by clicking here.
Where would we be without personal freedom? The prospect is rather daunting, especially once we consider what we’d lose. Its absence can prove particularly detrimental during certain times in our lives, such as adolescence and young adulthood, when we’re just beginning to grasp the possibilities that the world can offer us.
With the arrival of the holidays, it’s time to get ready for a Christmas stocking chock full of new movies, both in theaters and online. So what are the best selections in Santa’s big bag of cinema? Find out on a special holiday edition of The Good Media Network’s Frankiesense & More video podcast
It’s been said that life is too short to spend it doing things we dislike, something that many of us can probably attest to. The thought of living out our days engaged in what gives us pleasure is one that far too many people speculate about but never see through. But it is possible if we put our hearts and minds to it...
A review of "The Capote Tapes," a podcast preview and a wrap-up of three film festivals are all in the latest Movies with Meaning post on the web site of The Good Media Network,