Rob Reiner’s picturization of William Goldman’s delightful 1973 novel (screenplay also penned by Goldman) remains as fresh and fun as it was twenty years ago. Populated with quirky characters portrayed by quirky actors and sunsets right out of a Maxfield Parrish lithograph, this film truly has “something for everyone.” Inconceivable!! IMDb entry
While not his first American film, Shadow of a Doubt is arguably Hitchcock’s first “American” film—his first look at the darkness that lies just beneath the surface of an All-American city. And he begins populating his background with some of his wonderful eccentrics, in this case being Hume Cronyn and Henry Travers and their endless discussions about how to perfectly murder each other. And “Our Town”? Thornton Wilder both contributed to the screenplay as well as getting a sp
Our first attempt at a call-in show was wildly successful, at least as far as we were concerned! Thanks so much to all who called, especially those who were not able to get on the show! We are now planning to do more of these and some other outlets to let our friends be heard!!
One of the most reverential and human films about the subject of religion, Robert Duvall’s The Apostle has rightfully earned its place on the List of Perfect Movies. This is a film about real people, told by an actor with a keen eye. A film that can be enjoyed equally by the religious as well as the secular. IMDb entry